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FREP blog gives research update on CDFA-funded project about benefits of CropManage for irrigation and nitrogen management in Central Valley almonds, processing tomatoes, alfalfa

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Fertilizer Research and Education Program (FREP) has released a blog post: Research Update: Benefits of CropManage for Optimum Irrigation and Nitrogen Management in Central Valley.

This post is part of a Research Update series that highlights projects funded by CDFA’s FREP Grant Program.

Project Title: Adapting CropManage Irrigation and Nitrogen Management Decision Support Tool for Central Valley Crops
Project Leaders: Michael Cahn (UCCE), Patrick Brown (UCD), Allan Fulton (UCCE)
Project Status: Complete (3-year project) 
Overview: This FREP-funded project provides information on the expansion of CropManage (CM) decision support tool to include some of the Central Valley (CV) crops including almonds, processing tomato, and alfalfa.

Click here to read about the project’s background, approach and results intended to help farmers with environmentally safe and agronomically sound use and handling of fertilizing materials.

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