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Symposium on greenhouse climate: evaluation of research methods. Naaldwijk, 3-7 May 1971

, : Symposium on greenhouse climate: evaluation of research methods. Naaldwijk, 3-7 May 1971. Acta Horticulturae (32): 174

Papers presented at the symposium include the following: Analysis of energy levels under glass: experimental method by J. Damagnez, Mme Mermier, C. Samie, B. Seguin and O. de Villele; Dynamics of plant performance, by R. Brouwer; Enclosures for research on control of aerial environment for protected crops, by L.G. Morris; Growing-rooms, by P. Newton; Principles of CO2 nutrition research by H.Z. Enoch, N. Zieslin, Y. Biran, A.H. Halevy, M. Schwarz, B. Kesler and D.

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