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Corn Belt Farmers' Adaptation to Increased Precipitation

Authors discuss and illustrate the complexity of on-farm management decisions and what influences their decisions, based on their research for the USDA-NIFA Sustainable Corn Project.

Lois Wright Morton, Ph.D., is a professor of sociology at Iowa State University and the project director of the Sustainable Corn Project; J. Gordon Arbuckle Jr. is the lead sociologist on the team; Jonathan Hobbs and Adam Loy were graduate students assisting in the analysis.

This resource is part of the USDA-NIFA funded project for climate and agriculture that gathered data from 35 field sites and thousands of farmers in 9 Midwestern states, with the goal of creating a suite of practices for corn-based systems.

Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 08/2014

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