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Dr. Ronald F. Turco Jr.

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Professor Environmental Microbiol...

Phone: (765) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.edu
Purdue University
550 Stadium Mall Dr.Civil Engineering Building, Room G216B
West Lafayette , Indiana 47907
United States

Company Description: Purdue's College of Engineering is made up of 12 academic programs: aeronautics and astronautics, agricultural and biological, biomedical, chemical, civil,...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Hemp Project
  • Board Member
    Indiana Plant Food & Agricultural Chemicals Association
  • Member
    Purdue School of Agriculture

Education

  • B.S. degrees , Bacteriology and Soil Science
    University of Idaho
  • Ph. D. , Soil Microbiology
    Washington State University
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The event included guest speakers David ...
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The event included guest speakers David King, director of Indiana Grown, and Ron Turco, agronomy professor at Purdue.
"We sort of foresee a future ...
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"We sort of foresee a future where they are going to change the law shortly," says Ron Turco, agronomy professor at Purdue University. "I hope within a year or less at the federal level, they take it out of the drug classification and put it into a boring agricultural classification."
Turco would like for hemp to be as "boring" as corn and soybeans.
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Agronomy professor Ron Turco in the hemp field at Purdue University's research facility. - PURDUEHEMP.ORG Agronomy professor Ron Turco in the hemp field at Purdue University's research facility.
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"We are looking agronomic issues related to hemp production," says Turco.
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Turco says they try to get seeds from places that have similar climate and soil conditions as Indiana. (Makes sense; Purdue researchers did the same thing for Indiana vineyards to maximize Hoosier grape production.)
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"You can't transport it very far and make any money," says Turco.
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As Turco says, it is the worst "chicken-and-egg" scenario ever.
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"We really need to get traction in that area really fast or this is going to die," says Turco.
“When that happens, we could be ...
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“When that happens, we could be ready to open this up to anybody who want to grow it,� said Purdue agronomist Ron Turco, who’s oversees the university's hemp fields.
Ronald Turco, a professor of ...
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Ronald Turco, a professor of agronomy at Purdue, noted that water is a critical part of Purdue's research and extension missions.
"This panel of experts will provide a significant look at where we are and where we are going in terms of water supply," he said.
Ron Turco, Professor of ...
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Ron Turco, Professor of Agronomy, Purdue University Telephone: 765-494-8077 E-Mail: rturco@purdue.edu
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6:45: Ron Turco, 2015 Research Overview and Future Research Objectives
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