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Edward Ernat

Student
Field Extension Education Lab Manager, Graduate Research Assistant
Area of Expertise: 
SDS, Agronomy, FEEL

Department of Agronomy

The Department of Agronomy at Iowa State University provides research-based educational programs in a variety of agronomic areas to support producers and agri-business professionals. Faculty and staff build the body of scientific knowledge including basic molecular-level discovery, field-oriented applied projects, and development of agricultural systems. The ultimate objective within the Department of Agronomy is to make crop production more efficient, more productive, and economically and environmentally sustainable.

Driving on a Frozen Lake: Agronomy on Ice

Show: 
I See Dead Plants
Season: 
1
Episode: 
9
Description: 

On this episode of the I See Dead Plants Podcast, host Ed Zaworski joins Plant Pathologist Dr. Andrew Friskop in a tour of the Agronomy on Ice event in Devils Lake, North Dakota. Dozens of trucks and trailers converge out on the 20+ inch thick ice of Devils Lake to create a fun environment where professionals from across the agronomic community can gather and discuss support for agriculture across the United States and Canada.

How to cite the podcast:

Zaworski, E. (Host), Friskop, A., Hanson, J., and Okke, K.(Interviewees). Driving on a Frozen Lake: Agronomy on Ice S1:E9 (Podcast). 03-11-22. In I See Dead Plants. Crop Protection Network. https://cropprotectionnetwork.org