Examination of a study that was established in 2004 designed to evaluate the sensor-based technologies and typical yield goal based management practices.
The equipment, variety, rotation, soil, disease, insects, weeds and economics involved with and needed in the decision to operate a no-till wheat production.
Having a beautiful growing landscape begins with learning the basics of what makes a healthy soil.
Growers must be educated in order to properly identify diseases and implement appropriate controls.
The steps, methods and timing for application of biosolids as a plant nutrient source.
Test results, their interpretation and a general recommendation on suitability of the water for irrigation use and how that effect water quality.
A general summary of soil organic matter and the traits that control build-up.
The benefits and challenges of using sunn hemp as a summer cover crop in Oklahoma.