Incorporating sweet potato puree into bread not only adds vitamin A, but also changes the starch composition by increasing the fiber content.
Serving as the source of dozens of wheat and oat varieties, the SDSU College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences plays an integral role in producing certified crop seeds for public use.
SDSU’s Southeast Research Farm Annual Meeting on January 26 to feature latest crop and livestock research
Corn rootworms, rye for finishing hogs, the 2021 growing season and wheat nitrogen management are just a few of the topics to be discussed at South Dakota State University’s Southeast Research Farm
A recommended state budget for the coming year includes important resources for South Dakota’s public university system, including more money for employee salaries and for critical maintenance and
Assistant professor Hossein Moradi is helping precision agriculture faculty efficiently, accurately assess variables affecting yield.
Professor Padu Krishnan of South Dakota State University’s Department of Dairy and Food Science received the 2020 Edith A.
Collaborative Commitment among South Dakota State University, Bison Organizations