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NC State: More Drought Will Bring Lower Midwest Corn Yields By: 05/02/2014 @ 7:56am

Dr. Roderick Rejesus | 919.513.4605 Release Date: 05.01.14 …

North Carolina center receives $3.9 million grant for supply chain study By: 02/19/2013 @ 9:52am

North Carolina's Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) has been awarded a five-year $3.9 million grant to build and evaluate supply chains for local farmers and fishers to supply large-scale…

Kudzu bugs create headaches for soybean growers, homeowners By: 06/01/2012 @ 8:21am

Homeowners and soybean growers are in for a surprise this year, as kudzu bugs continue their march across the Southeast. This invasive pest congregates en masse on home siding and legumes, like…

N.C. Cooperative Extension educates landowners about mineral rights leases By: 12/06/2011 @ 9:22am

Two years ago, Extension Director Susan Condlin in North Carolina's Lee County began seeing paid advertisements in the local newspaper, inquiring about leases for mineral rights. Condlin discovered…

N.C.'s 10% Campaign reaches $10 million milestone in dollars spent for local food By: 11/27/2011 @ 11:00pm

In roughly 18 months, participants in North Carolina's 10% Campaign have recorded more than $10 million in purchases of locally-produced foods. The 10% Campaign is a statewide effort of the…

N.C. marketing effort helps farmers transition from tobacco to produce By: 08/18/2011 @ 10:17am

When North Carolina's Pilot Mountain Pride opened its doors in May 2010, organizers of the produce marketing initiative were conservatively hoping to bring in $30,000 to $50,000 in sales for the first…

N.C. State researchers to study genetics of heat tolerance in poultry By: 07/14/2011 @ 2:11pm

Media Contact: Dr. Chris Ashwell, 919.513.7335 In the South, where most of the meat-producing poultry in the United States is raised, summer is a tough time. Poultry producers can count on losing some of…

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