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Miscellaneous Archived Impact Statements

NC-007 Plant Genetic Resources - Dr. Burton Johnson, NDSU Plant Sciences Department, participates in the Plant Genetic Resources multi-state committee NC-007. 

NC007 Impact Statement

NCERA-208 Emerging Soybean Rust Threat - Dr. Sam Markell, Plant Pathology, is a participant and contributed data to NCERA-208. This project focuses on tracking SBR, mobilizing resources to fight the disease, and testing fungicide treatments.

NCERA208 impact statement

NC-1034 Impact Analysis and Decision Strategies - Dr. Saleem Shaik, Agribusiness and Applied Economics, is a participant and contributed data to NC-1034. The value of agricultural research was studied in order to develop information to assist policy makers in making and implementing agricultural science policy.

NC1034 impact statement

NCERA-59 Soil Organic Matter - Dr. Larry Cihacek, School of Natural Resource Sciences, was a participant and contributed data to NCERA-59. This inter-disciplinary project combined research and outreach activity to further understanding of how soil organic matter forms and how to enhance and manage soil organic matter.

NCERA59 impact statement

NCERA-180 Site-Specific Crop Management - Dr. David Franzen, School of Natural Resource Sciences, and Dr. Ganesh Bora, formerly in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, were participants and contributed data to NCERA-180. Members worked with private and public sectors to develop and test new technologies, including site-specific management software, to further improve precision agriculture practices. 

NCERA180 impact statement

S-1039 Managing Soybean Insect Pests - Dr. Janet Knodel, Plant Pathology, was a participant and contributed data to S-1039. This research has led to greater understanding of soybean pests and how to efficiently combat them; an extensive educational effort reached thousands of producers with key management information.

S1039 impact statement

W-2001 Rural Population Change - Dr. Richard Rathge, retired professor of Agribusiness and Applied Economics, was a participant on the W-2001 multi-state research committee and contributed to information presented in the following impact statement.


NCERA-184 Management of Small Grain Diseases - An impact statement from the small grain plant pathology committee (NCERA-184) describes some of the accomplishments of this group: providing disease management information to wheat and barley farmers through a disease prediction system estimated in value at $47 million per year; and sharing information about disease risks and genetic and fungicide management options. See more information at the impact statement (pdf) below.

NCERA184 Impact Statement

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