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E.T. York Lecturer Series brings Microsoft exec

Data-driven agriculture could help feed growing population Land area is not increasing, soils are not getting any richer, and water levels are going down. So how do we reach the goal of increasing good food production to feed the planet? One approach is through...

Research looks at nutrient loss in soybeans

By Jacqueline Kochak Stroll through the humid main corridor at Auburn University’s Plant Science Research Center and you’ll notice potted trees bearing clusters of green bananas and small shrubs with pineapples nestled in the center. Those are for the school children...
College, alumni club host 42nd annual Ag Roundup

College, alumni club host 42nd annual Ag Roundup

The annual Ag Roundup, hosted by the Auburn Agricultural Alumni Club and the College of Agriculture at Auburn University, will return to campus on Saturday, Sept. 25, offering a special opportunity for agriculture alumni and friends to gather for a day of hospitality....

Wheeler Foshee receives NACTA Educator Award

Wheeler Foshee receives NACTA Educator Award

Wheeler Foshee, associate professor in the Department of Horticulture at Auburn University, was recently recognized by the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) with the annual Educator Award. This national award recognizes those individuals...

Carolyn Robinson named a Distinguished Educator

Carolyn Robinson named a Distinguished Educator

Associate Professor Carolyn Robinson was recently named the 2020 recipient of the J. Creighton Miller, Jr. Distinguished Educator Award for the Southern Region from the American Society for Horticultural Science. The award recognizes an educator with a distinguished...