Assistant Professor of Crop Physiology

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Dr. Torrion was hired in February, 2014 as Crop Physiologist to study abiotic stresses in plants with the goal of increasing efficiency of production factors such as water and nutrients. Prior, she gained a lot of experience conducting research and extension at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as a postdoctoral research fellow and studied whole crop physiology of soybean and other crops. She completed her Ph.D degree in 2008, Texas Tech University, on cotton crop water stress. She also has strong background on agricultural remote sensing, crop simulation, and soil science.



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Email: jessica.torrion@montana.edu
Landline: 406-755-4303; Fax: 406-755-8951