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  • Plants may use language to communicate with each other, Virginia Tech researcher finds

        Plants may use language to communicate with each other, Virginia Tech researcher finds

    A Virginia Tech scientist has discovered a potentially new form of plant communication, one that allows them to share an extraordinary amount of genetic information with one another. 

    Read more about research into how plants communicate.

  • Virginia Tech Sporthorse Breeding Internship in Middleburg offers unique equine experience

        Virginia Tech Sporthorse Breeding Internship in Middleburg offers unique equine experience

    The search for a well-rounded equine experience where she could learn about all aspects of the sporthorse breeding industry led Melissa Frerichs of Davidson, North Carolina, a rising senior majoring in animal science and industry in the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University, to the Virginia Tech Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension Center.

    Read more about the sporthorse breeding internship.

  • Students, professors examine ways to improve lives and agriculture in Ecuador

        Students, professors examine ways to improve lives and agriculture in Ecuador

    Clements, a senior from Round Hill, Virginia, majoring in agricultural and applied economics, and Larrowe, a senior from Woodlawn, Virginia, majoring in agricultural and applied economics and agricultural sciences, spent two weeks in Ecuador talking to farmers about a project they have been working on to curb deforestation by using a better variety of the naranjilla plant.

    Read more about how Virginia Tech helps farmers in Ecuador.

 

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