Mark Lundy

Mark Lundy

Assistant Professor of Extension at UC Davis

Dr. Lundy's research group works at the interface of the farming community, public and private research enterprises, and the state's regulatory and policy communities. They strive to provide objective, science-based information, solve practical problems and innovate for the public good. Their research focuses on grain cropping systems, where they leverage existing knowledge and emerging technology to solve practical problems, produce outcomes that inform both production and environmental concerns, and communicate these outcomes in farmer-accessible formats as well as to the broader scientific community. An example of their research work is the use of high-throughput proximal sensing measurements to inform nitrogen management and quantify genotype x environment x management interactions in wheat and other small grains. Their extension work includes hosting annual meetings and field days throughout the state and developing interactive web-based decision support tools that enable site-specific variety selection for small grains in the state of California.

Sessions
UC Dairy Series, Session 4: Water-wise dairying
Wednesday, February 9 2:00 PM - 2:55 PM PST