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Agriculture Monitoring Universities

  • Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD)

    The Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) conducts innovative public policy and economic research on agricultural, environmental, and food issues. CARD uniquely combines academic excellence with engagement and anticipatory thinking to inform and benefit society. CARD researchers ...

    based in Ames, IOWA (USA).

  • Soil Nutrient Analysis Laboratory (SNAL)

    The University of Connecticut Soil Nutrient Analysis Laboratory (SNAL) has been serving the farmers, greenhouse growers and residents of Connecticut for over 50 years. Currently, it is directed by Dr. Thomas Morris and managed by Dawn Pettinelli; Deborah Tyser is our full-time laboratory ...

    based in Storrs, CONNECTICUT (USA).

  • University of California

    California Agriculture is a peer-reviewed journal reporting research, reviews and news from the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The first issue of California Agriculture was published in December 1946, making it one of the oldest, continuously published, ...

    based in Richmond, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Iowa State University Soil and Plant Analysis Laboratory (SPAL)

    Iowa State University Soil and Plant Analysis Laboratory (SPAL) is part of the Department of Agronomy in the College of Agriculture at Iowa State University. We provide soil, plant, water and environmental testing services to farmers, fruit and vegetable growers, landscape managers, home gardeners, ...

    based in Ames, IOWA (USA).

  • University of Tehran

    University of Tehran, is the oldest and largest scientific, educational and research center of the country which is called the “Mother University” and the “Symbol of higher education of the country”. This scientific center is the entering gate of Iran into the new civilization. It is also ...

    based in Tehran, IRAN.

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