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Impact of energy cost of irrigated production, High Plains of Texas



Impact of energy cost of irrigated production, High Plains of Texas



Proceedings of AAEA Meeting July/August 1977:



Irrigation well cost data and value of water in crop production were used to estimate price of electricity to equate net returns from irrigated and dryland production.

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