Coconut production in Southern Tagalog, Philippines : a case study approach of measures of relative economic efficiency
The relevance of the Philippine coconut industry is highlighted by the shifting emphasis on the pattern of farm production, introducing innovative cultivation techniques of intercropping among subsistence farms coupled with the growing belief that small farms are relatively more economic-efficient than large farms. While the industry has remained as a major dollar earner and has significant importance in the agricultural landscape, it is basically characterized by relatively low levels...[Show more]
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