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Effect of aluminium on bananas (Musa spp.) cultivated in acid solutions. IIWater and nutrient uptake

Bibliographic reference Rufyikiri, Gervais ; Nootens, D. ; Dufey, Joseph ; Delvaux, Bruno. Effect of aluminium on bananas (Musa spp.) cultivated in acid solutions. IIWater and nutrient uptake. In: Fruits, Vol. 56, no. 1, p. 5-16 (2001)
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