Student Spotlight: Takshay Patel
Takshay Patel, a Horticultural Science Ph.D. candidate, left India to discover purpose as a plant breeder.
Student Spotlight: MacKenzie Hare
Now approaching graduation, undergraduate student MacKenzie ‘Mac’ Hare was inspired to pursue a landscape design career after taking an introductory course to horticulture.
Horticulture Team Sixth in National Competition
The Horticulture Competition Team returned from Alamance Community College finishing 6th place out of 62 colleges and universities.
Taking Aim at Destructive Weeds
Palmer amaranth is one of the biggest production challenges farmers in the Southeast face. At NC State, scientists and graduate students are making progress toward lessening the weed’s impact in a range of crops. Here, we highlight the work of soon-to-graduate students Nicholas Basinger and Cole Smith.
Extension Announces 2018 N.C. AgVentures Grant Winners
North Carolina AgVentures cost-share grants strengthen agriculturally dependent families and communities by supporting farm operators who have innovative plans to diversify, expand, or implement new production, marketing or distribution strategies.
Labor Intensive: Extension Agent Andrea Gibbs
With the birth of her first baby weeks away, Extension Agriculture Agent Andrea Gibbs is still on the job covering 1,000 square miles of farmland — more than an hour from the nearest hospital.
Real-World Problems, Meet Your Solutions: CALS’ New Entrepreneurship Series
Aspiring agribusiness entrepreneurs now have three new CALS courses focused on bringing ideas from concept to commercialization. A serial agribusiness developer wanted to know whether an oyster farm on a North Carolina island could be profitable. A local nursery sought […]
Straight from the Kitchen, Garden and Farm: Homegrown Educates, Connects North Carolinians
Homegrown, a new educational video series from NC State Extension, aims to reconnect people to the food, landscapes and agriculture of North Carolina.