Nutrient Management

The Iowa Nutrient Research Center at Iowa State University announces funding of over $1.4 million to support eleven new water quality and nutrient management projects for 2021-2022. Researchers from Agronomy are involved in four of the eleven projects.

Can adjustments to nitrogen rates reduce corn yield drag and disease implications following a cereal rye cover crop? (Licht, McDaniel, et al)

Continued assessment of corncobs as an alternative carbon source to enhance bioreactor performance for improved water quality (Archontoulis, et al)

The Iowa Nutrient Research Center at Iowa State University has funded 16 new water quality and nutrient management projects for 2019-2020.

“I am pleased to announce the latest round of projects represent more than $2.03 million in funding for water quality research,” said Matt Helmers, Iowa Nutrient Research Center director and professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering at Iowa State. “The new grants bring the total number of projects funded fully or partially by the center to 92, a total of more than $10.7 million invested in nutrient-related water quality research since 2013.”

John D Jones
Graduate Assistant-Teaching/Research
Dr. Antonio Mallarino
Research collaboration with the Agronomy Faculty in areas of Soil Science, Nutrient Management, Soybean Management, Precision Agriculture, Remote Sensing, and Predictive Analytics
Dr. Petro M Kyveryga
Affiliate Associate Professor
Dr. John E Sawyer
Professor
Dr. Antonio P Mallarino
Professor
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