Computer programs for processing forage crops agronomic data by Henry A. Fribourg

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Statementby Henry A. Fribourg.
SeriesUniversity of Tennessee. Computing Center. Technical report no. 12
LC ClassificationsSB193 .F74
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Pagination59 l.
Number of Pages59
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Open LibraryOL5395968M
LC Control Number72631847

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