From the Network
Welcome, West Virginia University: PMNís 34th Land-Grant
Management Network is happy to announce
West Virginia University (WVU) as its
newest land-grant partner. The partnership
was enabled by the WVU Extension Service,
Agricultural and Natural Resources Unit.
The unitís mission is to assist owners and
users gain competitive benefits from West
Virginia's natural resources.
It does this by
enabling stewards and users to develop the
skill and problem-solving abilities
necessary to make correct decisions for
managing resources in a sustainable manner.
Have You Gone Green?
For more information on the PMN University
Partners Program, please contact us at
Focus on Soybean Offers Brown Stem Rot Webcast
Those needing information on management of
this significant disease of soybean, will
Brown Stem Rot of Soybean by Dean
Food Security now Published Online - Free Trial Access to First Issue
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