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Tomato-growing in the Netherlands and on the individual holding


, : Tomato-growing in the Netherlands and on the individual holding. Acta Horticulturae (40): 35-49

Production of tomatoes per man-hour in the Netherlands rose from 6.6 kg in 1954 to 20 kg in 1968. In view of the relation between daylight and production, an increase in production of tomatoes grown in heated greenhouses may also be expected in the 'seventies'.

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