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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...

2/15/2017

 

Farmers and ranchers send soil and crop samples to commercial laboratories for chemical tests that measure nutrient concentrations as well as protein, fiber, and carbohydrates that...

2/13/2017

 

Corn (Zea mays L.) residue provides a simple and economical practice to integrate crops and livestock.  Corn residue is used for grazing, livestock bedding,...

2/10/2017

 

Growing premium wine grapes requires the right soil and climate. An ideal combination occurs in parts of California where the majority of the wine grapes in the United States are...

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