A Weslaco researcher developed and evaluated internet-based applications and mobile phone and tablet applications to improve crop efficiency, productivity, and profitability per unit of irrigation of water applied.
Low cost, rapid, near-infrared spectroscopy techniques developed at the San Angelo center will improve the efficiency of wool marketing to reduce costs for buyers and growers.
The Algae for Fuel program at the Pecos Station developed and evaluated flocculation processes for harvesting algae to reduce the cost of algal lipid production by 30% in 2012-2013.
Scientists discovered that conservation practices in streams of the Upper Mississippi River reduce sediment loads by 31%.
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