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Land cost effect on the optimal economic rotation of eucalypt plantations






Revista Arvore 18(1): 45-55

Land cost effect on the optimal economic rotation of eucalypt plantations

A theoretical analysis of the effects of land price charges on the optimal economic rotation of Eucalyptus plantations in the cerrado region of Minas Gerais.


Accession: 002646916



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