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A theoretical model with simulations is used to demonstrate that acreage diversions in the presence of asset fixities and input substitution can decrease pesticide use and could dominate price support effects. Significant negative effects of acreage diversions are found for soybean herbicide and cotton insecticide quality and quantity demand from an econometric model.

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