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We’re Bridging the Gap Between Climate & Agriculture

Research Areas of Inquiry

A seedling emerging from the soil in our climate & agriculture research

Biochar

Optimizing biochar application for carbon capture, soil function & economic value.

A saltwater marsh at dawn

Saltwater Intrusion

Understanding agricultural, economic & ecosystem impacts of flooding sea-level.

Climate & agricultural work together to produce row crops like these

Carbon Stability & Emissions

Evaluating agricultural systems for production, economics & stewardship.

Updates from #NCSTATECASM

N is too expensive to lose, but up to 50% of applied N can be lost in soil cycling. @AlexWoodleySoil is studying if EEFs can improve N use efficiency, reduce GHGs, and potentially reduce farm inputs. He’s looking beyond yield. #NCSTATECASM
https://cals.ncsu.edu/crop-and-soil-sciences/news/when-crops-eat-first/

We have 50+ folks coming to Hyde County tomorrow for a saltwater intrusion tour. Major impacts occurring to soils and crops in coastal NC. We have been sampling #soils all week #NCSTATECASM

What’s the relationship between soil quality and climate? Dr. Bob answers. Exactly the work #NCSTATECASM is addressing. https://coastalreview.org/2022/06/climate-change-sharpens-focus-on-nc-farms-soil-quality/

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Interdisciplinary Impact

CASM is an multi-disciplinary research group from several NC State departments and is a founding cohort in the NC Plant Sciences Initiative.

Crop & Soil Sciences
Agricultural & Resource Economics
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Biological & Agricultural Engineering