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Crop Science Society of America (CSSA)

November 18, 2014

Mineral uptake and genetic diversity in rice

November 3, 2014

Feeding the world: profile of a World Food Prize winner Dr. Sanjaya Rajaram

October 30, 2014

AgriLife Research scientist James P. Muir named Crop Science Society of America Fellow

October 15, 2014

B.B. Singh's quest to make cowpea the food legume of the 21st century

September 12, 2014

Breeding better soybeans for the northern United States

September 1, 2014

Long-term trial compares organic and conventional agriculture

August 21, 2014

“Waxy” winter wheat debuts in Nebraska

June 10, 2014

New study examines the mineral micronutrient content of four types of grain legumes, often overlooked as valuable sources of micronutrients, such as zinc and potassium

May 14, 2014

Book reviews yield gains of major U.S. crops - Studying increases in yield important to understanding how food and fiber needs will be met in the future

April 9, 2014

An assessment of the relative influences of genetic background, functional diversity at major regulatory genes, and transgenic constructs on the tomato fruit metabolome (The Plant Genome)

April 3, 2014

A new approach to detecting unintended changes in GM foods

March 20, 2014

Agricultural workforce study: we need more trained scientists to help feed the world

March 7, 2014

Research shows foods from GM crops safe, no special labeling needed - Genetically modified crops are an important tool to meet society’s growing demand for food, feed, and fiber

December 13, 2013

Coolbean the Soybean: bringing agronomy to life - Teaching students about agronomy through the life cycle of a soybean

October 16, 2013

New soil testing kit for third world countries - Results can help farmers increase yields

October 2, 2013

Crop Science Society of America announces 2013 award recipients

August 28, 2013

Madison crop breeders work to reduce costs of organic vegetables - Tastier, less expensive sweet corn

May 14, 2013

Crop rotation with nematode-resistant wheat can protect tomatoes - A resistant strain of wheat can reduce nematode numbers in the soil and protect the next rotation of tomato plants

February 6, 2013

Benefits of Bt corn go beyond rootworm resistance

December 7, 2012

American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America and Soil Science Society of America applaud President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology for agricultural research enterprise report

November 16, 2012

U.S. ag scientists and community members speak out in support of science research - More than 1350 scientists and members of the agricultural community signed a petition asking lawmakers to avoid crippling budget cuts

August 28, 2012

Athletic field paint steals spotlight from the grass it covers - Study investigates the health effects field paints have on the turfgrass they cover

June 27, 2012

New research finds unique crop diversity, struggle to save it - Some farmers in Mexico found to hold the key to conserving special bean

May 30, 2012

Time is ticking for some crop's wild relatives -New edge of extinction research is creating a revival of conservation and interest in what these old plants mean to the future

May 22, 2012

Analysis of U.S. genetically engineered crop regulation and litigation

May 8, 2012

New research reveals challenges in U.S. genetically engineered crop regulatory process

May 2, 2012

Strategic publishing partnership announced by prominent U.S. science societies - Alliance of crop, soil, and environmental science societies to provide publication management and marketing

January 30, 2012

New book challenges statistics for agricultural sciences - Range of methods considered standard is inadequate for today's research

September 16, 2011

Breeding soybeans for improved feed - Unique study shows the progress of soybean breeding for improved animal nutrition

Scab resistance in durum wheat



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