Corteva has joined the Iowa Soybean Research Center at Iowa State University as an industry partner. In this role, Corteva will have a seat on the ISRC’s industry advisory council, which provides recommendations on research priorities.
“It is wonderful to welcome Corteva as an industry partner with the center. We greatly appreciate their support of the center and our research activities,” said Greg Tylka, director of the Iowa Soybean Research Center and a professor of plant pathology and microbiology at Iowa State.
“As a long-time industry leader in soybean production research, they will provide valuable perspective and advice to the center and its activities,” said Tylka.
Emily Putze is a recent 2017 graduate of the Agronomy Department. She is currently located in Nebraska as an Associate Territory Manager at Corteva Agriscience, formerly known as Dow/DuPont Pioneer. Her main job duties include working with local retailers to help positions Corteva chemical products to growers. Emily trains retailers and growers on how certain products are used so that growers can get the best experience possible when using the products. She makes smart decisions to protect the environment while at the same time, still helping farmers succeed in the fight against weeds and pests. Emily uses her agronomic knowledge to diagnose problems in the field and then, with that knowledge, she is able to determine what means are needed to be taken in order to control it.