2005 Annual Report

2005 Annual Report

2005 Annual Report

Before adopting promising new agricultural strategies—such as diversified, profitable crop rotations, innovative pest management measures, or raising meat for unique markets—producers want evidence of success. That's why the 2005 SARE Highlights, a 16-page publication from the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program, features a dozen of practical, profit-enhancing ideas that have been researched and tested at universities and on farms and ranches.

This edition includes profiles from around the country of using rotations to improve crops, building soil health, community development, adding value, integrated pest management, organic farming, business planning and agroforestry.

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