Erin Smeltzly turned her agronomy degree into a career with Syngenta, Golden Harvest after graduating in 2021. Her experience as an undergrad was so successful she enrolled in the Iowa
Agronomy students Tess Kern and Rebecca Johnson traveled to Thessaloniki, Greece to attend the American Farm School Spring semester. Founded in 1904 by Dr. John Henry House and wife Susan
The biofuel of the future may well be sorghum-based, thanks to new inbred lines that are significantly more productive and cold-hardy than sorghum plants of the past. Maria Salas-Fernandez, associate
The ISU Honors Program hosted a poster presentation for the Spring 2022 Honors Project Posters, including three of our students. Jensina Davis (not pictured): Artificial seed drying conditions and maize
Kevin Chiteri grew up on a small farm in Western Kenya. Early on, he was exposed to growing crops for household consumption and surplus for sale. He obtained a B.S.