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Economical questions of vegetable forcing in Hungary

Acta Horticulturae (77): 109-114

Economical questions of vegetable forcing in Hungary

Although vegetables are produced on quite a large scale in Hungary, demand is still growing and vegetable forcing to increase production is becoming increasingly widespread.

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