The Spread and Extent of Irrigation in South Carolina by Crop Group from 1997 to 2012
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Templeton, Scott R.
Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service
Farmers in South Carolina and elsewhere irrigate to increase their yields. Farmers also irrigate to reduce their risks, some of which depend on climatic variability. Have the number of irrigators increased and has irrigation also spread in South Carolina during 1997-2012? What has been the spread and extent of irrigation by groups of crops during the same period? Answers to these questions in this report are based on data from the four, most recent Censuses of Agriculture.
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