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Students Recognized at National Weed Science Meeting

NDSU Plant Sciences graduate students Amanda Crook and Theresa Reinhardt won awards for their presentations during the 2014 North Central Weed Science Society annual meeting in Minneapolis in December.

NDSU Plant Sciences graduate students Amanda Crook and Theresa Reinhardt were awarded first and second place, respectively, in student presentation contests during the 2014 North Central Weed Science Society (NCWSS) annual meeting in Minneapolis in December.

Crook, from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, took first place in the graduate student paper contest, Equipment and Application Methods division. Her paper is titled “Validation of immunoassay kit to detect glyphosate residue within Red Norland potato tubers”. Crook’s adviser is Dr. Harlene Hatterman-Valenti, professor and high value crops project leader.

Reinhardt, from Alhambra, Illinois, was awarded second place in the graduate student poster contest, Agronomic Crops division. Her poster is titled “Relating dicamba injury and residue to yield reduction in dry bean”. Reinhardt’s adviser is Dr. Rich Zollinger, NDSU professor and Extension weed specialist.

The NCWSS is comprised of weed science industry professionals from 15 U.S states and one Canadian province. The mission of the NCWSS is to “deliver research, education, and training to persons responsible for weeds and their management in land use systems.” For more information, visit http://ncwss.org/.

Author: Kamie Beeson, 701-231-7123, kamie.a.beeson@ndsu.edu
Editor: Karen Hertsgaard, 701-231-5384, karen.hertsgaard@ndsu.edu

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