Texas Tech University graduate students play an integral role in furthering research of forage-based crop/livestock systems to better manage water, improve production efficiency, and maximize profitability across the Texas High Plains. Since 1997, over two dozen Master’s, PhD, and visiting students have conducted research and published articles related to sustainable integrated systems research in the Texas High Plains. The following are examples of current studies by Texas Tech University graduate students.
Want more information? See the related SARE grants:
- Long-term AgroEcosystems Research and Adoption in the Texas Southern High Plains – Phase I (LS11-238)
- Long-term AgroEcosystems Research and Adoption in the Texas Southern High Plains – Phase II (LS14-261)
- Evaluation of winter annual cover crops under multiple residue managements: Impacts on land management, soil water depletion, and cash crop productivity. (GS15-152)