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784. Bevan, R., W.W. Pawson and O.L. Brough. 1962. A comparison of cropping systems for the Washington - Idaho Palouse area.. ID Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. #390.
T: yield, production cost, net income

4484. Michalson, E.L.. 1987. Tillage and cropping systems alternatives: Economics and productivity. p. 437-446.. IN: L.F. Elliott (ed.). STEEP - Conservation Concepts and Accomplishments. WSU Publications..
In most cases farmers would face cost increases by adopting conservation practices. This provides a rational for state/federal intervention to offset costs. The economic emphasis of soil conservation has shifted from the value of tons of soil to the farmer to the cost of tons of sediment to the public. T: Economic comparison of winter wheat/spring pea rotation with winter wheat/spring barley/spring pea rotation. Economic comparison of conventional vs. no-till on a 3000 acre summer fallow wheat farm in southwest Idaho. Estimated income above the variable costs, per yield levels.

6957. USDA. 1978. Palouse cooperative river basin study.. SCS, FS, ESCS - USDA.
Excellent summary of soil erosion problem and possible management approaches in the Palouse; extensive data on land use, soil erosion, future scenarios; history of agriculture in the area; bibliography.

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