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General Recommendations for Managing Nematodes in Field Crops (University of Maryland Extension, 2019)Nematodes are an economically important pathogen of many crops in Maryland. Significant yield loss can occur if nematodes are not managed properly. This factsheet serves as a broad introduction to nematodes as plant pathogens ...
What do the numbers really mean? Interpreting variety trial results (University of Maryland Extension, 2020)Variety trials are conducted across the US by land-grant institutions to evaluate the performance of commercial seed varieties of many crops, such as corn, soybean, wheat, etc. Farmers and other agriculture professionals ...
RE-RO(O/U)TING: Reconfiguring mobilities and materialities through the design of a green-blue infrastructure corridor in Baltimore, Maryland (2022)This thesis engages with Ecological Urbanism through a literature review and design project. Through a literature review which reads ecological urbanism with other contemporary social theory, the thesis raises a question: ...
NATIVE PLANTING IN TIDAL WETLANDS FOR PHRAGMITES AUSTRALIS MANAGEMENT: FIELD AND MESOCOSM EXPERIMENTS (2022)Efforts have been made in U.S. wetlands to eradicate the invasive grass Phragmites australis. But eradication of Phragmites does not always lead to the return of native plants. This research investigated native vegetation ...
DISTRIBUTION AND VARIABILITY OF CARBON STOCKS IN MID-ATLANTIC TIDAL MARSH SOILS (2022)Tidal marsh wetlands have the capacity to store disproportionately large quantities of Cdespite their small areal extent. Good estimations of this “blue C” are now more critical than ever due to implications for the global ...