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Long term growth of specialized vineyards: the Anjou vineyard

Acta Horticulturae (55): 241-249

Long term growth of specialized vineyards: the Anjou vineyard

This research attempts to define an optimum growth strategy for a typical Anjou vineyard using a multiperiodic linear programming model taking future uncertainty into account.

Accession: 000423086

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