InflationCEDBR, as part of research on Kansas’ retail and service sector gaps, has analyzed sales in the lawn and garden store sector in every county throughout Kansas. The ratio is constructed as the total lawn and garden sales in each county, divided by the average lawn and garden store sales of their peer counties, in terms of population. A ratio larger than 100 indicates that a county has more lawn and garden store sector sales than its peers, while a ratio less than 100 indicates that a county has less lawn and garden store sector sales than its peers.

Phillips County and Bourbon County are the Kansas counties with the highest peer sales ratio for lawn and garden stores, the only counties in Kansas with sales over five times as high as the average of their peer counties.

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