Dr. Romulo Lollato
Assistant Professor, Extension Wheat and Forages Specialist, Agronomy
Kansas State University
Dr. Romulo Lollato’s research and extension efforts are focused on management practices to improve wheat and forages enterprise productivity and profitability, minimizing the gap between current and potential yields. His research efforts focus on maximizing wheat productivity. He conducts research on the effects of diverse inputs on wheat yields under standard and intensive management as well as projects quantifying the genotype x management x environment interaction in wheat yields. Dr. Lollato is also researching the effects of wheat grazing on dual-purpose wheat production, looking at both varietal differences in forage production and timing of first hollow stem occurrence and wheat grain yield as affected by variety and production system (dual-purpose versus grain-only), among other applied research projects.
This webinar will be useful to anyone looking for more information on wheat grazing systems. In this presentation you will learn about:
Managing Grazing Timing and Intensity in Dual-Purpose Wheat Systems
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