Three long-term rotational crop studies in Iowa and one in Wisconsin were examined for conclusive evidence of rotational effects on soil quality. Long-term yield data also were evaluated to determine if there was a quantifiable relationship between soil quality and yield or yield stability.
Cynthia Cambardella, Antonio Mallarino
Year of Grant Completion
Karlen, Douglas L.; Cambardella, Cynthia A.; and Mallarino, Antonio P., "Soil quality, yield stability and economic attributes of alternative crop rotations" (2001). Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports. 161.