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Harvesting and handling of glasshouse roses (1). Rose growers have many problems with the choice of work methods and aids

Harvesting and handling of glasshouse roses (1). Rose growers have many problems with the choice of work methods and aids

Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 31(43): 16-17

As a basis for research on harvesting and handling, a survey was made of the practices and equipment used on a large number of rose nurseries.

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