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Reduction of labour cost through improved basic planning


Acta Horticulturae (77): 321-329
Reduction of labour cost through improved basic planning
The paper discusses the approach used in Guernsey to reduce labour costs by tackling the basic crop pattern and organization of the glasshouse holding. It indicates the value of specialization and the cost reductions achieved through using seasonal labour.


Accession: 000478838



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