A new book co-edited by Cynthia Brown, associate professor in the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, addresses critical management and planning issues related to the control and containment of Exotic annual grasses.
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According to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by CSU Professor Ruth Hufbauer, beetles can be used as a model species to tackle the problem of how to help a species avoid extinction.
Investments in agricultural education in the College of Agricultural Sciences at CSU have led to new opportunities for students to become FFA leaders, to participate in national and regional conferences and to gain practical experience through FFA career development activities.
Helping people gain a greater understanding of agriculture is what Michael Martin, assistant professor of agricultural and resource economics, and his agricultural literacy students at CSU work towards each and every day.
Pueblo Poppers are just one example of the new varieties of peppers that are being developed by Michael Bartolo, a researcher at CSU’s Arkansas Valley Research Center.
Students will share the results of their work during Colorado State University’s 20th poinsettia sale starting Monday, Dec. 7 at the new CSU Horticulture Center greenhouse on campus.
Marshall Frasier’s work has been recognized with a regional USDA Food and Agricultural Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award.
A leading organization that represents farm and ranch families in Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming will soon have new leadership from an individual with strong ties to Colorado State University.
Marco Costanigro’s research is part of a growing literature on the benefits and potential drawbacks of food labeling.