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The influence of selected factors on work output in field production of vegetables in family farms






Acta Horticulturae (28): 188-198

The influence of selected factors on work output in field production of vegetables in family farms

The low level of mechanization of vegetable production in Poland is discussed. The study is aimed at determining the influence of selected factors on labour output in field production of vegetables on Polish family farms. The influences of area, degree of specialization, land use and types of crop produced are taken into consideration. Eleven different vegetable centres are chosen for study. Most farms are of the suburban type ranging from 2 to 10 ha. in size.


Accession: 000235350



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