THE IMPLICATIONS OF HORTICULTURAL EXPORT TO EUROPE DURING WINTER AND SPRING SEASONS

D.K. Mbowa, B.C. de Ponteves
Markets which appear to be at a considerable distance from the producing area and which deal with very specialized products can sometimes be seriously considered for supplying with fresh vegetables. This type of enterprise also provides a realistic opportunity for agricultural diversification. The following information was obtained as a result of a recent survey, the objective of which was to collate statistical data for use by producers and exporters of vegetable crops from East Africa.
Mbowa, D.K. and de Ponteves, B.C. (1971). THE IMPLICATIONS OF HORTICULTURAL EXPORT TO EUROPE DURING WINTER AND SPRING SEASONS. Acta Hortic. 21, 37-41
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1971.21.5
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.1971.21.5

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