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Cost Of Asparagus Production In Western Michigan

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  • Dartt, Barbara
  • Myers, Norm
  • Black, J. Roy
  • Bakker, John

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This bulletin was developed to help producers as well as educators and agribusinesses working with producers to estimate costs of production and expected profit based on "typical" asparagus management strategies found in northwestern Michigan. The budget included in this bulletin will allow users to revise inputs based on their management strategies and calculate their expected cost and profit. This flexibility provides a decision aid to search for systems that generate higher net returns to the farm's resource base. The brief outline of cultural and pest management practices included in this publication should be supplemented with publications from Michigan State University or from other Universities. See the References section for resources. Many are available on-line.

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  • Dartt, Barbara & Myers, Norm & Black, J. Roy & Bakker, John, 2002. "Cost Of Asparagus Production In Western Michigan," Staff Papers 11644, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:midasp:11644
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