University of Kentucky College of Agriculture
 
 
 
JamesHerbek

James H. Herbek

Emeritus Faculty

 

Directions to University of Kentucky, Lexington, KYUniversity of Kentucky, PSS
Campus LocationResearch Education Center
1205 Hopkinsville St (Office:130)
Princeton, KY 42445-0469
Phone(270) 365-7541 ext. 205
Fax(270) 365-2667
Emailjherbek@uky.edu

 

Speciality
Grain Crops Specialist (Corn, Soybean and Small Grains Production)

Education
B.S., Agriculture, University of Nebraska, 1965

M.S., Agronomy, University of Nebraska, 1967

Ph.D., Agronomy, University of Illinois, 1970

Provide statewide leadership for the development and delivery of informaiton for the production and management of Kentucky's grain crops (corn, soybeans, small grains, grain sorghum, and canola). Conduct an applied research program to provide grain crop production and management informaiton and to support extension activities. Interact with grain crop commodity groups and agri-business.

1990 - Present
Extension Professor (grain crops)
Plant and Soil Sciences Department/Agronomy Dept., University of Kentucky

1975-1990
Associate Extension Professor (grain crops)
Agronomy Department, University of Kentucky

1970-1975
Assistant Extension Professor (grain crops)
Agronomy Department, University of Kentucky

Grain Crops

http://www.uky.edu/Ag/Grain Crops/

 

 

This person page last updated on 2013-12-19



Research/Teaching Publications

    Refereed Journal Articles

    Lee, C. D. and J. Herbek. 2012. Winter wheat yield response to wide rows varies by year in the southern Ohio River Valley. Crop Management. Published online: doi: 10.1094/CM-2012-1030-01-RS.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: James H. Herbek Chad Lee
    Diaz-Zorita, M., J.H. Grove, L. Murdock, J. Herbek, and E. Perfect. 2004. Soil structural disturbance effects on crop yields and soil properties in a no-till production system. Agronomy Journal 96:1651-1659.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: James H. Herbek John Grove

    Other Research Publications

    Murdock, L., J. H. Herbek, J. R. Martin, J. James, and D. Call. 2012. No-till wheat increases yields of corn and soybeans in the cropping rotation. 2010-2011 UK Wheat Science Research Reports, pgs 27-28.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: James H. Herbek John James James Martin Lloyd Murdock
    Murdock, L., J. H. Herbek, J. R. Martin, J. James, and D. Call. 2012. No-tilled vs tilled wheat (19 years)." 2010-2011 UK Wheat Science Research Reports, pgs 25-26.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: James H. Herbek John James James Martin Lloyd Murdock

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