Record nummer 884795
Titel artikel The role of planting flexibility and the acreage reduction program in encouraging sustainable agriculture practices
Auteur(s) Huang, W.-Y. ; Daberkow, S.G.
Tijdschrifttitel Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 7([1996])1
Paginering 63 - 79
Annotatie(s) 2 figs.; 3 tabs.; 10 refs.; Summary (en)
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Trefwoorden (cab) landbouw / subsidies / premies / regelingen / econometrie / landbouwbeleid / groene revolutie / economie / duurzaamheid (sustainability) / natuurlijke hulpbronnen / hulpbronnengebruik / bescherming / herstel / econometrische modellen / wiskundige modellen / teeltsystemen / bedrijfsresultaten in de landbouw / rentabiliteit / graansoorten / voedselgewassen / nebraska
Rubrieken Economische situatie (algemeen) / Alternatieve Landbouw
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Analysis of the interrelationship between the Acreage Reduction Program (ARP) and the Normal Flex Acres (NFA; the percentage of crop acreage base not receiving a deficiency payment) in the USA. Using a profit-maximizing economic model for a representative western cornbelt farm in Nebraska, an assessment was made of the impact of ARP and NFA on farm program participation, farm income, crop diversity, government payments, and the environment
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