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Consideration upon the development of the Hungarian fruit industry with attention on changes of labour and structure of investment and in the production cost

, : Consideration upon the development of the Hungarian fruit industry with attention on changes of labour and structure of investment and in the production cost. Acta Horticulturae (77): 41-48

In Hungary fruit growing occupies 2.4% of the total area under agricultural cultivation, and fruit production income makes up 5.3% of total agricultural income. However, as in agriculture as a whole, the number of people engaged in production is falling. In order to achieve the long-term objectives set for fruit production, a wide-ranging subsidy scheme has been developed, new orchards have been introduced, and mechanization has increased.

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