Analyzing Linkages Between Nursery Farm Growth Rates, Structural Variables, And Firm Characteristics
Production of ornamental plants is one of agriculture's successes. However, concentration of production and retailing is occurring, bringing additional competitive pressure. An econometric model is used to explain growth rate using a cross-sectional data set from 2001, self-reported growth rates for nursery firms, and firm and operator characteristics.
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