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Vegetable crops for canning and their influence on farm income

, : Vegetable crops for canning and their influence on farm income. Acta Horticulturae (155): 281-285

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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