Microbes are, literally, everywhere: In our guts, in soil, in plants, in food, in water, maybe even in outer space. Across the college, CFANS researchers are finding new ways to unearth the magic of microbial science.

Crop rotations beyond strictly corn and soybeans are gaining popularity as producers look at building soil fertility and getting the most out of the ground that they can.  Doug Holen, U of MN Extension Educator, explains at WCROC Summer Field Day.

The University of Minnesota's West Central Research and Outreach Center at Morris is walking the talk when it comes to efficiency and renewable energy.

The summer months provide an ideal time to showcase a few of our research areas by offering several educational events and activities for all.  


July 29, 2015

Temp High (F) Temp Low (F) Precipitation (in.) Snow (in.)
79 60 0
Soil Temp - 2" Max Soil Temp - 2" Min Soil Temp - 4" Max Soil Temp - 4" Min
89 62 85 58