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Michigan experiment station releases research videos

March 13, 2008  By Fruit & Vegetable


Lights, cameras, action. The
Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES) at Michigan State
University is now offering web access to their research videos. Dr.
Steven Pueppke, MAES director, said offering the field station research
videos online will allow researchers to disseminate a great deal of
information quickly and effectively.

Lights, cameras, action. The Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES) at Michigan State University is now offering web access to their research videos. Dr. Steven Pueppke, MAES director, said offering the field station research videos online will allow researchers to disseminate a great deal of information quickly and effectively. The videos are an educational tool that will help the university promote and educate on the benefits of agricultural research, he added. The MAES generates knowledge through strategic research aimed at enhancing agriculture, natural resources, and families and communities in Michigan. Research projects at the field stations focus on areas ranging from forestry, field crops and fruit to beef and dairy cattle, potatoes and equine breeding. To view the videos, go to www.maes.msu.edu.


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