Performance of Safflower: Recent Trends, Prospects and Constraints
Safflower is grown in about 60 countries around the world, the primary producers of which are India, United States, Mexico, Kazakhstan, Argentina, China, Ethiopia and Australia.
KeywordsLarge Producer Wide Fluctuation Yield Trend Annual Compound Growth Rate Negative Growth Rate
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