Noble Research Institute assistant professor Larry York, Ph.D., recently received the inaugural Annals of Botany Plants (AoBP) Early Career Open Science (ECOS) award.
The key to keeping armyworms below the economic threshold is scouting for activity at least every other day, when they are small and easier to control, as well as identifying if you have fall armyworms or beet armyworms.
The 2019 annual report offers a glimpse into the journey of ranchers on the road of regenerative agriculture, the process of rebuilding degraded soils using practices based on ecological principles.
Challenges facing agriculture include land productivity in the face of climate variability, profitability and debt, and the declining population of farmers and ranchers.
Regenerative ranch management is based on ecological principles, not one-size-fits-all practices or prescriptions.
The regenerative journey will look different for each farmer or rancher. It’s about moving in the right direction, not perfection.
Noble Research Institute has come alongside farmers and ranchers as they manage grazing animals, primarily beef cattle, since 1945.
Noble Research Institute presented Rusty Daniel with the 2020 Leonard Wyatt Memorial Outstanding Cooperator Award.
Noble Research Institute will celebrate its 75th anniversary by thanking farmers and ranchers and looking to the future in regenerative ranching.