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Conservation-Practice Adoption Rates Vary Widely by Crop and Region
Conservation-Practice Adoption Rates Vary Widely by Crop and Region

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By Tara Wade (au); Roger Claassen (au); Steven Wallander (au)
Year: 2015
Pages: 40
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-7162-7

Product Code: 1457871629

Conservation practices used on agricultural land reduce the environmental impact of crop production, contribute to improving soil health, and reduce net greenhouse gas emissions. Prior research primarily used field-level surveys for tracking adoption rates of such practices. This research uses farm- and field-level Agricultural Resource Management Surveys to analyze national and regional adoption of no-till and strip-till planting systems, cover crop use, and nitrogen-fertilizer application rates, timing, and methods. Results show that U.S. farmersäó» adoption of these practices varies widely by crop and region. In addition, many farmers are äóģpartialäó¯ adopters, adopting conservation practices on some but not all acres of their farm. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.

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