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Optimal solutions in labour management






Acta Horticulturae (55): 213-221

Optimal solutions in labour management

In Hungarian horticultural production different tasks have to be accomplished, each of which contributes to guarantee the yield of desired quantity and quality in the proper time. On the other hand if the tasks are neglected or not dealt with properly or in the right time losses can result. Accordingly, "values" can be established for each task.


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