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Cropping diversity along the United States - Canada border of the Great Plains has not been dominated by either country. U.S. wheat policies impacted diversity in both countries through price and in the U.S. by acreage reduction programs. In the 1990s, cropping diversity increased in Canada and declined in the U.S. Since the 1996 U.S. Farm Bill, cropping diversity has increased in the U.S.

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