Four young people won the highest award given to 4-H members in South Carolina at the state 4-H Congress held at Clemson University.
The keys to successful bull breeding are pregnancy and calving rates, a leading beef cattle expert said. Optimizing a bull’s performance is the most effective tool in natural breeding.
Soybean rust has been found in another three South Carolina counties, taking the number so far this year where the disease has been detected to nine counties.
Soybean rust has been found in three more South Carolina counties: Bamberg, Calhoun and Hampton.
Sign up now for the Pickens County 4-H program’s Junior Naturalist series.
Richland County and two of its municipalities have collaborated with Clemson University’s Carolina Clear program to tackle stormwater issues on a regional basis.
Clemson University’s Edisto Research and Education Center, Clemson extension and the S.C. Cattlemen’s Association will host the 2009 Cattlemen’s Day and Edisto Forage Bull Test Sale, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Soybean rust was found Sept. 28 in samples collected from soybeans in a field at the Clemson University Edisto Research and Education Center in Barnwell County.
The 2009 Atlantic Basic hurricane season so far has been relatively quiet, but a major storm may develop at any time. Clemson University has experts on a varied array of hurricane-related topics who can help you with your coverage.
The state 4-H horse team came home with awards in 23 categories from the Southern Regional competition held in Little Rock, Ark.
In coordination with International Beach/River Sweep, the Pickens Countywide Stormwater Consortium is holding a River Sweep stream cleanup from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Towne Creek Trail.
Soybean rust was detected on samples in Dorchester County Sept. 9, the second and third cases in South Carolina this year.
Soybean rust was found for the first time this year in South Carolina in a sentinel plot near Carnes Crossroads, an area between Moncks Corner and Summerville in Berkeley County.
Build a rain barrel and learn about “rain harvesting” at a workshop hosted by Carolina Clear, Clemson University’s stormwater pollution education program.
A Clemson University fruit tree expert will receive the 2008 Shepard Award for the best research paper of the year published in the Journal of the American Pomological Society. Associate professor Desmond Layne will receive the award at the society’s annual meeting July 26 in St. Louis.