Growing Turfgrass Graduates: Tools to Boost Green Industry Recruiting
Building a turfgrass team can be a major industry challenge. Here's what we're doing to grow turfgrass graduates as well as new recruiting tools to help alumni and industry partners join the effort.
Turfgrass Field Lab Receives Generous Gift
NC State's Department of Crop and Soil Sciences is honored to announce a generous estate gift from the late Stephen B. Womble to our Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Laboratory.
Turfgrass Field Day
Turfgrass Field Day – Turf Field Lab, Raleigh Wednesday, August 9 – 8:00am – 1:00pm 3920 Dr Bill Gilbert Way Raleigh, 27603
HortPack Competes at the 2023 National Landscape Competition
For the first time in four years, the HortPack student competition team traveled to participate in the 2023 National Collegiate Landscape Competition.
Art Bruneau Looks Back on a Distinguished Turfgrass Career
Art Bruneau, professor emeritus of crop and soil sciences, has played an important role in the turfgrass industry for many years. Bruneau takes a looks back on a long and distinguished career.
NC State University Releases Sola™, the Newest St. Augustinegrass
NC State’s Turfgrass Breeding and Genetics program released Sola™, a new cultivar with improved characteristics, at the annual Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Day.
HortPack Wins Third in National Landscape Competition
NC State’s HortPack won third place at the 2022 National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC) held on campus last week.
Who is the HortPack?
The HortPack is NC State's national top-ten ranking collegiate landscaping team comprised of two and four-year students from Horticultural Science and Crop and Soil Sciences. NC State hosts the 2022 national competition next week.
Crop and Soil Sciences Seminar Series
Dr. Grady Miller Professor, Crop and Soil Sciences Turfgrass Clippings From The last 5 years All seminars begin at 3:30 PM on Wednesdays. We will continue to do Zoom seminars for this spring. Zoom Details for all presentations […]
Plant Breeding AI Gets Schooled in New Student Competition
If Hillsborough Street glowed a bit brighter recently, it might have been from the collective mental energy focused on NC State and USDA-ARS’s first Agricultural Technology Hackathon.