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Dec 22, 2022
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Dec 19, 2022
Indigo Ag creates fellowship to further efforts of Penn State Microbiome Center
In support of the Penn State Microbiome Center, Indigo Agriculture has created the Indigo Agriculture Graduate Fellowship in the College of Agricultural Sciences through a $200,000 gift, matched 1:1 by the University through the now-concluded Graduate Scholarship Matching Program.
Jul 11, 2022
Above-ground microbial communities that quell plant diseases can be developed
Microbial communities naturally living on the leaves and stems of tomato plants can be manipulated to suppress diseases that reduce productivity, according to Penn State researchers, offering hope that growers someday can apply these mixtures of bacteria and fungi to protect plants and improve harvests.