This is a list of corn faculty of the LSU AgCenter by area of responsibility. Specific questions about corn can be directed to them on the basis of subject matter.Click here for a list of County Agents: Corn County Agents by Parish
Ronald Levy, Ph.D.Extension AgronomistFor general questions about all aspects of corn production and pest management.Rob FergusonExtension AssociateFor general questions about all aspects of corn production and pest management.Jim ShippExtension AssociateFor general questions about all aspects of corn production and pest management.Jack Baldwin, Ph.D.Extension EntomologistFor questions about corn insects and their management.Roberto Barbosa, Ph.D.Extension Ag EngineerFor questions about pesticide application, nozzle selection and variable rate application.Kurt Guidry, Ph.D.Extension Ag EconomistFor questions about marketing, budgets and price.Clayton Hollier, Ph.D.Extension Plant PathologistFor questions about diseases and disease management in corn.Fangneng Huang, Ph.D.EntomologistFor questions about insect research and management.Roger Leonard, Ph.D.EntomologistFor questions about insect research and management.H.J. “Rick” Mascagni, Ph.D.AgronomistFor general questions about corn production and hybrid selection.Charles Overstreet, Ph.D.NematologyFor questions about nematodes in all agronomic crops.Boyd Padgett, Ph.D.Plant PathologistFor questions about diseases and disease management in corn.J Stevens, M.S.Extension Soil ScientistFor questions about corn fertility, soils and soils management.Daniel Stephenson, Ph.D.Weed ScientistFor questions about herbicides and weed management in cornJim Wang, Ph.D.Soil ScientistFor questions about soil testing, plant analysis and soil chemistry.Bill Williams, Ph.D.Extension Weed ScientistFor questions about weed management in corn.
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