When Crops Eat First: Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers for Improved Nitrogen Management
NC State researchers investigate if enhanced efficiency fertilizers (EEFs) could benefit both farm profitability and the environment.
Crop and Soil Science Seminar – Dr. Sarah Lyons
Dr. Sarah Lyons Postdoctoral Research Associate, Crop and Soil Sciences Fertilizer Recommendation Support Tool (FRST): Building a Database for both Legacy and Future Data Wed Dec 8, 2021 3:30pm – 5pm This is a Zoom Seminar For Information about […]
Crop and Soil Science Seminar – Dr. Deanna Osmond
Dr. Deanna Osmond Professor of Soil Fertility & Watershed Management and Department Extension Leader, Crop and Soil Sciences Fertilizer Recommendation Support Tool (FRST): The Power of Working Together Wed Oct 13, 2021 3:30pm – 5pm This is a Zoom […]
Big Data’s FRST Step In Environmental Stewardship
Soil testing is the main way growers assess specific soil nutrient status and evaluate supplemental needs. Soil science researcher Deanna Osmond and team thinks it’s time to loose the power of big data to address one of agriculture’s most nagging issues, nutrient management.
Fungi Fertilize the Future
Think your town is crowded? There are more living organisms in a gram of soil than there are people on earth. It’s a part of a vast under-foot ecosystem with a big job. The soil food web provides the amazing service of recycling nature’s trash into soil treasure. And it holds promise as the source for natural sustainable plant nutrition.