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Compares the economic return to management of three crop rotations: conventional corn-soybean, organic corn-soybean-oat/alfalfa-alfalfa, and low external input corn-soybean-oat-alfalfa. This peer-reviewed publication details the production and market assumptions made and also mentions non-economic factors that can affect rotation decisions.
Iowa State University
Agronomy, Horticulture, Multi-year rotations low-external input, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
Agricultural Science | Agriculture | Agronomy and Crop Sciences | Horticulture
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Chase, Craig; Delate, Kathleen; Liebman, Matt; and Leibold, Kelvin L., "Economic Analysis of Three Iowa Rotations" (2006). Extension and Outreach Publications. 66.