CRoPS, the Crop Rotation Planning System for Whole-farm Planning
CRoPS is a computer program that selects crop rotations for each field on individual farms, ensuring that the combined crop rotations, i.e. the whole-farm plan, meets the production and financial needs of farmers, while also implementing sound environmental practices.
This project is a joint effort between the Information Systems and Insect Studies (ISIS) lab of Virginia Tech and the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service.
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