Nitrogen is a major nutrient in terrestrial ecosystems and an important catalyst in tropospheric photochemistry. Over the last century human activities have dramatically increased inputs of reactive ...
The Walnut Creek Watershed is a 12,700-acre watershed located south of
Ames, IA. The watershed has been monitored since 1990 for the
transport of herbicides (atrazine, alachlor, metribuzin, metolachlor) ...
The purpose of "Alternative Technology to Methyl Bromide for Control of
Soilborne Diseases of Strawberries (Methyl Bromide Alternatives)" include: 1)
evaluating alternative soil fumigants & non-chemical ...
The purpose of "Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for Pest Control in
Tomatoes" is to investigate methyl bromide alternatives in vegetable and
cut-flower crops on sandy soils. The goal of this research ...
"Biological Assessment of Dryacide, a Non-chemical Alternative
for Controlling Stored Grain Insect Pests (Methyl Bromide
Alternatives)" explores the potential of Dryacide as a suitable
and environmentally-compatible ...
The purpose of "Biology and Integrated Management of Fungi
Affecting Tree Fruit Marketability (Methyl Bromide
Alternatives)" is to develop alternatives to Methyl Bromide as a
soil fumigant, and decrease ...
The purpose of data provided by "Bioregulation of Growth and
Development of Stored Product Insects (Methyl Bromide
Alternatives)" is to aid in the development of technology to
reduce losses of stored ...
The agricultural and geographic datasets included on the China County Data collection were compiled in the early 1990s for use as inputs to the DNDC (Denitrification-Decomposition) model at UNH. DNDC ...
"Cropping Practices Survey Data" is a set of databases that
contain information on nutrient and pesticide use by farmers,
tillage practices, and related data for major field crops. It
also contains ...
"Development of Non-chemical Alternative Treatments for
Horticultural Pests of Quarantine Significance (Methyl Bromide
Alternatives)" contains research data with the purpose of
developing effective ...
The purpose of "Effects of Nutrient Transport in Cropping
Systems in Environmental Quality and Fertilizer Efficiency" is
to assess dynamic nitrogen (N) transport in high-residue
"Efficacy of Temperature Treatments for Insect Disinfestation of Dried Fruits
and Nuts (Alternatives to Methyl Bromide)" contains research data that helps to
determine the efficacy of different heat ...
Problem: Soil organic carbon levels have declined to about 50% of
their original levels in much of the Northern Great Plains due to
intensive tillage and a wheat - fallow rotation.
Findings: A field ...
"Herbicide Efficacy and Residues in Minor Acreage Crops
(Reduction in Use of Pesticides)" contains data results of crop
residue samples that were collected to provide information to
establish pesticide ...
The data in "Integrated Management of Soilborne Pests of Tomato as an
Alternative to Methyl Bromide" was compiled to aid researchers in evaluating
the efficacy of integrated pest management strategies ...
The purpose of "Management of Soil, Water, and Nitrogen Resources to
Protect Ground Water Quality" is to aid in the development of soil,
water, and crop management practices to more effectively use ...
This dataset provides county-level data for Nitrogen fertilizer applied to county croplands [1000 kg N/yr]. This includes only those crops used in an assessment of greenhouse gas production from US ...
"Pesticide and Water Management Systems to Minimize
Contamination of Water and Air With Pesticides" is a dataset
that contains information dealing with irrigation and pesticide
management practices. ...
This database includes data from various field research projects
relating agricultural management systems and practices to soil,
water, and air quality and to crop production.
Collection Organization: ...
(from Project Abstract)
Problem: the objective of this research is to determine and contrast
soil nitrogen, soil carbon, and soil phosphorus accumulation and
availability under common farming systems ...
The purpose of "Vegetation and Soil Management in Fruit
Production (Methyl Bromide Alternatives)" is to develop basic,
quantitative information on interactions between soilborne
pests, interspecific ...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Research
Service (ARS) in Beltsville, Maryland has been working with various
Universities collecting data for use with cotton model
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agriculture Research Service
(ARS) in Beltsville, Maryland has been working with various
Universities collecting data for use with cotton modeling development. ...
(Adapted from an Abstract Presented at ARS Carbon Storage Workshop)
"Missing" carbon has been identified publicly as a major problem in
balancing the annual global carbon budget for at least 22 years. ...
(Adapted from project abstract)
1. Conventional tillage continuous cotton production severely depletes
soil carbon and degrades the soil.
2. There is a paucity of data related to long-term ...
Current Research Information System (CRIS) is the U.S. Department of
Agriculture's (USDA) documentation and reporting system for ongoing and
recently completed research projects in agriculture, food ...
"Etiology of Soilborne Diseases of Fruit Trees and Their Control
Without the Use of Methyl Bromide" contains research data that
investigates the etiology of replant diseases of apple and
cherry. Information ...
The objective of "Heat and Oxygen Stresses and Rotations as
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide in Crop Production" is to
characterize temperatures, redox potentials, and rotations that
will control undesireable ...