Items Tagged with 'dryland agriculture'


Clay Pope

Dry Times: Are We Getting Ready?

In his latest blog entry, Clay Pope writes, "The crazy weather we have always had in the southern great plains really has been shot full of steroids. We must get ready as best we can for what lies ahead!"

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Sorghum Producers See Fewer Issues With Sugarcane Aphids

Grain sorghum in South Texas is at or nearing harvest and avoided yield damages by sugarcane aphids. But much of the state’s grain and forage acres remain in areas that have not yet experienced threshold numbers of the damaging pest.

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WSU Releases Roadmap for Soil Health Initiative

The 124-page roadmap outlines pathways to maintain healthy soils for dryland growers.

Washington State University has released a 124-page roadmap that outlines current challenges and pathways to help maintain healthy soils as an agricultural and environmental resource. Key industries involved include growers of potatoes, wine and juice grapes, dryland agriculture and tree fruits.

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