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Comparing decision-support systems in adopting sustainable intensification criteria

Bibliographic reference Ahmadi, Bouda Vousough ; Moran, Dominic ; Barnes, Andrew ; Baret, Philippe. Comparing decision-support systems in adopting sustainable intensification criteria. In: Frontiers in genetics, Vol. 5, no.FEB, p. 20 p. (2015)
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