Crop Production and Physiology Lab Group Faculty Members
CP&P Lab Manager: Dani Clark
Assistant Scientist I
Office: 1523 Agronomy Hall
Focus: Coordinates the research activities of the Crop Production and Physiology Group. Also provides research support and training to faculty, staff, and graduate students who require the use of the shared equipment and facilities
Office: 1301 Agronomy Hall
Office: 2104M Agronomy Hall
Focus: Soybean, corn and cover crop management, agronomic implications of precision technologies
Office: 1401 Agronomy Hall
Focus: Improve environmental quality and agricultural productivity while reducing dependence on agrichemicals and fossil fuels. Specific interests include diversified cropping systems, weed ecology and management, and the use of native prairie specices for biofuel production and soil, water, and wildlife conservation.
Office: 1206 Agronomy Hall
Focus: Enhance productivity, stability and sustainability of cropping systems for food, feed, and fuel in an environmental, social, and economic contect using a variety of methods and approaches.
Office: 1577 Agronomy Hall
Focus: Understanding the physiological basis for the effects of water deficits on the reporoductive development in corn and soybean; using molecular approaches to improve the value of soybean seeds; and establishing quantitative relationships between floral development and seed set in corn.