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Symposium on the timing of the field-production of vegetable crops, Alkmaar, June 1969


, : Symposium on the timing of the field-production of vegetable crops, Alkmaar, June 1969. Acta Horticulturae (27): 298

The symposium includes the following papers: Do we need timing?, by M. Carlsson; How to define processes for the production of vegetables from sowing to harvesting at various times of the year and by various cultivation methods, by W. Rothenburger; Continuity of production - a review of the part played by the variety, by K.E. Haine; The importance of cultivar in extending the french bean harvesting season, by M. Prendiville and J.C.

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