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CALS in the News for the Week of 11/16-20/09

Mentions of CALS people or programs…

Ants, like humans, use bacteria to make their gardens grow
States News Service 11/19/09
Quoted: Garret Suen, CALS research associate

Boerboom Leaving UW-Madison
Agri-View 11/19/09
Mentioned: Chris Boerboom, Agronomy professor

Vegetable Storage Crops Extend Season Workshops
Agri-View 11/19/09
Quoted: John Hendrickson, senior outreach specialist – center for integrated agricultural systems

White Mold Prevalent in Wisconsin This Year
Agri-View 11/19/09
Quoted: Paul Esker, Plant pathology professor
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Silage Density Determinations Evolving
Agri-View 11/19/09
Quoted: Brian Holmes, Agricultural Engineering

School For Beginning Market Growers Jan. 15-17
Agri-View 11/19/09
Quoted: John Hendrickson, senior outreach specialist – center for integrated agricultural systems

Milk Prices Strengthening
Agri-View 11/19/09
Quoted: Ed Jesse, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Minimize Foreign Material in the Combine’s Grain Tank
Agri-View 11/19/09
Quoted: Matthew Digman, Biological Systems Engineering

Coking Still-Frozen Turkey No Problem
Agri-View 11/19/09
Quoted: Barbara Ingham, Food Science

Bohn Joins Animart as Client Services Representative
Wisconsin Agriculturalist 11/19/09
Mentioned: Shelly Bohn, CALS alumna – Dairy Science, Life Science Communications

Of Interest

Mapping Starvation and the World Food Summit
Huffington Post 11/16/09

The New Dust Bowl
Mother Jones 11/09

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