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Highlights: Strawberry Field Day

Scroll to see highlight photos from NC State University's Strawberry field day.

Moving on: Next Steps for our Graduates

As the academic year draws to a close, the spotlight turns to the members of the SCRI PIP-CAP Team. These soon-to-be graduates are on the...

Fresh Faces in CEA Spaces: Moein Moosavi-Nezhad

In CEAg World's 2024 Fresh Faces in CEA Spaces series, they chatted with Moein Moosavi-Nezhad, a graduate student who is finishing his PhD in strawberry propagation at North Carolina State University.

Controlled Environment Produced Plantlets from Cornell

Over the past summer, graduate student Ava Forystek and Dr. Courtney Weber at Cornell University's Agritech Campus ran a field trial to evaluate the phenotypic differences between bare root field propagated strawberry plantlets and controlled environment (CE) produced plug plants.

Phytotron: Photoperiod Research

The farm gate value of the strawberry industry in the United States reached $2.3 billion in 2020.

Phytotron: CO2 Trial

At North Carolina State University, you will find a building called Phytotron, full of large, controlled environment plant growth chambers.

Inside Grower Feature: Sam Humphrey

Samson Humphrey, a master student at NC State was featured in the Inside Grower e-mail newsletter. 

Technology Transfer: Pioneering is rarely a lone pursuit.

Mark Hoffmann, Michael Palmer, Ibraheem Olasupo, Lizeth Vigil and Ricardo Hernandez (NCSU, Department of Horticultural Sciences) Opening up a new line of thought, a new...