Harold is an Associate Professor at The Ohio State University. A field specialist in agronomic crops, Harold works daily to improve crop production in Ohio. He conducts research at the OSU Western Agricultural Research Station, the Northwest Agricultural Research Station, and on-farm trials across Ohio. Harold’s industry background brings a knowledge of pest management and plant genetics, coupled with more recent experience and training focusing on crop production improvements and nutrient management. Harold serves on the Ohio Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) Board and contributes to CCA continuing education programs across Ohio. Harold is one of the nutrient management applicator trainers for OSU Extension. His international work includes a dozen missions to Ukraine to train corn and soybean producers.
Harold's hobbies include downhill skiing, hiking, camping, kayaking, bicycling, travel – anything to get outdoors (picture at Glacier National Park).