THE PRODUCTION COSTS OF CONVENTIONAL AND ORGANIC APPLE ORCHARDS IN THE VENETO REGION (ITALY)

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CIMPAN Oana ; BEGALLI Diego ; CODURRI STEFANO (2012)
  • Journal: Revista economica, volume Supplement, issue 1, pages 177-182
  • Subject: apple orchard, production costs, organic, conventional
    • jel: jel:Q15 | jel:Q1

In times of crisis people are thinking how to make the best choice to be more profitable. Both the manufacturers and the consumers must choose the best solutions for them and their businesses. Making a choice between organic and conventional methods in times of crisis is even more difficult considering production costs and consumption patterns. What is the composition of production costs for an apple orchard, how they can be divided into homogeneous categories and why to choose green are the questions we have tried to answer in this paper.
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