NH Agricultural Experiment Station Scientists Receive USDA Grant to Study the Loss of Environmental Nitrogen in Agricultural Systems

NH Agricultural Experiment Station Scientists Receive USDA Grant to Study the Loss of Environmental Nitrogen in Agricultural Systems

May 23, 2014
Nitrogen cycle

Researchers at the NH Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture at UNH, have received a $482,500 USDA grant to study the loss of environmental nitrogen in agricultural systems.  “Our work will advance understanding of plant-microbe controls on the nitrogen cycle, enabling agricultural  systems that match nitrogen inputs more closely to plant demand, thereby reducing environmental nitrogen losses and creating more efficient, productive agricultural systems,” Grandy says.

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Researchers at the NH Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture at the University of New Hampshire, have received a $482,500 USDA grant to study the loss of environmental nitrogen in agricultural systems. A critical macronutrient that all plants need, nitrogen is an important part of plant growth and reproduction. - See more at: http://colsa.unh.edu/article/nhaes/nhaes-researchers-receive-482500-gran...
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