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Horticulture and the New Zealand economy. Some suggested developments in horticultural economics






Acta Horticulturae (77): 355-365

Horticulture and the New Zealand economy. Some suggested developments in horticultural economics

This paper is a shorter version of Discussion Paper No. 55 of the Department of Agricultural Economics, Massey University (see reference below).


Accession: 000397155



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