Sorghum for nematode and soil health management

Project Type: Graduate Student
Funds awarded in 2020: $25,000.00
Projected End Date: 08/31/2022
Host Institution Award ID: G169-21-W7902
Grant Recipient: University of Hawaii
Region: Western
State: Hawaii
Graduate Student:
Major Professor:
Dr. Koon-Hui Wang
University of Hawaii
Major Professor:
Dr. Amjad Ahmad
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Roshan Paudel
University of Hawaii
Joshua Silva
University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Tropical Agriculture a
Dr. Philip Waisen
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Division
This video showcases the multipurpose of sorghum as a cover crop in terms of suppressing plant-parasitic nematodes, adding soil carbon, improving water conservation and microbial activities in a vegetable agroecosystem in Hawaii.
Roshan Paudel, University of Hawaii
Koon-Hui Wang, University of Hawaii
Sabina BUdathoki, University of Hawaii
Michael Dolieslager, University of Hawaii
Hailey Catherman, University of Hawaii
Target audiences:
Farmers/Ranchers; Educators; Researchers
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