Building farmers' confidence in precision agriculture technologies is the goal of a National Science project led by Maaz Gardezi, an assistant professor of sociology and rural studies and an affiliate faculty of natural resource management at South Dakota State.
Farmers who make soil health a priority are more likely to rotate three or more crops and to graze livestock on cropland, according to a survey of producers in South Dakota, North Dakota and Nebras
Internships Accelerate Career Interests for Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department Students
For junior precision agriculture student Josh Ihnen, agriculture was not exactly where he thought he would find a career for himself.
Plant scientists and biomaterials engineers can benefit from the first study to quantify structural and compositional changes as the sunflower stem grows.
Wheat breeders at South Dakota State University will have a new weapon to fight scab, a devastating fungal disease that affects wheat and barley, thanks to funding from the Agricultural Research Se
Ruchika Ruchika, a graduate student in the South Dakota State University Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science, is the recipient of this year's $5,000 Curtis Stern Memorial Scholar
David Clay, a distinguished professor of soil science at South Dakota State University, was recently elected as the incoming president elect of the American Society of Agronomy in 2020.