A new study from a multidisciplinary team led by Iowa State University agronomists shows that significant portions of Iowa farmland consistently lose money and could influence many farmers to change how they use some of the acres they devote to corn and soybeans.
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Brandes, Elke; Heaton, Emily A.; Schulte-Moore, Lisa A.; and Love, Fred, "New ISU Research May Help Farmers Make More Informed Decisions About Land Use" (2016). Integrated Crop Management News. 2324.
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