Susie has worked in ADAS since 2006 and in the Crop Physiology team since 2009. In recent years, her main research focus has been development and application of the ADAS ‘Agronomics’ approach to on-farm experimentation, or tramline trials. Susie manages 70-100 Agronomics trials each year including the BASF Real Results Circle and other commercial projects, and supports and trains colleagues in running similar trials. Agronomics trials are conducted for all types of farm inputs and in an increasing range of crops including cereals, oilseeds, pulses, forage crops and field vegetables.
FarmPEP: a platform to support farm-centric knowledge generation and knowledge exchange - IFS Poster abstract
A review of the function, efficacy and value of biostimulant products available for UK cereals and oilseeds
A review of the non-NPKS nutrient requirements of UK cereals and oilseed rape (HGCA Research Review No. 78)