Will Hamman received second place in the Applied Soybean Research competition (M.S. division) at the American Society of Agronomy Annual meeting this week in Baltimore. His presentation was titled, "The Impact of Seeding Rate on Plant Architecture, Harvest Grain Loss, and Combine Fuel Use."
Assistant Professor, Laura Lindsey, was featured on ohiofieldleader.com with an article about soybean yield in Ohio.What's limiting soybean yield in Ohio?
by Laura Lindsey
HCS graduate students, Will Hamman and Emma Matcham were each awarded $5,000 from the Ohio Soybean Council Foundation. Both Will and Emma are Masters of Science students working with Dr. Laura Lindsey. Read more about their awards here.
Ohio's Country Journal
Laura Lindsey Assistant Professor Department of Horticulture and Crop Science The Ohio State University
“Why Wheat Works”.
Early growth could leave some wheat plants more vulnerable to cold
Aaron Brooker M.S. Exit Seminar Advisor: Dr. Laura Lindsey
Title: Soil fertility status in Ohio and Indiana and the effect of soil fertility on soybean grain yield in Ohio.
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