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Will a New Input Strategy Be Warranted in Non-Irrigated Corn Production under Global Climate Change? An Analysis Using Corn Production in the Midwestern United States

@article{Shimu2014WillAN,
  title={Will a New Input Strategy Be Warranted in Non-Irrigated Corn Production under Global Climate Change? An Analysis Using Corn Production in the Midwestern United States},
  author={Tahsina A. Shimu},
  journal={McNair Scholars Research Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={10},
  pages={12}
}
  • Tahsina A. Shimu
  • Published 2014
  • Environmental Science
  • McNair Scholars Research Journal
  • Incentives to delay agricultural inputs to increase output and protect against climate change and weather related risk are explored. When producer decision making in non-irrigated production in an environment of weather uncertainty is outlined an incentive is found when imperfect information and risk is present. The EPIC crop simulator is then used to assess the yield impact of fertilizer delaying in the non-irrigated corn component of cornsoybean rotations in Humboldt and Webster Counties… CONTINUE READING

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