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Growth of horticultural enterprises and economical and uneconomical operating scales


, : Growth of horticultural enterprises and economical and uneconomical operating scales. Acta Horticulturae (40): 531-542

The growth of horticultural businesses can be guided by expansion of the national economy and the demand for certain products. Businesses should develop to a sub-optimum scale. They stand to benefit by exploiting all cost advantages individually or jointly. The existence of as large a number as possible of independent businesses operating on a scale suited to their particular markets might be more advantageous than too small a number of hyperconcentrated enterprises.


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