Spring is here and for many, that means it’s time to spend more time outdoors and start gardening again. Jennifer Morganthaler, clinical instructor in the department of environmental plant science and natural resources at Missouri State University, offers some helpful gardening tips and advice. How to ensure a successful gardening season Read the full transcript For further … [Read more...] about Get into spring gardening
If you’re new to gardening, it can seem overwhelming. But if you commit to it and don’t try to do more than you can handle, you’ll be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Jennifer Morganthaler, clinical instructor of agriculture at Missouri State University, shares some helpful gardening tips and advice with Women’s Health. … [Read more...] about Are you a beginning gardener?
Amanda Glover grew up on a 400-acre cattle ranch in Mountain Grove, Missouri. The experience was not a positive one. “I disliked it,” said Glover, a Missouri State University student majoring in natural resources and minoring in agronomy. “I asked myself, ‘Why would anybody want to work this hard?’” After high school, she moved away from her family ranch, studying and working … [Read more...] about A passion for using and protecting natural resources
What’s happening at Missouri State University’s Fruit Experiment Station and Journagan Ranch with regard to Black Walnut production/research, silvopasture and cattle production? Dr. Michael Goerndt, assistant professor in the department of environmental plant science and natural resources, and Marty Lueck, Journagan Ranch manager, share more information with Iowa … [Read more...] about Highlighting agriculture research and activities
For the last few years, Missouri State University’s Darr College of Agriculture has maintained a fruitful relationship with the Quapaw Nation of Oklahoma. This relationship has resulted in sharing ideas, information and resources related to agriculture. Who are the Quapaw people? The Quapaw Indians are native people of Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi and Tennessee. Forced … [Read more...] about An enriching agriculture collaboration with Native Americans