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Corn Suitability Ratings -- An Index to Soil Productivity

Gerald Miller

Corn Suitability Rating (CSR) is an index procedure developed in Iowa to rate each different kind of soil for its potential row-crop productivity. The CSR can be used to rate one soil’s potential yield production against another over a period of time.

Pages / Length: 7
Publication Date: 10/2012
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