Tag Archives: fertility management

Researchers: Fertilizer choice can affect methane-producing organisms in soil

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University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture rice research may lead to more sustainable crop production in the state and around the world. The quest for increased sustainability in agriculture and other industries includes examining greenhouse gases and how they’re generated. In the United States, only a small fraction of greenhouse gases are attributed to agriculture – 8.6 percent, according ... Read More »

California Rice Research Board honors retired farm adviser ‘Cass’ Mutters

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• By Vicky Boyd, Editor • The California Rice Research Board recently honored Randall “Cass” Mutters with its annual Rice Industry Award. The recognition, presented at the California Rice Field Day, recognizes and honors an individual from any segment of the rice industry who has made outstanding contributions. “This is an honor to present this to Cass, who really needs no ... Read More »

Dustin Harrell answers common N management questions

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Nitrogen is one of the largest expenses in a rice production budget. Efficient use of fertilizer N not only helps maximize grain yield, but it also helps lower fertilization rates, lower fertilizer expenses and minimize negative effects on the environment. There are a handful of questions that I get asked annually regarding N fertilization, and I thought I would take ... Read More »

Arkansas Rice Expo features a full agenda

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This year’s Arkansas Rice Expo, Aug. 4, in Stuttgart, has something for just about everyone. New tools for soil fertility, new weed control technologies and live cooking demonstrations are just a few of the topics on the agenda. Read More »