A new statistical modelling tool will enable land management authorities to predict where invasive weed species are most likely to grow so they can find and eliminate plants before they have time to spread widely.
All crops need phosphorus for healthy growth. Phosphorus is a building block of plant protein. Working to reduce, reuse and recycle phosphorus will make a more sustainable food system.
Grain Berry cereal features the Onyx sorghum variety bred by Texas A&M AgriLife researchers to have higher concentrations of antioxidants.
Research shows why fire inversions happen and offers new air quality prediction tools.
Researchers call for a more comprehensive assessment of the global food system.
Washington State University researchers have for the first time grown the bacteria in a laboratory that causes Citrus Greening Disease, considered the world’s most harmful citrus disease.
By studying nearly five decades of data on more than 5,800 saguaros dotting Tumamoc Hill, researchers found that small variations in the hill’s topography might buffer saguaro populations from the impacts of climate change.
Rutgers-led study shows how increased rainfall can reduce water infiltration in soils.
Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2 calls for ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture.
The water regime of a landscape commutes more and more between the extremes drought or flooding.
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