At some point, the buildup of copper in the soil could start to negatively affect crop production," says soil scientist Jim Ippolito, who works at the Agricultural Research Service's Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory in Kimberly, Idaho.
What does NWISRL stand for?
NWISRL stands for Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory (Idaho)
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Vegetable and Forage Crops Research Unit, Prosser, Washington 1 research unit * 39 employees Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory, Kimberly, Idaho 1 research unit * 40 employees U.
So David Tarkalson and David Bjorneberg, who work at the ARS Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory in Kimberly, Idaho, conducted a 2-year study to see whether farmers who use conventional methods of tillage and fertilizer application could increase corn yields by banding fertilizer with strip tillage instead.
Kincaid, USDA-ARS Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory, 3793 North 3600 East, Kimberly, ID 83341; phone (208) 423-6503, fax (208) 423-6555, e-mail kincaid@kimberly.
He is with the ARS Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory at Kimberly, Idaho.