EQIP in The United States

The United States

Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) practice suite payments in the United States, 1997-2015

Practice: Crop Residue Management

Practice Definition: Managing the amount, orientation and distribution of crop and other plant residues on the soil surface year-round, while growing crops in narrow slots, or tilled or residue free strips in soil previously untilled by full-width inversion implements.

Fiscal YearContractsPayments
1998213$212,215
1999573$718,410
2000977$1,382,474
20011,624$2,310,740
20022,421$3,557,657
20033,300$6,286,282
20045,020$11,390,972
20057,255$20,509,397
20069,750$31,104,244
200710,096$37,026,000
20089,049$39,336,517
20096,677$32,414,138
20105,016$28,146,799
20114,096$25,572,287
20123,363$20,081,313
20132,902$17,543,866
20142,584$15,862,953
20152,495$13,957,344
 

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