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The California-Arizona lemon cycle continues

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Hoy F. Carman , Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis
Richard D. Green, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis
William Kinney, Dames & Moore, San Francisco

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California Agriculture 41(5):9-10.

Published May 01, 1987

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Projections of the lemon cycle indicate that average total revenue per acre in 1998–99 will drop to the same level seen in 1984–85, if growers continue to respond as they have in the past.The swings in production and prices could be dampened by grower awareness of the patterns and long-term causes.

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The California-Arizona lemon cycle continues

Hoy F. Carman, Richard D. Green, William Kinney
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The California-Arizona lemon cycle continues

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Authors

Hoy F. Carman , Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis
Richard D. Green, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis
William Kinney, Dames & Moore, San Francisco

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(5):9-10.

Published May 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Projections of the lemon cycle indicate that average total revenue per acre in 1998–99 will drop to the same level seen in 1984–85, if growers continue to respond as they have in the past.The swings in production and prices could be dampened by grower awareness of the patterns and long-term causes.

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