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Precision conservation in North AmericaAuthor(s): J.A. Delgado; C.A. Cox; F.J. Pierce; M.G. Dosskey
Source: Journal of Soil and Water Conservation: 340-341
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionPopulation growth and increasing demands on water resources make effective soil and water conservation essential to sustaining agricultural production and environmental quality.
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CitationDelgado, J.A.; Cox, C.A.; Pierce, F.J.; Dosskey, M.G. 2005. Precision conservation in North America. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation: 340-341
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