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How much does it cost to maintain a traditional cultivated landscape



How much does it cost to maintain a traditional cultivated landscape



Natur und Landschaft 57(2): 43-46



The European landscape has been shaped by agriculture and forestry which cover about 83% of the land area and influence the appearance of the whole countryside. The type of landscape which is currently achieved represents a particular stage in agricultural development.

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