The question of growing food in changing climate is one we all need to be asking. We all eat. Predictions illustrate that climate change could cause irrigated wheat yields in […]
Pelletized Biochar as a Carrier for AM Fungi in the On- Farm System of Inoculum Production in Compost and Vermiculite Mixtures
Authored by David D. Douds Jr.1, Joe Lee1, Joe Uknalis1, Akwasi A. Boateng1 & Christine Ziegler-Ulsh2 Abstract On farm production of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi is suitable for vegetable and […]
Influence of Topping Pruning Practice on Growth and Development of Industrial Hemp (Cannabis Sativa L.) in Southern California
This study investigates the effects of topping pruning on industrial hemp growth and biomass production at our Regional Resource Center in Southern California.
Organic farmers invest so much in their most valuable resource, healthy soil, yet they often undermine their investment by tilling it too frequently. “We spend a great deal of time, […]
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