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The result of specialization in a state farm


, : The result of specialization in a state farm. Int. Z. Landw, Sofia-Berlin, 2, 64-70

The author describes the experiences gained in the state farm at Lajta-Hansag, the largest in Hungary. The farm was formed in January 1959 by the fusion of nine smaller farms operated independently during the previous years. Plans for the specialization of plant production in the farm were drawn up relying on an extensive analysis of local conditions, requirements raised by the national economy and anticipated investment. The most important crop is maize.

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