College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

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Extinguishing Stink Bugs

Researchers with the University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) and College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (CMNS) are part of a multi-state team planning a strategic defense against the invasive and destructive brown marmorated stink bug, known as the...

Mighty Microgreens

Feeling a bit under the weather? Need a little pep in your step? A sprinkling of microgreens on your salad or soup might be just what you need. Researchers with the University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)...

A Taste of Aronia at the State Fair

Ever wondered what Aronia -flavored ice cream tastes like? Ever even heard of Aronia ? On Friday, August 31, patrons of the Maryland State Fair got a chance to sample Aronia ice cream at the Young Farmers’ Dairy Bar. Also known as Black Chokeberry, Aronia is a potent fruit packed with health-...

Service Day on the Farm

More than 80 incoming University of Maryland freshmen spent one of their last remaining days of freedom before the fall semester lending a helping hand out on the farm, and researchers with the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) are among those reaping the benefits of their hard...

AGNR Professor Awarded Grants to Study Important Food Safety Issues

One of the newest faculty members with the University of Maryland’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources has been awarded federal funding for innovative research that will directly impact the safety of food on family tables around the country. Dr. Abani Pradhan, an assitant professor with...

AGNR Students, Faculty Let Research Work Shine at Commodity Classic

A brutally hot and humid summer day couldn’t keep faculty and students with the University of Maryland’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources from showing off some of their latest cutting edge research at the Wye Research and Education Center in Queen Anne’s County. On Thursday, July 26,...

AREC Professors Grade the Bay

AREC Professors Lori Lynch and Doug Lipton joined Professor Tony Busalacchi (Dept. of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science) and show host Don Kettl (Dean, School of Public Policy) for a discussion of the Chesapeake Bay on the University’s newest production entitled Research Matters. The program brings...

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