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Developments in horticultural economics


, : Developments in horticultural economics. Acta Horticulturae (77): 349-354

Some of the main issues in horticultural economics as identified by the staff of the Institut fur Horticultural Economics at the Technische Universitat in Hannover are discussed.

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