A framework for determining the period when a perennial crop is no longer profitable after a disease outbreak
A theoretical approach is developed for finding the optimal age to remove an orchard (or plantation) to maximize net present value, after a disease attack. The model is a bioeconomic model that considers the effects of disease manage- ment on disease spread and the effect of the disease on yields. T...
Theoretical Economics Letters; Vol. 3, No.3
Disease management; Economic optimization model; Oil palm; Optimal control model; Perennial crops; Plant disease; Replanting
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