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Economic comparison of farming systems with alternative weed management strategies: a case study approach

Economic comparison of farming systems with alternative weed management strategies: a case study approach

Agricultural Economics and Business Bulletin ( 93/04): 68pp.

This publication compiles resource usage, crop yield and financial data for weed management in field crops (with special emphasis on maize, beans and autumn cereal grains) for three farming systems representing different levels of dependence on herbicides under Ontario farming conditions.

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