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Dr. Robert N. Ames

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Director of Product Development

Phone: (800) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.com
Local Address: Pilot Point, Texas, United States
Agricen
2600 Network Boulevard, Suite 290
Frisco , Texas 75034
United States

Company Description: Agricen Sciences is an applied sciences research company leading the development of novel microbial and biochemical solutions for plant nutrition and health.
Background

Employment History

Education

  • PhD
    Colorado State University
  • MS degree , Plant Pathology
    Oregon State University
  • BS , Plant Pathology
    Oregon State University
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www.agricen.com, 23 May 2012 [cached]
Dr. Bob Ames, Director of Applied Sciences at Agricen, was recently interviewed by Golf Course Industry, covering topics that include plant bionutrition research, sustainability, and how soil nutrient availability can be improved by incorporating bionutrition products into existing fertility programs.
One excerpt:
GCI: What do we see in bionutrition research right now?
Dr. Ames: There is a large variety of bionutrition products out there that make a lot of claims, especially for turf applications.
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Dr. Bob Ames, Director of Applied Sciences of AMS, delivered a poster presentation on ways to reduce nitrate and water loss, which can lead to enhanced fertilizer efficiency and increase yields...
May 2009
Advanced Microbial Solutions Presents at International Conference on Planth Growth-Promoting Bacteria Advanced Microbial Solutions, LLC (AMS), a leading agricultural technology company, today presented at the 8th International Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria Workshop in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Bob Ames, Senior Vice President of AMS, delivered both an oral presentation and a poster presentation detailing the benefits of AMS soil amendments compared to traditional rhizobacteria-based solutions...
Recreation director has big dreams - Local News - NorwichBulletin.com
www.norwichbulletin.com, 18 Feb 2002 [cached]
KILLINGLY -- Bob Ames calls himself "a small town guy at heart" and says he loves every minute of his new job as director of the town's Parks and Recreation Department.
But, in almost the same breath, Ames admits he likes to dream big dreams.
"I look to the future with the hope of making things better for all of us," Ames, 58, said."While I respect the past, and the past is important, it should not necessarily guide what we do today and tomorrow."
With two weeks in the Killingly position under his belt, Ames said he has spent much of that time learning as much as possible about the community and its residents.Part of that process has been spent learning about the town's existing parks and recreation program and its facilities.
Ames spoke highly about the work done by his predecessor, Richard Calarco, who left Killingly last year for a position at a recreation facility in another part of the state.
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Killingly has excellent facilities and my hope is to be able to build on the foundation he has put in place," Ames said.
As part of that building process, Ames said he hopes to develop more programs geared toward families and also create some activities for senior citizens.
Some of his ideas for family activities include setting up a family picnic or a cookout at Owen Bell Park in Dayville."Maybe we could arrange some canoe trips along the local rivers for families, or have an occasional hayride.Rather than just a program that's geared to fourth- or fifth-graders, we could plan some events where mom and dad and even younger brothers or sisters could take part," he said.
Ames said he's hoping to either offer a program of movies geared to the entire family or to arrange for a discount family night at a local movie theater.He emphasized these programs are simply in the idea stage at this point.
His ideas for senior citizens' programs range from having a sewing class, line dancing, a monthly bridge party or even speaking programs on topics of interest to the town's older residents.
"Maybe we could have an occasional luncheon, just something that could give the seniors a chance to get out of their homes and get together with others in their age group," he said."I'm looking for anything that could help to make them more active and improve the quality of their lives."
Ames emphasized he's interested in getting ideas for program possibilities from residents.He encouraged people to visit or call him with those ideas at his office in the Community Center on Broad Street.Any new programs would require the approval of the Board of Parks and Recreation and, possibly, the Town Council, Ames said.
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Ames comes to Killingly from a position as assistant director of the Recreation and Parks Department in Columbus, Ohio.There, he supervised all the city's parks, building, parks and forestry management construction and planning and design.
Prior to his work in Columbus, he served as parks and recreation director in South Kingstown, R.I.
A West Hartford native, who earned a degree in recreation and youth leadership from Springfield College, Ames described his return to Connecticut as "a return to my roots."He said he and his wife, Leslie are living in Killingly.The location is especially desirable, as it puts the Ameses within 30 to 60 miles of the family.The couple has three grown children, who live in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and two grandchildren."My parents are also getting along in years and I appreciate the opportunity to be closer to them," he said.
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Bob Ames is the new director of the Killingly Parks and Recreation Department.
May 2012 Archives | AgricenAgricen
www.agricen.com, 1 May 2012 [cached]
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