Trends in U.S. Irrigated Agriculture: Increasing Resilience Under Water Supply Scarcity
Aaron Hrozencik and
No 327359, Economic Information Bulletin from United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service
Irrigated agriculture is a critically important component of the U.S. farm economy. Irrigated production expanded significantly over the last century, as public reclamation policy and technological innovations opened new lands to irrigated production.
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