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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location

ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are  the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you  to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research  project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Food Animal Production (NP #101)
Improved Practices to Conserve Air Quality, Maintain Animal Productivity, and Enhance Use of Manure and Soil Nutrients of Cattle Production Systems for the Southern Great Plains
(In-House Appropriated)
Water Availability and Water Management (NP #211)
Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production
(In-House Appropriated)
Development and Integration of Nmr Based Soil Water Sensor
(Cooperative Agreement)
Increasing Crop Water Use Efficiency Through SCADA Control of Variable Rate Irrigation Systems Using Plant and Soil Sensor Feedback
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Resilience and Vulnerability of Beef Cattle Production in the Southern Great Plains under Changing Climate, Land Use, and Markets
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-KSU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-TAMU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-TTU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-WTAMU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Soil and Air (NP #212)
Improved Practices to Conserve Air Quality, Maintain Animal Productivity, and Enhance Use of Manure and Soil Nutrients of Cattle Production Systems for the Southern Great Plains
(In-House Appropriated)
Development and Integration of Nmr Based Soil Water Sensor
(Cooperative Agreement)
Increasing Crop Water Use Efficiency Through SCADA Control of Variable Rate Irrigation Systems Using Plant and Soil Sensor Feedback
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Resilience and Vulnerability of Beef Cattle Production in the Southern Great Plains under Changing Climate, Land Use, and Markets
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-KSU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-TAMU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-TTU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Water Management to Sustain the Economic Activity from the Ogallala Aquifer on the Southern High Plains-WTAMU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Agricultural and Industrial Byproducts (NP #214)
Decreasing Greenhouse Gas Emission from Beef Cattle Production in the Southern Great Plains
(Cooperative Agreement)
Cooperative Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee for the USDA Bushland Conservation and Production Research Laboratory
(Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement)
Resilience and Vulnerability of Beef Cattle Production in the Southern Great Plains under Changing Climate, Land Use and Markets
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Improving the Nutrient Use Efficiency and Decreasing the Potential Environmental Impact of Beef Finishing on the Southern High Plains
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Agricultural System Competitiveness and Sustainability (NP #216)
Precipitation and Irrigation Management to Optimize Profits from Crop Production
(In-House Appropriated)
Last Modified: 09/21/2017
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