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Mission

The mission of the Agricultural Systems Research Unit (ASRU) is to develop diversified irrigated and dryland cropping systems that enhance soil and water quality, conserve natural resources, and reduce dependence on agrochemicals in the Upper Missouri River Basin and the nation; to develop and transfer innovative technologies that improve the economic and environmental viability of traditional and non-traditional agricultural enterprises; and to provide leadership for interdisciplinary teams and collaborative partnerships.

ASRU Research Projects
   ASRU Short Term Research Projects
   NPARL Weather Sites
   ND Agricultural Weather Network (NDAWN)
NPARL Home Page
ASRU Scientists:
   Bart Stevens
      Agronomist/Research Leader

   Brett Allen
      Agronomist

   Bill Iversen
      Physical Scientist

   Jay Jabro
      Soil Scientist

   Upendra Sainju
      Soil Scientist

   Sadikshya Rana-Dangi
      Soil Microbiologist
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PMRU Scientists:
   John Gaskin
      Biologist/Research Leader
   David Branson
      Entomologist

   Joshua Campbell
      Ecologist

   Vice-Jaronski
      Entomologist

   Tatyana Rand
      Entomologist

   Robert Srygley
      Ecologist 

   Natalie West
      Ecologist
   Carissa Wonkka
      Ecologist

The Agricultural Systems Research is located in Sidney, MT and is part of the Plains Area.
The Research Leader is William Stevens.
Email: bart.stevens@usda.gov
Phone: (406)433-9444
Fax: (406)433-5038
USDA-ARS-PA, Agricultural Systems Research Unit
1500 North Central Avenue
Sidney, MT 59270