Our lab focuses on assessing the ecological underpinnings of sustainable cropping systems and using this information to help producers improve the economic and environmental sustainability of their farming enterprise.

Research Projects

Cropland Weed Ecology and Management Laboratory's research aims at increasing our understanding on the ecological processes securing the environmental sustainability of cropping systems. To achieve this goal, we conduct experiments involving integrated crop-livestock systems, crop rotations, weed ecology and integrated management, and multi-trophic interactions.


The sustainability of agriculture depends as much on the natural resources required for production as it does on the stakeholders that manage those resources. We collaborate with agricultural professionals to develop and deliver research-based information on weed ecology and management. This information is available through Extension publications, presentations, workshops, and other activities.

Extension Faculty

Contact information for the scientists who are working with the Cropland Weed Ecology and Management Laboratory.


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