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Experiences with a multiperiodic investment model for planning the growth of vegetable holdings


, : Experiences with a multiperiodic investment model for planning the growth of vegetable holdings. Acta Horticulturae (40): 497-515

In many cases, investment decisions in horticulture are not based on any formal calculations. According to interviews carried out by Reuff (1969), only 50 per cent. of a sample of 195 investors in floriculture had an idea of the payback period for capital recently invested in glasshouses.


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