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Economic problems of alternative systems of vegetable production



Economic problems of alternative systems of vegetable production



Zemedelska Ekonomika 38(9/10): 709-716



Integrated vegetable production (IVP) is a system developed mainly in Switzerland which aims to combine ecological and economic criteria. IVP which seeks to minimize rather than eliminate the need for fertilizers, pest control and irrigation is based on selection of appropriate location and cultivars, timing of production, rotation, plant density, non-chemical pest control and plant nutrition.

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