The Neely-Kinyon Long-term Agroecological Research (LTAR) site was established in 1998 to study the long-term effects of organic production in Iowa. Treatments at the LTAR site, replicated four times in a completely randomized design, include the following rotations: conventional Corn-Soybean (C-S), organic Corn-Soybean-Oats/Alfalfa (C-SO/A), organic Corn-Soybean-Oats/AlfalfaAlfalfa (C-S-O/A-A), and organic CornSoybean-Corn-Oats/Alfalfa (C-SB-C-O/A).
Keywords: Horticulture, Agronomy
How to Cite:
Delate, K. & Glasener, A. P. & Beach, R., (2015) “Comparison of Organic and Conventional Crops at the Neely-Kinyon Long-term Agroecological Research Site”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2014(1).