Modern day technology is helping a Clemson University professor and an international, interdisciplinary team of collaborators track the evolution of a beetle family by revealing a fossil's internal anatomy.
Public speaking and presentation are two skills youth learn while in the South Carolina 4-H program that will benefit them throughout their lives. They will have a chance to show off these skills during the 4-H Midlands Region Presentation Contest Feb 27.
South Carolina peanut producers learn tips to help them grow profitable crops during the 2016 Peanut Growers' Meeting.
A love for science and the belief knowledge should be shared are what a Clemson University professor says are his reasons for talking about plant genomics to a group of Daniel High School students.
South Carolina cotton producers learn how developing insect management programs and selecting top varieties to plant can help them grow more profitable crops in 2016.
Did you ever think you may be putting yourself, your family or your pets in danger by cleaning your house? If you use store-bought cleaners, you may be introducing hazardous chemicals into your home. So why not learn how to make your own household cleaners that work and are safer for humans, pets and the environment?
Clemson Cooperative Extension will offer a six-week online course for people interested in learning how to grow fruits and vegetables, and raise livestock and honeybees.
New regulations resulting from the discovery of a damaging weed that can choke out some of South Carolina’s most profitable crops will be the subject of a meeting for farmers and landowners 10 a.m. to noon Jan. 25 at the Dorchester County Cooperative Extension Office, 201 Johnston St., St. George.
A documentary, extensive timeline and web page developed by Clemson University spotlight the hardship facing the state’s agriculture and forestry industries following this year’s drought and historic flooding. The site includes information on how the public can assist in the recovery.
The monumental rainfall that inundated most areas of South Carolina over a five-day period in early October has been described as a “thousand-year storm." But is such a concept even provable?
Cotton farmers considering their weed-control options for next year's crop are invited to a Clemson Extension Service meeting on Dicamba and 2,4-D cotton cropping systems Tuesday.
The South Carolina Master Naturalist Program has recognized five outstanding naturalists as first-time recipients of a newly established award.
A new farm incubator program at the Clemson University Sandhill Research and Education Center in Columbia will open small plots for startup farmers to begin growing their businesses.
Though wicked weather wreaked havoc on South Carolina agriculture in 2015, the Christmas tree industry was one of the few to ride out the storms relatively unscathed.
Clemson’s Sustainable Agriculture Program has received a $175,000 grant to study and refine no-till cover-crop management for weed control in vegetable production. Field trials will be held at the Clemson Student Organic Farm, Clemson’s Coastal Research and Education Center in Charleston and City Roots Farm in Columbia.