Medius Ag Leads Data Discussion at Potato Expo

Panel Discussion Highlights Potato Data Analysis Made Possible by Medius.Re Potato experts from around the world gathered virtually last week for the annual Potato Expo. Potato Expo 2021 was initially slated to take place in

Variety Development – NMSU Aggies Edition

Home of the Chile Pepper Institute Last week, we highlighted the breeding activities of the Aggies of Texas A&M University. This week, we are again focusing on the Aggies, but those of New Mexico State

Big Vision and Small Steps

Happy New Year from Medius Ag With the new year comes new goals. In our professional lives, we like to call them things like benchmarks, metrics, deliverables, etc. In our personal lives, meanwhile, they usually

Variety Development – Aggies Edition

Cotton, Corn, and Cattle: Everything is Bigger in Texas One only needs to look at a map of the United States to gain at least a preliminary understanding of how important Texas is to the

O Christmas Tree

A Very, Merry Renewable Resource As we enter the heart of the Christmas season, we thought it would be appropriate to write a post that focuses on the U.S. Christmas tree industry and take a

Variety Development – Fighting Illini Edition

Illinois: Home to the Oldest Experimental Research Plots in the Americas The ā€œIā€ states are indispensable to American agriculture. Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana have some of the most productive soils on the planet. The states

Abundance and Availability

It is easy to rag on 2020. The year gave us a global pandemic; wildfires that ravaged Australia and the U.S. west coast; an enormous ammonium nitrate fertilizer stockpile explosion that leveled Beirut; nationwide civil

Variety Development – Oklahoma State Cowboys Edition

An Agricultural Leader, the Sooner State is More than Livestock Oklahoma is the next stop on our tour of U.S. land-grant universities (LGUs). It is nicknamed the Sooner State after the settlers who literally jumped

Variety Development – Cougars Edition

Washington State University, Home of the Cosmic Crisp With the exception of California, the state of Washington has perhaps the most diverse agricultural economy in the United States. The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA)

Variety Development – Bison Edition

Nearly 90 Percent of North Dakota Land is in Agriculture As of yesterday, North Dakota has been a state for 131 years. It was admitted in 1889 on the same day as South Dakota. To