Two Upland cotton germplasm lines with superior fiber quality have been released to give public and private breeders genetic resources for concurrent improvement of fiber quality and yield in cotton for the southeastern U.S.
Repairing critical deferred maintenance including replacing HVAC and plumbing system components in various buildings.
September 2009 - Construction contract awarded for $1,226,333 for the replacement of the HVAC systems
Research at the Coastal Plains Soil, Water, and Plant Research Center
The mission of the Coastal Plains Soil, Water, and Plant Research Center is to anticipate and solve problems that agriculture on the south east coastal plain faces and to mitigate harmful impacts on air, water and soil. The Lab works on to improve both livestock production and crop production such as cotton.
For example, researchers at the Center have recently developed a manure management system that reduces odors and protects water quality. The system has already been adopted in North Carolina
Project Photographs During Construction