Start Date

18-11-1997 12:00 AM

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Crop production practices in Iowa are changing rapidly. New technologies and methods are being adopted with such frequency that it is difficult to ascertain current practices. This paper presents summary statistics and initial analysis from a 1996 cropping practices survey. The data were collected as an expansion of the USDA cost and return survey. The Iowa State University Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture provided the funding to expand the survey.

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Iowa Cropping Practices, 1996

Crop production practices in Iowa are changing rapidly. New technologies and methods are being adopted with such frequency that it is difficult to ascertain current practices. This paper presents summary statistics and initial analysis from a 1996 cropping practices survey. The data were collected as an expansion of the USDA cost and return survey. The Iowa State University Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture provided the funding to expand the survey.

 

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