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Beet grower cards-the information system that gives the right grower the right advice at the right time

, : Beet grower cards-the information system that gives the right grower the right advice at the right time. 55e Congres d' hiver, Bruxelles, Palais des Congres, 12-13 fevrier 1992: 33-43

The computer program BOB (Beet Grower Cards), introduced by the Swedish Sugar Beet Growers' Association and the Swedish Sugar Company in 1986 and now used by 82% of Swedish sugarbeet growers, is described.

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