Separating the Impacts of Crop Diversification and Rotations on Risk

@inproceedings{Helmers2002SeparatingTI,
  title={Separating the Impacts of Crop Diversification and Rotations on Risk},
  author={Glenn A. Helmers and Charles F. Yamoah and Gary E. Varvel},
  year={2002}
}
It has been commonly accepted that crop rotations reduce risk compared with monoculture systems. Quantifying this phenomenon requires that effects of yield stability on risk (positive or negative) arising from rotating crops be separated from other risk elements. Using an ARS-University of Nebraska series of yields for corn (Zea mays L.) and soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] grown over a 14-yr period, both in rotation and in monoculture, the impact of crop rotation on risk was isolated and… CONTINUE READING

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