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Methods and results of coordinated inquiries into the market for cut flowers and potplants in Western Germany


, : Methods and results of coordinated inquiries into the market for cut flowers and potplants in Western Germany. Acta Horticulturae (25): 96-108

Production, and even more consumption and imports of flowers in W. Germany have risen very rapidly. Consumption figures for 1968 are estimated at about 40 to 45 DM per caput, and total turnover at the retail level accounts for DM 2.5 million. The proportion of flowers imported has risen continuously and was about 40 per cent. of the cut flowers marketed in 1969.


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