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Technological advances have enabled researchers from various disciplines to collect more detailed data on biogeochemical transformations and cycles. One of these advances is the use of synchrotron rad...
November 3, 2017
Cotton leaf grade values significantly increase with remnants of leaf and bract materials in cotton lint. Higher cotton leaf grade values have a detrimental impact on the entire United States cotton i...
November 3, 2017
ASA, SSSA, and AAAS Fellow Terry J. Logan, a beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away unexpectedly in Sarasota, FL on 20 Aug. 2017. He will be greatly missed by family and friends and rem...
November 3, 2017
Remote sensing was not envisioned more than a century ago when ASA was formed. However, scientists and growers at that time used their eyesight to provide qualitative assessments of crop characteristi...
November 3, 2017
Even though research generally has bipartisan support, with shrinking budgets and competing agendas, funding for research programs like those at the USDA and the National Science Foundation often get...
November 3, 2017
The Career Center (www.careerplacement.org) promotes and encourages opportunities in the agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences and serves as a clearinghouse for resumes and job listings. E...
November 3, 2017
The deadline for Career Center listings is the first of the month preceding publication (e.g., 1 March for the April issue). Charges are based on the number of characters and whether or not the listin...
November 3, 2017
Is it time to make an impact on the international stage? This is a question that many early career members might be asking themselves. Some may assume that the time for contributing to international r...
November 3, 2017
Knowledge about the soil nitrogen (N) supply potential of fields or areas within fields is essential for improving N management. Previous work in New York has shown the usefulness of the Illinois soil...
November 3, 2017
Worldwide, sorghum is among the top-five cereal grains in both production and acreage, making it a key crop for food security. Sorghum bicolor is the most commonly cultivated of the 25 species within...
November 3, 2017