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|Title:||A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Variable Rate Defoliation of Cotton in the Namoi Valley, NSW, March to May 2006|
|Abstract:||The cost-benefit analysis of 43 fields of cotton defoliated using at least one pass with variable rate chemical application, showed significant benefits for the farmers involved. The average savings in chemicals when compared to what would otherwise have been applied was $11.82/ha. The farmer was able to save, on average, 25% of his chemical bill. In most situations this savings in chemicals more than covered the cost of the Belt-Wide Agriculture service ($10/ha) and left around $4.23/ha in the farmers pocket.|
|Appears in Collections:||2006 Australian Cotton Conference|
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