Dynamic cropping systems : Increasing adaptability amid an uncertain future

@inproceedings{Hanson2007DynamicCS,
  title={Dynamic cropping systems : Increasing adaptability amid an uncertain future},
  author={J. O. deGraft Hanson and Mark A. Liebig and Stephen D. Merrill and Donald Lee Tanaka and Joseph M. Krupinsky and Diane Elizabeth Stott},
  year={2007}
}
Future trends in population growth, energy use, climate change, and globalization will challenge agriculturists to develop innovative production systems that are highly productive and environmentally sound. Furthermore, future agricultural production systems must possess an inherent capacity to adapt to change to be sustainable. Given this context, adoption of dynamic cropping systems is proposed to meet multiple agronomic and environmental objectives through the enhancement of management… CONTINUE READING

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