Since 2009, South Dakota State University has been selected as a Tree Campus USA institution.
Entomologists will find it easier to identify parasitic wasps and their host aphids, thanks to the work of SDSU entomologist Paul Johnson and forage breeder Arvid Boe.
For the first time, two doctoral students will receive the Joseph F. Nelson Graduate Scholarship Award. Both are from the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences.
Assistant professor Sandeep Kumar leads a multi-institutional U.S. Department of Agriculture project to assess the impact of planting a mixture of cover crops after harvest for grazing livestock, known as an integrated crop livestock management system.
Professor Anne Fennell and assistant professor Qin Ma are part of a multi-institutional research team unraveling how the genetic makeup of the grapevine root and variations in climate affect the characteristics expressed in the stem, leaves and fruit.
Oahe, a new winter wheat cultivar, will provide high yields and an excellent disease resistance package.
Most of the oats American milling companies use comes from Canada—that’s something South Dakota State University oats breeder Melanie Caffé-Treml wants to change.Her research seeks to increase the milling and nutritional quality of locally-grown oats.