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INFLUENCE OF CROP VOLUNTEER AND GRASSY WEED GREENBRIDGE ON RHIZOCTONIA ROOT ROT OF CEREALS AND DISEASE RESISTANCE IN BRASSICA AND TRITICUM GERMPLASM
INFLUENCE OF CROP VOLUNTEER AND GRASSY WEED GREENBRIDGE ON RHIZOCTONIA ROOT ROT OF CEREALS AND DISEASE RESISTANCE IN BRASSICA AND TRITICUM GERMPLASM Abstract by Ebrahiem M. Babiker, Ph.D. Washington State University July ...
PHYSICOCHEMICAL STABILITY OF SELECTED FROZEN AND DEHYDRATED FOODS: IN RELATION TO STATE/PHASE TRANSITIONS
Water activity (aw) concept is traditionally used as a predictive means for microbial, chemical and physical changes in low and intermediate moisture. State of water and food solids, state and phase transitions are also ...
Impacts of nitrogen fertility, soilborne disease, and socioeconomic factors on diverse small grain production systems of the Pacific Northwest
Small grains are grown in rotation with many temperate crops in the Columbia Basin and Puget Sound regions, functioning to improve the profitability of the cash crops. During 2009-10, 45 isolates of
Statistical Applications in Plant Breeding and Genetics
Statistical analysis has many applications ensuring the validity and reproducibility of plant breeding and genetics research. Crop plant germplasm collections are often too large to be of use regularly. A core subset with ...
Rotational Cropping Systems for Nitrogen Management and Weed Control in Dryland Organic Wheat Production
Diversification of cropping systems with legumes is a common practice used to overcome soil fertility and weed control challenges in organic farming systems. The current study assessed different legume-intensive cropping ...
DEVELOPMENT OF NON-CHEMICAL POSTHARVEST TREATMENTS FOR DISINFESTING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
Chemical fumigation disinfestation treatments bring more and more concerns due to its hazard to environment and human health, it is necessary to develop alternative non-chemical disinfestation treatments for agricultural ...
EFFECTS OF GENOTYPE, FERTILIZER, AND MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI ON PHOSPHORUS USE EFFICIENCY OF ORGANIC AND CONVENTIONAL SPRING WHEAT
Recent attention to the increasing environmental and monetary costs of mining dwindling phosphorus (P) reserves have lead to renewed efforts to design agricultural systems that use P more efficiently. The objective of these ...
LINKING GENES AND PHYSIOLOGY UTILIZING GENOMICS AND TRANSCRIPTOMICS APPROACHES IN SWEET CHERRY (PRUNUS AVIUM)
Sweet cherry is an important horticultural crop in Washington. Sweet cherry trees are grown as composite plants where the scion is grafted onto a rootstock. Rootstock genotype influences tree yield potential (among other ...