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Maintaining Soil Productivity in Irrigated Cotton Production in the Texas High Plains
The retention of soil productivity is a genuine facet of sustainable agriculture and an essential issue for producers and land owners. The objective of this study was to evaluate the sensitivity of the optimal decision ...
The Economic Impacts of Agricultural Sustainability: An Application to Irrigated Cotton Production
(Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, 1996)
The retention of soil productivity is a genuine facet of sustainable agriculture and an essential issue for producers and land Owners. Sustainable perspectives often result in a conflict between the short-term goals of ...
Estimating the Potential to Reduce Agricultural Irrigation Water Demand in West Central Texas
The purpose of this paper is to assess future agricultural irrigation demand and estimate the potential for water savings from advanced irrigation technology adoption in Region F, an area encompassing 32 West Central Texas ...