This flyer focuses on how salinity in soil tested in different production systems and a sandy loam soil might alter productivity and nutrition of basil!
Category: HCRU Innovations
1 – “Droning” on about Nursery Nutrient Research
This is our end-of-January USDA Innovations flyer. We’re starting off this year with a very interesting topic (per usual with our flyers 😉 ), the use of remotely piloted aerial systems (RPAS, aka drones!!) for monitoring crop health.
16 – UV-C versus Powdery Mildew
This flyer will teach you a little bit about the use of Ultraviolet spectrum C radiation (UV-C) and chemical management to test their control of powdery mildew (if you don’t already know it)!
15 – Dr. Chad E. Finn earns the NABC 2020 Duke Galletta Award
For this flyer, we would like to give notice to someone who we were very thankful to have as part of our USDA ARS HCRU community, Dr. Chad E. Finn. One of his associates, Jungmin Lee, wrote this piece to inform us about him and the NABC 2020 Duke Galletta Award.
14 – Importance of Nematodes and their DNA
This flyer is focusing on the importance of nematodes and their DNA by one of our OSU Graduate Students, Catie Wram!
13 – RNAi for Western Flower Thrips Control
This quick-read flyer about RNAi for western flower thrips control by Man-yeon Choi and Kelly Donahue. This is an extremely interesting read and has me excited for what else is to come!
12 – Gina Flores, Our New Program Support Assistant
As many of you might know, Gina Flores has been working remotely for our unit since May 10, 2020. She officially started working for us in-office (& then continued remotely) the second week of June. So we figured it was finally about time that we make a flyer to introduce her!
11 – Grey Garden Slugs
For this flyer we would like to share with you the agricultural problem of grey garden slugs. Research was performed by Research Entomologist Dr. Man-yeon Choi, his lead lab technician Kelly Donahue, and with the help of their team!
10 – Pulsed Drip Irrigation and Red Raspberries
This flyer is about pulsed drip irrigation as a promising method for improving red raspberry production by Jesse Carroll and Dave Bryla!
9 – Michael Hardigan, Our New Post-Doc
This flyer is introducing our new post-doc, Michael Hardigan. Michael will work in the berry breeding program. Michael and I put this together to let Michael introduce himself to all of us!