Research at the Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center (HARC) could yield new a new crop for Missouri landowners.
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Pine straw can be great mulch and boost for Missouri landowners
Jerry Hitzhusen collaborates to bring golf to veterans young and old
Jerry Hitzhusen, associate professor of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, strives for inclusion through Boots on the Green golf program for veterans.
CAFNR faculty, staff and students explore the Baskett Wildlife Research and Education Center
They’re not blazing a trail of exploration á la Lewis and Clark, but they are keen observers, and their hiking tradition has not only fulfilled their desire to take in the sights, sounds and smells of the forest, it’s also led to research projects, teaching ideas and forest management strategies.
Dusty Walter named superintendent at the Hugo Wurdack Research Center and director of natural resources management for CAFNR's out-state research center network
Dusty Walter tapped as the natural resources manager for CAFNR's research center network and superintendent of the Hugo Wurdack Research Center. The Columbia, Mo. native brings creative approaches to integrating agriculture and forestry.
Research Centers across Missouri will host workshops and Field Days throughout the year to bring the latest technologies, techniques and tools to Missouri's agricultural producers. From creating quail habitat to installing subirrigation to improve yields, CAFNR's researchers will showcase the breadth and depth of the 17 unique research centers that compose the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station.
Climate conditions not quite the same as 2007
The Central Plains may be spared a repeat of the historic April 4-10, 2007 cold wave that disrupted agricultural production, says a University of Missouri climate researcher. Millions of dollars in crop loss hit orchards, hay fields and newly sprouted corn.