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Vegetable crops for canning and their influence on farm income

Acta Horticulturae (155): 281-285

Vegetable crops for canning and their influence on farm income

The effect of producing vegetables for canning on farm income on 10 ha irrigated farms near Aragon, Spain, is quantified. The gross margin of these farms is 89% higher than that of similar extensive farms not growing these crops. The incomes of vegetable farms are highly dependent upon changes in prices of vegetables and farm inputs.

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