Harvest Cost and Value of Citrus Operations with Alternative Technology: Real Options Approach
The prospect of immigration policy reform has renewed growers’ concerns of serious labor shortages and cost increases. These concerns are more serious for specialty crop agriculture, not only because it is highly labor intensive, but also it requires labor in a very short period, particularly at harvest time. Two representative approaches of the investment valuation have been applied to the case of harvesting mechanization for the model citrus grower in Florida. Specifically, we applied the NPV approach and the real options approach (ROA) to processed-market Hamlin orange operations in Southwest Florida.
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- Iwai, Nobuyuki & Emerson, Robert D. & Roka, Fritz M., 2009. "Labor Cost and Value of Citrus Operations with Alternative Technology: Enterprise DCF Approach," 2009 Annual Meeting, January 31-February 3, 2009, Atlanta, Georgia 46836, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
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- Emerson, Robert D., 2007. "Agricultural Labor Markets and Immigration," Choices, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 22(1).
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