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New agricultural products for Queensland: a marketing perspective


, : New agricultural products for Queensland: a marketing perspective. Agricultural Economics Discussion Paper, Department of Agriculture, University of Queensland (3): 64

Marketing information is brought together on 34 agricultural products viewed as having marketing prospects in Queensland, Australia. The products are also ranked according to their potential success in the market-place. A primary product is included if it has been noted in the media in either particularly glowing or detrimental terms. The agricultural products belong to the sub-sectors: animals, horticulture, legumes, industrial vegetable oils, essential oils, medicinal crops and insecticides.

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