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Living mulch functions like mulch on any farm or garden except — it’s alive. No, it’s not out of the latest horror movie; living mulch is a system farmers can use to benefit both...

When you picture a horse, you may imagine it grazing contentedly in a grassy pasture. Grazing lets horses move around naturally outdoors and socialize with other horses. And grass is an easily...

About Crop Science

Crop scientists work in a variety of topic areas and professional settings. They all work toward the same goal: making our food healthier and more sustainable for a growing population.

Click on each button below to learn about the many facets of crop science:

 Crop breeding greenhouse and researchers
 Crop biology corn roots and foliage
 Crop sustainability spoonbills in rice field
 Seed technology with diverse barley seeds
 Turfgrass science Bermudagrass test plot
  Grazing and forage cattle on Bermudagrass
 Crop genetics researcher with cowpeas, black-eyed peas
 Plant preservation cabbage in research field
 Nutritional quality colorful vegetable platter