Dr. Singh’s research, extension, and teaching program focuses on current and emerging issues in cropping systems of Michigan with an overall goal to improve the profitability and sustainability of these systems. Current research is focused on management practices such as planting density, precision planting, tillage systems, and plant-disease interactions in corn, soybean, and wheat based cropping systems. Additionally, Dr. Singh provides leadership to the Michigan corn hybrid testing program.
Published on August 24, 2021
Corn silage is rarely analyzed for mycotoxins, so contamination remains largely unnoticed. An MSU project aims to resolve this mycotoxin dilemma and help growers reduce possible losses. Growers can submit corn silage samples for free mycotoxin analysis.
Published on March 16, 2021
Senior Aaron Fahrner accepts employment offer based on internship experiences, interdisciplinary studies at MSU and his background in agriculture.
Published on February 9, 2021
The 2020 Michigan Corn Hybrids Compared has been published as the Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-431.
New Research and Posters
Published on February 1, 2021
Optimal Maturity Selection for Corn and Soybean Presentation. Jan 13, 2021, MABA Winter Conference