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Current problems in horticultural management


, : Current problems in horticultural management. Acta Horticulturae (25): 191-201

The present situation of French horticulture is described, showing that it is only recently developing from being a very traditional sector organized for supplying local wants. As a result its supply is heterogeneous in quality and in presentation, scattered and difficult to organize on a commercial basis.

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