A Binary Logit Analysis of Factors Impacting Adoption of Genetically Modified Cotton
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"Simultaneous Adoption of Herbicide-Resistant and Conservation-Tillage Cotton Technologies,"
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KeywordsAgricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS); binary logit model; conservation tillage; cotton; genetically modified seed; herbicide-resistant cotton; jackknife procedure; refuge cotton; stacked-gene cotton; technology adoption; Crop Production/Industries;
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