Md Rasel Parvej

Title Assistant Professor
Department Macon Ridge Research Station
E-mail MRParvej@agcenter.lsu.edu
Address 1 212-A Macon Ridge Road
Winnsboro, LA 71295
Phone 318-435-2908
Fax 318-435-2902

  • Doctor of Philosophy – Crop, Soil, & Environmental Sciences (Soil Fertility/Plant Nutrition)
    (May 2012 – Dec. 2015)
    University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR.
  • Master of Science – Crop Botany (Crop Physiology/Ecology)
    (Jan. 2007 – Jun. 2009)
    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh.
  • Bachelor of Science (Honors) – Agriculture (Agronomy/Soil Science/Crop Protection/Genetics)
    (Jul. 2002 – Jun. 2006)
    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh.

  • Assistant Professor & Soil Fertility Specialist (Oct. 2019 – Present)
    Louisiana State University AgCenter, Scott Research & Extension Center, Winnsboro, LA.
  • Associate Professor (Dec. 2015 – Dec. 2019)
    Assistant Professor (Nov. 2010 – Dec. 2015)
    Lecturer (Nov. 2008 – Nov. 2010)A
    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Dept. of Seed Science and Technology, Bangladesh.
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate (Jul. 2018 – Sep. 2019)
    Iowa State University, Dept. of Agronomy, Ames, IA.
  • Senior Graduate Research Assistant (May 2012 – Dec. 2015)
    University of Arkansas, Dept. of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences, Fayetteville, AR.
  • Researcher (Jul. 2007 – Jun. 2008)
    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Dept. of Crop Botany, Bangladesh.
Associate Editor
  • Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management (Jan. 2021 – Present)

Membership

  • American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI (Nov. 2013 – Present)
  • Crop Science Society of America, Madison, WI (Nov. 2013 – Present)
  • Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI (Nov. 2013 – Present)
  • Louisiana Agricultural Consultants Association, Cheneyville, LA (Apr. 2020 – Present)
  • Louisiana County Agricultural Agents Association, Baton Rouge, LA (Apr. 2020 – Present)
  • National Association County Agricultural Agents, Maroa, IL (Apr. 2020 – Present)
  • Seed Science Society of Bangladesh, Mymensingh, Bangladesh (Feb. 2009 – Present)

Joint Secretary

  • Seed Science Society of Bangladesh, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. (Feb. 2011 – Feb. 2013)

Certified Crop Advisor

  • (CCA – 385120; AR, LA, & MS) (Sep. 19, 2018 – Present) American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI.

My research interest is to understand site-specific soil fertility, nutrient stratification and uptake dynamics, soil and tissue testing, crop sensing, soil management and environmental factors, and yield goals for improving nutrient management, increasing crop yield and profitability, and building resiliency in agriculture.

I have state-wide research and extension soil fertility responsibilities mainly for row crops such as corn, soybean, cotton, rice, and grain sorghum. I also help interpret soil-test results and provide fertilizer recommendations for horticulture crops. Some of my research responsibilities are to develop and/or update fertilizer recommendations, identify yield limiting factors, diagnose in-season nutrient deficiencies, develop best nutrient management practices, improve soil health, and reduce off-site fertilization impact by understanding site-specific soil fertility, nutrient stratification and uptake dynamics, soil and tissue testing, crop sensing, soil management and environmental factors, and yield goals. My routine extension responsibilities are to help producers, crop consultants, and extension agents understand soil sampling, testing, and interpretation of soil-test results, crop fertilization for maximizing crop yield and improving soil fertility based on different fertilization philosophies, tissue testing for diagnosing and correcting in-season nutritional deficiencies, 4R nutrient stewardship and adopting the best nutrient management practices, and building resiliency in agriculture.

Refereed Books/Book Chapters (n = 3; published)

  1. Licht, M.A., M.R. Parvej, and W. Pierson. 2020. Corn production. In: Hodgson, E.W., M.A. Licht, and A.J. Sisson, editors, Field crop production handbook: An introduction to farming practices. Iowa State University, Ames, IA. p. 11-20.
  2. Licht, M.A., M.R. Parvej, and W. Pierson. 2020. Soybean production. In: Hodgson, E.W., M.A. Licht, and A.J. Sisson, editors, Field crop production handbook: An introduction to farming practices. Iowa State University, Ames, IA. p. 21-28.
  3. Parvej, M.R. 2012. Tomato production under polyhouse climate: A technological advancement in Bangladesh. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken, Germany.

Dissertation/Thesis (n = 2; published)

  1. Parvej, M.R. 2015. Defining the potassium nutritional requirements and distribution among plant parts of representative soybean cultivars from different maturity groups. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Arkansas and UMI ProQuest.
  2. Parvej, M.R. 2009. Phenological development and late winter production potentials of tomato under polyhouse. M.S. Thesis. Bangladesh Agricultural University.

Refereed Management Guides/Fact Sheets (n = 2; published)

  1. Licht, M.A., M.R. Parvej, and M.E. Baum. 2019. Guide to Iowa corn planting. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Ames, IA. CROPR 3161.
  2. Parvej, M.R., and D.L. Holshouser. 2017. Predicting soybean reproductive stages in Virginia. Virginia Coop. Ext., Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. CEES-197P.

Refereed Journal Articles (n = 4; under review/in progress; *corresponding author)

  1. Parvej, M.R.*, and M.A. Licht. 2020. Impact of soybean defoliation on canopy recovery, yield, and seed quality. Crop Science (in progress).
  2. Parvej, M.R.*, and D.L. Holshouser. 2020. A review of double-crop soybean production system in the United States. Agronomy Journal (in progress).
  3. Parvej, M.R.*, and D.L. Holshouser. 2020. Optimal soybean relative maturity may not be related to latitude and longitude. Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management (in progress).
  4. Parvej, M.R.*, and D.L. Holshouser. 2020. Soybean variety selection for different yielding environments in Virginia. Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management (in progress).

Refereed Journal Articles (n = 19; published; *corresponding author)

  1. Parvej, M.R.*, D.L. Holshouser, R.J. Kratochvil, C. Whaley, J. Dunphy, G.W. Roth, and G.S. Faé. 2020. Early high-moisture wheat harvest improves double-cropping system: I. Wheat yield and quality. Crop Science 2020:2633-2649. doi.org/10.1002/csc2.20172
  2. Parvej, M.R.*, D.L. Holshouser, R.J. Kratochvil, C. Whaley, J. Dunphy, G.W. Roth, and G.S. Faé. 2020. Early high-moisture wheat harvest improves double-cropping system: II. Soybean growth and yield. Crop Science 2020:2650-2666. doi.org/10.1002/csc2.20174
  3. Parvej, M.R.*, C. Hurburgh, M. Hanna, and M.A. Licht. 2020. Dynamics of corn dry matter content and grain quality after reaching physiological maturity. Agronomy Journal 2020:1-14. doi:10.1002/agj2.20042
  4. Licht, M.A., M.R. Parvej, and E.E. Wright. 2019. Corn yield response to row spacing and plant population in Iowa. Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management 5:1-7. doi:10.2134/cftm2019.05.0032 (Awarded 2020 Outstanding Paper in the Crop Management Section for Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management)
  5. Hansel, D.S.S., R.A. Schwalbert, D.E. Shoup, D.L. Holshouser, R. Parvej, P.V. Vara Prasad, and I.A. Ciampitti. 2019. A review of soybean yield when double-cropped after wheat. Agronomy Journal 111:677-685. doi:10.2134/agronj2018.06.0371
  6. Parvej, M.R.*, A.S. Williams, D.L. Holshouser, W.H. Frame, and M.S. Reiter. 2018. Double-Crop Soybean Response to Potassium on Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain and Piedmont Soils. Agronomy Journal 110:399-410. doi:10.2134/agronj2017.07.0397
  7. Williams, A.S., M.R. Parvej*, D.L. Holshouser, W.H. Frame, and M.S. Reiter. 2018. Correlation and calibration of soil-test potassium from different soil depths for full-season soybean on coarse-textured soils. Agronomy Journal 110:369-379.
    doi:10.2134/agronj2017.06.0344
  8. Williams, A.S., M.R. Parvej*, D.L. Holshouser, W.H. Frame, and M.S. Reiter. 2017. Correlation of field-moist, oven-dry, and air-dry soil potassium for Mid-Atlantic USA soybean. Soil Science Society of America Journal 81:1586-1594.
    doi:10.2136/sssaj2016.10.0324
  9. Parvej, M.R.*, N.A. Slaton, L.C. Purcell, and T.L. Roberts. 2016. Critical trifoliolate leaf and petiole potassium concentrations during the reproductive stages of soybean. Agronomy Journal 108:2502-2518. doi:10.2134/agronj2016.04.0234
  10. Parvej, M.R.*, N.A. Slaton, M.S. Fryer, T.L. Roberts, and L.C. Purcell. 2016. Postseason diagnosis of potassium deficiency in soybean using seed potassium concentration. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80:1231-1243. doi:10.2136/sssaj2016.02.0030
  11. Parvej, M.R.*, N.A. Slaton, L.C. Purcell, and T.L. Roberts. 2016. Soybean yield components and seed potassium concentration responses among nodes to potassium fertility. Agronomy Journal 108:854-863. doi:10.2134/agronj2015.0353
  12. Parvej, M.R.*, N.A. Slaton, L.C. Purcell, and T.L. Roberts. 2015. Potassium fertility effects yield components and seed potassium concentration of determinate and indeterminate soybean. Agronomy Journal 107:943-950. doi:10.2134/agronj14.0464
  13. Parvej, M.R.*, M.A.H. Khan, and M.A. Awal. 2010. Phenological development and production potentials of tomato under polyhouse climate. The Journal of Agricultural Sciences 5:19-31. doi: 10.4038/jas.v5i1.2329
  14. Khan, M.A.H., and M.R. Parvej*. 2010. Impact of conservation tillage under organic mulches on the reproductive efficacy and yield of quality protein maize. The Journal of Agricultural Sciences 5:52-63. doi: 10.4038/jas.v5i2.2782
  15. Khan, M.A.H., and M.R. Parvej*. 2010. Morpho-physiological attributes and dry matter accumulation of quality protein maize as influenced by conservation tillage under different indigenous mulches. International Journal of Eco-toxicology and Agricultural Technology 1:9-18.
  16. Sarkar, M.A.R., M.R. Parvej*, and K.R. Das. 2010. Effect of depth of transplanting and plant spacing on the growth and yield of aus rice. Bangladesh Journal of Seed Science and Technology 14:51-55.
  17. Sarkar, M.A.R., M.R. Parvej*, and N.K. Pramanik. 2010. Effect of different levels of phosphorus and irrigation at different growth stages on the yield of groundnut. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science 18:95-98.
  18. Rahman, M.M., M.A. Awal, A. Amin, and M.R. Parvej. 2009. Compatibility, growth and production potentials of mustard/lentil intercrops. International Journal of Botany 5:100-106.
  19. Amin, A., M.A. Awal, and M.R. Parvej. 2008. Variation in growth parameters and partitioning of dry matter in sesame varieties. Bangladesh Journal of Crop Science 19:151-159.

Extension Articles (n = 20; published)

  1. Copes, J., R. Parvej, J. Hendrix, L. Fultz, S. Dodla, and N. Adusumilli. 2020. Winter cover crops: Benefits and planning strategies for cover crop success. Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(8).
  2. Parvej, R., B. Tubana, and J. Wang. 2020. Soil pH, liming, and liming materials. Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(7).
  3. Parvej, R., B. Tubana, and J. Wang. 2020. Soil-test-based fertilizer recommendations and fertilizer application. Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(7).
  4. Parvej, R., B. Tubana, and J. Wang. 2020. Soil sampling and testing. Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(7).
  5. Parvej, R., B. Tubana, J. Copes, and S. Dodla. 2020. Petiole sampling for in-season nitrogen management in cotton. Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(6).
  6. Parvej, R., D. Moseley, J. Copes, and S. Dodla. 2020. Management of in-season potassium deficiency in soybean. Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(5).
  7. Parvej, R., D. Fromme, J. Copes, and S. Dodla. 2020. Should you apply pre-tassel nitrogen in corn? Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(4).
  8. Moseley, D., and R. Parvej. 2020. Nitrogen fixation in soybean. Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(4).
  9. Copes, J., R. Parvej, S. Dodla, and D. Fromme. 2020. Should you apply an in-furrow starter fertilizer to corn? Louisiana Crops Newsletter. Louisiana State University AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. 10(1).
  10. Fryer, M.S., N.A. Slaton, T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, R.J. Dempsey, M.R. Parvej, J. Hedge, and S. Hayes. 2015. Validation of soil-test based fertilizer recommendations for irrigated soybean. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2014. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 624:37-40.
  11. Parvej, M.R., N.A. Slaton, T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, R.J. Dempsey, and M.S. Fryer. 2015. Potassium uptake and partitioning in determinate and indeterminate soybean genotypes differing in maturity group. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2014. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 624:50-59.
  12. Parvej, M.R., N.A. Slaton, T.L. Roberts, and R.E. DeLong. 2015. Potassium deficiency effects on nodal seed yield and potassium concentration of determinate and indeterminate soybean. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2014. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 624:56-59.
  13. Slaton, N.A., R.E. DeLong, T.L. Roberts, J. Ross, M.S. Fryer, M.R. Parvej, R.J. Dempsey, J. Hedge, and S. Hayes. 2015. Soybean yield as affected by chloride rate and cultivar chloride includer/excluder rating. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2014. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 624:63-68.
  14. Parvej, M.R., N.A. Slaton, T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, C.G. Massey, R.J. Dempsey, and M.S. Fryer. 2014. Dry matter and potassium accumulation and partitioning in determinate and indeterminate soybean varieties. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2034. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 616:34-42.
  15. Parvej, M.R., N.A. Slaton, T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, and C.G. Massey. 2014. Nodal seed yield and potassium concentration as affected by variety and long-term potassium fertilization. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2013. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 616:43-47.
  16. Slaton, N.A., T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, C.G. Massey, M.R. Parvej, R.J. Dempsey, M.S. Fryer and S. Hayes. 2014. Corn yield response to nitrogen source and time of application. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2013. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 616:48-51.
  17. Slaton, N.A., T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, C.G. Massey, M.R. Parvej, R.J. Dempsey, M.S. Fryer, J. Hedge, and S. Hayes. 2014. Corn yield response to nitrogen source, time of application, and/or placement. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2013. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 616:52-56.
  18. Slaton, N.A., T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, C.G. Massey, M.R. Parvej, R.J. Dempsey, M.S. Fryer, and S. Hayes. 2014. Corn yield response to nitrogen fertilization strategies with and without a pretassel nitrogen application. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2013. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 616:57-59.
  19. Slaton, N.A., M.S. Fryer, T.L. Roberts, R.E. DeLong, R.J. Dempsey, M.R. Parvej, J. Hedge, and C.G. Massey. 2014. Validation of soil-test based fertilizer recommendations for irrigated soybean. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2013. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 616:68-71.
  20. Slaton, N.A., R.E. DeLong, T.L. Roberts, M.R. Parvej, R.J. Dempsey, J.A. Hedge, and J.B. Shafer. 2014. Wheat yield response to phosphorus fertilization on soils with optimal phosphorus levels. In: N.A. Slaton, editor, W.E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2013. Univ. Arkansas Agri. Exp. Stn. Res. Ser. 616:78-80.

PI (Total $258,664)

  • Reevaluation of phosphorus and potassium fertility at different soil depths for soybean production in Louisiana. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2022. $63,000.
  • Evaluation of commercial foliar fertilizers for corn and soybean production in Louisiana. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2022. $60,000.
  • Evaluation of agronomic production practices on corn and soybean yields. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2021 – Mar. 2022. $30,000.
  • Evaluation of commercial foliar fertilizers for cotton production in Louisiana. Cotton Incorporated, Louisiana State Support Committee. Jan. 2020 – Dec. 2021. $15,500.
  • Increasing profitability of small grain-soybean double-crop systems in the mid-Atlantic U.S. to improve soil health and minimize off-site impacts. Delmarva Land Grant Inst. Coop. Research Seed Funding Program. Apr. 2017 – Mar. 2019. $29,933.
  • Increasing yield and profitability for mid-Atlantic double-crop soybean. Virginia Soybean Board. Apr. 2017 – Jun. 2018. $34,156.
  • Increasing yields and profitability for Mid-Atlantic double-crop soybean. Virginia Soybean Board. Apr. 2016 – Jun. 2017. $26,075.

Co- PI (Total $272,442)

  • Soybean yield components and seed nutrient concentration responses among nodes to phosphorus fertility. Mid-South Soybean Board. Apr. 2021 - Mar. 2021. $47,137.
  • Evaluation of Mature Seed Damage Resistance, Fertilizer Inputs, and Planting Practices to Increase Soybean Yield and Profits in Louisiana. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2021 – Mar. 2022. $20,000.
  • Evaluation of phosphorus and potassium applications to commercial corn fields in northeast Louisiana. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2022. $40,000.
  • Sulfur fertilization updates: Application rates, sources, and potential of biostimulant. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2021. $55,500.
  • Evaluation of agronomic production practices on corn and soybean yields. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2021. $30,000.
  • Evaluation of micronutrient fertility to increase corn yields in Louisiana. Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2021. $40,000.
  • Increasing profitability for Virginia's double crop wheat-soybean system. Virginia Agricultural Council. Jul. 2017 – Jun. 2018. $20,093.
  • Increasing yields and profitability for mid-Atlantic double-crop soybean. North Carolina Soybean Producers Association. Apr. 2017 – Mar. 2018. $9,212.
  • Increasing yields and profitability of double-crop soybean. University of Delaware. Mar. 2017 – Feb. 2018. $4,882.
  • Increasing yields and profitability for mid-Atlantic double-crop soybean. Pennsylvania Soybean Board. Feb. 2017 – Mar. 2018. $5,618.

Project Manager (Total $710,622)

  • Corn and soybean seed and foliar nutritional field testing. Cytozyme. May 2019 – Apr. 2020. $21,400.
  • Corn schist-based in-furrow and foliar nutritional field testing. MicroXisto. May 2019 – Apr. 2020. $35,000.
  • Stand reduction and green snap for corn. National Crop Insurance Services. May 2019 – Apr. 2020. $12,000.
  • Improving cereal rye cover crop BMPs to increase adoption of cover crops by Iowa farmers. Iowa Nutrient Research Center. Jul. 2018 – Jun. 2020. $340,621.
  • Corn management following cereal rye cover crop with strip tillage and in-row starter N fertilization. Iowa Nutrient Research Center. Jul. 2018 – Jun. 2020. $114,822.
  • Evaluating the effect of Anabaena and bio-fertilizer on corn growth and development in a control environment. Algenol Biotech LLC. Jul. 2018 – Jun. 2019. $35,696.
  • Soybean defoliation at R4 and R5: Canopy recovery and effects on yield and quality. National Crop Insurance Services. Jul. 2016 – Jun. 2019. $30,000.
  • Development of a new and improved soybean staging system for soybean. Virginia Soybean Board. Apr. 2017 – Jun. 2018. $20,000.
  • Increasing yields and profitability for Mid-Atlantic double-crop soybean. United Soybean Board. Oct. 2015 – Dec. 2016. $101,083.

Industry Support (PI)

Financial (Total $36,981)

  • Evaluation of foliar bioscience and nutritionals for yield enhancement in soybean. Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2021. $4,200.
  • Effect of bio huma netics on soybean yield. Huma Gro. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2021. $3,000.
  • Evaluation of micronutrients for yield enhancement in corn, cotton, and soybean. Earth Science Laboratories. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2021. $7,500.
  • Evaluation of foliar fertilizers for yield enhancement in corn, cotton, and soybean. Nachurs. Apr. 2020 – Mar. 2021. $$$$.
  • Soybean, corn, cotton, and grain sorghum official variety testing (OVT). Seed Companies. Jan. 2020 – Dec. 2020. $22,281.

In-kind

  • Koch Industries Inc. Provided foliar nitrogen fertilizer (Nitamin). 2020.
  • Ouachita Fertilizer Company. Provided foliar nutrient products. 2020.
  • Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC. Provided foliar nutrient products. 2020.
  • Nutrien. Provided foliar nutrient products (LoKomotive). 2020.
  • Nachurs. Provided foliar nutrient products. 2020.
  • Earth Science Laboratories. Provided foliar zinc and manganese fertilizers. 2020.

Travel Grants (Total $3,000)

  • 2015 ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Annual Meeting. Nov. 15-18. Minneapolis, MN. Graduate School and International Education, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. $1,000.
  • 2014 ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Annual Meeting. Nov. 2-5. Long Beach, CA. Graduate School and International Education, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. $1,000.
  • 2014 ASA Southern Branch Annual Meeting. Feb. 2-4. Dallas, TX. Graduate School and International Education, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. $1,000.

  • 2020 Outstanding Paper in the Crop Management Section for Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management “Licht, M.A., M.R. Parvej, and E.E. Wright. 2019. Corn yield response to row spacing and plant population in Iowa. Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management 5:1-7. doi:10.2134/cftm2019.05.0032”.
  • 1st Place. Poster Presentation. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 2015.
  • 1st Place. Oral Presentation. ASA Southern Branch Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. Feb. 2015.
  • 1st Place. Poster Presentation. ASA Southern Branch Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. Feb. 2015.
  • 1st Place. Oral Presentation. ASA Southern Branch Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX. Feb. 2014.
  • 2nd Place. Oral Presentation. Gamma Sigma Delta Meeting, Fayetteville, AR. Mar. 2014.
  • 5th Place. Oral Presentation. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2014.
  • NSICT Fellowship. Ministry of Science and Information & Communication Technology, Bangladesh. Jul. 2008 – May 2009.
  • Graduate Research Scholarship. Dep. of Crop Botany, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh. Jan. 2007 – Jun. 2008.
  • Undergraduate Scholarship. Faculty of Agriculture, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh. Jul. 2002 – Jun. 2006.

  • Adam Easterling – Research Associate
  • Emily Dean – MS Student

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