Using input-output models: Estimating economic impact of increasing irrigated farming in colusa county
AuthorsJohn W. Mamer
George E. Goldman
L. T. Wallace
Hilgardia 28(3):3-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v028n03p3. March 1974.
THE USE of input-output models to analyze resource choices was discussed in California Agriculture (May 1973). This article briefly describes the application of input-output to estimating the economic impact of expanding irrigated farming in Colusa County.
Also in this issue:Agriculture and water quality
Controlling powdery mildew in outdoor roses
Mechanical pollination of date palms
Usefulness of market calves heterozygous for double muscling gene
Rapid, uniform warming of cannery pears
Sprinkling for dust suppression in a cattle feedlot
Feeding value of walnut meal for turkey poults
Casca chinensis, an internal parasite of California red scale