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Economic aspects of flower growing in the Netherlands


, : Economic aspects of flower growing in the Netherlands. Acta Horticulturae (40): 487-497

In recent years the consumption as well as the production of flowers has increased considerably. The Netherlands have been showing the fastest growth-rate and have become one of the important (if not the most important) producers in Europe. This development has been favoured by the method of marketing via auctions. This marketing system enables a specialized production, which is advantageous to the producers as well as to the trade.

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