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Multiple PhD Openings at the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University
Multiple PhD GRAs are available at TAMU, College Station. The focus areas include digital Agronomy/Weed Science, with emphasis on computer vision and robotics for weed recognition and site-specific management; developing organic weed management and production practices in grain sorghum/cotton cropping systems; understanding gene flow between grain sorghum and weedy relatives (johnsongrass, shattercane), co-advised with Dr. William Rooney (Sorghum Breeding); surveys to determine herbicide resistance and molecular mechanisms in dominant weeds in Texas row-crop production, co-advised with Dr. Nithya Subramanian (Weed Molecular Physiology). Successful candidates will have ample opportunities for participation in professional development activities and collaborate with other scientists at th


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