The China Experience
David Weaver and nine Auburn agriculture students spend close to six weeks of their lives immersed in the culture and living among the people of China.
State’s burgeoning craft beer industry could profit crop producers
Researchers in Auburn's College of Agriculture have embarked on a project to offer recommendations for farmers in the state who are interested in adding potential profit-makers to their crop mix.
All revved up
High-achieving double major gearing up to make a difference in the world: while Evie Smith is majoring in Agronomy & Soils and Horticulture, she spends her free time volunteering with aquaponics research at E.W. Shell Fisheries Research Center.
Shaw, Pegues lead Team USA to world soil judging title
Auburn University soils professor Joey Shaw just led Team USA to a world championship at the International Soil Judging Contest in Godollo, Hungary. Auburn crop, soils and environmental sciences student Kristen Pegues was the highest scorer in the competition, making her the world’s No. 1 soil judge in 2015.
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