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Economical problems of the development of mechanisation for large scale vegetable growing

, : Economical problems of the development of mechanisation for large scale vegetable growing. Acta Horticulturae (77): 99-107

The development of vegetable production in Hungary depends largely on increased mechanization and technical progress. This began in the 1960s, when research institutes carried out various economic analyses to determine optimum productivity and efficiency.

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