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Agricultural development and ecological potential: the case of Hungary

, : Agricultural development and ecological potential: the case of Hungary. Forum: Reports on Current Research in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Management, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kiel (6): 129

Two research projects coordinated by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences are reported. The survey of the agro-ecological potential of Hungary in 1978-80 assessed agriculture and ecological conditions and the potential and limits to the development of agriculture and forestry as well as the conditions necessary for maintaining the soil as a renewable resource for long term sustainable farm production.

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