Agronomy professor Ken Albrecht has been elected fellow of the American Society of Agronomy, as well as the Crop Science Society of America.
Albrecht is an expert on forage and pasture management and cropping systems. His program covers the management of grasses and legumes for hay and silage, as well as pasture management for dairy, beef and sheep. He also studies how to incorporate legume living mulch and cover crops into systems.
The American Society of Agronomy is the professional home for scientists dedicated to advancing the discipline of the agronomic sciences. Agronomy is highly integrative and employs the disciplines of soil and plant sciences to crop production, with the wise use of natural resources and conservation practices to produce food, feed, fuel, fiber, and pharmaceutical crops for our world’s growing population.
The Crop Science Society of America is the professional home for 5,500+ members dedicated to advancing the field of crop science. Society members are dedicated to the conservation and wise use of natural resources to produce food, feed, fiber, fuel, and pharmaceutical crops for our world’s growing population while maintaining and improving the environment.This entry was posted in Awards and honors and tagged agronomy by Nicole. Bookmark the permalink.