Montana State University

Montana State University: Pea crop has potential

· June 15, 2017

Peas are showing their potential in Big Sky Country as farmers in Montana, and other parts of the Northern Great Plains, are shifting from cereal mono-cropping to a cereal-dry pea cropping system. Yield and performance of pea crops depend on both their genetics and the environment. Since environmental factors such as temperature and rainfall can […]

Montana State disease-fighting bacterium now EPA registered

· November 29, 2016

Montana State University reached a significant milestone in the university’s research and technology history recently with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency registration for the disease-fighting bacterium, BmJ WG. BmJ WG was discovered and named “Bacillus mycoides isolate J” by Barry Jacobsen, associate director of the Montana Agricultural Experiment Station and professor of plant sciences and plant […]

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