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Responses by British tomato growers to the energy crisis in 1975

, : Responses by British tomato growers to the energy crisis in 1975. Acta Horticulturae (55): 73-80

This paper describes the 1975 situation in 25 nurseries concentrating on tomatoes in Southern England.

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