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Handbook on the integrated crop management of green gram and chickpea for farmer field schools in central dry zone of Myanmar









FAO. 2022. Handbook for the integrated crop management of green gram and chickpea for farmer field schools in central dry zone of Myanmar. Nay Pyi Taw. 




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