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Large-scale horticultural green house production - a preliminary analysis of growth and scale effects in 128 Swedish nurseries

, : Large-scale horticultural green house production - a preliminary analysis of growth and scale effects in 128 Swedish nurseries. Acta Horticulturae (55): 167-177

In Sweden 128 firms (4.6% of the total) account for 40% (1,709,305 m2) of the total greenhouse area. These firms are large-scale-nurseries (more than 5,000 m2 greenhouses). The history and present situation of these firms are of great interest for future structural development within the horticultural industry and scale-advantages (and disadvantages) are examined.

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