Record nummer 881481
Titel artikel Farm programs and the environment: the case for a limited land payment
Auteur(s) Peterson, W.
Tijdschrifttitel Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 6(1995)2/3
Paginering 123 - 134
Annotatie(s) 3tabs.; 13 refs.; Summary
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Trefwoorden (cab) landbouw / subsidies / premies / regelingen / teeltsystemen / graansoorten / voedselgewassen / Glycine (Fabaceae) / sojabonen / input-output analyse / landbouwbeleid / groene revolutie / economie / productiestructuur / agrarische structuur / kwantiteitscontrole / landbouwproductie / milieu / nadelige gevolgen / milieueffect / menselijke activiteit / continuteelt / monocultuur / VS
Rubrieken Economische situatie (algemeen) / Milieubeheer (algemeen)
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Results of a study on the impact of farm programs on cropping patterns and fertilizer/chemical use in the US corn belt. The area planted to corn and soybean has increased by about 12% and fertilizer and chemical use increased by about 18%. It is argued that a limited land payment program (LLP) would be neutral in its effect on the environment while helping to preserve family farms and rural communities
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