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Sustainable development is one of the five priorities of UN Action Agenda for the next five years, and food, nutrition security and sustainable agriculture figure prominently in that plan. Also the UN High-level Panel on Global Sustainability has identified...
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Why The Agronomy Department at UW-Madison The current demand for Agronomy graduates exceeds supply, and we expect the demand to increase. Agronomy majors with B.S. degrees can choose from careers i...
Advancing the science of agroecology Alternative cropping systems for cellulosic ethanol production Forages as invasive species Reed canarygrass is listed as the number one invasive species in the sta...