Showing 5 Result(s)

Morning Glory [Pak Bong (Lao)] Regrowth

3 Days after the cattle grazed the field.
3 Days after the cattle grazed the field.

IMG_20140506_134443

IMG_20140506_134510

IMG_20140506_134534

14 days after the cattle grazed the field.
14 days after the cattle grazed the field.

IMG_20140515_153505

IMG_20140515_153501

IMG_20140515_153501_1

IMG_20140515_153448

15 days regrowth biochar amendments on morning glory.
15 days regrowth biochar amendments on morning glory.

IMG_20140516_160041

IMG_20140516_160048

IMG_20140516_160052

IMG_20140516_160106

18 days regrowth biochar amendments on morning glory.

IMG_20140518_152304

IMG_20140518_152320

IMG_20140518_152335

IMG_20140518_152346

IMG_20140518_152402

IMG_20140518_152412

IMG_20140518_152423

IMG_20140518_152436

IMG_20140518_152451

IMG_20140518_152524

IMG_20140518_152533

2nd Field Trip Visual Updates from B. Ekxang, Laos

This brief post summarized our second field visit at Pilot Site A located at the Ban Ekxang village on January 15, 2014. The field experimental trials have been scaled up to pilot test soil and water treatments to two typographical landscapes located within the same village with diverse soil structure, texture, etc, but with the …

Soil Laboratory Visit & Field Trip to Ban Ek Xang, Vientiane Prefecture, Lao PDR

January 9, 2014 So far, everything is working as initially planned. I met with my supervisor and we made few modifications to the proposed research plan (details of which will not be posted here). However, in general the meeting was productive and geared towards harnessing my time here to achieve the maximum outcome possible. So, …

%d bloggers like this: