The tracing of a supply and demand cycle in which there is a relatively long time between the incentive to produce more due to increased market prices on the one hand and the result of the additional production thus brought about on the other. This is predominant in agricultural production, because here there is a dependence on the natural rhythm (as there is a natural given lag between planting and harvesting). – See agricultural commodities, apple harvest closing, cash crop, set-aside premium, core inflation.
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