Distribution and Conservation Of Biologicals in Agriculture
Most manufacturers of agricultural products rely on distributors to access retailers to then reach the end users. Therefore, biological products need to be shipped and stored correctly to ensure their benefits in agriculture to their users.
This report highlights the procedures which are considered before any decision can be made by a distributor to agree to handle a biological product. It particularly dwells on factors such as: delivery networks, regional US markets, temperature control, shelf life, packaging options and live product economics.
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