Biological control — whether you’re talking about biochemicals, microbial products, beneficials, or even the relatively new category of […]
With the help of five-year, $5 million USDA grant, stakeholders will learn what it takes to better preserve precious resource.
Tri-County Agricultural Area projects to share $1.5 million in funding for continued conservation and nutrient management.
WOTUS could be on the way out after an executive order calls for a top-to-bottom review.
Cornell University’s standard soil health test uses physical and biological indicators to determine how you can better serve your soil and, ultimately, your crop.
The long-term benefits of having field-specific information on soil biological and physical processes are discussed by Cornell University’s Thomas Bjorkman.
Genetic research intends to develop varieties with enhanced nutrient uptake.
Growers, researchers working to reduce phosphorus loads in Everglades Ag Area.
Making good use of data and a focus on efficiency are critical in sustainable agricultural operations.
The plan sets the framework to achieve widespread adoption of adaptive soil health systems on more than 50% of U.S. cropland by 2025.
Research compares the effects between poly-coated urea and regular urea on sweet corn growth.
Rita Abi-Ghanem of Bio Huma Netics, a supplier of agricultural liquid fertilizers and specialty products, will serve on the committee’s Science Advisory Board.
Biodiversity is increasingly recognized as critical to long-term agricultural sustainability in a world with shrinking available arable land.
Soil health experts gain ground on standardized measurements and identify future research needs.
In the wake of an algal bloom disaster, growers need to be prepared, proactive, and farm smart. There is much at stake.
Despite record rainfall, producers in the Everglades Agricultural Area again exceed phosphorus reduction standards.
Cover crops are now far more prescriptive; they are not just a good idea with some minor erosion control benefits.