COVER CROP IMPACTS ON SOIL MICROBIAL POPULATIONS AND NITROGEN CYCLING OF DRYLAND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN THE TEXAS ROLLING PLAINS

The Rolling Plains of Texas are characteristic of a low input, high risk environment with semi-arid conditions and sporadic, high intensity storms followed by periods of long drought. Agricultural practices that increase input costs are not readily adopted in the region; however, better management practices might be needed to tolerate global climate change. Cover crops in no-till agriculture have been used to increase soil health under environments with low precipitationand serve as an alternative to fallow management.

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