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The concept of horticultural villages, principles and practice

, : The concept of horticultural villages, principles and practice. Acta Horticulturae (40): 445-454

A form of new establishment under co-operation is presented as a possibility for increasing the Swedish glasshouse production of vegetables. Some theoretical concepts concerning the firm and its possibilities of adaptation to a varying environment are presented. A study is then described in which a horizontal and partial form of integration between several firms, a 'horticultural village' has been worked out. Essential economic advantages could be expected in this form of collaboration.

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