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Soil Conditioners -- A Problem or A Solution?

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Title: Soil Conditioners -- A Problem or A Solution?
Author: Bauder, J. W.
Description: Within the past decade the demand for increased efficiency in agricultural production has increased many fold. This increased demand is the result of several socio-economic and technological developments. Probably the most significant single development has been the international control and regulation of petroleum products and more specifically machinery fuel. The increased costs of management that have resulted from rising fuel costs have naturally been reflected in the increased concern and awareness for resource use efficiency. As a means of counteracting increased management costs, farmers and ranchers are continuously revising and up-grading production practices to include the most efficient management schemes.
Date: 1976
Subject: Soil
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9745

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