Coastal AgroBusiness – Solutions for a Productive Future
We participate in the most noble industry in the world. To feed and clothe the world is a daunting yet rewarding challenge enabling a higher standard of living for all people. Coastal AgroBusiness accepts the challenge before us by employing comprehensive knowledge-based problem solving for customers while adhering to the strictest standards of industry and environmental stewardship. We have set ourselves apart as a premier agricultural solutions provider by adopting standards of business second to none. We adapt to changes in technology and information while proving to be a trusted and reliable supplier of vital products, ideas and solutions. This vision requires bold leadership as we continually strive to meet the challenge of an abundant and productive future.
Coastal will have a booth at the NC State University CALS Internship and Career Expo on October 23, 2014. Students and alumni of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) are invited to attend this event from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM at the Talley Student Union on central campus. [...]
Modern agriculture innovations and practices are vital to the production of healthy, high-quality and abundant food and fiber grown in a safe, sustainable way that conserves precious resources. Crop protection products are a key component of modern agriculture. Because of advancements made possible through extensive scientific research, development and [...]
Two NC State undergraduate students have been selected to receive the J.C. Whitehurst, Jr. Agricultural Scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year. The recipients are Christopher C. Westmoreland of Huntersville, NC and William T. Nixon of Hertford, NC.
Westmoreland, a senior majoring in Plant and Soil Science with a minor in [...]
It is estimated that from 1997 to 2007 the suppression of yield in US soybean acres was close to 1 BILLION bushels! The majority of this yield loss can be attributed to 4 major pathogens: Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Phytophthora and Fusarium. Unfortunately, a large majority of our southeastern soils [...]