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NWROC is looking for person's 16 years and older to work alongside top class scientists and with their agricultural projects. Utilize the latest field & lab equipment. Acquire experience in scientific field-plot research & lab based research in areas of:

  1. Nutrient management
  2. Plant diseases
  3. Agronomy

Work with pride during the months of June, July, and August with little to no weekends, 8am-4:30pm. This type of work looks great on a resume for college or applying for another job! Download the application form.

Lindsay Pease has seen the fallout that happens when nutrient and water resources aren’t properly managed - and it drives her work at the University of Minnesota today. Read how her work impacts Minnesota agriculture.

‘MN-Torgy’ wheat is the newest variety from the University of Minnesota’s hard red spring wheat breeding program. It is named in honor of Dave Torgerson, the former Executive Director of the Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council and the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers.

MN-Torgy features a good combination of yield, protein, straw strength and disease resistance.

Jim Anderson, University of Minnesota wheat breeder, Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics, says: “MN-Torgy has shown its promise to perform well across the wheat growing region and its straw strength is better than most higher yielding varieties.”