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Estimates of losses during the marketing of horticultural produce in the Manaus market


Seiva 34(82): 1-14
Estimates of losses during the marketing of horticultural produce in the Manaus market
Models are presented to specify and quantify the effects of selected variables on the level of losses of horticultural produce, including lettuces, capsicums, cabbages and tomatoes.


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