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Conservation-Practice Adoption Rates Vary Widely by Crop and Region
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Tara Wade (au); Roger Claassen (au); Steven Wallander (au)
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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