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River Cleanup

May is a traditional month for graduations, but some UT students are doing volunteer work around their campus before starting life before college. Agriculture students worked to clean up the Tennessee River and some of its tributaries of plant growth and trash.

Storm Preperation

Spring weather can be beautiful bit it can also quickly turn dangerous. This time of year in Tennessee is when we see frequent storms and sometimes tornadoes. There are steps you can take to protect your family and UT Extension offers tips on storm preparedness.

Soil Testing

The arrival of spring means trees, plants, flowers, and lawns are coming to life. But if you’re looking for a healthy garden or green grass, it’s good to know the content of your soil.

Mastitis Research

A thriving dairy industry is critical to Tennessee’s agricultural economy. But farmers face many challenges, including a disease that threatens their cattle and the quality of their milk

Value of an Ag Degree

Agriculture is one of the most diverse fields of study at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Caula Beyl, Dean of UT’s College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources explains the value of an ag degree

Parasites

Tennessee produces a high number of goats and sheep, but for small animal farmers ,their herds can sometimes face health risks.

Ag Year Preview

Spring is almost here and it’s just about time for Tennessee farmers to plant their 2012 crops.

LED Plants

It’s been known for years that we can use indoor lighting to grow plants. But often these bulbs are a waste of energy. Now UT AgResearchers are looking at LED lights as an efficient way to bring plants to life,

Ag Degrees Interview

Interview with Dr. Caula Beyl, Dean of the University of Tennessee College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources on the value of degrees in agriculture.

Exchange Student

A city kid from halfway around the world is getting the full experience of Tennessee farm life.

Sweetwater Valley Farms

Tennessee’s dairy industry has seen its share of tough times. But one Tennessee dairy is thriving becuase of marketing, diversification and efforts to educate others about what they do.

Holiday Plants

It’s not an activity you typically think about at Christmas, but gardening — indoors and out — can be a fun holiday experience. You can create Yuletide beauty that lasts well beyond the holidays, many times with things already growing in your landscape.

Pumpkin Display

It’s the perfect symbol of Halloween and all things autumn-a beautiful pumpkin. Now you can see literally thousands of pumpkins, gourds and squash in a unique and amazing display in Tennessee.

Little River Facilty

It’s long been an issue in farming-how can we be productive in agriculture and still protect the environment? UT AgResearch has a new facility dedicated to that cause.

Tennessee AgrAbility

Living with a disability can be challenging, but imagine the difficulty if you’re a farmer. Now there’s a program to help disabled producers with their equipment, farm management, and overall outlook.

Weed Olympics

We’re still almost a year away from the London games, but already we’ve had an Olympic competition here in Tennessee involving … plants. More specifically, plants we don’t like or want. It’s called the “Weed Olympics” on the UT agriculture campus.

Livestock Research

It’s a problem for Tennessee farmers who produce our top commodity — beef cattle. Insects such as flies cause serious health problems for their animals, and reduce product quality for consumers.

Cotton Outlook 2011

Like much of Dixie, Tennessee is — once again — the land of cotton. Our state will produce nearly twice as many acres of the crop as it did just a couple of years ago.

Dyersburg Flooding

Spring storms brought serious flooding to the Mississippi River and many acres of adjacent farmland in West Tennessee. Now producers must deal with the loss of valuable topsoil, and decide what — if any — crops can be grown.

Sheep Expo

A Tennessee agricultural tradition is now celebrated by second and even third generations in some families. The 4-H Livestock Expo is now approaching its 40th anniversary.

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