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8/30/2017

 

The bacteria from cattle feces are important in agricultural systems. They help cycle nutrients, emit gaseous, sometimes odorous, compounds, contribute to the animal’s health...

8/28/2017

 

The search for alternative sources of energy to limited fossil fuels has turned attention to sorghum as a potential dedicated bioenergy crop. Sorghum hybrids can provide biomass or...

8/25/2017

 

Wildland fire is a natural part of forest ecosystems in the Great Lakes region. In wilderness areas like Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area (BWCWA) of the Superior National...

8/23/2017

 

Researchers estimate between $60 to $400 in yield losses per acre occur in the Texas High Plains alone due to wheat streak mosaic virus or WSMV infection. But the losses go far...

8/21/2017

 

The Comprehensive Assessment of Soil Health (CASH) test has been offered since 2006 and provides a measurement of 15 physical, biological, and chemical soil properties. Measured...

8/18/2017

 

Grass-legume mixtures have long been considered viable alternatives to nitrogen-fertilized grass monocultures. There is little information on effects of seed mass ratios on...

8/16/2017

 

Being sessile, plants have always been overshadowed by the more active members of the animal kingdom, despite their remarkable ability to thrive in diverse and hostile environments...

8/14/2017

 

With more than 5,000 craft breweries in operation in the U.S. and more opening every month, breweries need to find ways to stand out from the crowd. Some do this by pushing the...

8/11/2017

 

Intensive deer farming can cause environmental issues, mainly by its impact on soils and water quality. In particular, there is a risk to the microbial quality of water, as high...

8/9/2017

 

Renewable fuel standards put in place by the federal government set requirements that sustainable biomass sources be used for ethanol production. Switchgrass is a native, perennial...

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