People! That's what Clemson University's Edisto Research & Education Center (Edisto REC) is all about. It's home to men and women who work as a team to help solve problems facing the South Carolina farmer, particularly the farmer in the Coastal Plain. Their task is to find better ways to grow and harvest crops, raise beef cattle, and conserve natural resources. It's problem solving centers like Edisto REC that make it possible for consumers to shop at supermarkets stocked with an abundance of high quality food.
Clemson entomologist helps develop new thrips detection tool for cotton farmers
Drop by drop, Clemson is helping ensure the state’s vital natural resource — water
Clemson experts report strong 2018 South Carolina cotton outlook
Clemson experts warn South Carolina peanut farmers of possible excess supply
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