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  • The pasture isn’t always greener on the other side: Or is it?

    MSU Lake City Research Center helps to lead way in developing new regenerative grasslands certification.

  • On the radar: Hunting invasive crayfish in Michigan rivers and streams

    Michigan has a long history with crayfish, but invasive species of the crustacean threaten the state’s waterways. READ

  • High infestation of wheat disease gives researchers plenty to study

    In 2016, stripe rust reached epidemic proportions, exceeding historic levels to become the most significant yield-reducer on Michigan’s 500,000 acres of wheat. READ

  • Studying plant resilience in the face of climate change

    The MSU Plant Resilience Institute is studying plants’ ability to adapt to a changing climate.

  • Protecting the Michigan landscape

    Michigan State University researchers are working to ensure sustainability of Michigan’s hunting heritage.

  • Wanted: Chestnut Growers

    Michigan State University is growing the chestnut industry, with demand far outpacing supply. READ

  • Researcher Q&A: Nikki Rothwell

    Learn about Nikki Rothwell, the center coordinator of the Northwest Michigan Horticultural Research Center.

  • Spotted wing drosophila proves formidable fruit foe

    Learn what MSU researchers are doing about a tiny invasive fly called spotted wing drosophila that’s causing major problems for the fruit industry. READ

  • Tajikistan: Integrated pest management brings better agriculture

    Part two of a two-part exploration of Michigan State University’s impact on agriculture in Central Asia focuses on Tajikistan.

  • Kyrgyzstan: Building capacity for a sustainable agriculture industry

    Part one of a two-part exploration of Michigan State University’s impact on agriculture in Central Asia focuses on Kyrgyzstan. READ

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