DR RICHARD CRUSE - PROFESSOR IN AGRONOMY

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Address: 3212-Agronomy Hall

Iowa State University

tel: 515-294-7850

email: rmc@iastate.edu

 
 

CURRENT RESEARCH
  • Iowa Erosion Project -Estimations of water runoff and soil erosion losses for each day and for each township in Iowa – Several cooperators across campus, University of Iowa, The National Soil Tilth Laboratory, and The National Soil Erosion Laboratory. Click here for a short summary
  • Determining the effect of tillage systems on optimum planting date for corn and soybeans and evaluating these effects on corn and soybean yield – Mario Perez-Bidegain. Click here for a short summary
  • Estimating crop biomass removal (for energy production) effects on soil organic matter content – Krisztina Eleki
  • Determining tractor tire design impacts on corn yield – Brian Gelder
  • Designing and developing a water runoff and soil erosion collection system for small plots and natural rainfall events – Hillary Owen. Click here for a short summary

CURRENT TEACHING

CURRENT INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Hungary

  • 2000-present. Annually teach at Karoly Robert College, Gyongyos, Hungary (Formerly: St. Istvan University, College of Agriculture, Gyongyos, Hungary)
  • 2002-2004. Co-advising Zsolt Gemesi, St. Istvan University, Gyongyos, Hungary, BS program for thesis development.

Webmaster: Krisztina Eleki (keleki@iastate.edu)

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