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|Title: ||Factors Influencing the Selection of Precision Farming Information Sources by Cotton Producers|
|Authors: ||Jenkins, Amanda|
Velandia, Margarita M.
Lambert, Dayton M.
Roberts, Roland K.
Larson, James A.
English, Burton C.
Martin, Steven W.
|Authors (Email): ||Velandia, Margarita (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Issue Date: ||2011-08|
|Abstract: ||Precision farming information demanded by cotton producers is provided by various suppliers, including consultants, farm input dealerships, University Extension systems, and media sources. Factors associated with the decisions to select among information sources to search for precision farming information are analyzed using a multivariate probit regression accounting
for correlation among the different selection decisions. Factors influencing these decisions are age, education, and income. These findings should be valuable to precision farming information providers who may be able to better meet their target clientele needs.|
|Institution/Association: ||Agricultural and Resource Economics Review> Volume 40, Number 2, August 2011|
|Total Pages: ||14|
|From Page: ||307|
|To Page: ||320|
|Collections:||Volume 40, Number 2, August 2011|
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