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Unpublished Paper
Potential economic, environmental benefits of narrow strip intercropping
Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports
  • Richard M. Cruse, Iowa State University
  • Douglas Karlen, United States Department of Agriculture
  • Kenneth J. Moore, Iowa State University
Project ID
Since its establishment in 1989, the Cropping Systems interdisciplinary research issue team has worked to develop a cropping system that is more environmentally sustainable than cur­ rent cropping approaches but just as favorable economically. The team's work to date has focused on the strip intercropping concept.
Principal Investigator(s)
Richard M. Cruse, Douglas L. Karlen, Kenneth J. Moore
Year of Grant Completion
Citation Information
Richard M. Cruse, Douglas Karlen and Kenneth J. Moore. "Potential economic, environmental benefits of narrow strip intercropping" (1995)
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