IYP Pulses & pulse research in CSSA's web stories

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12/28/2016

The Crops Science Society of American (CSSA) is proud to announce the winners of its School Garden Photo Contest:  Green Scene of Chicago, IL, and Kennedy Middle School of Aiken, SC.…

10/19/2016

 

Poor nutrition can cause health problems ranging from nutrient deficiencies to obesity. Nutrient deficiencies are less common in wealthy nations where people eat a high proportion of…

9/8/2016

Educational videos released this week by the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) celebrate the International Year of Pulses (IYP), as d…

5/9/2016

May 9, 2016 - “The week ended just too soon,” said Vongai Chekanai.

4/14/2016

Schools and other K-12 programs can grow cold, hard cash for their school gardens in 2016.

2/22/2016

The Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) is sending ten graduate students to Zambia to learn more about dry bean research and increase…

12/28/2015

Many cultures have a tradition of eating dried beans, peas, or lentils on New Year’s Eve. The round, coin-shaped seeds and their ability to expand when cooked provide a visual link to increasing…

12/17/2015

The UN declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses (IYP). And, no, they don’t mean the pulse you take to measure your heartbeat.

Pulses are edible grain legumes – think pinto, kidney…

10/15/2015

In the movie “The Martian,” the main character, astronaut Mark Watney (played by Matt Damon), is stranded on Mars and must rely on his own super-science knowledge to survive. Because the crew had…

8/11/2014

Like many scientific findings, this one started out with an inkling and a passing conversation. To hear Henry Thompson tell it, a chance meeting on campus led to a decade-long project that would…