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But in the long-run the real hope for irrigated farming is increased agricultural exports and ample energy supplies to agriculture. Higher exports promise farmers higher returns for their output which more than offset high energy prices. The study shows clearly that a major part of higher exports must come from irrigated farm ing and increased fertilization, both of which are very energy intensive operations. S. S. farm products would experience higher commodity prices under an energy re duction and/or high energy prices.
Agriculture and energy by William Lockeretz