The Crop Science Department has changed how its managing its citrus crop.
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Mustang News, Oct. 23, 2013: Campus wireless requires update, Soccer tickets on sale
Mustang News anchor Christina Favuzzi covers today’s biggest Cal Poly news.
Mustang Minute, Oct. 22, 2013: Get lost in Cal Poly’s corn maze
As night falls, the Cal Poly corn maze becomes a destination for thrill seekers with cobwebs, coffins, and chainsaws around every corner. Christina Favuzzi sees if she can make it through the maze.
Plant central: Leis, bouquets for special days
Without the traditional lei, graduating students wearing caps and gowns do not quite look complete.
Leaning Pine Arboretum: Cal Poly's 'well-kept secret'
In a lush landscape populated by colorful flowers, exotic shrubs and funky-looking succulents, there are no sounds except chirping birds in the oak trees overhead and the gentle hum of sprinklers. Here, the buds of plants anticipate the coming spring where they will bloom into full-fledged flowers. The only people around to appreciate this refreshing […]
Horticulture and crop science department grows into new major
The department of horticulture and crop science introduced a new major this fall — agricultural and environmental plant sciences — to replace three of its previous degrees: fruit science, environmental horticulture science and crop science. The new major is an attempt to draw more students to the horticulture and crop science department by offering them more flexibility because […]
Organic farm CSA program end brings new opportunity – and protests
The Cal Poly Organic Farm ended its ten-year Community Supported Agriculture Program this summer due to lack of funding and the Horticulture and Crop Sciences department’s choice to use alternative strategies to extend its community outreach.