Minnesota Daily -- University research could boost agriculture options.
See what agronomy graduate student, Kayla Altendorf and Professor Donald Wyse have to say.
Source Magazine -- Meeting the challenges of today's agriculture Jeff Gunsolus, Extension weed scientist, updates Christian Lilienthal on herbicide-resistance research.
Solutions -- Three Questions with Candice Hirsch One of the 19 new faculty members joining the college this year
Ag Professional By all accounts, Norman Borlaug was a hardworking and humble man.... says Ronald Phillips, Regents Professor at the University of Minnesota.
Twin Cities Daily Planet Environmentalists would like Minnesota farmers to plant more cover crops that enrich the soil as alternatives to corn and soy beans. Farmers want to run profitable operations. State funding is being proposed for the University of Minnesota to make those two aims compatible rather than mutually exclusive...For most of the year, Minnesota’s 27 million acres of farmland lacks plants with active roots in the soil, except during the summer growing season, according to slides presented to the committee by Donald Wyse, a University of Minnesota agriculture professor.
U of M Experts: More Winter Annuals Could Help Combat Herbicide
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2014 Philip C. Hayes Memorial Lecture and Scholarship in the Plant Sciences Presentation
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