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  • Organic Agriculture

    Through educational programs and research, MSU Extension helps farmers build sustainable organic farms through strong integrated pest management and enhancing soil health.

  • Landscaping

    Whether you are a professional landscaper or homeowner, MSU Extension is your connection to the most trusted information on designing, installing and caring for the environments where we live and work.

  • Turf

    MSU Extension’s focus on turfgrass management brings together faculty, specialists, and educators who work with both professional turfgrass managers and homeowners in managing turfgrass in an environmentally responsible manner.

  • Field Crops

    MSU Extension provides research-based field crop production recommendations and resources. Assistance is accessible through educational programs, fact sheets, bulletins, articles, websites and individual contacts.

  • Floriculture & Greenhouse Crop Production

    MSU Extension’s floriculture educational and applied research programs help improve greenhouse crop production and business management by providing trusted information on new production techniques and management strategies.

  • Nursery & Christmas Trees

    MSU Extension’s programming for the nursery and Christmas tree industries utilizes field educators, campus-based specialists and researchers to provide educational programming.

  • Vegetables

    MSU Extension supports the vegetable industry with research and education on economic disease, insect and weed control, reduced input cultural practices, plant nutrition, irrigation, new technology and crop introduction.

  • Fruit & Nuts

    MSU Extension provides educational programs and publications based on applied research for Michigan fruit crops including apples, pears, blueberries, chestnuts, brambles, plums, cherries, grapes, peaches and strawberries.

  • John Rogers III, Ph.D.

    Professor, Turfgrass Research - Golf Course Renovations - Sports Turf and Golf Turf Management Programs; Turfgrass Research
    rogersj@msu.edu
    517-353-0136

  • Nikki Rothwell

    Fruit educator
    rothwel3@msu.edu
    231-946-1510

  • Sieglinde Snapp, Ph.D.

    Professor of Soils and Cropping Systems Ecology and Associate Director of the Center for Global Change and Earth Observations
    snapp@msu.edu
    517-282-5644

  • Lisa Tiemann, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor of Soil Biology - Soil ecology and biogeochemistry; mechanisms of soil organic matter formation and microbial controls on soil nitrogen cycling.
    ltiemann@msu.edu
    517-353-0487

  • Eric Olson, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor - Wheat Breeding and Genetics
    eolson@msu.edu
    517-353-0142

  • Patrick Edger

    Assistant Professor
    edgerpat@msu.edu
    765-749-1496

  • Rebecca Grumet

    Professor
    grumet@msu.edu
    517-353-0431

  • Amy Iezzoni

    Professor
    iezzoni@msu.edu
    517-353-0391

  • Eric Olson, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor - Wheat Breeding and Genetics
    eolson@msu.edu
    517-353-0142

  • Cholani Weebadde, PHD

    Assistant Professor - Plant Breeder for International Programs
    weebadde@msu.edu
    517-355-0159

  • Maninder Singh, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor of Cropping Systems Agronomy
    msingh@msu.edu
    517-353-0226

  • Mary Hausbeck, Ph.D.

    University Distinguished Professor and Extension Specialist
    hausbec1@msu.edu
    517-355-4534