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Infra-structure for the economic efficiency of horticultural products

, : Infra-structure for the economic efficiency of horticultural products. Acta Horticulturae (55): 135-138

This paper emphasizes the importance of suitable infrastructure to remove market imperfections so that farmers do not feel it economically necessary to replace horticultural crops with other crops.

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