2 edition of AG-2000, economic strategies for Washington agriculture found in the catalog.
AG-2000, economic strategies for Washington agriculture
Washington (State). Dept. of Agriculture.
|Statement||prepared by Washington State Department of Agriculture under the direction of Agricultural Market Development Advisory Committee.|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Agricultural Market Development Advisory Committee.|
|LC Classifications||HD1775.W2 W375 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||88623629|
Core Requirements of a Strategy of Agricultural and Rural Development Improving Small-Scale Agriculture Institutional and Pricing Policies: Providing the Necessary Economic Incentives Conditions for Rural Development • Case Study 9: The Need to Improve Agricultural Extension for Women Farmers: Kenya Washington Agribusiness: Status and Outlook is an annual publication prepared by Washington State University faculty in the School of Economic Sciences. It is intended to be a concise overview of Washington’s current and near-term agricultural activity. The publication is broken down into two primary sections.
Washington packs a plethora of agricultural advantages – rich soil and diverse climates; large-scale irrigation, helping nea farms produce more than kinds of commodities; and a prime port location allowing easy access to Asian export markets. 8. Agriculture 8. Agriculture Washington’s agriculture industry is important to the nation and the world. The combination of diverse climate, soils, and topography creates opportunities for growing a wide variety of crops. Agriculture is practiced in almost every region of the state, and it is the key economic driver and employer in most.
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