Trinidad selected hybrids: An investigation of the phenotypic and agro-economic traits of 20 selected cacao cultivars

@inproceedings{Bekele2011TrinidadSH,
  title={Trinidad selected hybrids: An investigation of the phenotypic and agro-economic traits of 20 selected cacao cultivars},
  author={Frances Louise Bekele and Isaac Bekele and Krysta Jennings},
  year={2011}
}
1 Ministry of Food Production, Land and Marine Affairs, Research Division. Central Experiment Station. Centeno, North Bank Rd, via Arima PO. Trinidad and Tobago 2 Cocoa Research Unit, The University of the West Indies, St Augustine. Trinidad and Tobago 3 The University of the West Indies, Faculty of Science and Agriculture. Department of Food Production, St Augustine. Trinidad and Tobago Email: kama1@tstt.net.tt 

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