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A simplified planning technique for nursery stock production

Acta Horticulturae (79): 103-112

A simplified planning technique for nursery stock production

A technique for planning nursery stock production, using the principles of gross margins and discounted cash flow analysis, is presented with examples of ornamental tree and shrub crops.

Accession: 000277308

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