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Economic aspects of artificial lighting on cyclamen

, : Economic aspects of artificial lighting on cyclamen. Acta Horticulturae (40): 477-479

When the objectives of applied research are dictated by economic needs, research can produce results which, even if they are not necessarily consistent with the fixed objectives, create a new economic situation completely different from the one expected.

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