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Results of the organization of plant protection in vegetable production under glass or plastic run on industrial lines

, : Results of the organization of plant protection in vegetable production under glass or plastic run on industrial lines. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 30(8): 148-151

A review of the need for and operation of an efficient pest and disease control programme for vegetables grown under glass or plastic.


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