What We Do
The goal of the Purdue Extension Corn Program is to provide innovative, science-based research solutions and timely management recommendations to improve overall production, profitability and environmental performance of Midwest corn systems.
Dan Quinn, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Agronomy and Extension Corn Specialist.
Ph.D. – University of Kentucky, Plant and Soil Science.
M.S. – Michigan State University, Crop and Soil Science.
B.S. – Michigan State University, Crop and Soil Science.
Address: 915 W. State St. West Lafayette, IN 47907.
Riley SeaversM.S. Graduate Research Assistant
B.S. – Purdue University, Agronomy.
– Nitrogen Fertilizer Application Timing in Corn following a Rye Cover Crop
– After-market Planter Closing Wheel use in Corn Following a Rye Cover Crop
Ana Gabriela Morales-OnaPh.D. Graduate Research Assistant
M.S. – Purdue University, Agronomy
B.S. – Zamorano University, Environment and Development Engineering.
– Assessment of Spatial and Temporal Variability of Crop Development for Improving Nitrogen Management at Field Scale
– Characterization and Quantification of Corn Responses to Experimental Treatments in Field-Scale Research using UAV Imagery.
Malena BartaburuM.S. Graduate Research Assistant
B.S. – University of the Republic. Montevideo, Uruguay, Agronomy
– Corn Growth, Yield, and Physiological Response to Increased Management Intensity