;1954 Chevrolet Advance-Design vehicles. For a great deal of worth ТЕХНИКА, ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ, ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Название: 1954 Chevrolet Advance-Design vehicles. For a great deal of worth Автор: - Издательство: - Год: 1953 Страниц: forty Формат: pdf Размер: 18,9 MбОфициальный рекламный проспект, посвященный коммерческим автомобилям и школьным автобусам Chevrolet 1954 модельного года: Chevrolet 1500, Chevrolet 3100, Chevrolet 3600, Chevrolet 3800, Chevrolet 4100, Chevrolet 4400, Chevrolet 6100, Chevrolet 6400, Chevrolet 6500, Chevrolet 5100, Chevrolet 5400, Chevrolet 5700 и их модификациям. eighty five
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Another implication of the long time horizon of agroforestry experiments is that they will inevitably be used for 44 • R. Coe et al. purposes other than those for which they were originally planned. It is therefore worth building some flexibility into the design. This means keeping treatments simple, using large plots that can be split later and including extra replicates that may be modified as needed (for example, by destructive harvest). Trees are typically larger than annual crops, which also has implications for the layout of experiments.