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Can soil plant analysis development values predict chlorophyll and total Fe in hybrid poplar?
Iron chlorosis caused by an elevated soil pH remains an important selection criteria in evaluating hybrid Populus trials in northwest New Mexico. Compared to expensive extraction methods or visual… Expand
Diabetes on the Navajo nation: what role can gardening and agriculture extension play to reduce it?
- Kevin A Lombard, Susan C. Forster-Cox, D. Smeal, M. O'neill
- Rural and remote health
- 16 October 2006
Diabetes has emerged as a serious health problem in the Navajo nation, the largest Indigenous tribe in the US. Persons with diabetes are at greater risk for developing other diseases such as… Expand
Composted biosolids as a source of iron for hybrid poplars (Populus sp.) grown in northwest New Mexico
Composted sewage sludge (biosolids) supply plant available Fe and may represent a sustainable alternative to more costly chelated Fe fertilizers currently used to supplement nutrition in hybrid… Expand
Fly Ash and Composted Biosolids as a Source of Fe for Hybrid Poplar: A Greenhouse Study
Soils of northwest New Mexico have an elevated pH and CaCO3 content that reduces Fe solubility, causes chlorosis, and reduces crop yields. Could biosolids and fly ash, enriched with Fe, provide safe… Expand
Wine Grape Cultivar Performance in the Four Corners Region of New Mexico in 2010–12
Commercial wine grape (Vitis sp.) production in northwestern New Mexico and the greater Four Corners region is now supported by four wineries. The challenges of growing grape vines in northwestern… Expand
Estimating Economic Value of Applied Research Projects
Universities manage research projects through both internal funding and support systems for the generation of external grant funds. The management of a research project is full of uncertainty and… Expand
Statistical Analysis of Field Trials with Changing Treatment Variance
This is a discussion paper that presents no new material but challenges the way that field trials with changing treatment variances have been traditionally analyzed. We argue that one should always… Expand