News and Events
Building Our Community
2022 has been a year of expansion for our department. The growing demand for agricultural and environmental solutions is catapulting us forward. We’ve added 68 new hires this year, including four new faculty in key areas of emerging need.
Growing Efficiency in Greenhouses
Partnership results in improved energy efficiency in campus greenhouses
High School Hunger Heroes Invited!
Registration is open for the 2022 NC Youth Institute hosted on campus by NC State's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences on April 1st.
2020 Year In Review Available
We are pleased to invite you for a look back at some of Crop and Soil Sciences’ highlights of 2020. Our teams in academics, research and Extension pushed forward and through the pandemic to produce a year of overwhelming accomplishment despite frustrations and hardship.
December Graduation Arrives (Virtually)
To commemorate our graduates’ achievement, and to spite the long, strange year, on Friday we're updating our Celebration of Success website to capture and uplift this celebratory moment. (It’s when we would normally be cutting the big cake in Williams Hall.)
Online Turfgrass Field Day #1 is 6/24
NC State's annual Turfgrass Field Day is usually a huge, humid, one-day event in August. But as with everything 2020, this year it's changing - and offering unique opportunities.
Graduate Students Tackle Weeds and Webinars
NC State students are pressing on. Many are tackling tough weed science challenges and persisting despite the interruptions to daily student life.
Meet the Hemp Grower’s Guide – David Suchoff
Hemp is a hot, emerging market. To help growers produce a profitable hemp crop, David Suchoff joins Crop and Soil Sciences as our new Alternative Crops Extension Specialist.
Envirothon Competition Centers on NC Agriculture
The 2019 North American National Conservation Foundation (NCF)-Envirothon Competition ended as a North Carolina nail-biter last week.
Luke Gatiboni Returns to Crop & Soil Sciences’ Fertile Grounds
The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences welcomes Luke Gatiboni as an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist in soil fertility and nutrient management. He comes to us after 15 years at Santa Catarina State University in Brazil researching and teaching on soil fertility.