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000260147 245__ $$aEconomic Performance of Organic Cropping Systems for Vegetables in the Northeast
000260147 260__ $$c2011
000260147 269__ $$a2011
000260147 336__ $$aJournal Article
000260147 520__ $$aThis article provides an economic analysis comparing the profitability and land management capability of four different organic cropping systems designed for vegetable production in the Northeast. Integrated crop budgets were developed to document both receipts and production costs for each system. Using field-level data from trials between 2005 and 2009, we found that individual crops respond differently to the different systems, and that the high intensity system producing six cash crops generated the greatest economic returns. Subsequent sensitivity analyses were performed across a range of key parameters, and the results indicated that profitability was most impacted by yields and crop prices.
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000260147 546__ $$aEnglish
000260147 650__ $$aFarm Management
000260147 6531_ $$acropping systems 
000260147 6531_ $$aeconomic analysis 
000260147 6531_ $$aorganic production 
000260147 6531_ $$asustainable agriculture 
000260147 6531_ $$avegetables
000260147 700__ $$aChan, Stephanie
000260147 700__ $$aCaldwell, Brian A.
000260147 700__ $$aRickard, Bradley J.
000260147 700__ $$aMohler, Charles L.
000260147 720__ $$aEpperson, James$$eeditor
000260147 720__ $$aEscalante, Cesar$$eeditor
000260147 773__ $$jVolume 29$$kNumber 1$$o81$$q61$$tJournal of Agribusiness
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