The departments of Entomology, Plant Biology and Marine and Coastal Sciences are using drones for diverse purposes from mosquito monitoring and control to crop monitoring and rescue missions. Read the full story »
Kristian Holmstrom, research project coordinator in the Vegetable Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program at Rutgers New Jersey Agriculture Experiment Station, is a co-author of the study and provided New Jersey data. Read the full story »
Its been ten years since the Rediscover the Jersey Tomato program began by bringing back the Ramapo tomato, which was released by Rutgers NJAES in 1968. Since then, the program has added three more classic Jersey tomatoes to its portfolio: Rutgers 250, Moreton and KC-146 tomatoes. Read the full story »
The New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) is an integral component of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The experiment station provides a diverse range of research, extension, and education programs that serve the people of New Jersey and the urban, suburban, and rural communities in which they live. Through its Cooperative Extension offices in all 21 New Jersey counties, dedicated 4-H agents, Extension specialists, Family & Community Health Sciences educators, and Agriculture and Natural Resources agents work to serve New Jersey residents in every area of the state. Read More About NJAES »
For the average family, getting together for a meal is not always easy. Busy schedules, long commutes, evening activities and sports events, homework, and other commitments have nibbled away at family mealtime.
County offices provide all kinds of information and assistance regarding 4-H, agriculture, family and community health sciences, marine science, and natural resources and the environment. Our Rutgers Cooperative Extension county offices, found in all 21 counties, are the result of a partnership between Rutgers Cooperative Extension, County Boards of Chosen Freeholders, and the US Department of Agriculture.
Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station research and extension programs are primarily funded through appropriations and sponsored research. Private giving provides an opportunity for individuals and organizations to make an impact on the diverse range of research, extension, and education programs that serve the people of New Jersey and the urban, suburban, and rural communities in which they live.