Dr. Harre is a Visiting Scholar in the Weed Science lab of Dr. Bryan Young and holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Southern Illinois University and Purdue University, respectively. His past research has identified specific weed removal timings in soybean to circumvent nutrient competition and grain yield loss, while also hastening nutrient cycling from decaying weed residues. He has also performed detailed investigations to better characterize glyphosate-resistant giant ragweed with the rapid response (aka, phoenix) phenotype. These include projects that have: documented the geographical spread over time in Indiana; identified antagonism of selective herbicides by glyphosate and potential management tactics to improve efficacy, and; explored a series of antioxidant enzymes partially responsible for this novel form of glyphosate resistance. Dr. Harre’s primary responsibilities for this appointment are data analysis and manuscript preparation of various research projects in the Weed Science program with the goal of disseminating findings via conference proceedings and peer-reviewed journals.
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