Quantification of the Impacts on US Agriculture of Biotechnology-Derived Crops Planted in 2005. Sankula, S. 2006.
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[From Introduction] The purpose of this report is to document the changes that occurred during the 2005 planting season, quantify the impacts of these changes, and update the impact estimates of biotechnology-derived crops planted in 2005. This report attempts to provide an economic perspective and establish the basis to understand why American farmers have embraced biotechnology and are likely to continue to do so. Other impacts on production practices such as tillage are also discussed.
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