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Expanded marketing opportunities for dry onion production in Texas: an interregional analysis of the spring and summer seasons

Expanded marketing opportunities for dry onion production in Texas: an interregional analysis of the spring and summer seasons

Bulletin Texas Agricultural Experiment Station ( B-1617): 13pp.

The share of Texas in the aggregate US onion market has fallen from about 21% in the 1977-79 period to about 14% in the 1985-87 period. An attempt is made to determine the cost-competitiveness of Texas in the national onion market of the USA and identify avenues for expanding marketing opportunities. A spatial equilibrium model, and in particular, a transport model is used to determine the most efficient regional trade patterns as well as the flows of onions between regions.

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