Peer-reviewed Publications

160 scientists from various disciplines are working collaboratively on this project. As they publish peer-reviewed articles regarding their work on this project, or on related topics, we will provide links to the journals in which they are published. Some are open access--available for the public to read. Other journals require a subscription, but have an abstract available to read.


Type of Research
Author(s), Year, Title, Journal or Source, Volume, Page, No. Online Source


Crop Research

Kravchenko, A.N. and G.P. Robertson. 2015. Statistical challenges in analyses of chamber-based soil CO2 and N2O emissions data. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79(1):200-211.

Kumar S., T. Nakajima, E.G. Mbonimpa, S. Gautam, U.R. Somireddy, A. Kadono, R. Lal, R. Chintala, R. Rafique and N Fausey. 2014. Long-term tillage and drainage influences on soil organic carbon dynamics, aggregate stability, and corn yield. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 60(1):108-118.

Iqbal, J., M.J. Helmers, X.B. Zhou, T.B. Parkin and M. Castellano. 2014. Denitrification and N2O emissions in annual croplands, perennial grass buffers and restored perennial grasslands. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79(1):239-250.

Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2015. Tillage effects on quality of organic and mineral soils under on-farm conditions in Ohio. Environmental Earth Science.

Nakajima, T., R. Lal and S. Jiang. 2015. Soil quality index of crosby silt loam in central Ohio. Soil and Tillage Research. 146(B):323-328.

Iqbal, J., D. Mitchell, F. Miguez, J. Sawyer, J. Pantoja, D. Barker and M.J. Castellano. 2015. Nitrogen fertilizer rate to corn can affect N2O emissions from the rotated soybean crop . Journal of Environmental Quality. 44:711-719.

Zuber, S.M., G.D. Behnke, E.D. Nafziger and M.B. Villamil. 2015. Crop rotation and tillage effects on soil physical and chemical properties in Illinois. Agronomy Journal. 107(3):1-8.

Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2015. Short-term effects of cover cropping on quality of a Typic Argiaquolls in central Ohio. Catena. 131:125-129.

Negassa, W., A.K. Guber, A.N. Kravchenko, T.L. Marsh, B. Hildebrandt and M.L. Rivers. 2015. Properties of soil pore space regulate pathways of plant residue decomposition and community structure of associated bacteria. PLOS ONE.

Ladoni, M., A. Basir and A.N. Kravchenko. 2015. Which soil carbon characteristic is the best for assessing management differences? View from statistical power perspective. Soil Science Society of America 79:848-857.

Haruna, S.I. and N.V.  Nkongolo. 2015. Effects of tillage, rotation and cover crop on the physical properties of a silt-loam soil. International Agrophysics. 29(2):137-154.

Castellano M.J., K.M. Mueller, D.C. Olk, J. Sawyer and J. Six. 2015. Integrating plant litter quality, soil organic matter stabilization and the carbon saturation concept. Global Change Biology.

Goeken, R., X. Zhou and M. Helmers. 2015. Comparison of timing and volume of subsurface drainage under perennial forage and row crops in a tile-drained field in Iowa. Transaction of American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineering. 58:(5):TBD.

Pantoja, J.L., K.P. Woli, J.E. Sawyer and D.W. Barker. 2015. Corn nitrogen fertilization requirement and corn soybean productivity with a rye cover crop. Soil Science Society of America Journal.

Sengupta, A. and W.A. Dick. 2015. Bacterial community diversity in soil under two tillage practices as determined by pyrosequencing. Microbial Ecology. 70(3):853-859.

Nakajima, T. and R. Lal. 2015. Comparison of greenhouse gas emissions monitored with a photoacoustic infrared spectroscopy multi-gas monitor and a gas chromatograph from a Crosby silt loam. Carbon Management. 6(1-2):69-76.

Panday, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Soil water potential control of the relationship between moisture and greenhouse gases fluxes in corn-soybean field. Climate. 3(3):689-696.

Negassa, W., R. Price, A. Basir, S.S. Snap and A.N. Kravchenko. 2015. Cover crop and tillage system effects on soil CO2 and N2O fluxes at contrasting topographic positions. Soil and Tillage Research. 154:64-74.

 antoja, J.L. and J.E. Sawyer. 2015. Winter rye cover crop biomass production, degradation, and nitrogen recycling. Agronomy Journal.

Ladoni, M., A.N. Kravchenko and G.P. Robertson. 2015. Topography mediates the influence of cover crops on soil nitrate levels in row crop agricultural    systems. PLOS ONE.

Kravchenko, A.N., W. C. Negassa, A. K. Guber, and M.L. Rivers. 2015. Protection of soil carbon within macro-aggregates depends on intra-aggregate     pore characteristics. Scientific Reports 5.

Campbell, B., L. Chen, C. Dygert and W. Dick. 2014. Tillage and crop rotation impacts on greenhouse gas fluxes from two long-term agronomic experimental sites in Ohio. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):543-552.

Daigh, A.L., M.J. Helmers, E. Kladivko, X. Zhou, R. Goeken, J. Cavadini, D. Barker and J. Sawyer. 2014. Soil water during the drought of 2012 as affected by rye cover crop in fields in Iowa and Indiana. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):564-573.

Kladivko, E.J., M.J. Helmers, L.J. Abendroth, D. Herzmann, R. Lal, M. Castellano, D.S. Mueller, J.E. Sawyer, R.P. Anex, R.W. Arritt, B. Basso, J.V. Bonta, L. Bowling, R.M. Cruse, N.R. Fausey, J. Frankenberger, P. Gassman, A.J. Gassmann, C.L. Kling, A. Kravchenko, J.G. Lauer, F.E. Miguez, E.D. Nafziger, N. Nkongolo, M. O'Neal, L.B. Owens, P. Owens, P. Scharf, M.J. Shipitalo, J.S. Strock and M.B. Villamil. 2014. Standardized research protocols enable transdisciplinary research of climate variation impacts in corn production systems. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):532-542.

Kravchenko, A.N., B. Hildebrandt, T.L. Marsh, W.C. Negassa, A.K. Guber and M.L. Rivers. 2014. Intra-aggregate pore structure influences phylogenetic composition of bacterial community in macroaggregates. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 78:1924-1939.

Kravchenko, A.N., W. Negassa, A.K. Guber and S. Schimidt. 2014. New approach to measure soil particulate organic matter in intact samples using X-ray computed micro-tomography. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 78:1177-1185.

Kumar, S., T. Nakajima, A. Kadono, R. Lal and N. Fausey. 2014. Long-term tillage and drainage influences on greenhouse gas fluxes from a poorly-drained soil of central Ohio. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):553-563.

Lal, R. 2014. Societal value of soil carbon. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):186A-192A.

Mitchell, D.C., M.J. Helmers, T.B. Parkin, X.B. Zhou and M.J. Castellano. 2014. Comparing nitrate sink strength in perennial filter strips at toeslope of cropland watersheds. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44(1):191-199.

 Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2014. Comparison of soil quality index using three methods. PLOS ONE. 9(8):1-15.

Munoz, J.D., J. Steibel, S. Snapp and A.N. Kravchenko. 2014. Cover crop effect on corn growth and yield as influenced by topography. Agriculture, Ecosystem & Environment. 189:229-239.

Nakajima, T. and R. Lal. 2014. Tillage and drainage management effect on soil gas diffusivity. Soil and Tillage Research. 135,71-78.

Obade, V. and R. Lal. 2014. Soil quality evaluation under different land management practices. Environmental Earth Sciences. 72:4531-4549.

Obade, V. and R. Lal. 2014. Using meta-analyses to assess pedo-variability under different land uses and soil management in central Ohio, USA. Geoderma. 232-234:56-68.

Adeuya, R., N. Utt, J. Frankenberger, L. Bowling, E. Kladivko, S. Brouder and B. Carter. 2013. Impacts of drainage water management on subsurface drain flow, nitrate concentration, and nitrate loads in Indiana. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 67(6):474-484.

Haruna, S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2013. Spatial and fractal characterization of soil chemical properties and nutrients across depths in a clay-loam soil. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 45(17):2305-2318.

 Haruna, S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2013. Variability of soil physical properties in a clay-loam soil and its implication on soil management practices. ISRN Soil Science. 2013.

 Iqbal J., M.J. Castellano and T.B. Parkin. 2013. Evaluation of photoacoustic spectroscopy for simultaneous measurement of N2O and CO2 gas concentrations and fluxes at the soil surface. Global Change Biology. 19(1):327-336.

 Iqbal, J., T.B. Parkin and M. Castellano. 2013. Accuracy and precision of no instrument is guaranteed: A reply to Rosenstock et al. Global Change Biology. 20(5): 1362-1365.

 Mitchell D.C., M.J. Castellano, J.E. Sawyer and J.L. Pantoja. 2013. Cover crop effects on nitrous oxide emissions: Role of mineralizable carbon. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 77:1765-1773.

Kumar, S., A. Kadono, R. Lal and W. Dick. 2012. Long-term no-till impacts on organic carbon and properties of two contrasting soils and corn yields in Ohio. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 76(5):1798-1809.

Kumar, S., A. Kadono, R. Lal and W. Dick. 2012. Long-term tillage and crop rotations for 47-49 years influences hydrological properties of two soils in Ohio. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 76(6): 2195-2207.

Systems Modeling

Panagopoulos, Y., P.W. Gassman, R.W. Arritt, D.E. Herzmann, T.D. Campbell, A. Valcu, M.K. Jha, C.L. Kling, R. Srinivasan, M. White and J.G. Arnold. 2015. Impacts of climate change on hydrology, water quality and crop productivity in the Ohio-Tennessee River Basin. International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. 8(3):1-18.

Panagopoulos, Y., P.W. Gassman, T. Campbell, M.K. Jha, C.L. Kling, R. Srinivasan, M. White and J.G. Arnold. 2015. Towards the development of an integrated modeling system for the corn belt: A refined regional modeling approach. Journal of Hydrology. 524:348-366.

Basso B., B. Hyndman, A. Kendall, P. Grace and G. Robertson. 2015. Can impacts of climate change and agricultural adaptation strategies be accurately quantified if crop models are annually reinitialized? PLOS ONE. 10(6):1-12.

Cerezo-Mota, R., T. Cavazos, R. Arritt, A. Torres-Alavez, K. Sieck, G. Nikulin, W. Moufouma-Okia and J. A. Salinas-Prieto. 2015. CORDEX-NA: factors inducing dry/wet years on the North American Monsoon region. International Journal of Climatology.

Basche, A., F. Miguez, T. Kasper and M. Castellano. 2014. Do cover crops increase or decrease nitrous oxide emissions in agroecosystems? A meta-analysis. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):471-482.

Basche, A.D., G.E. Roesch-McNally, L.A. Pease, C.D. Eidson, G. Bou Lahdou, M.W. Dunbar, T.J. Frank, L. Frescoln, L. Gu, R. Nagelkirk, J. Pantoja and A.K. Wilke. 2014. Challenges and opportunities in transdisciplinary science: The experience of next generation scientists in an agriculture and climate research collaboration. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):176A-179A.

Herzmann, D.E., L.J. Abendroth and L.D Bunderson. 2014. Data management approach to multidisciplinary agricultural research and syntheses. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):180A-185A.

Kling, C.L., Y. Panagopoulos, A. Valcu, P.W. Gassman, S. Rabotyagov, T. Campbell, M. White, J.G. Arnold, R. Srinivasan, M.K. Jha, J. Richardson, G. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2014. Land use model integrating agriculture and the environment (LUMINATE): Linkages between agricultural land use, local water quality and hypoxic concerns in the Gulf of Mexico basin. European Journal of Agricultural Economics. 41(3):431-459.

Necpálová, M., R.P. Anex, A.N. Kravchenko, L.J. Abendroth, S.J. Del Grosso, W.A. Dick, M.J. Helmers, D. Herzmann, J.G. Lauer, E.D. Nafziger, J.E. Sawyer, P.C. Scharf, J.S.Strock and M.B. Villamil. 2014. What does it take to detect a change in soil carbon stock? A regional comparison of minimum detectable difference and experiment duration in the North-Central United States. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):517-531.

Panagopoulos, Y., P.W. Gassman, R. Arritt, D.E. Herzmann, T. Campbell, M.K. Jha, C.L. Kling, R. Srinivasan, M. White and J.G. Arnold. 2014. Surface water quality and cropping systems sustainability under a changing climate in the Upper Mississippi River Basin. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):483-494.

Rabotyagov, S., A. Valcu, and C.L. Kling, P.W. Gassman, N.N. Rabalais and R.E. Turner. 2014. The economics of dead zones: causes, impacts, policy challenges, and a model of the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone,Review of Environmental Economics and Policy. 8(1):58-79.

Rabotyagov, S.S., A. Valcua, C.L. Kling, T. Campbell, P.W. Gassman and M. Jha. 2014. An improved reverse auction for addressing water quality in agricultural watersheds using coupled simulation-optimization models. Frontiers of Economics in China. 9(1):25-51.

Necpálová, M., R.P. Anex, M.N. Fienen, S.J. Del Grosso, M.J. Castellano and J.E. Sawyer. 2014. Understanding the DayCent model: calibration, sensitivity, and identifiability through inverse modeling. Environmental Modeling and Software. 66:110-130.

Rabotyagov, S., T. Campbell, M. White, J. Arnold, J. Atwood, L. Norfleet, C. Kling, P. Gassman, A. Valcu, J. Richardson, G. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2014. Cost-effective targeting of conservation investments to reduce the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111(52):18530-18535.

Anderson, C., R. Anex, R. Arritt, B. Gelder, S. Khanal, D. Herzmann and P. Gassman. 2013. Regional climate impacts of a biofuels policy projection. Geophysical Research Letters. 40(6): 1217-1222.

Jha, M. and P. Gassman. 2013. Changes in hydrology and streamflow as predicted by a modeling experiment forced with climate models. Hydrological Processes. 28:2772-2781.

Jha, M.K., P.W. Gassman and Y. Panagopoulos. 2013. Regional changes in nitrate loadings in the Upper Mississippi River Basin under predicted mid-century climate. Regional Environmental Change.

Kling, C.L. and A. Valcu. 2013. State level efforts to regulate agricultural sources of water quality impairment. Choices. 28(3):1-4.

Rabatyagor, S., A. Valcu and C. Kling. 2013. Reversing property rights: practice-based approaches for controlling agricultural nonpoint-source water pollution when emissions aggregate nonlinearly. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 96(2):397-419.

Rafique, R., M.N. Fienen, T.B. Parkin and R.P. Anex. 2013. Nitrous oxide emissions from cropland: A procedure for calibrating the DAYCENT biogeochemical model using inverse modeling. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 224:1677 (1-15).

Gonzalez-Ramirez, J., C.L. Kling and A. Valcu. 2012. An overview of carbon offsets from agriculture. Annual Review of Resource Economics. 4:145-184.

Social and Economic Research

Tyndall, J., J.G. Arbuckle, T. Haigh, C. Knutson, L.W. Morton, L.S. Prokopy and M. Widhalm. 2015. New atlas features Corn Belt farmers' perspectives on agriculture and climate. Journal of Extension. 53(1):TBD

Arbuckle, J., L.W. Morton and J. Hobbs. 2015. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change adaptation and mitigation: The roles of trust in sources of climate information, climate change beliefs, and perceived risk. Environment and Behavior. 47:205-234.

Wilke, A.K. and L.W. Morton. 2015. Climatologists’ patterns of conveying climate science to the agricultural community. Agriculture & Human Values. 32:99-110.

Prokopy, L.S., J.S. Carlton, J.G. Arbuckle, T. Haigh, M.C. Lemos, A.S. Mase, N. Babin, M. Dunn, J. Andresen, J. Angel, C. Hart and R. Power. 2015. Extension’s role in disseminating information about climate change to agricultural stakeholders in the United States. Climatic Change. 130(2):261-272.

Morton, L.W., J. Hobbs, J. Arbuckle and A. Loy. 2015. Upper midwest climate variations: Farmer responses to excess water risks. Journal Environmental Quality. 44(3):810-822.

Prokopy L., J.G. Arbuckle, A.P. Barnes, V.R. Haden, A. Hogan, M.T. Niles and J.C. Tyndall. 2015. Farmers and climate change: a cross-national comparison of beliefs and risk perceptions in high income countries. Environmental Management. 56:492-504.

Frescoln, L. and J. Arbuckle. 2015. Changes in perceptions of transdisciplinary science over time. Futures. 73:136-150.

Wilke, A.K. and L.W. Morton. 2015. Communicating climate science: Components for engaging the agricultural audiences. Science Communication. 37(3):371-395.

Morton, L.W., S. Eigenbrode and T. Martin. 2015. The architecture of adaptive integration: Coordinated Agricultural Projects. Ecology and Society. 20(4):TBD

Haigh, T., L.W. Morton, L. Prokopy, C. Knutson, M. Lemos Y. Lo and J. Angel. 2015. Agricultural advisors as climate information intermediaries: Exploring differences in capacity to communicate. Weather, Climate, and Society. 7(1):83-93.

Prokopy,L.S., C.E. Hart R. Masse, M. Widhalm, J. Klink, J. Andresen, J. Angel, T. Blewett, O.C. Doering, R. Elmore, B.M. Gramig, P. Guinan, B.L. Hall, A. Jain, C.L. Knutson, M.C. Lemos, L.W. Morton, D. Niyogi, R. Power; M.D. Shulski, C.X. Song, E.S. Takle and D. Todey. 2015. Using a team survey to improve team communication for enhanced delivery of agro-climate decision support tools. Agricultural Systems. 138:31-37.

Arbuckle, J.G. and G. Roesch-McNally. 2015. Cover crop adoption in Iowa: The role of perceived practice characteristics. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Cover Crops Issue. 70(6):418-429.

Arbuckle, J.G., J. Hobbs, A. Loy, L.W. Morton, L. Prokopy and J. Tyndall. 2014. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation and mitigation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):505-516.

Eigenbrode S., L.W. Morton and T. Martin. 2014. Big interdisciplinarity to address climate change and agriculture: Lessons from three USDA coordinated agricultural projects (CAPs),Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):170A-175A.

Morton, L.W. 2014. Achieving water security in agriculture the human factor. Agronomy Journal. 106:1-4.

Morton, L.W. 2014. The science of variable climate and agro-ecosystem management. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6):207A-212A.

Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2014. Dredging of the fractured bedrock laden Mississippi river channel at Thebes, Illinois. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69(2):31A-35A.

Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2014. The 2011 Ohio River floodwaters reclaimed its ancient floodway through the cache river valley of southern Illinois. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69(1):5A-10A.

Prokopy, L., L. Morton, J. Arbuckle, A. Mase and A. Wilke. 2014. Agricultural stakeholder views on climate change: Implications for conducting research and outreach. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS). 96(2):81-90.

Reimer, A., A. Thompson, L.S. Prokopy, J. Arbuckle, K. Genskow, D. Jackson-Smith, G. Lynne, L. McCann, L.W. Morton and P. Nowak. 2014. People, place, behavior, and context: A research agenda for expanding our understanding of what motivates farmers' conservation behaviors. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69:57A-61A.

Tyndall, J.C. and G. Roesch. 2014. A standardized approach to the financial analysis of structural water quality BMPs. Journal of Extension. 52:3.

A.J. Gold, D. Parker, R.M. Waskom, J. Dobrowolski, M. O'Neill, P.M. Groffman, K. Addy, M. Barber, S. Batie, B. Benham, M. Bianchi, T. Blewett, C. Evensen, K. Farrell-Poe, C. Gardner, W. Graham, J. Harrison, T. Harter, J. Kushner, R. Lowrance, J. Lund, R. Mahler, M. McClaran, M. McFarland, D. Osmond, J. Pritchett, L. Prokopy, C. Rock, A. Shober, M. Silitonga, D. Swackhamer, J. Thurston, D. Todey, R. Turco, G. Vellidis and L. Wright Morton. 2013. Advancing water resource management in agricultural, rural, and urbanizing watersheds: Why land-grant universities matter. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(4):337-348.

Arbuckle, J.G., L.S. Prokopy, T. Haigh, J. Hobbs, T. Knoot, C. Knutson, A. Loy, A.S. Mase, J. McGuire, L.W. Morton, J. Tyndall and M. Widhalm. 2013. Climate change beliefs, concerns, and attitudes toward adaptation and mitigation among farmers in the Midwestern United States. Climatic Change Letters. 117:943-950.

Arbuckle, J.G., L.W. Morton and J. Hobbs. 2013. Farmer beliefs and concerns about climate change and attitudes toward adaptation and mitigation: Evidence from Iowa. Climatic Change. 118:551-563.

Christianson L., J.C.Tyndall and M. Helmers. 2013. Financial comparison of seven nitrate reduction strategies for Midwestern agricultural drainage. Water Resources & Economics. 2-3:30-56.

Comito, J., J. Wolseth and L.W. Morton. 2013. The state’s role in water quality: Soil and water conservation district commissioners and the agricultural status quo. Human Organization. 72(1):44-54.$1.60/1

Morton, L.W. and K.R. Olson. 2013. Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway: Redesign, reconstruction and restoration. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(2):35A-40A.

Morton, L.W., J. Hobbs and J.G. Arbuckle. 2013. Shifts in farmer uncertainty over time about sustainable farming practices and modern farming reliance on commercial fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(1):1-12.

Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2013. Impacts of 2011 Len Small levee breach on private and public Illinois lands (July/August). Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(4):89A-95A.

Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2013. Soil and crop damages as a result of levee breaches on Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Journal of Earth Science and Engineering. 3(3):139-158.

Prokopy, L.S., T. Haigh, A.S. Mase, J. Angel, C. Hart, C. Knutson, M.C. Lemos, Y. Lo, J. McGuire, L.W. Morton, J. Perron, D. Todey and M. Widhalm. 2013. Agricultural advisors: A receptive audience for weather and climate information?. Weather, Climate, and Society. 5:162-167.

Comito, J., J. Wolseth and L.W. Morton. 2012. Tillage practices, the language of blame and responsibility for water quality impacts in cultivated row crop agriculture. Human Ecology Review. 19(2):146.

Last update: 1-22-16



We're scientists and farmers working together to create a suite of practices for corn-based systems that:

  • are resilient in times of drought
  • reduce soil and nutrient losses under saturated soil conditions
  • reduce farm field nitrogen losses
  • retain carbon in the soil
  • ensure crop and soil productivity

Sustainable Corn BLOG

Farmers and scientists in the Corn Belt discussing cover crops, weather, tillage, drainage water managment and much more.


Sustainable Corn YouTube Channel

SUSTAINABLECORN.ORG | Website Administrator
This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and
Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2011-68002-30190
Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed on this website are those of the author(s)
and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.