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Second symposium on timing of the field production of vegetable crops






Acta Horticulturae (52): 263

Second symposium on timing of the field production of vegetable crops

This symposium held at Ohrid in Yugoslavia in June 1973 included the following papers: Natural conditions for growing vegetables in Yugoslavia, by L. Aladzajkov; Present state and problems of vegetable production in the People's Republic of Bulgaria, by C. Daskaloff and T. Murtazov; The extension of the harvesting period of the main vegetable crops and its effect upon farm management, by E. Vig; The continuity of production of cauliflowers in the United Kingdom, by J.W.


Accession: 000493074



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