Shawn Conley

Conley-Shawn Associate Professor
(608) 262-7975
355 Moore Hall

Program Description:
My research goal is to generate science based solutions to address real world problems in soybean and small grain production. My research program has two broad components. The first is to address/answer critical issues in response to problems and needs expressed by agricultural professionals and growers not only in Wisconsin, but across the Midwest. Results of this research have an immediate application by agricultural professionals. The second component is to identify fundamental agronomic problems not recognized by my clientele, determine the cause, and develop management strategies to mitigate these issues.

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