Day 122 | May 2, 2014


Poor land means poor yields of food, feed, and cash crops, poor livestock and poor people. Image from Clemson University Special Collections.

University-based knowledge to the people

Today, the national Cooperative Extension Service engages citizens to improve economic development and quality of life by delivering research-based information in agriculture, natural resources, food safety and nutrition, economic and community development, and 4-H youth development.

Clemson Extension agents with primary agronomic responsibilities work closely with state extension specialists and researchers located on campus and at the various research and education centers located across the state. They provide expertise on topics such as production, pest management, harvesting, and post-harvesting processes for commodities such as soybeans, corn, tobacco.

For more information, explore the following Extension websites:


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