Economic constraints on turnaround time in Bangladesh
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Published by Bangladesh Rice Research Institute in Bangaldesh .
Written in English


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StatementAlastair Orr...[et al.] ; edited by Mohammad H.R. Talukdar.
SeriesBangladesh Rice Research Institute publication -- no.89
ContributionsOrr, Alastair., Talukdar, Mohammad H. R., Bangladesh Rice Research Institute.
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Open LibraryOL19456755M

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