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Michigan State University

August 24, 2015


Management suggestions for barley yellow dwarf virus control


August 23, 2015


Program awards grant to develop strategies to increase long-term effectiveness of Bt corn


August 13, 2015


Biochemist studies oilseed plants for biofuel, industrial development


Research reveals the molecular secrets of plants’ defense mechanisms at the atomic level


June 17, 2015


Microbes could be key for better yields, stronger plants


June 15, 2015


Transatlantic science connection for better beer


June 9, 2015


Helpful tips for scouting alfalfa during the growing season – Part 2: Diseases


June 5, 2015


New Michigan State University research reveals that Varroa mites are infiltrating hives by smelling like bees


May 17, 2015


Rhizoctonia stem rot occurs on numerous ornamental plant species


April 15, 2015


Discovery of new plant switch could boost crops, biofuel production


April 7, 2015


Organic food sales begin to plateau - Despite access to organic food products in the marketplace, the growth rate of U.S. sales has leveled off


March 24, 2015


Michigan State University is spreading the seeds of big data


Rhizoctonia management: Are all fungicides the same? When managing sugarbeet Rhizoctonia, expect only seedling disease control from seed treatments, use proven practices and be cautious of generic fungicides


March 13, 2015


Grant helps study aerial seeding as method of cover crop establishment - Michigan State University Extension and partners received SARE grant funds to demonstrate and promote aerial cover crop seeding on northeast Michigan corn and soybean acres


January 28, 2015


The Facebook of plant science


January 21, 2015


Best of the best: Top plant performers at the 2014 - MSU Annual Trials – Part 2


January 13, 2015


Michigan State University Extension  publications that help minimize yield loss from diseases and other pests - Try shop.msu.edu to order your 2015 MSU Extension bulletins in print or PDF format. It’s easy, fast and convenient.


December 23, 2014


Disease or disorder: How do I tell the difference? Part 2 - Recognizing diseases on vegetable transplants in the greenhouse can improve your scouting (Michigan State University Extension)


Disease or disorder: How do I tell the difference? Part 1 - Learn how to identify disorders to ease your scouting in the greenhouse and field (Michigan State University Extension)


December 17, 2014


2014 Michigan Garden Plant Tour recap – Part 1


November 28, 2014


2014 Weed Control Guide for Vegetable Crops (Michigan State University)


November 26, 2014


Sugarbeet Seed Week meetings will help in variety selection (Farmers Advance)


November 25, 2014


Michigan, USA - Should you plant earlier maturing soybean varieties?


November 21, 2014


So you want to bring a new plant to market? Part 1 - Plant breeders interested in bringing novel new plant varieties to the market will need to go through many steps.  


October 23, 2014


Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources hits 40-year enrollment high


October 4, 2014


New technology expands options for cover crop establishment in northern climates - Innovative interseeding equipment allows cover crop establishment prior to fall harvest


October 3, 2014


Michigan State University researchers earn $7.7 million in specialty crop grants from USDA


August 23, 2014


Sugarbeet production technology: what has changed? Improvements in sugarbeet production include improved genetics, fine-tuned fertilizer applications, reduced tillage and disease management


August 20, 2014


Michigan State University gradudate appointed Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources in Rwanda (Farmers Advance)


August 6, 2014


U.S. Department of Agriculture awards $6.9 million grant to Michigan State University to to develop sustainable pollination strategies for specialty crops in the United States





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