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Economies of scale in Dutch greenhouse production


, : Economies of scale in Dutch greenhouse production. Acta Horticulturae (77): 93-98

On the strength of several investigations there is no reason to assume that the production process in Dutch greenhouses will become a large-scale one. From the point of view of competitiveness it is not necessary to further the development of "mammoth" concerns.


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