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From partial to integral co-operation of horticultural holdings


, : From partial to integral co-operation of horticultural holdings. Acta Horticulturae (28): 43-53

Integral co-operation in horticulture is defined as the pooling of technical, commercial, financial, administrative and organizational functions of holdings to create a body capable of acting as a single enterprise.


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