Corn Production & Management
Dr. Ronnie W. Heiniger received a P.h.D. in Crop Ecology and Simulation Modeling from Kansas State University in 1994. He has received the Gerald O. Mott Meritorious Research Award from the Crop Science Society of America for modeling grain fill in sorghum. Dr. Heiniger’s applied research programs in the areas of precision agriculture and remote sensing at North Carolina State University have received national recognition. In addition to his research work, Dr. Heiniger is the Corn Extension Specialist for North Carolina.
Dr. Heiniger is located at the Vernon G. James Research and Extension Center, a modern research facility in eastern North Carolina. This facility in the agricultural center of North Carolina provides easy access to laboratory, greenhouse, and field space.
- A survey of twin-row cropping systems in North Carolina, CROP FORAGE & TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT (2021)
- Corn Yield Loss Estimates Due to Diseases in the United States and Ontario, Canada, from 2016 to 2019, PLANT HEALTH PROGRESS (2020)
- Response of agronomic crops to planting date and double-cropping with wheat, AGRONOMY JOURNAL (2020)
- Soil Fertility Management for Better Crop Production, AGRONOMY-BASEL (2020)
- Biocontrol Strains Differentially Shift the Genetic Structure of Indigenous Soil Populations of Aspergillus flavus, FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY (2019)
- Influence of Weed Manipulation in Field Borders on Brown Stink Bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) Densities and Damage in Field Corn, ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY (2019)
- Tiller Initiation and its Effects on Yield and Yield Components in Winter Wheat, AGRONOMY JOURNAL (2019)
- Trial Summary on the Comparison of Various Non-Aflatoxigenic Strains of Aspergillus flavus on Mycotoxin Levels and Yield in Maize, AGRONOMY JOURNAL (2019)
- A case for comprehensive analyses demonstrated by evaluating the yield benefits of neonicotinoid seed treatment in maize (Zea mays L.), Crop Protection (2018)
- Biomass production of herbaceous energy crops in the United States: field trial results and yield potential maps from the multiyear regional feedstock partnership, GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY BIOENERGY (2018)