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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Production System Components
item Milled industrial beet color kinetics and total soluble solid contents by image analysis (Dec 2014)
item Sustainable intensification by managing microbial communities and processes in agroecosystems (Nov 2014)
item Cover cropping impacts on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil aggregation (Nov 2014)
item Establishment and yield of perennial grass monocultures and binary mixtures for bioenergy in North Dakota (Sep 2014)
item Reduction in a commercial potato irrigation schedule during tuber bulking in Florida: Physiological, Yield, and Quality effects (Aug 2014)
item Agronomic responses to late-seeded cover crops in a semiarid region (Aug 2014)
item Simulating soil organic carbon change in oilseed cropping systems in North Dakota (Jul 2014)
item Simulating soil organic carbon change in oilseed cropping systems in North Dakota (Jul 2014)
item Phosphorus in China's intensive vegetable production systems: over-fertilization,soil enrichment, and enviromental implications (Jun 2014)
item Influence of salt stress on growth and antioxidant responses of two malus species at callus and plantlet stages (Jun 2014)
item Growing Spartina pectinata in previously farmed prairie wetlands for economic and ecological benefits (Jun 2014)
item Machine vision analysis for industrial beet color change kinetics and total soluble solid content (May 2014)
item Crop residue harvest economics: An Iowa and North Dakota case study (Apr 2014)
item Perennial crop phase effects on soil fertility (Mar 2014)
item Glyphosate carryover in seed potato: effects on mother crop and daughter tubers (Jan 2014)
item Glyphosate carryover in seed potato: effects on mother crop and daughter tubers (Jan 2014)
item Profitable prairie restoration: The EcoSun Prairie Farm experiment (Jan 2014)
item Potato germplasm evaluation for phosphorus uptake efficiency (Dec 2013)
item Current state of weed management in organic and conventional cropping systems (Dec 2013)
item Engineered carbon (biochar) prepared by direct pyrolysis of Mg-accumulated tomato tissues: Characterization and phosphate removal potential (Mar 2013)
Last Modified: 9/20/2013
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