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Economic evaluation of the energy utilization in agriculture with special reference to fluctuating energy market conditions



Economic evaluation of the energy utilization in agriculture with special reference to fluctuating energy market conditions



Landbauforschung Volkenrode (49, Sonderheft): 9-28



Past and likely future trends in the prices of the main primary energy sources, energy consumption in agriculture and horticulture, the relationship between energy costs and the GFR prices index for 1970, and that between the direct and indirect energy input (fertilizer, plant protection materials, etc.) and total production costs and revenue from the enterprise, are outlined.

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