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For example, many years ago in western Iowa, continuous cropping of maize resulted in approximately a 24-bushel-per-acre yield. The introduction of a four-course rotation of first year red clover, second year red clover, third year maize, and fourth year oats resulted in a fourfold increase in yield of maize. The yields of the other crops were a bonus. Other benefits of rotations can be erosion, disease, and/or insect control. Since rotations are one form of multiple cropping, the latter also has a long history.

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