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  • Agronomy | College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
    Share this Share on Facebook Click to share on Twitter NO Journal Club Monday Nov 10 Plant Sciences Journal club is cancelled for Monday November 10 Everyone is highly encouraged to attend the special seminar to be given by Dr Tony Studer at usual journal club time noon to 1 in the DeLuca Biochemical Sciences Bldg Room 1211 November 6 2014 20141106 uncategorized 10 Mallika Nocco wins EPA STAR grant Mallika Nocco is one of two Nelson Institute graduate students both pursuing doctoral degrees in Environment and Resources who have been awarded fellowship grants as part of the U S Environmental Protection Agency s Science to Achieve Results STAR program Mallika Nocco advised by associate professor Chris Kucharik is among 105 graduate students across the nation to receive 8 6 million in STAR grants Nocco will be awarded 84 000 in funding for two years of research The STAR grants support research with cross cutting impacts in the environmental science field providing scientific knowledge to meet future environmental challenges strengthen the nation s economy and security better protect our health and environment and combat climate change Nocco is studying how irrigated agriculture and climate affect surface water quantity and quality in the Wisconsin Central Sands in response to scientific questions identified by stakeholders Since its creation in 1995 the STAR program has awarded fellowships to 1 884 students totaling approximately 65 million in funding As seen on nelson wisc edu October 31 2014 20141031 uncategorized 10 Dr Chris Kucharik to speak at Badger Bioneers 2014 Agronomy faculty member Chris Kucharik will speak at Sustain Dane s Badger Bioneers 2014 event on Tuesday November 18 caption id attachment 919 align aligncenter width 199 Dr Chris Kucharik caption Badger Bioneers is the Madison Region s premier forum for business academic and civic leaders to come together around a common goal a brighter more sustainable future for our region This year s theme of Disruption Embracing Change for a Sustainable World will engage participants in exploring disruptive solutions and envisioning new possibilities to make a more sustainable future possible faster Dr Kucharik will speak about Yahara 2070 a project that uses a set of 4 scenarios about the Yahara Watershed in the year 2070 to help people better understand the range of potential changes in the region s ecosystem Dr Kucharik currently serves as the lead investigator on the NSF funded Water Sustainability and Climate WSC project which includes Yahara 2070 a set of four scenarios about the Yahara Watershed in the year 2070 The scenarios combine science public participation computer models storytelling and art to create snapshots of how life in the region might look under differing conditions of 20141031 uncategorized 10 Plant Sciences Journal Club for 11 03 Hello plant scientists With advancing technology it s amazing how much science can be down nowadays without the need to step into a lab or a field Bioinformatics big data and computer models are a very interesting branch of research and the paper

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  • NO Journal Club Monday, Nov 10 | Agronomy
    Midwest farmers offered federal aid to support bees UW to close Madison Soil and Plant Analysis Laboratory and consolidate services at Marshfield Hunger and poverty in Wisconsin county by county Two CALS research teams win WARF Innovation Awards Wisconsin s new bug guy insect detective arrives on campus When the isthmus is an island Madison s hottest and coldest spots Alan Chen Bascom Hill Society scholarship winner Send your pledge to get in on weekly CALS Partners in Giving prize Drawings On the new Grow website Engaging Native American kids in science Departments can access Donor Stewardship Report online Saving babies a diaper at a time Flavorist Marie Wright talks about Flavor Chemistry and the Aroma of Success on Nov 17 Lecture Sustainable Intensification in Agricultural Systems Meet the Author Jules Pretty to read from The Edge of Extinction on Nov 15 CALS in the News for the Week of Nov 1 7 Book talk AAE s Dan Bromley to discuss Wisconsin Becoming on Nov 14 Register for the 2015 Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Navigation Navigation Go to the top of the page Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Mission People Programs Faculty Staff and Post Docs Grad Students Undergraduate Financial Aid Degree Agronomy Opportunities Undergrad Courses Degree Options Graduate Studies Ph D Degree M S Degree Financial Aid Graduate Courses Specializations Teaching For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Events News Archives Contact Links UW Extension CoolBean Kucharik Lab Plant Microbe Symbiotic Interactions UW Corn Extension UW Forage Research Extension UW Plant Growth Facilities UW Weed Science UW WI Crop Weed Science Post navigation Previous NO Journal Club Monday Nov 10 Posted on November 6 2014 by Joanna Plant Sciences Journal club is cancelled for Monday November 10 Everyone is highly encouraged to attend the special

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  • Mallika Nocco wins EPA STAR grant | Agronomy
    scholarship winner Send your pledge to get in on weekly CALS Partners in Giving prize Drawings On the new Grow website Engaging Native American kids in science Departments can access Donor Stewardship Report online Saving babies a diaper at a time Flavorist Marie Wright talks about Flavor Chemistry and the Aroma of Success on Nov 17 Lecture Sustainable Intensification in Agricultural Systems Meet the Author Jules Pretty to read from The Edge of Extinction on Nov 15 CALS in the News for the Week of Nov 1 7 Book talk AAE s Dan Bromley to discuss Wisconsin Becoming on Nov 14 Register for the 2015 Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Navigation Navigation Go to the top of the page Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Mission People Programs Faculty Staff and Post Docs Grad Students Undergraduate Financial Aid Degree Agronomy Opportunities Undergrad Courses Degree Options Graduate Studies Ph D Degree M S Degree Financial Aid Graduate Courses Specializations Teaching For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Events News Archives Contact Links UW Extension CoolBean Kucharik Lab Plant Microbe Symbiotic Interactions UW Corn Extension UW Forage Research Extension UW Plant Growth Facilities UW Weed Science UW WI Crop Weed Science Post navigation Previous Next Mallika Nocco wins EPA STAR grant Posted on October 31 2014 by Joanna Mallika Nocco is one of two Nelson Institute graduate students both pursuing doctoral degrees in Environment and Resources who have been awarded fellowship grants as part of the U S Environmental Protection Agency s Science to Achieve Results STAR program Mallika Nocco advised by associate professor Chris Kucharik is among 105 graduate students across the nation to receive 8 6 million in STAR grants Nocco will be awarded 84 000 in funding for two years of research The STAR grants support research

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  • Dr. Chris Kucharik to speak at Badger Bioneers 2014 | Agronomy
    online Saving babies a diaper at a time Flavorist Marie Wright talks about Flavor Chemistry and the Aroma of Success on Nov 17 Lecture Sustainable Intensification in Agricultural Systems Meet the Author Jules Pretty to read from The Edge of Extinction on Nov 15 CALS in the News for the Week of Nov 1 7 Book talk AAE s Dan Bromley to discuss Wisconsin Becoming on Nov 14 Register for the 2015 Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Navigation Navigation Go to the top of the page Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Mission People Programs Faculty Staff and Post Docs Grad Students Undergraduate Financial Aid Degree Agronomy Opportunities Undergrad Courses Degree Options Graduate Studies Ph D Degree M S Degree Financial Aid Graduate Courses Specializations Teaching For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Events News Archives Contact Links UW Extension CoolBean Kucharik Lab Plant Microbe Symbiotic Interactions UW Corn Extension UW Forage Research Extension UW Plant Growth Facilities UW Weed Science UW WI Crop Weed Science Post navigation Previous Next Dr Chris Kucharik to speak at Badger Bioneers 2014 Posted on October 31 2014 by Joanna Agronomy faculty member Chris Kucharik will speak at Sustain Dane s Badger Bioneers 2014 event on Tuesday November 18 Dr Chris Kucharik Badger Bioneers is the Madison Region s premier forum for business academic and civic leaders to come together around a common goal a brighter more sustainable future for our region This year s theme of Disruption Embracing Change for a Sustainable World will engage participants in exploring disruptive solutions and envisioning new possibilities to make a more sustainable future possible faster Dr Kucharik will speak about Yahara 2070 a project that uses a set of 4 scenarios about the Yahara Watershed in the year 2070 to help people better understand

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  • Plant Sciences Journal Club for 11/03 | Agronomy
    s hottest and coldest spots Alan Chen Bascom Hill Society scholarship winner Send your pledge to get in on weekly CALS Partners in Giving prize Drawings On the new Grow website Engaging Native American kids in science Departments can access Donor Stewardship Report online Saving babies a diaper at a time Flavorist Marie Wright talks about Flavor Chemistry and the Aroma of Success on Nov 17 Lecture Sustainable Intensification in Agricultural Systems Meet the Author Jules Pretty to read from The Edge of Extinction on Nov 15 CALS in the News for the Week of Nov 1 7 Book talk AAE s Dan Bromley to discuss Wisconsin Becoming on Nov 14 Register for the 2015 Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Navigation Navigation Go to the top of the page Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Mission People Programs Faculty Staff and Post Docs Grad Students Undergraduate Financial Aid Degree Agronomy Opportunities Undergrad Courses Degree Options Graduate Studies Ph D Degree M S Degree Financial Aid Graduate Courses Specializations Teaching For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Events News Archives Contact Links UW Extension CoolBean Kucharik Lab Plant Microbe Symbiotic Interactions UW Corn Extension UW Forage Research Extension UW Plant Growth Facilities UW Weed Science UW WI Crop Weed Science Post navigation Previous Next Plant Sciences Journal Club for 11 03 Posted on October 29 2014 by Joanna Hello plant scientists With advancing technology it s amazing how much science can be down nowadays without the need to step into a lab or a field Bioinformatics big data and computer models are a very interesting branch of research and the paper for next week explores how simulated predictions can be used in plant breeding Matt Murray has selected a very interesting paper for us to discuss this week exploring

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  • Plant Sciences Journal Club – 10/27 | Agronomy
    detective arrives on campus When the isthmus is an island Madison s hottest and coldest spots Alan Chen Bascom Hill Society scholarship winner Send your pledge to get in on weekly CALS Partners in Giving prize Drawings On the new Grow website Engaging Native American kids in science Departments can access Donor Stewardship Report online Saving babies a diaper at a time Flavorist Marie Wright talks about Flavor Chemistry and the Aroma of Success on Nov 17 Lecture Sustainable Intensification in Agricultural Systems Meet the Author Jules Pretty to read from The Edge of Extinction on Nov 15 CALS in the News for the Week of Nov 1 7 Book talk AAE s Dan Bromley to discuss Wisconsin Becoming on Nov 14 Register for the 2015 Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Navigation Navigation Go to the top of the page Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Mission People Programs Faculty Staff and Post Docs Grad Students Undergraduate Financial Aid Degree Agronomy Opportunities Undergrad Courses Degree Options Graduate Studies Ph D Degree M S Degree Financial Aid Graduate Courses Specializations Teaching For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Events News Archives Contact Links UW Extension CoolBean Kucharik Lab Plant Microbe Symbiotic Interactions UW Corn Extension UW Forage Research Extension UW Plant Growth Facilities UW Weed Science UW WI Crop Weed Science Post navigation Previous Next Plant Sciences Journal Club 10 27 Posted on October 23 2014 by Joanna With domesticated crop species in many places of the world growing alongside their wild counterparts an interesting question to explore is if and to what extent our cultivation affects these wild species A study of their genetic diversity can also tell us where the crop was likely domesticated and what changes occurred along that process Claire Luby has selected a very

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  • Pest Management Update Series to begin Nov. 10 | Agronomy
    for the 2015 Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Navigation Navigation Go to the top of the page Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Mission People Programs Faculty Staff and Post Docs Grad Students Undergraduate Financial Aid Degree Agronomy Opportunities Undergrad Courses Degree Options Graduate Studies Ph D Degree M S Degree Financial Aid Graduate Courses Specializations Teaching For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Events News Archives Contact Links UW Extension CoolBean Kucharik Lab Plant Microbe Symbiotic Interactions UW Corn Extension UW Forage Research Extension UW Plant Growth Facilities UW Weed Science UW WI Crop Weed Science Post navigation Previous Next Pest Management Update Series to begin Nov 10 Posted on October 20 2014 by Joanna While we have a long history of success with this meeting we are thrilled to partner with the UW Integrated Crop and Pest Management Program this year says Mark Renz UW Extension Madison weed specialist fyi uwex edu MADISON Wis Have you struggled to manage your pests in agronomic crops this year If so consider attending a Pest Management Update Series hosted by University of Wisconsin Extension Eight meetings that provide updates to weed insect and disease management in corn soybean small grains and alfalfa will be held throughout the state in November Discussions of important pests that are spreading in Wisconsin and management approaches will be highlighted In addition to these updates participants will also have a chance to hone their IPM skills with hands on training in the afternoon This conference has always been highly valued by agribusiness and crop consultants noted Mark Renz UW Extension Madison weed specialist He said previous meeting attendees estimated that information they received from the meeting adds saves them more than 10 per acre While we have a long history of success with this meeting we are thrilled to partner with the UW Integrated Crop and Pest Management Program this year says Renz This group has a wealth of experience at reinforcing critical IPM issues through hands on training sessions and will add another dimension to the program The morning session focuses on integrated pest management updates by crop and is streamlined to focus on new pesticide registrations pest updates and highlight important issues from 2014 by crop Afternoon sessions focus on specific updates such as herbicide resistance sprayer technology and the pest management mobile website The meeting will end with diagnostic training events developed to improve problem solving skills for pest related issues common to Wisconsin field crops Speakers are UW Extension Madison specialists Mark Renz and Vince Davis weed scientists Damon Smith plant pathologist Dan Heider IPM specialist and Bryan Jensen entomologist Cost of attendance is 40 which includes a copy of the 2015 Pest Management in Wisconsin Field Crops 15 value lunch and other educational material Four hours of CCA CEU pest management credits will be available at each location All sessions start at 10 a m and conclude at 3 p m Registration and coffee begins at 9 30 a

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  • Plant Sciences Journal Club – 10/20 | Agronomy
    county Two CALS research teams win WARF Innovation Awards Wisconsin s new bug guy insect detective arrives on campus When the isthmus is an island Madison s hottest and coldest spots Alan Chen Bascom Hill Society scholarship winner Send your pledge to get in on weekly CALS Partners in Giving prize Drawings On the new Grow website Engaging Native American kids in science Departments can access Donor Stewardship Report online Saving babies a diaper at a time Flavorist Marie Wright talks about Flavor Chemistry and the Aroma of Success on Nov 17 Lecture Sustainable Intensification in Agricultural Systems Meet the Author Jules Pretty to read from The Edge of Extinction on Nov 15 CALS in the News for the Week of Nov 1 7 Book talk AAE s Dan Bromley to discuss Wisconsin Becoming on Nov 14 Register for the 2015 Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum Navigation Navigation Go to the top of the page Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Mission People Programs Faculty Staff and Post Docs Grad Students Undergraduate Financial Aid Degree Agronomy Opportunities Undergrad Courses Degree Options Graduate Studies Ph D Degree M S Degree Financial Aid Graduate Courses Specializations Teaching For Current Students Graduate Student Handbook Events News Archives Contact Links UW Extension CoolBean Kucharik Lab Plant Microbe Symbiotic Interactions UW Corn Extension UW Forage Research Extension UW Plant Growth Facilities UW Weed Science UW WI Crop Weed Science Post navigation Previous Next Plant Sciences Journal Club 10 20 Posted on October 15 2014 by Joanna There is much debate in both the academic and public sector question whether or not organic produce is any different than conventionally produced vegetables This recent meta analysis explores this question by looking at composition differences between organic and non organic food and we hope that

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