Sesame
There's a new crop Tennessee farmers might consider. Researchers are experimenting with sesame, produced for its oil, and commonly used in bread products.  
 
West Tennessee Ag Museum
It's a place where agriculture's history is told. The West Tennessee Agricultural Museum in Milan offers an opportunity to learn and travel through time.  
 
Nozzle Selection
Nozzle selection has been simplified over the years, but different types of nozzles are needed for different situations.  
 
Forest Research
UT's Institute of Agriculture has research projects statewide to help landowners better manage their timber.  
 
Bee Research
Researchers at the UT Institute of Agriculture are exploring reasons behind the decline of the honeybee population, including how agricutural pesticides might affect these beneficial insects.  
 
Weed Control Strategy
'The Minute' host Jake Turner interviews Larry Steckel on weed control.  
 
Bottle Art at UT Gardens Jackson
More than 6,000 bottles were used to create this stunning garden display!  
 
Managing 8-inch Palmer Pigweed
Weed control programs for late-season palmer amaranth in corn  
 
Cover Crop Concerns
Cover crops can be an effective tool in a weed management program, but there are concerns. Researchers with UTIA address those concerns here.  
 
Managing Cover Crops
An overview of a UTIA research project evaluating both the timing and products used to terminate cover crops.