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Assessing Carbon and Water Dynamics in Multiple Agricultural Ecosystems in the Inland Pacific Northwest Using the Eddy Covariance Method and the CropSyst-Microbasin Model
Management practices and climatic conditions have important impacts on carbon and water dynamics in agricultural ecosystems. In addition, future climate projections for the inland Pacific Northwest (iPNW) of the U.S. show ...
Assessing Status of and Resistance to Phytophthora Root Rot on True Fir (Abies spp.)
Many fir species (Abies) are susceptible to Phytophthora Root Rot (PRR). Poor drainage and standing water facilitate pathogen survival, proliferation, and spore dispersal. Disease is caused by numerous Phytophthora spp. ...
Agronomic and Sociological Aspects of Organic Cropping Systems in the Dryland Pacific Northwest
Of the 4.8 million acres devoted to organic winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) production in the U.S., less than 1% of organic wheat acreage is located in Washington State, despite the highly productive soils and record ...