Faculty Focus: Dr. Zheng Li
Learn more about Zheng's research in the field of microeconometrics.
Goodwin Recognized by IDEAS and AAEA
Barry's newest accomplishments exemplify the lasting legacy of his research in the field of agricultural economics.
The ‘Public Good’ of Controlling Mobile Pests with Genetically Engineered Crops
Choosing to plant genetically engineered seed that will grow insect-resistant corn (Bt corn) is more expensive at the time of planting but is common practice in places like the United States and the Philippines. This study takes a closer look at those who do not plant genetically engineered seed because their neighbors use of Bt corn eliminated the local pest pressure.
Archie Griffin Plans Farm of the Future
Archie is an alumni of the inaugural class of the Executive Farm Management Program, which began in 2017.
Amber Tigers and the Baltic Population Problem
The effects of decreasing populations in Baltic countries are being offset by bringing in labor from Asian countries like Taiwan. Thomas Grennes assesses the impact that could have on the global economy.
NC State Economist: New Study Explores Climate Change Impacts on North Carolina Coastal Angling
Recreational fishing is an important source of income and jobs in North Carolina. Read how could the industry be impacted by changing weather patterns.
New Extension Resources
See recent presentations from ARE Extension on risk management in the dairy industry, the NC swine enterprise, CFAP 2.0, and farm estates and wealth transfer.
Sweet Success With Sweetpotatoes
In this episode of Farms, Food and You, Daniel Tregeagle and other industry experts discuss the special role of sweetpotatoes (yes, it is really one word!) in NC agriculture.
Executive Farm Management Program Accepting Applications for 2021 “Bootcamp”
EFM Bootcamp will be February 9 through February 11, 2021. All instruction will be virtual.
Upcoming Webinar: Wheat Marketing and Weed Control
Join us online for Part 2 of our “Wheat Production Series” on Nov. 6, from 8 to 9 a.m. NC State Extension specialists will be providing the latest information for you on crop marketing and weed control.