Education and Research Experience
- 2020-2022 – Postdoctoral Fellow, The University of British Columbia, Wine Research Center
- 2020 – Ph.D., Michigan State University, Department of Horticulture
- 50% Research
- 35% Extension
- 15% Teaching
My lab investigates best practices for berry crop production systems, environmental physiology of berry crops, and plant growth regulator use in berry crops using physiology and metabolomics techniques.
My extension program concerns the production and management of berry crops, with an emphasis on research-based recommendations for blueberry management. Research findings from my lab are disseminated to industry stakeholders though talks, extension bulletins, extension events, and trade magazine articles. I work closely with other members of the MSU blueberry extension team to coordinate extension events and meetings, and provide talks to state and national conferences/meetings and associations.
- HRT 336: Berry Crops Physiology and Production (3 credits)
All publications can be found via Google Scholar
Daniel Dick, M.S. student (2022-current)
Prospective Students and Post-doctoral Researchers
Prospective undergraduate or graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, or visiting scholars and scientists are encouraged to contact me with your interests.