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Fruit farms in the foothill regions of Poland

, : Fruit farms in the foothill regions of Poland. Acta Horticulturae (77): 405-410

Fruit production in the Carpathian foothills of southern Poland dates back to the 17th century, and has developed very rapidly in this century. Specialization and intensive fruit growing developed most rapidly in the early 1960s. A survey of 80 farms in the area was carried out in 1974, to assess the current economic situation of such enterprises. Data were analyzed according to size of orchard, kinds of fruit grown, level of mechanization, output, and productivity.

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