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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Keywords

Apples, Production costs, Surveys, Western Australia

First Page Number

126

Last Page Number

133

Abstract

IN 1964 and 1965, light and heavy bearing years respectively, apples cost $2.40 per bushel to produce in Western Australia. This figure, to be considered with many other factors, was reached in a cost-of-production survey of 45 selected growers.

Packing and labour costs, in that order, were the two biggest cost-of-production items.

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