UW Receives $700,000 Research Grant

UW Receives $700,000 Research Grant

The University of Wyoming recently received a $700,000 grant to research ways of improving the competitiveness of organic crop and forage producers.

UW Professor Brett Hess says the funding, awarded by the USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture, will be used by UW scientists to continue to expand a current research project:

Hess adds that the current project phase will last three years, allowing scientists to study the long- and short-term carbon and nitrogen dynamics in organic crop soil.


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