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Date entered:20061208
Last modified:20070420
Team:isjanow, iwk
ARN:PL2007000018
Record status:C
Bibl. level:AS
Type of publication:J
Literary ind.:E
English title:A comparative analysis of the horticultural sector in Poland and Great Britain
Other lang. title:Analiza porownawcza sektora ogrodniczego w Polsce i w Wielkiej Brytanii
Language of other language title:Pl
Languages:(Pl)
Authors:Jablonska, L. Gac, P. (Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, Warszawa (Poland). Samodzielna Pracownia Organizacji i Ekonomiki Ogrodnictwa)
Summary:Summaries (En, Pl)
Notes:3 tables; 15 ref.
Serial title:Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska. Sectio EEE Horticultura (Poland)
ISSN:1233-2127
Date od publ.-S:(2006)
Collation-S:v. 16 p. 155-164
Prim.subj.categ.:E16-Production economics
Sec.subj.categ.:F01-Crop husbandry
Descriptors - En:Horticulture; Floriculture; Fruit growing; Vegetable growing; Plant production; Statistical methods; Economic trends; Poland; Great Britain;
Descriptors - Fr:HORTICULTURE; FLORICULTURE; CULTURE FRUITIERE; CULTURE MARAICHERE; PRODUCTION VEGETALE; METHODE STATISTIQUE; TENDANCE ECONOMIQUE; POLOGNE; GRANDE-BRETAGNE;
Descriptors - Sp:HORTICULTURA; FLORICULTURA; FRUTICULTURA; CULTIVO DE HORTALIZAS; PRODUCCION VEGETAL; METODOS ESTADISTICOS; COYUNTURA ECONOMICA; POLONIA; GRAN BRETANA;
Abstract:The size and structure of fruit, vegetables and ornamental production have been analysed as well as the changes during the years 1991-2002. The essential differences were found between both countries. Fruit production in Great Britain was yearly decreasing by 5.65 percent and in Poland in was increasing by 2.95 percent. In 2002 British fruit crops amounded to 10 percent of Polish ones. Vegetable crops from the open in Britain were lower than in Poland by 40 percent and the assortment is different. In Great Britain the decrease of vegetables production under covers is observed as well (by 1.95 percent yearly). In Poland that production has been increased (by 7.68 percent yearly) and it is 2.5 times higher than in Great Britain. The above shows that Great Britain is not our competitor, however, it can become the potential outlet for our dessert fruit and vegetables from covers (mostly tomatoes)
MFN:003460