The National Agriculture Honor Society of Delta Tau Alpha traveled to Warrensburg, Mo for the National DTA Convention in April and came back as 2nd place quiz bowl champions and with the new National DTA President, Casteel Kirk, in tow.
Check out our very own Associate Professor in the Darr School of Agriculture Dr. Clydette Alsup-Egbers showing viewers how to plant upside-down tomatoes on KY3! http://www.ky3.com/videogallery/69322816/News/Growing-Tomatoes-Upside-Down
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Josh Glasson is working on his VESTA student practicum at the Mountain Grove Campus. Josh will be working in the vineyards and winery this summer as a student intern and will begin a master’s program in plant science working with
Congresswoman Vickie Hartzler of Missouri’s 4th Congressional District visited the Darr Agricultural Center Friday, March 30th. Over 35 faculty, staff, special guests and students greeted the Congresswoman Friday afternoon. Among the special guests in attendance were Mr. Bill and