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Decomposing the size effect on the adoption of innovations: agrobiotechnology and precision agriculture
- Abstract: This paper examines the factors that influence the adoption of two emerging agricultural technologies, genetically engineered crops and precision agriculture in corn and soybean production, and contrasts the relative influence of various factors on the adoption decision for these two technologies, with special emphasis on the role of farm size.
Fernandez-Cornejo, J. , Daberkow, S. , McBride, W.D.
Zea mays , Glycine max , biotechnology , genetic engineering , precision agriculture , innovation adoption , crop production , farm size , decision making , probabilistic models , farm surveys
- Includes references
- Agbioforum 2001. v. 4 (2)
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