Spring issue of Grow explores beet breeding, CALS learning communities, APL and more

The spring issue of Grow magazine has arrived in mailboxes, and it’s also available online in multiple formats. Feature stories include

  • COVER STORY: A Different Beet | As the nation’s only university-based plant breeder of table beets, Irwin Goldman is pushing this loved and loathed vegetable in new directions. Read more.
  • To Live and Learn Together | Residential learning communities immerse CALS students in a unique and focused academic experience. Read more.
  • Knowledge Applied | The team at the Applied Population Laboratory uses a unique skill set to help decision-makers understand complex social trends and plan for the future. Read more.

Other topics include mycotoxins, nitrogen-fixing corn, improved mint oil production, cow comfort, farmers market accessibility, and more.

And don’t forget the Final Exam. Can you ace the test for a chance to win a box of cheese from Babcock Hall? Good luck!