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Published March 01, 1981
Federal tax reform requiring capitalization of citrus grove development costs significantly reduced new plantings and total acreage.
Research on which this article is based was financed by the Economics and Statistics Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, as part of its Structure of Agriculture Project.
Carman H. 1981. California citrus acreage response to income tax reform.
Calif Agr 35(3):4.
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