2 edition of Changes in technology and labor requirements in crop production: corn found in the catalog.
Changes in technology and labor requirements in crop production: corn
Loring K. Macy
in Philadelphia, Pa
Written in English
|Statement||by Loring K. Macy, Lloyd E. Arnold, and Eugene G. McKibben. Works Progress Administration, National Research Project.|
|Series||National Research Project on Reemployment Opportunities and Recent Changes in Industrial Techniques. Studies of changing techniques and employment in agriculture. [Report no. A-5]|
|Contributions||Arnold, Lloyd E., Joint author., McKibben, Eugene G. 1895-|
|LC Classifications||S441 .N3 no. A-5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 181 p.|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||a 41004356|
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Get this from a library. Changes in technology and labor requirements in crop production: corn. [Loring K Macy; Lloyd E Arnold; Eugene G McKibben; National Research Project on Reemployment Opportunities and Recent Changes in Industrial Techniques (U.S.); United States.
Works Progress Administration.]. Changes in Technology and Labor Requirements in Crop Production: Corn. Works Progress Administration, National Research Project, Report No. A-5, Philadelphia,Cited by: Box 4, Folder 3 Changes in Technology and Labor Requirements in Crop Production: Potatoes, by Harry E.
Knowlton, Robert B. Elwood, and Eugene G. McKibben, Report No. A-4, Box 4, Folder 3 Changes in Technology and Labor Requirements on Crop Production: Corn, by Loring K.
Macy, Lloyd E. Arnold, and Eugene E. McKibben, Report No. A-5, T. The fact that the supply of farmland in the United States is essentially fixed makes land prices and rental rates less responsive to changes in crop prices and production technology than prices of variable inputs such as pesticides.
Putting together an ideal machinery system is not easy. Equipment that works best one year may not work well the next because of changes in weather conditions or crop production practices.
Improvements in design may make older equipment obsolete. And, the number of acres being farmed or the amount of labor available may change. Corn is the most widely produced feed grain in the United States (U.S.), accounting for more than 95 percent of total production and use.
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The crop production index (PIN) is the sum of crop commodities produced (after deductions of quantities used as seed and feed). It is weighted by the commodity prices. The FAO explains the construction of the PIN in detail here.
The idea for this chart is taken from Ausubel, Wernick, and Waggoner (). AGRICULTURAL CROP PRODUCTION 37K to 12 – Technology and Livelihood EducationDirection: Enumerate answers to the following:Give at least (3) examples of farm inputsEnumerate (7) farm activities that requires labor force1.
TING FARM INPUTS AND LABOR REQUIREMENTSSPECIFIC INSTRUCTION In economics, factors of production, resources, or inputs are what is used in the production process to produce output—that is, finished goods and services.
The utilized amounts of the various inputs determine the quantity of output according to the relationship called the production are three basic resources or factors of production: land, labour and capital.
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For years, the price of corn has risen and technology advances continue to find new ways to use the popular grain grown by hardworking corn farmers. Most of the U.S.
corn crop comes from corn farms in the Midwest with Iowa and Illinois growing a third of the total corn crop : Anna Mcconnell. This publication is a joint effort of the seven disciplines that comprise the Georgia Vegetable Team. It is comprised of 14 topics on tomato, including history of tomato production, cultural practices, pest management, harvesting, handling and marketing.
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