FOR 13 SELECT ITEMS: Spring vegetable acreage down 3%

Thienpont, Chuck
May 2000
FoodService Director;05/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p100
Trade Publication
Reports on the three percent decline in vegetable acreage forecasts for spring 2000. Estimated acreage for spring harvest of select melons; Projected strawberry acreage; Projected total planted onion acreage for all seasons in 2000.


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