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Andrew Lueck Presents M.S. Seminar

Andrew Lueck presented his Plant Sciences M.S. thesis, Environmental Conditions, Variety, and Application Timing Influence on S-metolachlor Sugarbeet Crop Safety, on Monday, April 17, 2017 at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND.
Andrew Lueck Presents M.S. Seminar

Andrew Lueck (left) with adviser Dr. Tom Peters

June 7, 2017

On Monday, April 17, 2017 Andrew Lueck presented his M.S. thesis, Environmental Conditions, Variety, and Application Timing Influence on S-metolachlor Sugarbeet Crop Safety. His research helped to determine a safe application rate of S-metolachlor herbicide on pre-emergent sugarbeet.

After receiving his Bachelor’s degree from NDSU, Lueck chose to continue his education with the Department of Plant Sciences due to the excellent faculty, staff, and strong community network.

Lueck interned in several capacities for Monsanto before working full time at NDSU as he completed his Master’s degree. He has future plans to work as an independently contracted researcher in the Midwest.

Lueck’s graduate committee consisted of Dr. Richard Zollinger, Dr. Kirk Howatt, Dr. Ted Helms, and Dr. Thomas DeSutter. He was advised by Dr. Thomas Peters.

Source: Andrew Lueck
Co-authors: Katherine Millette, Shannon Ueker

Editor: Shannon Ueker (, 701-231-7971)

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