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Friday, January 19, 2018

Browse CROPSYS on fertility and WA

Keyword results on 01/19/18; number in parentheses is number of entries with keyword

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CO (1) Canada (1) ID (4)
MT (1) N-Serve (1) OR (3)
P (1) Pacific Northwest (2) Palouse (2)
Rhizobium (1) Saskatchewan (10) WA (54)
barley (4) biosolids (1) black medic (2)
carbon (1) crop nutrition (1) crop rotation (11)
disease (1) energy (1) erosion (4)
farmer (3) fertility management (1) fertilization (1)
fertilizer (1) fertilizer placement (2) fish waste (1)
grain (5) grain protein (1) grass (1)
green manure (4) groundwater (1) hard red spring wheat (1)
heavy metals (1) irrigated farming (1) landscape management (3)
legume (9) ley farming (1) lime (2)
lupine (1) moisture (3) moisture stress (1)
moisture use (1) nitrification inhibitor (1) nitrogen (15)
nitrogen availability (1) nitrogen fertility (1) nitrogen fertilization (1)
nitrogen fertilizer (5) nitrogen fertilizer placement (1) nitrogen fixation (1)
nitrogen losses (1) nitrogen source (1) no-till (5)
no-till winter wheat (1) organic amendment (1) organic matter (8)
pea (3) phosphorus (1) potassium (1)
potatoes (1) residue management (1) seaweed (1)
sewage sludge (1) soil amendment (1) soil fertility (1)
soil pH (1) soil quality (9) soil structure (1)
spring wheat (1) sulfur (4) take-all (1)
tillage (4) variable fertilizer application (2) water use (2)
water use efficiency (1) weed (1) weed control (1)
wheat (10) wheat quality (1) wheat yield (3)
winter wheat (1) wood ash (1)

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