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Agricultural land


, : Agricultural land. Yugoslav Survey 29(3): 59-70

Yugoslavia has 14.2 Mha of agricultural land of which 9.8 Mha are arable. Of this total, 69% is owned by private farmers (83% of arable land) whose farms are small and fields scattered. This structure restricts the economically rational use of land.

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