Revisiting Days Suitable for Fieldwork Relative to Global Climate Cycles
Tyler Mark (),
Jeremy D'Antoni and
Terry Griffin ()
No 162512, 2014 Annual Meeting, February 1-4, 2014, Dallas, Texas from Southern Agricultural Economics Association
ENSO is a climatic phenomenon that influences global weather patterns. The objective of this 4 paper is to assess the impact it has on DSFW. DSFW fluctuations impact an operator’s 5 equipment purchases, planting/harvesting decisions, and profitability. Results indicated that 6 DSFW is inversely related to El Niño cycles for states analyzed.
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