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Direct energy use and conservation potential on Saskatchewan straight grain farms


, : Direct energy use and conservation potential on Saskatchewan straight grain farms. Energex '82: a forum on energy self reliance: conservation production and consumption: conference proceedings August 23-29-1982 Regina Saskatchewan Canada edited by Fred A Curtis: 690


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