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The use of the critical path method in farm planning and management


, : The use of the critical path method in farm planning and management. Acta Horticulturae (77): 141-144

Recent research shows that critical path planning methods may be successfully used in horticultural production, mainly in vineyards and fruit growing, thus improving the level of planning and management activities. The possibilities of using critical path methods in forecasting and seasonal planning are examined.

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