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Journal Article

Journal Article

Six years of biodynamic growing of vegetables and apples in comparison with the conventional farm management  [1986]

Reinken, G.;

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Importance of biological agriculture in a world of diminishing resources : proc of the 5th IFOAM Int Scientific Conference at the Univ of Kassel (Germany), Aug 27-30, 1984 / H. Vogtmann, E. Boehncke, I. Fricke, eds

Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2013
Start Page:
161
End Page:
174
Publisher:
[Witzenhausen : Verlagsgruppe Witzenhausen], c1986.
All titles:
"Six years of biodynamic growing of vegetables and apples in comparison with the conventional farm management"@eng
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2013
Start Page:
161
End Page:
174
Publisher:
[Witzenhausen : Verlagsgruppe Witzenhausen], c1986.
All titles:
"Six years of biodynamic growing of vegetables and apples in comparison with the conventional farm management"@eng