2021 Graduate Fellowships Fuel Crop and Soil Research
NC State's Department of Crop and Soil Sciences is proud to provide financial assistance to many of our2021 graduate students.
A Chance to Match Your Excitement for N.C. PSI
CALS has received a very special set of gifts that enables us to match the gifts of donors who name a space in the NC State University Plant Sciences Building. Time is limited, so please contact us with your interest as soon as possible.
Crop and Soil Sciences Alumni Honored at 2021 CALS Awards Ceremony
Drs. Harold Coble and Colby Moorberg were recently honored at the 2021 annual CALS Alumni Awards banquet.
Mastering The Business of Golf Course Agronomics [Career Guide]
NC State alumnus John Jeffreys of Pinehurst No.2 reveals what golf course superintendents do and the path turfgrass students can follow for success.
Balancing Bioenergy Goals
Researchers at NC State are evaluating biomass crops and land-use strategies to help North Carolina growers assess and capitalize on bioenergy trends in an environmentally responsible way.
STEPping Up Phosphorus Research
NC State Soil Fertility Specialist Luke Gatiboni took over a longtime study that relied on traditional research technologies and methods. But as of last week, that work is set to get amplified at nearly every level.
From an early age, the concept of extension struck a chord with Richard Reich, especially after his father passed away at an early age. Now Reich and his wife, Marcia, honor their fathers – and NC State Extension – by supporting the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative.
New Sports Turf Management Book Levels the Playing Field
Turfgrass expert Grady Miller has co-authored a new, comprehensive guide to help Carolina sports field managers grow and maintain their athletic fields.
New NSF Center Will Advance Phosphorus Sustainability
A new interdisciplinary center will advance ambitious goals to reduce phosphorus dependence — with the support of a five-year, $25 million grant.
Globally Recognized Agricultural Leader to Become First N.C. PSI Director
Adrian Percy, respected agricultural R&D leader, is set to become the first executive director of the North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative. Percy says he was drawn to N.C. PSI for its strong potential to positively impact agriculture and society.