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Iowa State Crop Judging Team named co-national champion

The 202 ISU Crops Team is a co-national champion! The team had great week placing 2nd overall as a team in Kansas City and 1st overall as a team in
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Kai in a potato field with a beautiful sunset behind him

Summer spent on a potato farm

From the east coast of Harrison, New York to the hills of Ione, Oregon, a change of perspective was just what Kai Goble wanted as he searched for his 2022
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Region V Soil Judging Contest brought to life by two Agronomy alums

The Region V Soil Judging contest went off without a hitch, thanks in part to two ISU Agronomy alumni. Former soil judgers, Jacob Schultz (BS, 2021) and Nathan Anderson (BS,
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Taking risks: An internship in Idaho creates opportunity

  Recording, analyzing, photographing, classifying, and traveling were tasks Elizabeth Tranel, junior in Agronomy from Madrid, Iowa, became familiar with this summer while she explored the fields of Caldwell, Idaho.
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corn field at dusk

Major USDA grant supports pioneering agricultural genome to phenome collaboration led by Iowa State University

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture announced today it is awarding more than $1.8 million to support the work of the Agricultural Genome to Phenome Initiative
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Aerial view of nitrogen test plots in a field

New public-private partnership seeks Iowa farmers to advance nitrogen fertilizer recommendations

Iowa State University led research project uses on-farm data from hundreds of trials   AMES, IOWA, September 14, 2022 – Iowa State University (Iowa State), has partnered with agricultural service
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