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2011 Corn Pest Risk Survey Results


  • Scott Fausti

    () (Deparment of Economics South Dakota State University)

  • Jonathan Lundgren

    (US Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service)

  • Emmanuel Opoku

    (Deparment of Economics South Dakota State University)


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  • Scott Fausti & Jonathan Lundgren & Emmanuel Opoku, 2012. "2011 Corn Pest Risk Survey Results," Issue Briefs 2011539, South Dakota State University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:sda:ibrief:2011539

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    1. Fausti, Scott, 2011. "Corn Pest Risk Survey Results (South Dakota)," Issue Briefs 2011528, South Dakota State University, Department of Economics.
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