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Economic impact of irrigation technology on vegetable crops in developing countries

Acta Horticulturae (89): 47-56

Economic impact of irrigation technology on vegetable crops in developing countries

In Chile, the economic benefits from improved technology compared with traditional irrigation methods were greatest for apples, avocados and tomatoes.

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