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System engineering approach for evaluating the problems with efficiency of land development and improvement in Slovenia

, : System engineering approach for evaluating the problems with efficiency of land development and improvement in Slovenia. Proceedings 15th ICID European Regional Conference (4): 278-286

The paper considers how to improve the efficiency of land development and improvement of Slovenia, Yugoslavia. The main task was to define aims and problems. The system engineering approach that was used is a good method for solving agricultural problems-how to produce more food with less labour, and how to intensify crop production on land cultivated at present.

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