Impact of the Adoption of Less Tillage Practices on Overall Efficiency
This paper evaluated the impact of the adoption of less tillage practices on the overall efficiency of a sample of Kansas farms. The paper also explored the relationship between overall efficiency, farm size, and less tillage. Farms that have adopted less tillage practices were relatively more efficient.
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