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Design and Implementation of a Rainfed Matrix for Cotton

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James Mahan
Authors: 
Paxton Payton
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Agriculture
Year: 
2018

Local Food Systems: Clarifying Current Research

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Authors: 
Dara Bloom
Authors: 
Joanna Lelekacs
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Rebecca Dunning
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NC Coorporative Extension
Year: 
2018

Soil Health: What Does it Mean in North Carolina?

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Soil health is defined as the capacity of soil to function as a vital living ecosystem (Doran and Zeiss 2000), where a healthy soil is believed to be highly productive, optimally functional, and naturally able to recover from disturbances (Doran and Parkin, 1994; Kibblewhite et al. 2008). Numerous research groups have developed or are trying to develop soil health tests (Rinot et al. 2018), but none is universally accepted.

To maintain soil health, USDA-NRCS prescribes a core set of practices (USDA-NRCS 2018):

Authors: 
Deanna Osmond
Authors: 
Wayne Roper
Authors: 
Josh Heitman
Publisher: 
NC Coorporative Extension
Year: 
2018

Elaboración de Conservas a Presión

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El proceso para envasar alimentos en casa o conservas caseras, depende de la acidez del alimento, lo cual se determina por su pH. Los alimentos de baja acidez tienen un pH más grande que 4.6, y los alimentos de alta acidez tienen un pH menos que 4.6. En general, los vegetales (verduras o hortalizas) y carnes son alimentos de baja acidez, y las frutas son alimentos alta acidez. Los alimentos de alta acidez pueden procesarse de manera segura por agua hirviendo, pero los alimentos de baja acidez se deben procesar en una olla a presión para conservas.

Authors: 
Renee R. Boyer
Authors: 
Melissa Chase
Publisher: 
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2016

Fertilización de árboles y arbustos

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Los árboles y arbustos necesitan nutrientes para crecer y estar sanos. Los tres nutrientes más importantes son nitrógeno, fósforo y potasio. Un análisis de suelos es siempre la mejor manera de saber qué nutrientes se necesitan y la cantidad necesaria de cada uno.

Aplique fertilizante o abono a:

Authors: 
Laurie Fox
Authors: 
James S. Owen
Publisher: 
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2016

Botrytis Fruit Rot / Gray Mold on Strawberry

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Authors: 
Frank Louws
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Garrett Ridge
Authors: 
Jean Harrison
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NC Coorporative Extension
Year: 
2014

Damping-off in Flower and Vegetable Seedlings

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Authors: 
Inga Meadows
Authors: 
Suzette Sharpe
Authors: 
Michelle Henson
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NC Coorporative Extension
Year: 
2017

Effect of Ethylene and Temperature Conditioning on Sensory Attributes and Chemical Composition of 'Comice' Pears

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Authors: 
Warangkana Makkumrai
Authors: 
Hanne Sivertsen
Authors: 
David Sugar
Authors: 
Susan E. Ebeler
Authors: 
Florence Negre-Zakharov
Authors: 
Elizabeth J. Mitcham
Publisher: 
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
Year: 
2014

Spatial variance of physicochemical properties within mangos and the effect of initial ripeness stage on the quality of fresh-cut mangos

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Authors: 
Panita Ngamchuachit
Authors: 
Elizabeth J Mitcham
Authors: 
Diane M Barrett
Publisher: 
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
Year: 
2016

North Carolina Soybean Production Guide

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The purpose of this publication is to provide information on soybean production in North Carolina. This information is intended to help producers make better decisions and increase yields and profits.

Authors: 
Katherine Drake Stowe
Authors: 
Carl Crozier
Authors: 
Gary Bullen
Authors: 
Jim Dunphy
Authors: 
Wesley Everman
Authors: 
David Hardy
Authors: 
Deanna Osmond
Authors: 
Nick Piggott
Authors: 
Sandeep Rana
Authors: 
Dominic Reisig
Authors: 
Gary Roberson
Authors: 
Brandon Schrage
Authors: 
Lindsey Thiessen
Authors: 
Derek Washburn
Publisher: 
NC Coorporative Extension
Year: 
2017
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