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raffaella curti 29 Dec 16
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ArtQualityOfLife 23 Sep 17
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Safa Balekoglu 15 Aug 18
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Xavier Vilanova 21 May 18
carryng out some tests to improve the production of in
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Marcos Morcillo 7 Jul 16
Today we visited one of our own 6hectares orchard just planted last november with
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Kosma 21 Apr 18
Replying to @Stana_Katic
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Jozef Turok Aug 31
Stone pine protects the sea coast, gives shade & fresh air. Couple of days swimming vacation in
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Sabine 15 Jul 18
I love the Mediterranean Stone Pine. It has something serenely protecting.
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grand urban ideas 31 Mar 18
Just been on a trip to Sorrento Italy and loved the great canopies on these pine trees
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Jason Apr 23
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Safa Balekoglu Aug 25
P-V curve on 30 month-old stone pine seedlings grown belongs to seven different provenances along native stands in Turkey.. Seedlings have juvenile and mature needles..
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Marcos Morcillo 15 Jun 17
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Safa Balekoglu 12 Aug 18
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Marcos Morcillo 1 May 16
Fruit productivity of Stone pine () along a climatic gradient in Chile
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EASIN Oct 29
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Rose McMonigall 20 Jun 18
Serene Stone Pine shadows in the garden on a hot afternoon at Hampton...
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Mr. Brightside. 2 Aug 16
Look inside, that's where the answer to any question or matter resides.
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Tom Sinclair 19 May 18
This doesn't look like the centre of The tall trees are the tree that produces pine nuts
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barbara♎︎gessner 30 Jun 18
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Vivaio il Trasimeno Nov 29
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