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Interregional competition in the production and supply of hybrid tea roses: implications for world markets






Acta Horticulturae (55): 115-119

Interregional competition in the production and supply of hybrid tea roses: implications for world markets

A quantitative evaluation of interregional competition among foreign and domestic rose producers was conducted using a linear programming model. Results indicated that under current regional cost structure, California rose producers have a competitive supply advantage in most domestic markets over producers in all other US production areas. European rose production had no significant impact in US markets.


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