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Management System for Harvest Scheduling: The Case of Horticultural Production in Southeast Spain

By Juan Carlos Perez-Mesa, Emilio Galdeano-Gomez and Jose A. Aznar-Sanchez


horticultural farmer, optimization, planning, mathematical programming, marketing, cooperative, Agribusiness, Crop Production/Industries, Demand and Price Analysis, Farm Management, Land Economics/Use,

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