Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development

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Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development. / Boelt, Birte.

Seed production in the northern light: Proceedings of the Sixth International Herbage Seed Conference. red. / Trygve S Aamlid; Lars T Havstad; Birte Boelt. Bioforsk, 2007. s. 266-269 (Bioforsk FOKUS; Nr. 12, Bind 2).

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Boelt, B 2007, Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development. i TS Aamlid, LT Havstad & B Boelt (red), Seed production in the northern light: Proceedings of the Sixth International Herbage Seed Conference. Bioforsk, Bioforsk FOKUS, nr. 12, bind 2, s. 266-269, International Herbage Seed Conference, Gjennestad, Norge, 18/06/2007.

APA

Boelt, B. (2007). Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development. I T. S. Aamlid, L. T. Havstad, & B. Boelt (red.), Seed production in the northern light: Proceedings of the Sixth International Herbage Seed Conference (s. 266-269). Bioforsk. Bioforsk FOKUS, Nr. 12, Bind. 2

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Boelt B. 2007. Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development. Aamlid TS, Havstad LT, Boelt B, red. I Seed production in the northern light: Proceedings of the Sixth International Herbage Seed Conference. Bioforsk. s. 266-269. (Bioforsk FOKUS; Nr. 12, Bind 2).

MLA

Boelt, Birte "Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development"., Aamlid, Trygve S Havstad, Lars T Boelt, Birte (red.). Seed production in the northern light: Proceedings of the Sixth International Herbage Seed Conference. Bioforsk. (Bioforsk FOKUS; Journal nr. 12, Bind 2). 2007, 266-269.

Vancouver

Boelt B. Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development. I Aamlid TS, Havstad LT, Boelt B, red., Seed production in the northern light: Proceedings of the Sixth International Herbage Seed Conference. Bioforsk. 2007. s. 266-269. (Bioforsk FOKUS; Nr. 12, Bind 2).

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Boelt, Birte. / Post-harvest treatments in smooth-stalked meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.) - effect on carbohydrates and tiller development. Seed production in the northern light: Proceedings of the Sixth International Herbage Seed Conference. red. / Trygve S Aamlid ; Lars T Havstad ; Birte Boelt. Bioforsk, 2007. s. 266-269 (Bioforsk FOKUS; Nr. 12, Bind 2).

Bibtex

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