This year's articles

  • Helping biochar live up to its soil-saving potential

    January 15, 2019

    Rice University – Even though every dollar spent on soil improvement can save much more in environmental costs down the road, startup costs can sometimes make it hard for farmers to implement best environmental practices. A team of researchers from Rice and North Dakota State universities argues that this is especially true for using biochar, […]


  • Long-term agricultural change has positive impact on water quality

    January 8, 2019

    American Society of Agronomy – In the early 1990s, Acton Lake in southwestern Ohio had a muddy problem. Large amounts of sediment from nearby farms were entering the lake’s watershed. These sediments traveled through streams draining the landscape and were filling up the lake. So, the USDA gave local farmers incentives to change some of […]

  • European wheat lacks climate resilience

    January 8, 2019

    Aarhus University – The climate is not only warming, it is also becoming more variable and extreme. Such unpredictable weather can weaken global food security if major crops such as wheat are not sufficiently resilient – and if we are not properly prepared. A group of European researchers, including Professor Jørgen E. Olesen from the […]

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