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Commercial cut flower industry: Expansion of merchandising outlets for floral products needed to balance increased output capacity of growers

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D. B. DeLoach, University of California, Los Angeles.

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California Agriculture 13(5):3-3.

Published May 01, 1959

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Economic studies of the cut flower industry warrant the conclusion–among others–that there is ample productive capacity to supply the existing demand for cut flowers. Should additional demand develop more rapidly than is anticipated, the output can be increased adequately without any appreciable change in the labor force, growing facilities, or areas.

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Commercial cut flower industry: Expansion of merchandising outlets for floral products needed to balance increased output capacity of growers

D. B. DeLoach
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Commercial cut flower industry: Expansion of merchandising outlets for floral products needed to balance increased output capacity of growers

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Authors

D. B. DeLoach, University of California, Los Angeles.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 13(5):3-3.

Published May 01, 1959

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Abstract

Economic studies of the cut flower industry warrant the conclusion–among others–that there is ample productive capacity to supply the existing demand for cut flowers. Should additional demand develop more rapidly than is anticipated, the output can be increased adequately without any appreciable change in the labor force, growing facilities, or areas.

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