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Agricultural meteorology. The climate situation for Danish agriculture

, : Agricultural meteorology. The climate situation for Danish agriculture. Gron Viden, Landbrug ( 31): 6pp.

This leaflet on climatic conditions in relation to agriculture in Denmark includes a table showing the average mean temperatures, rainfall, sunshine and days with frost per month, based on data for 1931-60. Temperature sums above a threshold of 5 degrees C for the period May-October are mapped.

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