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Shifting comparative advantage for floricultural products in the Americas


, : Shifting comparative advantage for floricultural products in the Americas. Acta Horticulturae (55): 121-126

Flower growing operations are likely to continue to be located more extensively in California, Florida, Colorado and other areas distant from market but with climatic advantages. A larger expansion in California than in Florida is anticipated.

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