2022 Research Roundup

Each year in early winter, CARC hosts a day of research presentations from faculty and associates from CARC and MSU.  After a 2 year hiatus, we are planning to host the 2022 Research Roundup in early December in Lewistown, MT-stay tuned for further details! 

 

Past year presentation titles are listed below.  All presentations are available upon request (various formats).

Research Roundup 2019

Strategies for Diversifying Cropping Systems and Managing Acid Soils in Central Montana

  • Cultivar Selection in Low pH Soils, Simon Fordyce, Research Associate
  • Soil Respiration and Cropping System Diversity, Dr. Jed Eberly, Assistant Professor of Agronomy/Soil Microbiology
  • Breeding for Abiotic Resistance in Barley: Acid, Salt, Drought, & Cold, Dr. Jamie Sherman, Assistant Professor/Barley Breeder
  • Soil Acidification: Causes, Identification, and Solutions, Dr. Clain Jones, Professor/Extension Soil Fertility Specialist
  • Soil Acidification in Montana: What Have We Learned?, Dr. Rick Engel, Professor of Soil Nutrient Management and Cycling
  • Diversifying Rotations: Crop Sequence Choices, Dr. Pat Carr, Superintendent/Associate Professor of Cropping Systems

Research Roundup 2018

Pulses and Oilseed Crops

  • Cool-Season Pulse & Canola Variety Trial, Simon Fordyce, Research Associate
  • Microbiology Applications in Dryland Agriculture, Dr. Jed Eberly, Assistant Professor of Agronomy/Soil Microbiology
  • CARC Oilseed & Cropping Systems Studies, Dr. Pat Carr, Superintendent/Associate Professor of Cropping Systems
  • Pulse Crop Breeding for Montana, Dr. Kevin McPhee, Professor of Plant Science and Plant Pathology
  • Pulses in Rotation: 101 and Beyond, Dr. Perry Miller, Professor of Cropping Systems
  • Canola: An Opportunity Crop in the PNW, Karen Sowers, Extension & Outreach Specialist - Oilseeds WSU

Research Roundup 2017

  • Alternative Crops Results, Simon Fordyce, Cropping Systems Research Associate
  • Grain Variety Trial Results & Biological Inoculants, Dr. Jed Eberly, Assistant Professor of Agronomy/Soil Microbiology
  • Communicating through Social Media, Heather Fryer, Research Associate
  • Soil Testing and Nutrient Management in and after Dry Years, Dr. Clain Jones, Associate Professor/Extension Soils Specialist
  • Cropping Systems Research: Present and Future, Dr. Pat Carr, Superintendent/Associate Professor of Cropping Systems