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Caleb Dalley, Hettinger Research Extension Center research weed scientist for western North Dakota. Caleb Dalley, Hettinger Research Extension Center research weed scientist for western North Dakota.

Caleb Dalley has joined the North Dakota State University Hettinger Research Extension Center as a research weed scientist for western North Dakota.

“Dalley’s focus at the Hettinger REC will be to build a new research program evaluating herbicide efficacy, weed control in crops and rangelands, and cultural weed control practices,” says Chris Schauer, Hettinger REC director. “A secondary emphasis will be placed on collaboration with NDSU scientists on the impacts of tillage and dryland crop sequencing on weed populations.”

Dalley earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in plant science from Utah State University. He received his Ph.D. in crop and soil sciences from Michigan State University.

His work at Michigan State focused on weed control in glyphosate-resistant corn and soybeans.

Prior to coming to NDSU, Dalley spent 10 years as an agronomist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service Sugarcane Research Unit in Houma, La.

While with the unit, Dalley’s research focused on evaluating weed management in sugar cane.


NDSU Agriculture Communication – Aug. 5, 2014

Source:Chris Schauer, (701) 567-4323, christopher.schauer@ndsu.edu
Editor:Rich Mattern, (701) 231-6136, richard.mattern@ndsu.edu
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