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Arutyunova Ye.S., Mokhno V.S. Methodical recommendations for freesia plants cultivation on the basis of isolated ovules in vitro. – Sochi, 2009. – 21 p. – ISBN: 978-5-904533-01-4.
Besedina T.D., Tutberidze Ts.V., Dobezhina S.V. Ecological characteristics of Actinidia deliciosa species introduced in the Russian humid subtropics [Electronic resource] // Polythematic network electronic scientific journal of Kuban State Agrarian University (Scientific journal of KubGAU). – 2014. – № 100 (06). – URL: http://ej.kubagro.ru/2014/06/pdf/83.pdf. (Reference date: 01.08.2015). – eISSN: 1990-4665
Yevsyukova T.V., Shkolnaya Z.P. Daffodils (description of cultivars). – Sochi, 2003. – 100 p.
Karpun N.N., Malyarovskaya V.I. Varietal resistance of large-flowered hydrangea to the naked slugs and powdery mildew in the subtropics of Krasnodar region // Bulletin of plant protection. – 2014. – № 2. – P. 67-69. – ISSN: 1727-1320
Karpun Yu.N. Subtropical horticulture of Russia. – SPb: VVM, 2012. – 198 p. – ISBN: 978-5-9651-0696-7.
Kulyan R.V. Creation of citrus cultivars in the South of Russia / / Subtropical and ornamental horticulture. – 2007. – Vol. 40. – P. 221-231. – ISSN: 2225-3068
Leonov N. N. Methods of peach protection from curl using aqueous clay-lime mixture (ACLM) / / Complex application of chemicals in adaptive landscape agriculture: materials of the 44th intern. sci. conf. among young scientists and specialists, Moscow, 22-23 April 2010 – Moscow: Russian Research Institute of Automation named after N.L. Dukhov, 2010. – P. 178-181.
Ryndin A.V. Adaptive horticulture of the Russian humid subtropics: dis. ... of Dr.Agr.Sci. – Sochi, 2009. – 382 p.
A method of diagnosing plants needs in micronutrient nutrition: Pat. 2225691 of the Russian Federation: IPC A 01 G 7/00 / Budagovsky A.V., Budagovskaya O.N., Pritula Z.V., Belous O.G., Abilfazova Yu.S.; patentee: Russian Research Institute of Floriculture and Subtropical Crops. – № 2002108804; decl. 05.04.2002; pub. 20.03.2004. – Bull. № 8. – 1 p.
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