Kate's research on soil health and pathogen survival in organic systems was covered in AmericanFarm.com
Check out the recent article in AmericanFarm.com, which highlights work conducted by Dr. Cassandra Swett, Dr. Kate Tully, and Emmi Koivunen on methods to suppress pathogen survival while improving soil health in organic berry systems.
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Dr. Kate Tully
Kate is an Assistant Professor of Agroecology at the University of Maryland.
Briana is a MS student in AgroEcoLab and studies how cover crop management affects weed suppression and nutrient cycling.
Dani is a PhD student in the AgroEcoLab and studies the effects of sea level rise on coastal farming communities and estuarine biogeochemistry.
Resham is a PhD student in the AgroEcoLab and studies how to improve water and nutrient use efficiency in cover crop systems.