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Methods of investigation into regional differences in tomato cropping


, : Methods of investigation into regional differences in tomato cropping. Acta Horticulturae (25): 137-146

The aim of the research was to discover regional and local differences in the production of tomatoes in heated and unheated glasshouses in the Netherlands. The items investigated were yields, revenues and some of the production inputs employed.

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