CSU In The News Archive

Hurricane Season in Atlantic Will Be Fiercer

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April 02, 2005

The June-through-November season will bring 13 named storms, seven of which will develop into hurricanes, said Colorado State University scientists William Gray and Philip Klotzbach. Three of the seven hurricanes will pack sustained winds of 111 mph or greater, the …

First NM Ag Survival Conference in Socorro

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March 31, 2005

… Sociologist Louis Swanson of Colorado State University will also show how adverse policies and rural-to-urban migration affect local customs and culture.

Rotating Crops Means New Pest Control

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March 31, 2005

Farmers in dry areas of the U.S. Great Plains are rotating crops more often so scientists predict their weed and pest management will have to change as well. The research was done at Texas A&M University, Colorado State University in …

CSU, City to Highlight Achievements of Cesar Chavez

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March 30, 2005

Cesar Chavez spent nearly his entire life fighting for the rights of immigrants working the hardest jobs in agriculture. Thursday marks Cesar Chavez Day, and Colorado State University and Fort Collins are teaming up to remember his contributions.

Rotating Crops Means new Pest Control

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March 30, 2005

The research was done at Texas A&M University, Colorado State University in Fort Collins and Agri-Food Canada in Ottawa, Ontario.

From America to Kwara: Partnership Across Frontiers

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March 29, 2005

“In 1969, we at the Colorado State University did a study which revealed that Nigeria’s soil was one of the very best in the world, with enormous potential for agriculture. As a matter of fact, the combination of agriculture and …

State’s Delegates Consider Next Step

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March 28, 2005

“You can expect that their behavior will be affected by their political ambitions in terms of how they vote, in terms of bills they introduce, also probably in their travel plans (and) their public pronouncements,” Colorado State University political science …

Your Horse’s Limbs: Does Form Follow Function?

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March 28, 2005

… ACVS, a professor of clinical sciences at Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in Fort Collins, holds a moderate …

Dr. William Gray A Weather Celebrity

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March 27, 2005

Colorado State University Meteorologist Dr. William Gray had just sat down for an interview last Thursday during a break at the National Hurricane Conference when a man from Orlando, Fla., stopped by to shake his hand and ask a question.

Roots Engage In Underground Chemical Warfare

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March 26, 2005

Using the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, a relative of garden-variety cabbage, Jorge Vivanco and co-workers at Colorado State University, together with Frederick Ausubel at Harvard Medical School, demonstrated that “root exudates” contain antimicrobial agents that ward off the continual attacks …