Marketing of agricultural and horticultural products : selected examples, apples, barley, summerfruit, wool
This report provides insights into selected primary industries in New Zealand. The primary industries covered are apple, barley, summerfruit, and wool. Production, marketing, and organisation are examined, along with quality control and market trends.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordswool industry; apple industry; barley industry; summerfruit industry; stone fruit industry; marketing
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Weenink, G. W. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1977)This thesis is an investigation into the efficiency of resource use in the New Zealand Wool Souring Industry. The principle hypothesis is that the mix of resources used by the industry is applied optimally in relation to ...
Who gets their hands 'dirty' in the knowledge society? Training for the skilled trades in New Zealand Murray, Nicole A. (Lincoln UniversityCanterbury, 2004)The vision of New Zealand as a 'knowledge society' is a mantra that has opened the twenty-first century. Underpinning any 'knowledge society', however; are people who turn resources into concrete products and who build, ...
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