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Tyler N. Sandlin

Assistant Extension Professor

Crop, Soil & Environmental Sciences

(256) 353-8702 

  tns0012@auburn.edu 

  

Get In Touch

Address:
Tennessee Valley Research & Extension Center
PO Box 159
Belle Mina, AL 35615

Biography

EDUCATION

  • 2006 B.S. – Agronomy, Mississippi State University
  • 2011 M.S.– Agronomy, Mississippi State University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Research Associate, Mississippi State University
  • Regional Extension Agent of Agronomic Crops, ACES/Auburn University
  • Crops Specialist North Alabama, Auburn University

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • National Association of Agricultural Agents
  • ALFA Young Farmers
  • ALFA Young Leaders

Research

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Currently conduct agronomic research tests including but not limited to corn, cotton, wheat, soybean, canola, crop protection product screening and testing, herbicide resistant weed management, and soil moisture sensor research in conjunction with irrigation scheduling for corn and soybean.

Program Areas:
Agronomic Crops

Geographic Area of Responsibility:
Statewide

Courses

NA

Publications

SELECT PUBLICATIONS

Ducar, J.T., Burmester, C.H., Sandlin, T.S., Stapleton, G.S. 2014. Effects of rates and timings of saflufenacil herbicide applications on yields of six soybean varieties. Proc. 2015 Southern Weed Science Society of America Annual Meeting. Savannah, GA 26-29 Jan.

EXTENSION

Conduct yearly meetings/crop field tours with respect research findings that address current challenges in agronomic crops. Conduct on-farm field trials related to variety selection, herbicide resistant weed management, and irrigation scheduling. Disseminate research results and pertinent local information via news letters, blog posts, and social media outlets.