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The energy situation in horticulture

, : The energy situation in horticulture. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 91(47): 2299-2301

Energy conservation and the use of alternative energy sources in horticulture are discussed in the context of declining world fossil fuel supplies. The need to implement lighting, heating, watering and cultivation regimes and climatic control and automation to conserve energy are considered.

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