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Precision planter training offered by Vantage South March 3

Vantage South will offer precision planter training March 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the E.V. Smith Research Center in Shorter. Lunch and drinks will be provided by Vantage South. Advance registration is required using the event’s online registration form. The day...

Precision planter training offered by Vantage South March 3

Vantage South will offer precision planter training March 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the E.V. Smith Research Center in Shorter. Lunch and drinks will be provided by Vantage South. Advance registration is required using the event’s online registration form. The day...
2017’s Discovery, Roundup give public up-close look at agriculture

New AAES grant program addresses critical agricultural needs

By Paul Hollis Long-term research is vital to the future of U.S. production agriculture, but farmers can’t always afford to wait for solutions to their most pressing problems. That’s why a new Auburn University funding program is providing shorter-term grants that...

2017’s Discovery, Roundup give public up-close look at agriculture

New teaching garden to strengthen ag's on-campus presence

By Jamie Creamer The College of Agriculture has launched a project to establish a highly productive, on-campus teaching garden that will give greater visibility to active agricultural fieldwork at Auburn and enhance the legacy of the historic Old Rotation. Faculty...

Federal research funding pays hefty dividends

By Paul Hollis By most any standard, a $1.85 return on an initial investment of $1 is a good deal. According to a recent study, that’s what federal investments into agricultural research pay back through additional investments from state, local and private-sector...

$5 million grant addresses Southeastern water issues

By Paul Hollis Auburn is joining with three other Southeastern universities in a $5 million research effort to help ensure water for agricultural production while maintaining healthy rivers and springs. The project—funded by a five-year grant from the United States...

2017’s Discovery, Roundup give public up-close look at agriculture

New AAES grant program addresses critical agricultural needs

By Paul Hollis Long-term research is vital to the future of U.S. production agriculture, but farmers can’t always afford to wait for solutions to their most pressing problems. That’s why a new Auburn University funding program is providing shorter-term grants that...

2017’s Discovery, Roundup give public up-close look at agriculture

New teaching garden to strengthen ag's on-campus presence

By Jamie Creamer The College of Agriculture has launched a project to establish a highly productive, on-campus teaching garden that will give greater visibility to active agricultural fieldwork at Auburn and enhance the legacy of the historic Old Rotation. Faculty...

Federal research funding pays hefty dividends

By Paul Hollis By most any standard, a $1.85 return on an initial investment of $1 is a good deal. According to a recent study, that’s what federal investments into agricultural research pay back through additional investments from state, local and private-sector...

$5 million grant addresses Southeastern water issues

By Paul Hollis Auburn is joining with three other Southeastern universities in a $5 million research effort to help ensure water for agricultural production while maintaining healthy rivers and springs. The project—funded by a five-year grant from the United States...