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.
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.
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.
The Online Master program is geared toward adult learners who desire to develop new knowledge and skills
Chris Youngs spent 40 volunteer hours restoring a dusty cider press.
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