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EEC medium term forecast for fruit production potential: part two: sensitivity analysis

, : EEC medium term forecast for fruit production potential: part two: sensitivity analysis. Acta Horticulturae (77): 199-212

A flexible model, designed to forecast medium term changes in the production potential of the commercial orchards in the EEC due to basic structural features, has been tested for sensitivity to possible imperfections in the data and assumptions used.

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