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4/26/2017

 

The United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, coordinates the region-wide testing of advanced experimental breeding lines of wheat and other crop...

4/24/2017

 

Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are usually the first thing to come to mind when talking about greenhouse gases, but there is a suite of greenhouse gases of concern. One...

4/21/2017

 

Vernal pools are shallow ponds during the rainy season, but are completely dry in the summer. They are noted for their unique flora and fauna. Soils are critical to the hydrologic...

4/19/2017

 

Biological N fixation (BNF) alone in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) crops is efficient as N source to the soybean crop at yield levels up to 3,800 kg ha-1. However, for...

4/17/2017

 

Networked research sites are increasingly used to study regional land management impacts on carbon and water fluxes. However, key national networks lack contributions from the Lower...

4/14/2017

 

In November of 2014, an unassuming story appeared in the pages of National Geographic magazine. Little more than a blurb, the modest article promised big things....

4/12/2017

 

Specialty crops like wine grapes thrive across a heterogeneous array of soils in California’s Mediterranean climate. In vineyards, alleys and vine rows are managed separately...

4/10/2017

 

Passive biological treatment systems, which include treatment wetlands, are an increasingly utilized, low-maintenance option to treat mine waters and reduce their widespread impacts...

4/7/2017

 

Ammonia volatilization from surface-applied urea is the nitrogen loss pathway of primary concern in direct-seeded, delayed-flood rice (Oryza sativa L.). Rainfall following...

4/5/2017

 

Preferential flow is broadly defined as the channeling of water and solutes through a small fraction of the pore space in the vadose zone. Among other consequences, preferential...

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