Expertise and research technology in crop and soil management and the computer simulation of farming systems, particularly for northern Australia.
The main in-house research arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Research news, find-a-researcher, consumer and educational information on a wide range of topics in food, agriculture, pest management, and related areas.
State agency established to conduct or fund studies that address the environmental and health impacts of Florida's phosphate mining and fertilizer industry, as well as the industry's efficiency. Also serves as a phosphate-related information resource.
Seeks to increase agricultural production in a sustainable way, in order to improve the nutritional status and well-being of people in sub-Saharan Africa. Conducts research and training, provides information, collects and exchanges germplasm, and encourages transfer of technology, in partnership with African national agricultural research and development programs.
Research, technology and services in the areas of arable crops, vegetables, seafood, ornamentals, animal feed, and forestry.
Develops environmentally sound cultivation and production techniques which maintain soil fertility, cause minimal air and water pollution and allow high biodiversity as well as a varied landscape.
Describes research initiatives at the Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (India), including improved safflower and sorghum varieties, agrichemical testing, and breed improvement of sheep and goats.
University of California-Davis Research and Information Centers. Current center specialties include ornamental horticulture; vegetable, fruit and nut production; weed control; postharvest technology; agronomy; seed biotechnology, and rangeland management.
National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council. Research and reports on topics including animal nutrition and pesticide management.
Detailing functions, achievements and research conducted on at NBRI, Lucknow, India.