R. Dewey Lee

NAME R. Dewey Lee
TITLE Professor and Extension Agronomist-Grains
DEPARTMENT Crop and Soil Sciences
PHONE 229-386-3432
FAX 229-386-7308
ADDRESS 4604 Research Way, Horticulture Bdg.
P.O. Box 748
University of Georgia
Tifton, Georgia 31793
EMAIL deweylee@uga.edu
WEB SITE www.caes.uga.edu/commodities/ fieldcrops/gagrains/index.html
EDUCATION Ph.D. Agronomy, University of Georgia
M.S., Agronomy, Plant Breeding, Auburn University
B.S., Agricultural Sciences, Auburn University
RESEARCH INTERESTS Grain production, biofuel feedstock production, cropping systems, mycotoxin mitigation in grains

R. Dewey Lee

SUMMARY OF EXTENSION AND RESEARCH PROGRAMS

I conduct statewide educational and research programs in winter and summer grain production for food, feed and bio-fuels. I work specifically on corn, wheat, grain sorghum, millet, oats, barley, rye and triticale. Most recently my extension outreach and research work has been focused on reducing crop stress in production systems and mycotoxin contamination in grain crops through conservation tillage, irrigation technologies and cover crops. In addition to grain crops, I am currently studying the production potential and adaptability of bio-fuel crops such as Camelina sativa, Jatropha curcas and Pongamia pinnata. My commodity web site is www.caes.uga.edu/commodities/fieldcrops/gagrains/index.html.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Lee, R. D., E. Prostko, G. Harris, K. Harrison, B. Kemerait, and N. Smith. 2007. A Guide to Growing Corn in Georgia. Univ. GA CES Pub. CSS 03-07.

Lee, R. D. G. D. Buntin, A. Martinez, S. Culpepper, G. Harris and Nathan Smith. 2007 Wheat Production Guide. Univ. of GA CES Pub. CSS-04-10a.

Sullivan, D., J. William, S. M. Brown, J. Beasley and D. Lee. 2007. Evaluating a Crop Residue Cover Index for Determining Tillage Regime in a Cotton-Corn-Peanut Rotation. J. Soil and Water Conservation Vol 63.

Lee, R. D., E. Prostko, R. Baird, S. Brown, R. Hudson, P. Mask, K. Flanders, G. Harris, and G. McDonald. 2003. The Georgia Corn Diagnostic Guide. Univ. of GA CES Bulletin 1221, 32 pp.

Sumner, P., and R. D. Lee. 2003. Reducing Aflatoxin in Corn During Harvest and Storage. Univ. Ga. CES Bulletin 1231.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Lee, R.D. G. Harris, and J. W. Gaskin. 2007. Biomass Yield and Nutrient Accumulation of Four Small Grain Species Used as a Winter Cover Crop. American Society of Agronomy, Nov.4-7, New Orleans, La.

Julia Gaskin, R.A. Spier, K.R. Harris, R. D. Lee, L. Morris and K.C.Das. 2007. Effect of Two Types of Pyrolysis Chars on Corn Yield, Soil Nutrient Status, and Soil C in Loamy Sand Soil of the Southeastern United States. American Society of Agronomy, Nov.4-7, New Orleans, La.

Lee, R. D. 2007.Status of Starch Crops for Bio-energy Crop Production. Kentucky Crops and Soils School. Southern States Cooperative. Feb. 6, Lexington, Ky.

Lee, R. D. 2007. Current Status and Potential of Grain Crops for Ethanol Production. Southeast Bio-energy Conference. July 31, Tifton, Ga.

Lee, R. D., J. Gaskin, G. Hawkins, and W. Reeves. 2006. A Successful Model For Conservation Tillage Education for County Extension Agents. American Society of Agronomy annual meeting, Indianapolis, Ind. Nov. 12-16.

Lee, R. D. 2006. What Have Transgenic Crops Meant for U.S. Farmers. The First Ten Years of Transgenic Corn, Cotton, and Soybeans. American Society of Agronomy, Indianapolis, Ind. Nov 12-16.