Red bayberry –
a new and
An investigation of the potential
for commercialisation of Myrica
rubra Sieb. and Zucc. (Yang mei) in
A report for the Rural Industries Research and
by Daryl Joyce, Tahir Khurshid, Shiming Liu,
Graeme McGregor, Jianrong Li, and Yeuming
RIRDC Publication No 05/081
RIRDC Project No DAV-212A
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ISBN 1 74151 144 5
Red bayberry – a new and exciting crop for Australia?
Publication No. 05/081
Project No. DAV-212A
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