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The study examines the Mórakert Purchasing and Service Co-operative, in Mórahalom, Hungary. The co-operative is active in the fruit and vegetable sector and it was the first officially acknowledged Producers’ Organisation (PO) in the country. It works as a successful co-operative in terms of increasing annual turnover and membership thus being a good example for solving various co-ordination issues in Hungarian horticultural sector within an evolving supply chain.

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0.001, P -value<0.05). This is partially consistent with the results from annual analysis of financial condition of the Polish farm households (FADN database): the highest rate of return on assets was typical for “horticulture” and “fieldcrops

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heritage is of great importance towards both the local population and tourists ( Anderberg – Clark 2013 ; Konijnendijk 2010 ). In 2017, the year of the silver jubilee of the Hungary in Bloom Horticultural Contest, Veszprém was awarded the first

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Agricultural producer groups are akin to marketing co-operatives and appeared in Poland after the transformation. The article investigates the emergence of legislation regulating the functioning of producer groups and offering them financial support. The legislation was an essential stimulus for setting up new producer groups. The number of groups applying for subsidies has been systematically rising. Many groups, however, were disbanded within the first few years after the legislation came into effect. In many cases group members expected different forms of subsidies and less complicated application procedures. The provision of adequate information for farmers and the training of civil servants who would be able to assist them in interpreting the law could have increased the utilisation of support.

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. – Yilmaz , K. U. – Hegedus , A. ( 2010 ): S-Genotyping Supports the Genetic Relationships between Turkish and Hungarian Apricot Germplasm . Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 135 ( 5 ): 410 - 417

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