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Seminar on labour and labour management in horticulture


, : Seminar on labour and labour management in horticulture. Acta Horticulturae (28): 200

The papers presented at this seminar held in Warsaw in 1971 included: The changing role of human labour in horticulture, by E.W.B. van den Muijzenberg; Management by objectives - a practical approach to business problems, by H.K. Krijgsman and J.A.H. Nicholson; From partial to integral cooperation of horticultural holdings, by P. Bleijenberg; Problems on the economics and organization of orchard production in Bulgaria, by A.

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