Consolidating the commodity chain: organic farming and agribusiness in northern California
Daniel Buck, Christina Getz, Julie Guthman, Institute for Food and Development Policy (Oakland, Calif.)
Institute for Food and Development Policy, 1996 - Gardening - 46 pages
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