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A new flue-cured variety with black shank resistance: Va. 115
(Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1965-01)
There is a need for additional varieties of black shank resistant tobacco to meet specific farm conditions and market demands. Va. 115 should fill a need for heavier leaf type than some presently available.
Healthy Farms from the Soil Up: Finding Common Ground -- Virginia Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) Final Project Report
(Virginia Usda-Nrcs, 2017-08-15)
This Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) addresses soil health, a priority for USDA-NRCS. We specifically focused on finding and building common ground around soil health management through innovative partnerships and ...
Influence of feeder type and form of feed on the performance of broiler crosses
(Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960-12)
Both rate of growth and feed conversion were affected by a form of feed with crumbles giving better results than mash. A sex x form of feed was present for body weight with greater response to the crumbles obtained from ...
Consideration of BMP Performance Uncertainty in Chesapeake Bay Program Implementation: Workshop Report
(Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee, Chesapeake Bay Program, 2018-02-21)
Achieving Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) nutrient and sediment reduction goals will require securing reductions largely from agricultural and urban nonpoint sources. While state and local governments rely largely on best ...