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The future development and trade of horticultural produce in the countries of North-Western Europe


, : The future development and trade of horticultural produce in the countries of North-Western Europe. Acta Horticulturae (25): 36-45

The paper presents details of the development of demand, production and trade in relation to horticultural produce within the countries of North Western Europe.

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