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RvP varieties: the result of many decades of experience and of updated knowledge

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Creating good varieties of allogamous seed-born plants is a curious activity. Initially continuous and sequential cycles of selection and recombination are involved. Testing the value of the created novelties is a second step and finally the sequence ends with seed multiplication. This paper describes how R.v.P. creates varieties of cruciferous crops, salsify, chicory, clover, fodderbeets and foddergrasses. The article is written in Dutch.

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Reheul, Dirk, J Baert, Erik Van Bockstaele, et al. “RvP Varieties: The Result of Many Decades of Experience and of Updated Knowledge.” LANDBOUWTIJDSCHRIFT-REVUE DE L AGRICULTURE 45.4 (1992): 747–758. Print.
APA
Reheul, D., Baert, J., Van Bockstaele, E., Rijckaert, G., Vandepitte, H., Ghesquiere, A., & Malengier, M. (1992). RvP varieties: the result of many decades of experience and of updated knowledge. LANDBOUWTIJDSCHRIFT-REVUE DE L AGRICULTURE, 45(4), 747–758.
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Reheul, Dirk, J Baert, Erik Van Bockstaele, G Rijckaert, H Vandepitte, A Ghesquiere, and M Malengier. 1992. “RvP Varieties: The Result of Many Decades of Experience and of Updated Knowledge.” Landbouwtijdschrift-revue De L Agriculture 45 (4): 747–758.
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Reheul, Dirk, J Baert, Erik Van Bockstaele, G Rijckaert, H Vandepitte, A Ghesquiere, and M Malengier. 1992. “RvP Varieties: The Result of Many Decades of Experience and of Updated Knowledge.” Landbouwtijdschrift-revue De L Agriculture 45 (4): 747–758.
Vancouver
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Reheul D, Baert J, Van Bockstaele E, Rijckaert G, Vandepitte H, Ghesquiere A, et al. RvP varieties: the result of many decades of experience and of updated knowledge. LANDBOUWTIJDSCHRIFT-REVUE DE L AGRICULTURE. 1992;45(4):747–58.
IEEE
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D. Reheul et al., “RvP varieties: the result of many decades of experience and of updated knowledge,” LANDBOUWTIJDSCHRIFT-REVUE DE L AGRICULTURE, vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 747–758, 1992.
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  abstract     = {Creating good varieties of allogamous seed-born plants is a curious activity. 
Initially continuous and sequential cycles of selection and recombination are involved. Testing the value of the created novelties is a second step and finally the sequence ends with seed multiplication. 
This paper describes how R.v.P. creates varieties of cruciferous crops, salsify, chicory, clover, fodderbeets and foddergrasses. The article is written in Dutch.},
  author       = {Reheul, Dirk and Baert, J and Van Bockstaele, Erik and Rijckaert, G and Vandepitte, H and Ghesquiere, A and Malengier, M},
  issn         = {0776-2143},
  journal      = {LANDBOUWTIJDSCHRIFT-REVUE DE L AGRICULTURE},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {747--758},
  title        = {RvP varieties: the result of many decades of experience and of updated knowledge},
  volume       = {45},
  year         = {1992},
}