WSU looks to fill key dryland research position by end of year

From the Capital Press

As a dryland cropping systems agronomist in western Nebraska for 22 years, Drew Lyon used to read Bill Schillinger’s research papers.

“While he was kind of dealing with similar stuff, the Pacific Northwest is just different because of the rainfall patterns and the soil situations,” Lyon recalled. “It was always interesting to me because sometimes they lined up to what I was doing in the Great Plains and sometimes they didn’t.” Read the rest of the article here.