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In this special cross-over episode, CropCast hosts Dave Nicolai and Seth Naeve visit with three talented graduate students who work on Soybean Research Center related projects...
At the recent University of Minnesota Soybean Research Center Field Day, Pedro Urriola and his dedicated team of researchers unveiled the results of four significant projects, shedding light on the future of livestock nutrition, sustainability, and disease prevention. These studies promise to reshape our understanding of soybean utilization, livestock production, and environmental impact assessment.
Minnesota Invasive Terrestrial Plants and Pests Center featured two of our members, Bob Koch and Aaron Lorenz and the work they are doing to try to combat soybean pests from multiple angles. Read the article here.
Rachel Vann, Soybean Extension Specialist, visited us from NCSU to talk about two exciting collaborative structures that are helping to get more done in the soybean arena; Science for Success and the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative.
AGWEEK covered the Field Day we held on August 31, 2023. You can read the story here.
Collaborating researchers showcase field trials for farmers and stakeholders.
Standing in the crop research fields near the St. Paul campus, University of Minnesota researchers and students shared their latest collaborative efforts to improve soybean production...
Lucas Roberts- Ph.D. candidate in the Lorenz Soybean Lab, won a ribbon in Crop Art at the 2023 Minnesota State Fair. He used only soybeans originating from the UM Breeding Program. This was his first attempt at Crop Art....
Seth Naeve, co-director of the Soybean Research Center here at the University of Minnesota attended the Coordinated Soybean Centers meeting in Indianapolis this past July...
Soybean Research Center's Second Annual Spring Social/Networking Event
Friday, April 28 starting at 3:30 pm on the Borlaug Hall (South) Patio, or in 306 Borlaug in case of rain (or snow!)
Stop by anytime until ~5:30 for food, drinks, and conversation with fellow UMN soybean researchers!