Scientists have positioned themselves to better understand how rust fungi infect crops and evolve virulence.
A new study shows precipitation variability has increased significantly on 49 percent of the world's grazing land.
Through her study of agriculture, student Zennah Kosgey aims to see her home country of Kenya free of poverty.
Scientists are gaining ground in the race against wheat stem rust, a pathogen threatening global food security.
A U of M Morris student discovers her passion through an opportunity to work with farm animals.
A unique partnership is forging new connections between retail merchandising students and retailers in rural Minnesota.
A group of U of M Extension 4-H youth is presenting the national Thanksgiving turkey at the White House.
Technology developed by CFANS Prof. Abbas and team offers a simple, affordable diagnostic test for oak wilt detection.
More than 50 percent of varieties grown developed at University of Minnesota.
It will fund research on innovations for sustainable food, energy, and water supplies in intensively cultivated regions.
A new study is the first to map production of micronutrients worldwide on farms of different sizes.
Researching a disease in soybeans was a key component of Marissa Scherven's undergraduate years at the University of Minnesota.