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Energy consumption for row crop production - Farm Energy

Mark Hanna , John Sawyer , Dana Petersen

This publication provides an overview of farm energy use related to corn and soybean production in Iowa. Three areas of row crop production--field operations, fertilizer and pesticide application, and artificial drying--are used to illustrate on-farm energy consumption.

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Publication Date: 06/2012
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