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The setting up of centralised marketing facilities for a growers' cooperative






Acta Horticulturae (40): 121-130

The setting up of centralised marketing facilities for a growers' cooperative

Co-operation amongst agricultural producers is seen to be increasingly important. In the small rhubarb-forcing industry of West Yorkshire, a co-operative was set up in 1968. The paper describes an investigation of the possibility of acquiring centralized grading and packing facilities.


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