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Symposium on basic problems of protected vegetable production


, : Symposium on basic problems of protected vegetable production. Acta Horticulturae (39): 281

The papers presented at this symposium, which was held in Hannover in September 1972, included the following: The design and use of growth chambers for investigating the effects of environmental factors on plant growth, by B. Acock; Experience with the BBC-York-Air Conditioner EVX, system Dr. Reichart, by H. Sochtig; Apparatus for plant gas exchange measurements with micro chambers and its suitability for physiological studies, by A.


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