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The seed sector in the Netherlands; An overview of production, trade and related institutions

  • Kamphuis, Ben M.
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    This report provides a general introduction to the Dutch seed sector. It gives a statistical overview of the position of the Dutch crop sector in the European Union based on the areas of the major crops. The position of the Netherlands on the world seed market is described with import and export statistics, in particular on the vegetable sector, but also on other horticultural and arable seeds and planting material. In addition to statistical information, the report provides an extensive description of the institutional framework of the Dutch agricultural sector in general and the seed sector in particular.

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    Paper provided by Agricultural Economics Research Institute in its series Report Series with number 29098.

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    Date of creation: 2005
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    Handle: RePEc:ags:aerirs:29098
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