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Production reserves of a food producing complex in a suburban zone


, : Production reserves of a food producing complex in a suburban zone. Sibirskii Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (6): 98-102

The development of agriculture and agroindustrial complexes in the suburban areas of Siberia, USSR, is reviewed and proposals for improving the utilization of production reserves and guaranteeing food for urban consumers are discussed.

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