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Quantitative information on arable farming and vegetable cultivation on open ground - an operational synthesis 1991-92

, : Quantitative information on arable farming and vegetable cultivation on open ground - an operational synthesis 1991-92. Publikatie Proefstation voor de Akkerbouw en de Groenteteelt in de Vollegrond, Lelystad ( 57): 191pp.

Quantitative data are presented on arable farming and vegetable cultivation in the open ground in the Netherlands. The data form an economic guideline for farmers and their consultants. Topics covered include: price developments, employees, duration of tasks, costs, finance and balance sheets. Many products are covered individually.

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