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It's been a challenging year for Tennessee agriculture, with hot, dry weather coming at a time when crops needed better growing conditions.
Researchers at the UT Institute of Agriculture are exploring reasons behind the decline of the honeybee population, including how agricutural pesticides might affect these beneficial insects.
Honeybees are dying nationwide due to a disease that is wiping out colonies. UTIA researchers are working to save the bee population in our state.
Response of planted northern red oak seedlings to regeneration harvesting, Midstory removal, and prescribed burning.
Clark, S. L., S. E. Schlarbaum, T. L. Keyser, C. J. Schweitzer, M. Spetich, D. Simon, and G. S. Warburton. 2016.
Proceedings of the 18th biennial southern silvicultural research conference., Knoxville, TN, March 3-5, 2015. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-212. Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 8p.
Phenotypic selection improves biomass yield of an ‘Alamo’ population of switchgrass.
Hentchel, J., A. Aust, W. Carmack, F. L. Allen, and H. Bhandari. 2014.
abstract of ASSA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting (November 2-5, 2014), Long Beach, CA.
Genetic variation in biomass yield of lowland switchgrass.
Hentchel, J., C. Dalid, A. Aust, W. Carmack, F. L. Allen, and H. Bhandari. 2014.
Abstract in CSSA annual internationa meeting, Longbeach, CA (Nov 3-6, 2014).