Researchers from Virginia Tech and the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology demonstrate the high-return investment of applying ecological agricultural practices in developing countries.
A record-breaking four winners of the annual Randolph L. Grayson Outstanding CALS Diversity Scholar Award were announced by the Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Diversity Council.
The implementation of social distancing policies, restaurant dine-in prohibitions, and stay-at-home orders across the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic have severely impacted market channels for seafood consumers, recreational fishermen, and allied businesses, according to new survey results by Virginia Tech.
Commodity Investing by Students, or COINS, moved online after spring break, and with one analyst finishing the semester in Sweden, the group has leveraged his position and others to increase their outputs.
The Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center is pushing the smartfarm boundaries in the seafood industry through expanding automation for processing to improve economic resiliency in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the passing of the $2.2. trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security “CARES” Act, businesses are able to get help keeping employees on their payroll. Some loans in the package are eligible for full forgiveness if businesses maintain full staffing. many
While progress was being made on the U.S.-China Phase One agricultural deal with changes to regulations on non-tariff barriers, COVID-19 has raised questions about diversifying suppliers for world-wide trade.
Agricultural organizations including Virginia Cooperative Extension are stepping up to provide resources and solutions for producers now looking for new ways to sell their already-planted crops and provide consumers with the nutrition they need.