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Potential Farm-Level Impacts Of Proposed Fqpa Implementation: The Tennessee Case

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  • Ray, Daryll E.
  • Slinsky, Stephen P.
  • Torre Ugarte, Daniel de la
  • Tiller, Kelly

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This research estimates farm-level impacts of a potential ban on organophosphates and carbamates under the FQPA. Insecticide expenditure and first- and fifth-year yield impacts are estimated for five Tennessee representative farms. Results indicate that within five years, the ban could reduce net farm income on Tennessee farms by 16 to 46 percent.

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  • Ray, Daryll E. & Slinsky, Stephen P. & Torre Ugarte, Daniel de la & Tiller, Kelly, 1999. "Potential Farm-Level Impacts Of Proposed Fqpa Implementation: The Tennessee Case," 1999 Annual meeting, August 8-11, Nashville, TN 21654, American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association).
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