Horticulture at MSU...
...science and technology to cultivate human and environmental health.
Recent News and Events:
Weed Science Society of America Announces 2014 Winners in Annual Awards Program
WSSA honored Erin Haramoto, a Ph.D. candidate at Michigan State University with the Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Haramoto's research focuses on weed population dynamics, nitrogen loss and profitability in strip-tilled vegetable systems. She has authored or co-authored 10 publications in refereed journals and has presented her research at 10 conferences. She also has given many extension talks during field days and grower meetings. Haramoto has worked as a teaching assistant and as a guest lecturer on weed management. She now is helping to organize an annual Plant Science Graduate Student Research Symposium.
Spring 2014 Curious Gardener Workshops
Sprouts, Shoots, and Microgreens (March 18th)
Make Your Own Hypertufa Planter (March 29th)
Pallet Planter Box and Mixed Greens (April 8th)
Governor Snyder Announces the Appointment of Dru Montri
Gov. Rick Snyder announced the appointment of Dru Montri, of Bath, to the Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development. The five-member bipartisan board has the responsibility to recommend, and in some cases determine, policy on food, agriculture and rural development issues.
"Dru has a lot of experience working in the food and agriculture industry, and I look forward to the contributions she will make to the commission," Snyder said.