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FRUPROI, a dynamical model connecting biological and economic elements of orchard management


, : FRUPROI, a dynamical model connecting biological and economic elements of orchard management. Acta Horticulturae (97): 423-425

FRUPRO1 handles in yearly steps the most significant biological and economic criteria in a dynamic model of a 1 ha. orchard. The input parameters on two submodels connecting bio-economic-problems are described.

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