COOPID infographic - Vegetable production

The production of vegetables is not always easy dueto weather variability or soil availability. To tackle these barriers, producers often resort to greenhousesas a solution. In addition to being a stable alternative to outdoor cultivation, greenhouses can be very sustainable systems if resources are used responsibly. Innovation facilitates in many ways the efficient use of resources.

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Published on
16/01/2024
Location
  • Bulgaria
Creators
  • Innovarum
Purpose
  • Dissemination
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25.66 MB
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COOPID
Origin language
English

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