Jean-Louis van Aelbroeck
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Jean-Louis van Aelbroeck (31 October 1755 Zottegem - 29 October 1846 Ghent), was a Belgian agronomist and politician. His work in Europe led to dispensing with an extended fallow period between crops.
- van Aelbroeck, Jean-Louis: L'Agriculture Pratique de la Flandre - Paris, Madame Huzard, 1830 8vo. LVI, 352 pp. (16 plates engraved by N.L. Rousseau) père
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