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Effect of Adoption and Complementarity of Production Technology Bundles in Horticultural Greenhouse
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Effect of Adoption and Complementarity of Production Technology Bundles in Horticultural Greenhouse
Choi, Don-Woo; Kim, Tae-Kyun;
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This paper analyzes the effect of adoption and complementarity of production technology bundles in horticultural greenhouse - more than 10m vinyl greenhouse (), polyolefin film (), winding branch ventilation (), and more than 15 ounce lagging cover (). The results are as follows: First, only using , only using , only using , only using , using and , and using and , have a higher net return. Second, when is used, and are complementary. Third, and are always complementary. Fourth, when and are not used, and are complementary. The results of this paper could contribute to government`s technology diffusion policies and subsequent studies.
Complementarity;Effect of Adoption;Horticultural Greenhouse;Production Technology Bundles;
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