Holistic cropping systems being tested

Outlet: Cherokeean Herald

March 16, 2011

UVALDE – Limited water resources and increasing input costs make the development of more effective cropping systems crucial for agricultural producers in Southwest Texas, according to Texas AgriLife Research scientists. “Efficient cropping systems allow for better management of natural resources, water use and nutrient inputs, providing a holistic approach to crop management,” said Dr. Daniel Leskovar, interim resident director of the Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Uvalde…

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