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Corn Belt Farmers' Concerns About Pest and Disease Related Threats to Their Farm Operations

Corn Belt Farmers' Concerns About Pest and Disease Related Threats to Their Farm Operations Product code: CSCAP-182-2015

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This brief summarizes key results from a 2012 survey of 4,778 farmers in 11 Corn-belt states. Here, the focus is upon farmers' concerns about how climate change and variable weather might affect pests and disease and potentially threaten their farm operations. This publication, part of the Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project (CSCAP), is available from Iowa State University Extension. See all the publications available in this series.

Format: PDF.

Pages: 4.

Language: English.

Produced

4/8/2016

Author

Eileen Kladivko

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