THE PROBLEM OF DETERMINING PRODUCTIVITY OF THE GREENHOUSE VEGETABLES PRODUCTION
The simplest natural indicator of the unit yield has a very important role to play in the appraisals of the results achived in the production of greenhouse vegetables. At present, this indicator acquires additional significance, according as the price fluctuations and inflationary phenomena have been depriving the money indicators of much of their usefulness. However, while using the natural indicators we are apt to disregard the fact that in the production concerned equal unit yeilds should not always be equated. For instance, a given yield of spring tomatoes represents an uncomparably better production result than the same in volume, or even greater yield of tomatoes harvested in summer. In the following text we shall be trying to calculate the equivalent unit yield i.e. the one which reflects the productivity of the greenhouse production with a sufficient degree of accuracy.
BUDZYNSKI, F. (1977). THE PROBLEM OF DETERMINING PRODUCTIVITY OF THE GREENHOUSE VEGETABLES PRODUCTION. Acta Hortic. 58, 279-286