Dr. Patrick Carr
- Organic Farming: Impacts on Soil, Food, and Human Health (2013)
- Impacts of Organic Zero Tillage Systems on Crops, Weeds, and Soil Quality (2013)
- Weed Growth and Crop Performance Following Hairy Vetch, Rye, and Wheat Cover Crops in a Cool Semiarid Region (2013)
- Organic Zero-Till in the northern U.S. Great Plains Region: Opportunities and Obstacles (2012)
- Overview and Comparison of Conservation Tillage Practices and Organic Farming In Europe and North America (2012)
DR PATRICK CARR - PROFESSOR
Dr. Patrick Carr has been at the Dickinson Research Extension Center since February, 1992, where he presently is a research professor. He directs both a conventional conservation-tillage research program as well as an organic research program. Dr. Carr's research responsibilities include development of energy- and resource-efficient crop and integrated crop-livestock systems that are sustainable both economically and environmentally. Dr. Carr has teaching responsibilities at Dickinson State University, where he has been an adjunct professor since 1992. Dr. Carr has been an adjunct professor (Sustainable Agriculture) in the Department of Plant Sciences at North Dakota State University since 1994.
Dr. Carr received a Ph.D. in Crop and Soil Science from Montana State University (1989), a M.S. in Technology and Human Affairs from Washington University in St. Louis (1986), a M.S. in Natural Resources from Ball State University (1984), and a B.S. in Biology from St. Meinrad College (1982).
Prior to coming to Dickinson, Dr. Carr was a post-doctorate research associate at the Carrington Research Extension Center in Carrington, North Dakota. His work there focused on mixed cropping and alternative cropping systems.
Dr. Patrick Carr
1041 State Avenue
Dickinson, ND 58601
FAX: (701) 483-2005