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Economic indicators for applied research in horticulture


, : Economic indicators for applied research in horticulture. Acta Horticulturae (40): 25-33

The main purpose of applied research in horticulture is defined as the maintenance and growth of the real labour-income of the growers, i.e. of the income the growers receive for their manual labour plus profit. The "art" of directing research by economic criteria must take into account that the long-term interests of growers are to rest on the long-term interests of consumers.


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