A recent published paper titled “Multistate Evaluation of Reduced-Lignin Alfalfa Harvested at Different Intervals” authored by Angie Arnold, a recent HCS MS degree graduate, and Prof. Mark Sulc along with a team of researchers from six other universities was selected as second place winner in the Crop Science Outstanding Paper Award for the Forage and Grazinglands Division (C6) of the Crop Science Society of America.
The Outstanding Paper in Forage and Grazinglands Award was designed to honor members of the crop science community who have made important contributions to the study of crop science through basic and applied research. The award consists of a certificate for each author and recognition by the Society. It was also recognized as a Top Downloaded Paper in 2018-2019 by Wiley Publishing, being in the top 10% of papers downloaded from the Crop Science journal. The paper can be accessed at https://doi.org/10.2135/cropsci2019.01.0023.