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Partners in production
Bib ID 1119186
Format BookBook
Author
Benzies, William
 
Description [Wellington] New Zealand Apple and Pear Marketing Board [1968] 
98 p. illus., ports. 23 cm. 
Notes

"... history of the New Zealand fruit Industry."

Subjects Apple industry -- New Zealand.  |  Pear -- Marketing.  |  Pear industry -- New Zealand.
Other authors/contributors New Zealand. Apple and Pear Marketing Board
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