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Economic factors affecting sales of U.S. nursery stock



Economic factors affecting sales of U.S. nursery stock



Journal of Environmental Horticulture 10(2): 108-110



The impacts of economic forces on the sales of US nursery stock were identified and measured with graphical and statistical methods. Results demonstrate the effect of general economic conditions on the sale of domestically produced nursery plants. The sale of nursery stock relates closely to changes in the Gross National Product (GNP), negatively with inflation, and positively with the share of private residential construction allocated to home renovations and additions.

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