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Crop Management

Program Team

  • Team Chairs: Dr. Mohamed Khan, Ryan Buetow, and Katelyn Hain
  • Design and Development Team Members

    Chris Augustin, Patrick Beauzay, Tim Becker, Lindy Berg, Mark Boetel, Anitha Chirumamilla, Greg Endres, Dan Folske,Dave Franzen, Andrew Friskop, Sheldon Gerhardt, Randy Grueneich, Ken Hellevang, Bill Hodous, Angie Johnson, Naeem Kalwar, Hans Kandel, Jan Knodel, Scott Knoke, Chandra Langseth, Sam Markell, Duaine Marxen, John Nowatzki, Thomas Peters, Joel Ransom, David Ripplinger, Andy Robinson, Tom Scherer, Alyssa Scheve, Rick Schmidt, Melissa Seykora, Andrew Thostenson, LoAyne Voigt, Abbey Wick, Michael Wunsch.
    • Increasing Salinity and Sodicity Awareness from Environmental and Economic Perspectives: Dr. Abbey Wick, Dr. Dave Ripplinger, Naeem Kalwar
    • Managing Soybean Cyst Nematodes: Dr. Sam Markell
    • Weed Management/Resistance: Dr. Tom Peters and Alicia Harstad. Subgroup Leaders: Implementation - Dr. Brian Jenks; Teach and Train: Shana Forster.  Team Members: Caleb Dalley, Duaine Marxen, Greg Endres, Andrew Thostenson


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Team Menu and Professional Development Opportunities
An overview of team signature programs, core programs, pilot programs and subject-matter professional development opportunities.
For a list of additional professional development opportunities, see the professional development chart.

Signature Programs
Program teams are asked to identify signature programs. A signature program is a comprehensive, team-based program that addresses a priority issue throughout the state and evaluates the program's impact on the learning, application, or effect with clientele. Criteria for signature programs include:

  • Involves collaborative effort between specialists and agents where agents have active delivery role (beyond hosting event)
  • Addresses priority issues
  • Offered in multiple locations in the state or targeted areas as appropriate (i.e., canola production areas)
  • Includes evaluation plan/tool at level 2-3-4 and provides data to produce an Impact Report posted at completion of program

Core Programs
Ongoing, established programs that may or may not have an evaluation component. These programs have already been evaluated as effective and proven their value.

Pilot Programs
List of programs currently being piloted by the team. Limited use by counties and still under development.

Packaged Programs

A list of powerpoints developed by specialists. Please contact the specialist listed behind each program to receive a powerpoint & one-on-one discussion.

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