The five Viticulture Engineering students from Ningxia who are taking the viticulture course I teach invited me to have lunch on Sunday, April 7. When I arrived, I was served a feast of wonderful Chinese foods cooked by my students!! Everything was delicious and I am going to try a few of the recipes in the future. … [Read more...] about Viticulture Engineering students make great chefs!
The Ningxia Graduate Student group is hosted by Dr. Gerald Masterson and the Graduate interdisciplinary Programs Office. The students were studying many different fields including agriculture, linguistics, accounting and many other disciplines. The group was welcomed by Dr. Hwang, were introduced, and then tasted MSU wines, jams and honey. A tour of the winery and distillery … [Read more...] about Ningxia Graduate Student tour of the Mountain Grove Campus
MSU Plant Science Lab Students visited the Fruit Station yesterday. Jennifer presented an overview of the history and current research at the station. C. J. gave a tour of the distillery and winery, then Jennifer and Cheri gave a tour of the plantings in the field and high tunnel. Thanks again to C. J. for a great tour and to Cheri for bringing the students to see the … [Read more...] about MSU Plant Science Lab Students Visit the Fruit Station
Our Plant Science and Natural Resources Department set up a display at the MSU Meyer Library as a supplement to the Smithsonian Exhibit Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge, Shared Science (March 18 – May 24). The Smithsonian traveling exhibition explores the ways in which traditional knowledge of indigenous communities and cutting-edge Western science are being applied. While … [Read more...] about EPSNR supplemental exhibit at the Smithsonian Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge, Shared Science Exhibit
Randy, Jeremy, Shelia and Jennifer started pruning blueberries today. … [Read more...] about Blueberry Pruning