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Researchers develop nutrient-rich purple potato

Purple potatoes might not be the first thing that comes to mind when trying to increase vitamin, mineral and antioxidant intake. However, a group of researchers from CSU have recently developed potato varieties that satisfy these nutritional needs and could act as a preventive measure to several diseases

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Tying the Research Community Together

Faculty members often seek out financial support for their projects from a variety of sources – grants and awards from government agencies, industry funding, and private donations. One source for support that may not be as well-known is the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station…

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Donation amounts to more than a hill of beans

The university’s Agricultural Research, Development and Education Center and its Dry Bean Breeding Project recently donated 3,500 pounds of dried pinto beans to the Food Bank for Larimer County and the Weld Food Bank, which assist people in need throughout northern Colorado. That’s nearly two tons of beans.

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Scientist investigates rice disease to boost food security

A doctoral student at Colorado State University has earned a prestigious international fellowship and $180,000 in funding for research aimed at combating rice bacterial diseases, with the goal of boosting production of a primary staple crop for poverty-stricken people in Africa and Latin America.

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