Vegetable Initiative Research - University of Tennessee

Vegetable Initiative Research - University of Tennessee Related

Tennessee Beef Cattle Improvement Initiative:: Tennessee's beef cattle industry is poised to lead the nation in producing high quality, high performing and highly valued cattle. Our Goals : • Develop and Implement Marketing Strategies • Provide Producers with Superior Education Programs • Build Information networks that Serves Producers' Needs • Identify and Promote Profitable Genetics • Improve Forage Production & Management • Market Consumer-Oriented Beef • Provide I

North American Research Strategy for Tropospheric Ozone Research Initiative:: Fact sheet (1997) about joint governmental effort to understand ground-level ozone.

University of Tennessee Extension:: Provides research-based information about agriculture, family and consumer sciences to Tennessee communities.

Animal Waste Management, University of Tennessee:: Information on extension and research programs and publications, and on certification programs.

University of Tennessee Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries:: Contact information, academics, alumni, personnel, extension, class websites, online forum, job and internship information, online newsletters, graduate student information, and links.

Rural Technology Initiative - University of Washington:: Objective is to use better technology to manage forests in rural areas for increased product and environmental values in support of local communities. Links to projects, calendar, seminars and publications.

Vegetable Diseases - University of California:: Notes on a number of vegetable diseases.

Vegetable MD Online - Cornell University:: The Plant Pathology Department provides advice on vegetable diseases. Contains Vegetable Disease Fact Sheets and photographs.

Vegetable Program - University of Saskatchewan:: Provide commercial and hobby producers of Saskatchewan with up to date, locally relevant, production, handling, and marketing information.

NABIR Field Research Center at Oak Ridge, Tennessee:: Study site for investigating in situ bioremediation. Information about the facility, current projects, and findings.

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