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Economic evaluation of differences in planting densities

, : Economic evaluation of differences in planting densities. Acta Horticulturae (47): 399-406

A method is described for economic evaluation of the effects of various bulb planting densities on cash returns and the costs influenced by changing planting density. The formula derived from a study on the tulip Preludium can also be adapted for other tulip cvs and bulb species.

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