Agronomy doctoral candidate intertwines human health and plant nutrition to improve food security

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Agronomy doctoral candidate intertwines human health and plant nutrition to improve food security
Friday, April 8, 2016

Agronomy doctoral candidate intertwines human health and plant nutrition to improve food security

To say doctoral candidate Zach Stewart has had a successful educational research experience at the University of Nebraska­â€“Lincoln would be an understatement. The crop physiology and production doctoral candidate just presented his dissertation on evaluating foliar micronutrient treatments as a tool to increase yields and biofortify (increase nutrient density) corn.

Read the full story in Agronomy and Horticulture News.
Agronomy doctoral candidate intertwines human health and plant nutrition to improve food security