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Estonia


, : Estonia. Food and farming in the fifteen re ics of the former USSR: a market survey: 199-210

Over 30% of Estonia is covered by forests, 20% by marshes and 5% by lakes and its soils are heavy and stony.

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DOI: 10.1016/0025-326x(92)90271-7

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