HOW DO FARMERS WHO ADOPT MULTIPLE CONSERVATION PRACTICES DIFFER FROM THEIR NEIGHBORS?
Bharat Mani Upadhyay,
Douglas L. Young,
H. Holly Wang and
Philip Wandschneider ()
No 36658, 2002 Annual Meeting, July 28-31, 2002, Long Beach, California from Western Agricultural Economics Association
This study analyses three key conservation practices adoption behavior for 266 farmers in eastern Washington. Results revealed (1) that multiple practice adopters contrast more sharply with non-adopters than do adopters of a single practice, and (2) single practice adopters differ more from zero practice adopters than from other farmers.
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