Attitudes Toward Cover Crops in Iowa: Benefits and Barriers

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2012-03-01
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Ferrell, John
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This report presents analysis of data from the 2010 Farm Poll survey, which included a series of questions about the potential environmental and agronomic benefits of cover crops, barriers to and facilitators of cover crop use, and interest in learning more about them.

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