Nathan Mueller

nathan.mueller@unl.edu
 

Nathan serves as the Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems and Agricultural Technologies Educator from Fremont, NE. He provides local agronomic support for Dodge and Washington County. After growing up on the family dairy farm 15 miles northeast of Fremont, he earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in agronomy from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a PhD in agronomy from Kansas State University. His master’s degree focused on sediment and phosphorus movement in agricultural watersheds. After that, he worked for the Indiana State Department of Agriculture – Soil Conservation Division for two years while his wife attended Purdue University in West Lafayette. He  moved to Manhattan, KS where he worked on my PhD at Kansas State University in the Department of Agronomy. His doctoral research was on the nitrogen use of winter annual weeds in no-till corn systems and his second research project was on liquid starter and foliar micronutrient fertilizers for high yield irrigated corn and soybeans. Prior to moving back to Nebraska, he was an assistant professor at South Dakota State University from 2012-2014 serving as the state extension agronomist in Brooking, SD. Nathan is also a Certified Crop Adviser in Nebraska. Find Nathan on Twitter



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