The One Who (Almost) Got Away
Eliza Hardy’s great-great-great grandfather, Perrin Busbee, was NC State’s first football coach. When it came time for college applications, CALS was Eliza’s top choice – until her application was first deferred, then wait-listed. Her path to CALS? Complicated.
Graze in the Shade: Silvopasture’s Benefits
How can a grower be more productive per acre while improving grassland ecosystems? How do we increase production to feed a growing population while sustaining available resources? Could silvopasture help? NC State’s Miguel Castillo is finding answers.
The Crop and Soil Sciences Class of 2018.
Congratulations to our graduates!
Outreach Grows Next-Generation Leaders for Agriculture and Life Sciences
Two programs in NC State’s Department of Crop and Soil Sciences illustrate the creative, compelling ways that CALS faculty members get kids excited about agriculture and biosciences.
The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences is pleased to announce four faculty members who have recently completed the promotion and tenure process
Crop Science Professor and Soybean Expert Jim Dunphy Retires with Distinction
“The State of North Carolina acknowledges and extends its sincere appreciation for your many years of dedicated service.”
Crop and Soil Sciences Graduate Students Leadership
Crop and Soil Sciences graduate students Drew Pinnix and Wayne Roper completed the Agriculture Leadership Learning Institute graduate student training program
Crop and Soil Sciences Extension in the Field
Crop & Soil Sciences small grains specialist Angela Post informs farmers about malted barley varieties during the April 23 Malt Barley Field Tour
Chancellor Randy Woodson is Back in Class as Guest Lecturer
Chancellor Randy Woodson served as guest lecturer for STS 323: World Population and Food Prospects
Meet Charlie Cahoon
I’m honored to be a part of the weed science group here. It’s a great group and I think we’re doing something special.