Solution Center for Nutrient Management
Solution Center for Nutrient Management
Solution Center for Nutrient Management
University of California
Solution Center for Nutrient Management

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Practical Information for Farmers

 

Information organized according to Management Goals with links to related topics

Information on nitrogen budgeting considerations in different systems
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Focus Topics

Details on nutrient management fundamentals, greenhouse gas mitigation strategies, cover crops and more
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Farmer Profiles

 

Detailed case studies focused on innovators in nutrient management.

Solution Center Blog

Alfalfa Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Subsurface Drip Irrigation

Alfalfa has been grown in California for over 150 years (image used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license)

Alfalfa has a long and storied history in California agriculture. First introduced in the state during the gold rush of 1849-1850, California now leads the nation in alfalfa production. Between 2013-2015, an average of 815,000 acres of alfalfa were harvested in the state. Statewide alfalfa yields increased to 5,451,000 tons in 2015 and California now accounts for over 9% of total U.S. production.  Alfalfa serves as an important source of hay while also proving useful as a ‘green...

Posted on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at 1:43 PM

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