Production Patterns for Fruit and Nut Species in Papua New Guinea and some Implications for Marketing
The supply of a particular fruit or nut varies over time for a number of reasons, one of which is seasonal or non-seasonal changes in the supply from the plants. This is termed the production pattern. This paper builds on a major study of the production patterns of 180 economic crops in PNG and a subsidiary study that compared the period of plentiful supply of 57 fruit and 5 nut-bearing species in PNG with the patterns in Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. A brief overview of...[Show more]
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