A whole farm and ranch carbon and greenhouse gas accounting system that guides users through describing farm and ranch management practices, including alternative future management scenario, to generate a report comparing the carbon changes and greenhouse gas...
Plant disease fact sheets and newsletters.
Entomology resources from the Department of Agricultural Biology and Colorado State University Extension.
Predicts approximate sub-primal yields and cutout values of beef cattle. allowing producers to rapidly vary carcass carcass/live weights, Yield Grades, and/or yield grade factors to ascertain expected cut-out weights and USDA Choice and USDA Select dollar values.
Student-run and operated educational facility providing students with hands-on experience in the retail meat industry. Sells cuts of beef, pork and lamb, and processed meats for pickup on campus.
Offers plant disease diagnosis, agricultural insect identification and plant identification, and provides recommendations for the client. Colorado’s state lab in the National Plant Diagnostic Network.
An important public service for Colorado wheat growers that shares important updates on disease outbreaks, tools to identify and combat disease, and strategies for prevention and healthy crops.
Preserves and provides access to historical records that enhance understanding of the state’s agrarian and natural resource heritage. More than 100 collections contain source materials ranging from meeting minutes and correspondence to oral histories, diaries, maps...
Provides hemp producers a way to recognize and to better understand the insects, mites, and other “bugs” that are associated with the “new” crop, industrial hemp, presently being grown in North America.
Provides accurate, up-to-date information on pesticide laws and regulations, environmental protection, worker protection, and pesticide safety for applicators, trainers, agricultural workers and supervisors, and the general public.
Strives to bring a deeper appreciation for arthropods through hands-on learning opportunities with live insects, enthusiastic volunteers, and continuing involvement in the Fort Collins community. Home to over 30 different species of arachnids, insects, and other...
Nearly five million specimens in the aquatic insect orders, the Lepidoptera - butterflies and moths, the Diptera - flies, gnats and mosquitos, and the Hymenoptera - ants, bees, wasps and relatives.