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Vineyard production on large scale enterprises in Yugoslavia

, : Vineyard production on large scale enterprises in Yugoslavia. Acta Horticulturae (40): 455-459

Viticulture is largely concentrated in the Mediterranean area and Yugoslavia is one of the more important countries. In Yugoslavia many large-scale agricultural enterprises were established after World War II, which were called social enterprises. The social enterprises have become much more important producers of vine grapes and wine than the individual peasants smallholdings. Due to the improved techniques their yields are greater and a smaller degree of yield variability is evident.

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