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Research Interests: corn growth and development, cropping systems and land use
Brief description of current research:
Roger W. Elmore is an Extension Corn Specialist and Professor of Agronomy at Iowa State University. He concentrates on development of practical management information for corn growers. He strives to do his best to maintain or increase profitability of farming by seeking and demonstrating environmentally sound production practices. The ecosystem is too fragile to treat it with disrespect. Therefore, our livelihood and future depends on good environmental stewardship.
Coulter, J. A., E. D. Nafziger, L. J. Abendroth, P. R. Thomison, R. W. Elmore, and M. E. Zarnstorff, 2011: Agronomic responses of corn to stand reduction at vegetative growth stages. Agron J., 103, 577-583.
De Bruin, J. L., P. Pedersen, S. P. Conley, J. M. Gaska, S. L. Naeve, J. E. Kurle, R. W. Elmore, L. J. Giesler, and L. J. Abendroth, 2010: Probability of yield response to inoculants in fields with a history of soybean. Crop Sci., 50, 265-272.
Conley, S. P., L. Abendroth, R. Elmore, E. P. Christmas, and M. Zarnstorff, 2008: Soybean seed yield and composition response to stand reduction at vegetative and reproductive stages. Agron J., 100, 1666-1669.