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Site-specific Technology Aids Nematode Control When Cotton Fields Turn to Soybeans
John Rupe research into the problem of parasites in soybeans shows a nematicide chemical is the most effective control strategy .
Successful Thesis Defenses in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
Brooke Anderson, Willy Mulimbi Byamungu, and Noussayma Njeim successfully defended their respective master's theses in Bumpers College.
Ag Education Grad Students, Bumpers College Faculty Make Presentations, Earn NACTA Awards
Assistant professor Jill Rucker was honored with an educator award, and graduate students Hailey Gates, Alisha Hayden and Lesley Smith earned awards for their teaching.
U of A Alumnus Named Inaugural Endowed Agriculture Chair at Arkansas State
Alumnus Aaron Shew has been named the inaugural holder of the R.E. Lee Wilson Chair of Agricultural Business at Arkansas State University.
Animal Science, Food Science, Horticulture Hosting Summer STEM Camp
Three departments in the U of A's Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences are teaming up for a summer STEM camp. Register by July 27.
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative Draws Native American Youth
The 5th annual leadership summit was held in the School of Law to teach Native American agribusiness and food policy.
International Class Will Be Studying Arkansas Food Industries and Cuisine
The interactive international summer food science short course features Arkansas and regional cuisine, and area food industries.
Arkansas Researchers to Train Food Science Cybersecurity Professionals
The USDA grant establishes the Food and Cyber Education project to protect the increasingly automated U.S. food industry from cyberattacks.
Animal Science Hosts Multi-State Livestock Judging Camp
Fifty-one students ranging in age from 6 to 17 participated in this year's camp, which was held Monday, June 4, through Thursday, June 7.
Agricultural Technology and Law Issues to Be Discussed at National Conference
The conference — Advancing American Agriculture: Ag Technology & The Law — will be Aug. 15-16 in Little Rock at the Statehouse Convention Center.