Oregon State University Partners with Medius Ag

Leader in Pacific Northwest Potato Breeding Joins Growing Ranks of Medius Users Today, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with the Potato Breeding Program at Oregon State University (OSU). Under the guidance and leadership

Declaration of Independence

In Congress, July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected

Chips or Crisps? Soccer or Football?

Metric or Empirical? Why Not Both? Just over a year ago, in late May 2022, Medius had the opportunity to exhibit at the World Potato Congress that was hosted by the beautiful city of Dublin,

Come See Us In Orlando!

Medius Ag Exhibiting at the 2023 Commodity Classic This week, Medius Ag will be traveling to Orlando, Florida, for the 2023 Commodity Classic. The annual agricultural show is billed by organizers as “America’s Largest Farmer-Led,

Colorado Potato Trial Data Now Available on Medius.Re

Centennial State a Top Producer of U.S. Potatoes We are excited and pleased to partner with the Colorado State University Potato Program, headquartered in the San Luis Valley, to deliver critical potato performance data to

Clemson University Adopts Medius.Re

Palmetto State the Latest to Modernize Agricultural Variety Trial Data Through Web-Based Platform Medius Ag is proud to announce a new partnership with the Agronomic Crop Variety Trials program at Clemson University in South Carolina.

Compare | Simplified

Updated Features Boost Compatibility, Simplified After our last major update to Analytics, we’ve introduced some minor changes to the compare module to compliment the previous changes. We have some exciting new changes coming in our

Variety Development – Badger Edition

Ginseng and Gene Banks This week, the Medius team is traveling to Wisconsin to exhibit at the Wisconsin Corn⦁Soy Expo on February 2-3 in Wisconsin Dells. The event is coordinated by the state’s corn and

Variety Development – Buckeyes Edition

Touchdowns and Tomatoes! Over the decades, New Year’s Day has become somewhat synonymous with Ohio State University football. In recent history, since the inception of the four-team College Football Playoff format in 2014, the Buckeyes