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PRODUCTIVITY, ECONOMICS, AND SOIL QUALITY OF ORGANIC QUINOA CROPPING SYSTEMS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, USA
Volatile crop prices and desire for sustainability have farmers considering alternative practices to increase revenue diversity and protect soil health. Organic management is a rapidly expanding alternative to conventional ...
Economic and Environmental Performance of Mixed Crop-Livestock Farming Systems on the Palouse
The global trends of simplifying cropping systems and segregating livestock from cropping enterprises have generated high yields while exacerbating environmental problems globally. To examine the potential for organic and ...
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 ...
Local Biosolids Compost: Agricultural Use, Fate of Antibiotics, and Community Engagement
We investigated the agricultural use of locally produced biosolids compost, the fate of the antibiotic ciprofloxacin during the composting process, community perceptions about biosolids, and sociological factors of community ...