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Retailing florist crops through mass merchandising outlets: Rochester, New York, and Hartford, Connecticut


, : Retailing florist crops through mass merchandising outlets: Rochester, New York, and Hartford, Connecticut. Acta Horticulturae (55): 277-284

Detailed results of this study can be found in Research Report 75-8 (with the same title), Cornell University, which has already been abstracted in WAERSA (WAERSA 18,4074).

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