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Aug 222012
 

Don MorishitaExtension Weed Scientist and Professor
Superintendent, Kimberly R&E Center
Manager, Twin Falls R&E Center
(208) 423-6616(208) 423-6616 or (208) 736-3616(208) 736-3616
don@uidaho.edu
more info

Expertise:

  • Integrated weed management in sugar beet and small-grain cropping systems
  • Competition and weed biology in sugar beet and small-grain cropping systems
  • Herbicide use, mode of action and resistance
  • Weed identification

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Aug 222012
 

Linda BrandonManagement Assistant 1
(208) 736-3603(208) 736-3603
lbrandon@uidaho.edu

 
Provides administrative support to:

  • Charlotte Eberlein, University of Idaho Extension
  • Amanda Gearhart, Extension Range Management Specialist
  • Amanda Moore-Kriwox, Program Coordinator, Ag Science and Technology Degree
  • Don Morishita, Extension Weed Scientist
  • Nora Olsen, Potato Specialist
  • Erik Wenninger, Extension Entomologist
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Aug 222012
 

Charlotte EberleinDirector, University of Idaho Extension
Associate Vice President for University of Idaho Extension
Associate Dean, College of Agricultural & Life Sciences
(208) 736-3603(208) 736-3603
ceberl@uidaho.edu

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Aug 222012
 

Mireille ChahineExtension Dairy Specialist and Associate Professor
(208) 736-3609
mchahine@uidaho.edu
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Expertise:

  • Milk Quality
  • Personnel training and management (Spanish & English)
  • Dairy production management
  • Dairy cow nutrition
  • Milking management

Links:

 August 22, 2012  Posted by
 

benton glazeExtension Beef Cattle Specialist and Associate Professor
(208) 736-3638
bglaze@uidaho.edu
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Expertise:

  • Beef cattle production and management
  • Beef cattle breeding and genetics
  • Beef cattle reproduction
  • Beef quality assurance

Links:

 August 22, 2012  Posted by
Aug 222012
 

District Extension Economist and Extension Professor
(208) 736-3622(208) 736-3622
wgray@uidaho.edu
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Expertise:

  • Farm Business Management
  • FINPACK financial analysis
  • Livestock situation & outlook
  • Management intensive Grazing
  • Managerial use of technology and information access for decision making

Links:

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Aug 222012
 

amber mooreExtension Soils Specialist and Assistant Professor
(208) 736-3629(208) 736-3629
amberm@uidaho.edu
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Expertise:

  • Nutrient movement through soil, water, and plants
  • Animal waste applications to potatoes, sugarbeets, and corn
  • Biofuel byproducts as nutrient sources
  • Managing nutrients in certified organic systems

Links:

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Aug 222012
 

Nora OlsenExtension Potato Specialist & Associate Extension Professor
(208) 736-3621(208) 736-3621
norao@uidaho.edu
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Expertise:

  • Potato storage management
  • Seed potato quality and performance
  • Potato production management

Links:

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Kathy GarofanoAdministrative Assistant 1
(208) 736-3600(208) 736-3600
garofano@uidaho.edu

 

Provides administrative support to the following faculty and their support staff:

  • Mireille Chahine, Extension Dairy Specialist
  • Lide Chen, Extension Waste Management Engineer and Assistant Professor
  • J. Benton Glaze, Jr., Extension Beef Cattle Specialist
  • C. Wilson Gray, District Extension Economist
  • Mike Kemper, Farm Assistant, Minor Use Pesticide Program
  • Will Meeks, Minor Use Pesticide Specialist
  • Ron Roemer, Scientific Aide, Sr., Forages
  • Glenn Shewmaker, Extension Forage Specialist
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Aug 222012
 

Megan SatterwhiteScientific Aide 2, Soils
(208) 736-3634
msatterwhite@uidaho.edu

 

 

Expertise:

  • Lab research
  • Field Research
 August 22, 2012  Posted by
Aug 222012
 

Mike KemperFarm Assistant, Minor Use Pesticide Program
(208) 736-3618(208) 736-3618
mkemper@uidaho.edu

 

 

Links:

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Sep 102012
 

Will MeeksMinor Use Pesticide Specialist
(208) 736-3630
wmeeks@uidaho.edu

 

 

Expertise:

  • Establish registration and minor pesticide use priorities
  • Develop and follow GLP’s, SOP’s, and a Quality Assurance program
  • Plan and establish pesticide residue plots, collect data and samples, and ship samples to appropriate analytical laboratories
  • Analyze data
  • Work with and inform commodity groups and agricultural chemical industry representatives
 September 10, 2012  Posted by
Sep 102012
 

LIde ChenExtension Waste Management Engineer and Assistant Professor
(208) 736-3615
lchen@uidaho.edu

 

 

Expertise

  • Value-added products from agricultural wastes
  • Advanced technologies to treat animal manure for nutrient management, odor control, and bioenergy
  • Air quality
  • Data acquisition and control system development
  • Development, improvement, and application of various waste treatment techniques
  • Extension education

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 September 10, 2012  Posted by
Sep 102012
 

Amanda Gearhart Rangeland Extension Specialist
(208) 736-3610 cell (701) 320-8420
amandag@uidaho.edu

 

 

Expertise:

  • Rangeland Management
  • Geospatial Technologies (GPS, GIS, Remote Sensing)
  • Rangeland Monitoring
  • Grazing
  • Habitat

Links:

 September 10, 2012  Posted by
Aug 312012
 

Amanda Moore-KriwoxProgram Specialist
(208) 736-3624
akriwox@uidaho.edu

 

 

Expertise:

Since the fall of 1994, the University of Idaho and the College of Southern Idaho have worked together to offer a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture entirely in Twin Falls! The Twin Falls major is Agricultural Science, Communication & Leadership (ASCL). This cooperative 2+2 program builds on CSI’s Associate of Arts degree in Agriculture. Its flexibility enables students to get the additional education they need to advance their current careers, to apply professional management to their current job, or to simply begin a new career in agriculture. Courses are available in agricultural education; agricultural systems management; animal and veterinary science; family and consumer science; and plant, soil and entomological science. The courses are delivered through live instruction, DVD/video, videoconferencing, and online.

The on-site coordinator provides assistance with:

  • counseling and advising students
  • registration and financial aid procedures
  • on-site facilitation and scheduling of courses
  • recruitment and program promotion
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