Jul 15, 2022
“Seeding depth effects on elongation, emergence, and early development of California rice cultivars” with Dr. Alex Ceseski.
In California, several compounding factors make it difficult for farmers to protect their crops from weeds and algae using traditional weed control methods. Dr. Alex Ceseski and his team and working to fix that. By exploring the viability of drill-seeding in California rice production, they aim to find new solutions to a decades-old herbicide problem. This episode, join us as Alex explains how seeding depth, hearty seedlings, and water management may hold the key to stable sushi rice supplies.
Tune in to learn:
If you would like more information about this topic, this episode’s paper is available here: https://doi.org/10.1002/csc2.20504
It will be freely available from 15 July to 31 July, 2022.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @FieldLabEarth if you have comments, questions, or suggestions for show topics, and if you want more content like this don’t forget to subscribe. If you’d like to see old episodes or sign up for our newsletter, you can do so here: https://fieldlabearth.libsyn.com/.
If you would like to reach out to Alex, you can find him
If you would like to reach out to Carlos Pires from our Student
Spotlight, you can find him here:
University of California Rice Agronomy Research & Information Center: https://rice.ucanr.edu/
California Rice: https://calrice.org/
Agro Connection Podcast: https://agroconnection.net/en/podcasts/
Kansas Soil Health Partnership: https://www.ksusoilmicrobes.com/research
Sponsored by Gasmet Technologies. Check out more information at www.gasmet.com. See the GT-5000 Terra in action and the quick setup video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGgWkokLN10. Contact for more information at email@example.com.
Sponsored by METER Group. METER sensors deliver real-time, plant, soil, and atmospheric data that fuels environmental research. Listen to METER Group’s new podcast We Measure the World to hear how innovative researchers leverage environmental data to make our world a better—and more sustainable—place at metergroup.com/fieldlabearth
Field, Lab, Earth is Copyrighted by the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America.