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Illustrated Guide to the Identification of Banana Varieties in the South Pacific

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Monograph
Series: ACIAR Monograph Series Volume: 33
By: Jeff Daniells(Author)
39 pages, 17 plates with 68 colour photos; colour tables
Illustrated Guide to the Identification of Banana Varieties in the South Pacific
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Illustrated Guide to the Identification of Banana Varieties in the South Pacific records and describes the banana varieties of Tonga, Western Samoa and the Cook Islands, including those introduced during two banana projects supported by ACIAR. Infornnation on varieties found in Fiji is also included. The guide, which provides keys, descriptions, lists and colour photographs of the banana varieties, will be a valuable reference for research and extension workers in the South Pacific and elsewhere.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Monograph
Series: ACIAR Monograph Series Volume: 33
By: Jeff Daniells(Author)
39 pages, 17 plates with 68 colour photos; colour tables
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