Evaluating strategies for sustainable intensification of US agriculture through the Long-Term Agroecosystem Research network

@inproceedings{Spiegal2018EvaluatingSF,
  title={Evaluating strategies for sustainable intensification of US agriculture through the Long-Term Agroecosystem Research network},
  author={Sheri Spiegal and Brandon T. Bestelmeyer and David W. Archer and David J. Augustine and Elizabeth H. Boughton and Raoul K. Boughton and M Amig{\'o} and Cavigelli and Pamela E. Clark and Justin D. Derner and Earl W Duncan and Cathleen J Hapeman and R. Daren Harmel and P. Heilman and M A Holly and David R. Huggins and Kevin King and Peter J. A. Kleinman and Mark A. Liebig and Martin A. Locke and Greg W. McCarty and Neil Millar and S Balakumar and Mirsky and Thomas B. Moorman and Fredrick B. Pierson and Jane R. Rigby and G Philip Robertson and J. L. Steiner and Timothy C Strickland and H Mitavachan and M Swain and Brian J. Wienhold and J. D. Wulfhorst and Matt A. Yost and C. L. Walthall},
  year={2018}
}
Sustainable intensification is an emerging model for agriculture designed to reconcile accelerating global demand for agricultural products with long-term environmental stewardship. Defined here as increasing agricultural production while maintaining or improving environmental quality, sustainable intensification hinges upon decision-making by agricultural producers, consumers, and policy-makers. The Long-Term Agroecosystem Research (LTAR) network was established to inform these decisions. Here… CONTINUE READING