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  • AgBioResearch: Outstanding in the Field

    Published on March 20, 2009
    The research conducted at MSU AgBioResearch's outlying research centers is as crucial as anything happening on MSU's main campus.

  • Cover Crops in Field Crops Rotations

    Published on January 11, 2016

    Getting started with cover crops in field crop rotations.

  • In the Field: Jenn Phillips

    Published on July 6, 2018
    “I’m not even so much a techie, I don’t have nerd appeal,” Jenn Phillips, Microcomputer/Hardware/Software Coordinator and Co-Interim Service Desk Manager for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, tells Kraig Ehm on In the Field.

  • In the Field: Janice Siegford

    Published on May 21, 2018
    Before becoming an associate professor in animal behavior and welfare, Janice was a science communication major?

  • In the Field: Patrick McDavid

    Published on May 16, 2018
    Patrick McDavid is a PhD candidate in the School of Packaging at Michigan State University. The focus of his research? "This is a vibration table. With this, we can simulate what packages feel in the back of a trailer," said McDavid.

  • In the Field: Qiuxia Chen

    Published on May 15, 2018
    Qiuxia Chen, a graduate student in horticulture at Michigan State University, shares how a high school rooftop led to her love affair with plants.

  • In the Field: Brett Kopf

    Published on May 22, 2018
    Brett, a 2017 College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Outstanding Young Alumnus recipient, discusses Remind, the app he co-created with his brother.

  • In the Field: Kevin Frank

    Published on July 6, 2018
    “For me, golf was really something my family got me started in, it was kind of a family activity and I probably first started when I was visiting my grandmother in Florida," Frank states. Kraig Ehm has the story.

  • In the Field: Dave Douches

    Published on May 15, 2018
    Dr. Dave Douches is a professor in Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences at Michigan State University. Dave's love for potato breeding and genetics began while working on his master's degree.

  • In the Field: Chef Don Zimmer

    Published on July 6, 2018
    “The hardest thing about cooking, for anybody, would be time management. There’s always a lot of things going on at once” Don Zimmer, Professional Chef, tells Kraig Ehm on In The Field.

  • In the Field: Dr. Kirk Heinze

    Published on July 6, 2018
    “The key to the remarkable success of America’s Land Grant universities has been a steadfast commitment to educational opportunity designed, first and foremost, to expand and enrich our democratic form of government,” states Heinze.

  • Field horsetail in the landscape

    Published on May 12, 2006

  • Views From the Field

    Perspectives and Practical Approaches

  • A day in the field

    Published on July 31, 2017
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  • Heroes in the field

    Published on November 4, 2016
    Adam Ingrao, a U.S. Army veteran, is co-director of the Michigan Food and Farming Systems Veterans in Agriculture Network, where he works at establishing statewide outreach programs to help his fellow veterans connect with careers in agriculture.

  • Leading the field in packaging

    Published on May 14, 2018
    MSU's School of Packaging is looking to attract the next generation of bright scholars and equip them with the resources they need to pursue big ideas.

  • 2020 Field Day - Precision planting in winter wheat

    Published on June 15, 2020

    Dr. Manni Singh talks about his research to adopt the precision planting approach for winter wheat in Michigan. Singh is investigating whether optimal seed placement (depth), row spacing, seeding rates, variety selection and planting time can maximize wheat yields. Some Q&A at conclusion. At the Michigan Wheat Program's 2020 "Virtual" Field Day.

  • Winter feeding hay in the field

    Published on October 30, 2017
    Winter-feeding beef cattle on hay and pasture fields can minimize labor of hauling manure while still distributing fertilizing nutrients.