Maricopa Agricultural Center

A 2,100-acre research farm within The College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

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Develop and conduct an applied research program to solve problems of stakeholders in the low desert region of the southwestern United States. Also develop and conduct extension support program to complement research program. Research may include plant nutrient utilization, soil and water management, salinity, and fate and transport of agriculturally derived chemicals and environmental toxins.

Course Material Fertilizer App Bard Water District Report



Thompson, T. 1996. Agricultural Fertilizers as a Source of Pollution. In I.L. Pepper, C.P .Gerba, and M.L. Brusseau (eds) Pollution Science pp. 211-223.