Danielle M Clark (Wilson)

My role: Coordinate the research activities of the Crop Production & Physiology lab group. Provide research support and training to faculty, staff, and graduate students who require the use of the shared equipment and facilities. 

Research interests: My general research interest is centered primarily on crops for bioenergy and sustainability. I have been working with biomass crops for 15+ years. 

Hobbies: The outdoors, gardening & home canning, crafting, spending time with family, camping, kayaking, being healthy, and staying active! 

 

May 3, 2019 8:50 AM

Have you been driving in rural eastern Iowa lately? You might have noticed those choppers and wagons a few weeks ago harvesting miscanthus fields, but what have you seen most recently? Planters! You might have noticed that they don’t look like the grain planters most of us are used to seeing....

Crop Production
April 22, 2019 2:07 PM

If you have been driving in rural eastern Iowa and noticed a lot of choppers and wagons, you might have been seeing the UI Biomass Fuel Project Miscanthus harvest.

Crop Production
April 16, 2019 11:30 AM

Today, we will take a quick trip around the world to explore how other cultures have used miscanthus. East Asian cultures incorporated miscanthus into their everyday lives: paintings, toys, household items, rituals, and in some cases medicinal uses.

Crop Production