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Agricultural competitiveness, farm fertilizer and chemical use, and environmental quality: a descriptive analysis


, : Agricultural competitiveness, farm fertilizer and chemical use, and environmental quality: a descriptive analysis. Agricultural competitiveness, farm fertilizer and chemical use, and environmental quality: a descriptive analysis: vi + 79pp. + app.

New environmental laws, particularly in the field of agricultural chemicals application, may significantly affect the cost of farm production which will have implications for the competitiveness of US agriculture in the world markets. This report reviews alternative public policies and private practices that maintain agricultural producers' competitive edge, while reducing the negative impacts of agriculture on the environment.

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