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5/29/2017

 

Because organic crop producers generally do not utilize herbicides, they have historically had limited access to conservation tillage practices that help retain soil organic carbon...

5/26/2017

 

Understanding the cycle of nitrogen and carbon in water ecosystems is critical to estimating human impacts on these cycles. Although water ecosystems are capable of recycling...

5/24/2017

 

Ecological research suggests greater species diversity can offer more ecosystem services in a variety of ecosystems. But how can this idea be applied in agroecosystems, which have...

5/22/2017

 

The idea of exploring space, including extended human missions and the potential for future bases on the Moon, Mars, or elsewhere are not just science fiction. With the recent...

5/12/2017

 

Turfgrass tissue analysis can play an important role in developing nutrient management plans.  Current interpretations are similar to those utilized in agronomic crops where...

5/12/2017

 

Understanding the fate of nitrogen applied to soil is vitally important if we are to improve its agronomic use efficiency and reduce its negative effects on the environment. ...

5/12/2017

 

Continuous cropping systems without rotations or cover crops are perceived as unsustainable for long-term yield and soil health. Continuous systems, defined as continually producing...

5/12/2017

 

Laboratory accuracy and precision are essential for scientific research in order to obtain reliable and repeatable results on which scientific and other decisions are based. ...

5/10/2017

 

Bioactive compounds in pepper are associated with several health benefits. While consumers are looking for foods more nutritionally and functionally rich, growers want high-yielding...

5/8/2017

 

Sediment is the number one pollutant in U.S. waterways. Over grazing can increase soil erosion from pastures as well as sediment loading into aquatic systems. Grazing management and...

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