Associate professor Guanghui Hua, professor Chris Schmit and lecturer Kyungnan “Karen” Min are evaluating the efficiency of fresh and weathered woodchips at removing nitrates from tile drainage water.
Soybean meal is an important source of protein for animal feed, but it’s not perfect.
The Brookings Economic Development Corporation is helping committed researchers identify and refine their ideas, determine the business value of these ideas and secure funding to further develop th
SDSU professors Michele Dudash and Charles Fenster are among an international group of scientists who recently published a guidebook for genetically managing isolated plant and animal populations.
Research on using fungicides to manage stem canker in sunflowers earned South Dakota State University doctoral student Ruchika Kashyap second place in the oral competition at the recent virtual Nor
Bonny Specker, the Ethel Austin Martin endowed chair of human nutrition and director of the EAM Program since 1997, has retired after 24 years of service to South Dakota State University.
Plants awaken in the spring in response to warming temperatures, but the start and end of the growing season varies each year.