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The wholesale market structure for floricultural crops in the USA: the terminal market wholesaler

, : The wholesale market structure for floricultural crops in the USA: the terminal market wholesaler. Acta Horticulturae (40): 275-289

Personal interviews with terminal wholesale florists in 13 markets of the USA revealed that they had adapted to shifting supply sources and had moved toward outright purchases of flowers.

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