Breeding Programs for Specialty and Field Crops You cannot get farther west in the continental United States than Oregon, yet it has been a state for longer than all of its western neighbors except California.
Medius.Re Makes Remote Variety Evaluation Possible Covid-19 has changed the way business is done across the globe, and it is no different when it comes to agricultural research. In a previous post, we highlighted how
Clemson University, Not Just Football You would be justified if you instantly think of football when you hear the words “Clemson University.” After all, they have been in the top tier of college football for
Medius Ag, LLC Expands Partnership with North Carolina Extension Service On October 1, field corn data for the North Carolina Official Variety Testing (NCOVT) program was made available on Medius Ag’s .Re online agricultural data
North Carolina State University Boasts One of the Most Robust Plant Breeding Programs in the Nation We provided some background on the history and creation of the land-grant university (LGU) system in an earlier post.
Company Deepens Partnership with NCSU On September 1, Medius Ag rolled out a soybean edition of its Medius.Re agricultural data management platform. The data–specific to North Carolina–was generated through the North Carolina Official Variety Trials
You guessed it — it’s today. And while I could just point you to the incredibly fascinating and informative National Peanut Board website, we’re going to highlight a few peanut facts here to celebrate the
Company Partners with NCSU Extension Service After four years of data management in the potato industry, Medius Ag is excited to announce that we have added wheat to our Medius.Re portfolio. This represents an important
Potatoes. We love ‘em. After all, it’s where we got our start as a business. And we’re not alone either because, according to data collected by USDA, they are officially America’s most commonly consumed vegetable
Human health is a big topic of conversation these days, and rightly so, but what about plant health? Although it doesn’t normally capture headlines and imaginations like coronavirus, the impacts of serious plant diseases or