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Climate and Managing Corn-Soybean Agroecosystems, Vol. 1 of 5

Lois Wright Morton, Lori J. Abendroth, R. Anex, J. Gordon Arbuckle, Raymond Arritt, Michael Castellano, Richard M. Cruse, Jane Frankenberger, Matt Helmers, Eileen Kladivko, Matt O'Neal, Peter Scharf, Bruno Basso, Laura Bowling, Warren Dick, N. Fausey, Aaron Gassmann, D. Herzmann, P. Gassman, C. Kling, Sasha Kravchenko, R. Lal, J. Lauer, Fernando Miguez, Daren Mueller, E. Nafziger, Nsalambi Nkongolo, Phillip Owens, John Sawyer, Jeff Strock, John Tyndall, M. Villamil
Corn is the major cereal crop of the United States, with two-thirds of national corn and soybean acreage concentrated in the upper Midwest. Farmers in the region have highly specialized knowledge and experience with these crops and considerable capital and infrastructure investments. It is critical, given an increasingly variable climate and occurrence of extreme weather events, to develop and test management approaches that increase the adaptive capacity of corn-based agriculture, and equip farmers and land managers to be functionally resilient.

Pages / Length: 60
Publication Date: 10/2016
Available Inventory: 120


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