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We are exploring the effects of agricultural management on resource use, economics, and the environment over the course of 100 years

The Century Experiment

We are exploring the effects of agricultural management on resource use, economics, and the environment over the course of 100 years

The Century Experiment

We are exploring the effects of agricultural management on resource use, economics, and the environment over the course of 100 years

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by Laura Crothers last modified May 15, 2018 04:16 PM
Changes in the soil and the environment happen gradually, so we started our flagship 100-year experiment—the Century Experiment—in 1993 to understand the real impacts of agricultural management on resource use, economics, and the environment in the long term.

The philosophy of the Century Experiment is a simple one: studying how farm management practices impact the ecology of the farm over the seasons, years, and decades will help us figure out how to make agriculture and food production more sustainable.

On the 72 one-acre plots of the Century Experiment, we measure these trends by regularly observing:

The Experimental Design
Unlike most other long-term agricultural cropping systems studies, Russell Ranch is located in a region with a Mediterranean climate, meaning that most of the rain falls between November and April and little rain is received during the summer, a drought period accompanied by high temperatures. The Mediterranean climate type stretches across the western U.S., all the way north through central Washington State and Montana, south to southern CA and New Mexico. The Mediterranean climate provides prime conditions for production of many crops, as the dry period limits disease and pest damage, but also stresses crop plants during the summer and necessitates irrigation to grow healthy crops. We use irrigation systems at a large scale similar to those used by field crop growers in California, so that our findings scale up and are applicable to large farms throughout the state of California and the western United States.

The cropping systems in the long-term experiment include rainfed and irrigated systems, organic and conventional systems, and different forms and quantity of nitrogen inputs. The study began in 1993 with a uniform sudangrass crop to evaluate inherent soil differences and the original cropping systems were first planted in 1994. The cropping systems at the Century Experiment are designed to fall along a gradient of increasing irrigation and fertilization intensity, and a gradient of crop management philosophies (i.e., conventional to organic to a hybrid system) mirroring typical crop rotations common to the Sacramento valley. Currently, the Century Experiment contains ten systems that are:

Each system is repeated on six one-acre plots, featuring three plots for each of the two phases (for the two-year rotations).

Long-term experiments are dynamic and need to respond to changing farming practices, as well as address evolving scientific priorities. For example, as subsurface drip tape became available to reduce water use in agroecosystems, we invested in conversion from flood irrigation to subsurface drip in most of our corn-tomato systems. Following this change, UC Davis scientists are leading research into optimizing irrigation efficiency with subsurface drip, while also working to understand the effects of this large-scale irrigation change on soil health. New innovations are always being explored to keep the Century Experiment on the cutting edge of crop management methodologies and technologies.The cropping systems of the long-term project are being evaluated to be more flexible and responsive to current trends, while maintaining the integrity of the long-term experiment. Additional new projects being discussed include:

It was the kind of game that made me believe that Oklahoma is loading up for more national title runs and that they could be facing the same Georgia or Auburn opponents when they get there as they did in Texas.

More on that …

* Theo Wease is the big, polished outside receiver that can continuously chip away at defenses for first down yardage. His 30 catches on the week were tied for second among all receivers with…

*… Austin Stogner . Stogner at tight end was one of the real revelations of the event. We’ve long thought he was a good player, but he barged into a different tier with his showing in Texas. He also had 30 catches and was sure-handed, tough, physical, and showed body control and sneaky athleticism that I’m not sure we realized he possessed. He’s not Mark Andrews or Grant Calcaterra . He’s a different breed of tight end, a guy who can be an in-line blocker, who can stay on the field in short-yardage situations and who can still be a dangerous mismatch out of the slot. He’ll be a new toy for Lincoln Riley , one of the best offensive minds in the game, that will make Oklahoma even more diverse and difficult to defend.

* Trejan Bridges continues to be one of my favorite receivers in this class. He’s a pure receiver with the versatility to line up inside or outside and probe defenses and defensive backs for weaknesses. He will put up huge numbers in Norman and despite all the pass-catch talent Oklahoma has coming in, he’s my favorite prospect of the bunch.

* Auburn fans have to be thrilled with the amount of time Bo Nix and George Pickens have spent this offseason playing 7on7 together. The chemistry will certainly carry over to the college level and Nix has facilitated Pickens’ rise to one of the top receivers in the country this offseason. His nine touchdowns were tied for most at the event.

* Owen Pappoe didn’t compete on the second day of action so he wasn’t there for the SEC vs. Oklahoma showdown but the Auburn commit is your modern linebacker. Pappoe led the event in pass breakups with six despite only competing one day. He also had two interceptions and returned one for a touchdown. In the past, he would be described as undersized. Today, he’s exactly what every defense needs: a linebacker who is as effective dropping into coverage as he is at attacking the run game.

I’ve got a confession to make. Entering this event, we had some collective doubts about Kayvon Thibodeaux , our original No. 1 prospect in the class of 2019 for 247Sports and the current top player per the 247Sports Composite. Thibodeaux had been to a few events where he was frankly underwhelming. There was some concern that he was better classified as a five-star candidate than a No. 1 candidate.

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