About Us | Help Videos | Contact Us | Subscriptions
 

ACSESS DL News

3/10/2017

 

Farmers use “green manure” to protect soil, fix nitrogen, and scavenge nutrients when cash crops are not present. These cover crops can also reduce weeds and act as a...

3/8/2017

 

Soil erosion is a worldwide problem causing severe land degradation and surface water quality deterioration.  To effectively control soil erosion, distributed soil erosion...

3/6/2017

 

Spelt (T. aestivum ssp. spelta) is an old hulled wheat currently receiving renewed interest of consumers, bakers, millers, and farmers. Research is necessary to...

3/3/2017

 

Most of microbial quality regulations and assessments for fresh waters use the Escherichia coli as an indicator of fecal contamination that may bring to water microbes...

3/1/2017

 

Historically, field trials have served as the predominant method to assess yield impacts of farm management practices.  As the amount of data produced by farm operations has...

2/27/2017

 

Four million metric tons of phosphate fertilizer are applied annually to U.S. agricultural soils, but less than 40% is taken up by most crops. AVAIL copolymer is a fertilizer...

2/24/2017

 

Farmers around the world are considering dry direct seeding of rice which not only reduces labor and time involved in land preparation but also sustains rice production in rainfed...

2/22/2017

 

Characterization of the vulnerability of water bodies to pollution from natural and anthropogenic sources requires understanding the relationship between land use and water quality...

2/20/2017

 

Changing climate conditions will impact urban and rural communities worldwide. Agriculture may be particularly sensitive to rapid changes in climate and extreme weather events....

2/17/2017

 

High biomass sorghum could potentially produce high yields in the U.S. Midwest with minimal fertilizer inputs. However, little is known about its yield response, N uptake, nitrogen...

Syndicate content