Going Beyond Pesticides
The Rosen Alternative Pest Control Center was dedicated in 1996 to develop and implement effective, economical and environmentally responsible biological alternatives to chemical management of agricultural pest problems
Improving Crop Health
The center projects support traditional plant breeding with research on molecular tools to identify and exploit genetic sources of pest resistance. Research at the molecular and physiological levels reveals the basis of natural plant defense mechanisms, forming the foundation for future development of improved plant germplasm and crop management practices.
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- Conference imparts development from a water quality perspective
- Born of turmoil, Morrill Act opened university education to all
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