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Compared to other potential feedstocks such as sugarcane, sugar beet, maize, and watermelon, sweet sorghum possesses higher levels of directly fermentable reducing sugars within the culm and the ability to accumulate high biomass under low‐input production systems. In addition, it is tolerant to...
Common bean is a vital component of food security and reduction in malnutrition in developing nations of the world. In a year of low rainfall and high temperature during flowering and high rainfall during grain filling, we studied the effects of (1) water availability and tillage on soil...
Wheat is the most important staple crop in temperate zones and is in increasing demand in countries undergoing urbanization and industrialization. In addition to being a major source of starch and energy, wheat also provides substantial amounts of a number of components which are essential or...
Wheat residue incorporation into the rice paddy field is becoming a popular practice in rice production in China's main rice‐growing area but risks an increased emission of greenhouse gases. This study investigated if an alternate wetting and moderate drying (AWMD) irrigation regime in rice...
Wheat and rice are the most important food crops in agriculture providing around 50% of all calories consumed in the human diet. While both are C3 species, the evolution and domestication of wheat and rice occurred in very different environments, resulting in diverse anatomical and metabolic...
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