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.
Moving Technology From Wish List to Workhorses
Research happens on every plane at NC State. We’re working above ground, below, and in the air to produce discoveries.
Southeastern NC Peanut Field Day
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 10:00am Border Belt Tobacco Research Station, Whiteville, NC
Thursday, July 25, 2019 9am-4:45pm Cherry Hospital Conference Center. Later in the day, participants will visit the Agroforestry Unit at CEFS Cherry Research Farm (farm coordinates: 35.3841520, -78.0344300) Flier Agenda Register Online
2019 Organic Commodities Field Day
July 22, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cunnigham Research Station in Kinston, 200 Cunnigham Road, Kinston, NC 28501 Register online
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.
Conservation Workshop Directs Students’ Careers
Crop and Soil Science cohosted a week of hands-on experiences with the NC Division of Soil and Water to introduce students to the broad range of conservation studies and careers.
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.”
Jim Dunphy Wins the First Ever American Soybean Association Pinnacle Award
“Recognizing the highest level of contribution and long-term leadership within the soybean family and industry.”
Jim Dunphy is First Recipient of Award Named in His Honor
“I didn’t know this was coming. That night I walked into the banquet hall to join my wife, and there was my whole family!”