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An ecological production model as a base for economic calculations

, : An ecological production model as a base for economic calculations. Acta Horticulturae (97): 411-421

A descriptive production model consisting of three submodels (habitat-, growth- and rudimentary economic submodel) was developed and used to relate growth rates from emergence to the harvest stage of vegetable species to radiation and temperature conditions inside greenhouses.

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