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10/23/2017

 

New plant cultivars are developed in both the private and public sector. Much of the work done in the private sector is focused corn, soy, and other high-value crops. Researchers in...

10/20/2017

 

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) production in U.S. is concentrated in the Southeast, with Georgia being the largest producer. Peanut is typically rotated with cotton (...

10/18/2017

 

The popularity of online learning is increasing rapidly. Both instructors and students seem to be attracted to the greater flexibility that online courses offer. However, it is...

10/16/2017

 

Optimizing nitrogen (N) fertilization is important to improve corn yield and to reduce N losses to the environment. However, economic optimum nitrogen rate (EONR) is variable and...

10/13/2017

 

Watershed management across the US needs to evaluate the importance of both external and internal sources of phosphorus, especially where external sources are being reduced.

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10/11/2017

 

Corn residue is a source of soil organic carbon in row cropping systems in the Midwest. Farmers apply liquid nitrogen (N) to corn residue after harvest, assuming it will increase...

10/9/2017

 

Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), a historically dominant species in the Pacific Northwest, is the primary tree harvested and re-planted throughout forested regions of...

10/6/2017

 

Genomic selection has the potential to greatly increase the rate of genetic gain in plant breeding programs. However, it is unclear how to cost-effectively implement genomic...

10/4/2017

 

A dense and healthy lawn is capable of retaining properly-applied nitrogen fertilizer with minimal nutrient loss to the environment.  In Texas and much of the southern United...

10/2/2017

 

Peas have been part of the human diet for millennia, proving to be an important source of protein, carbohydrates, and several micronutrients. It’s not just their nutritional...

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