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Labor and other input availability in determining vegetable production technology in Asia


, : Labor and other input availability in determining vegetable production technology in Asia. Acta Horticulturae (77): 331-340

Vegetable production may be viewed in terms of three hypothetical stages of the development of agricultural economies: subsistence agriculture, intensive mixed culture,and modern monoculture. For each there are characteristic indices of production technology based on the availability of inputs and the quality of markets and public works. Examples in Asia may be found of the first two stages.


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