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Post-doctoral research associate: Integrated Pest Management in Organic Grain Systems
Purdue University is leading a newly funded USDA OREI (Organic Research and Extension Initiative) project on integrated pest management (IPM) in organic and ecologically intensified grain cropping systems. As part of this work, we are recruiting a post-doctoral scholar. The successful candidate will coordinate research quantifying the effects of varying cropping regimes upon arthropod diversity and pest management, including working with university partners at UW-Madison and Western Illinois University. This position plays a key role in a four-year, three-state study, that will compare the weed, disease and beneficial and pest insect populations impacting corn, soybeans and small grains under both a “standard” and “ecologically-intensified” organic grain rotation system. The latt

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