California almond markets and reserve strategies analyzed
AuthorsJulian M. Alston
Richard J. Sexton
Hilgardia 45(4):18-21. DOI:10.3733/ca.v045n04p18. July 1991.
Marketing strategies for California almonds are analyzed based on an econometric model of almond prices. The results indicate that diverting supply from the edible market will increase industry revenue. For the bumper 1990 season, diverting 8% of supply to an allocated reserve is indicated.
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