Even if the Midwest gets normal rain and snow, it will take almost two years for soil moisture deep in the earth to recharge and sustain normal crop growth, said a soil scientist.
There'll be at least two more years of drought -- six feet down
MU climatologist: last year was warmest since 1895
2012 is the warmest year on record in Missouri since 1895 when climatologists began recording temperatures.
SNR commencement speaker advises to keep learning
Keep adding to your toolbox of skills and life experiences to be happy and successful in life, said William Ruppert, December commencement speaker at the University of Missouri School of Natural Resources.
Changing Pacific temperatures will give Midwest a break
A climatologist with the University of Missouri is predicting a slightly warmer than normal winter, a little below normal in precipitation and roughly 15 inches of snow for most areas.
CAFNR faculty are appearing on a Jumbotron near you
You may have noticed some friendly faces at MU football games this fall. Friendly CAFNR faces. On the big screen, no less. Just before the start of the football season, CAFNR Communications asked representatives from around the College to help us with a big project – in a short amount of time. This season, Buck’s [...]
Research farm open house set for Sept. 22
One of the University of Missouri’s most important research centers, South Farm, will host a day of science and discovery for the entire family. A tornado tracking truck, cockroach races, tethered hot air balloon rides and prize pepper tasting are just a few of the myriad interactive attractions at the event.The sixth annual South Farm [...]