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Tonan Ajia no kaju
Bib ID 611934
Format BookBook
Author
Iwasa, Shunkichi
 
Description Tokyo, 1973 
xvi, 525 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm. 
Series

Nettai nōgyō gijutsu sōsho ;.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 521-525.

Includes indexes.

Subjects Fruit trees -- Southeast Asia.
Other authors/contributors Nettai Nōgyō Kenkyū Sentā
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