Novel Supplement Shown to Increase Yields in Snap Beans, Soybeans

AgResearch Article by  Ginger Rowsey JACKSON, Tenn. — Craig Canaday, a researcher in the University of Tennessee Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology at the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center, has developed a supplemental seed-coating treatment that has been shown to increase yields in both soybeans and snap beans, as well as to prevent… Read More

UT AgResearch Invention Results in Commercial Test Kit for Johne’s Disease

UT AgResearch Article by Margot Emery Veterinary diagnostic company BioVet has just announced a new diagnostic test kit for the costly infectious animal disease, Johne’s disease, is on the market for sale. The test is based on a discovery and invention by associate professor Shigetoshi Eda and professor emeritus C.A. Speer of the University of Tennessee Institute… Read More

UT-Developed Disease Detection Technology

An innovative disease detection technology developed by UT and UT Institute of Agriculture researchers is on its way to the marketplace. Meridian Bioscience Inc. has entered into a technology and commercial license agreement with the UT Research Foundation for the development of the technology that could result in low cost, point-of-care disease detection using a… Read More