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Carl Crozier

Ph.D.
Professor – Soil Science Extension Specialist

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide training and leadership to county agents in the Tidewater region of North Carolina.
  • Develop extension and research programs related to soil fertility issues.
  • Nitrogen management in corn and wheat for the Blacklands.
  • Soil fertility and precision agriculture: soil sampling, yield variablity and soil type.
  • Lime and tillage management for Blacklands cotton.
  • Soil fertility training.

EXPERIENCE

  • Post-doctoral researcher, Wetland Biogeochemistry Institute, Louisiana State University, 1992-1995
  • Instructor, Escuela Agricola Panamericana, Honduras, 1987-1988
  • U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Honduras, 1983-1986
  • Family ranch laborer, Gonzales Co., TX, 1975-1980 (summers)

EDUCATION

Research Publications

Soil Facts Sheets

Crozier, C.R., N.G. Creamer, and M.A. Cubeta. (in review) Soil Facts: Soil fertility management for Irish potato production in eastern North Carolina. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.

Crozier, C.R., and R.W. Heiniger. 1998. Soil Facts: Soil sampling for precision farming systems. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Publication AG-439-36. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.


Chapters in Crop Production Guides

Crozier, C.R. 2000. Fertilizer and lime management for corn production. Corn Production Guide. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.

Crozier, C.R., L.D. King, R.L. Mikkelsen, and R. Weisz. 1998. Fertilizer and lime management for small grains: Part III – Lime, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, manganese, copper, magnesium, and calcium. pp. 19-23 in 1998 Small Grain Production Guide. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Publication AG-580. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.


Miscellaneous Extension Materials

Crozier, C.R., N.G. Creamer, and M.A. Cubeta. 2000. Efficient nitrogen use for Irish potato production in eastern North Carolina. Neuse River Basin Training Module.

Hodges, S.C., C.R. Crozier, R.L. Mikkelsen, G.S. Miner, J.W. Rideout, J.T. Green, R.W. Heiniger, G.F. Peedin, E.J. Dunphy, D. Jordan, W.D. Smith, R. Weisz, and M.R. Tucker. 2000. Lime and fertilizer suggestions: field, pasture, and hay crops. pp. 440-441 in 2000 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual, Chapter 10, Fertilizer Use.

Sanders, D.C., J.R. Schultheis, J.M. Davis, C.R. Crozier, and S.C. Hodges. 2000. Lime and fertilizer suggestions for vegetable crops. pp. 447-451 in 2000 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual, Chapter 10, Fertilizer Use.

Crozier, C.R., and S. Brake. 1999. No-till in the North Carolina Blacklands: a case study for farmer-to-farmer exchange. pp. 159-165 in: J.E. Hook (ed.) Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conservation Tillage Conference for Sustainable Agriculture. Georgia Agric. Exper. Sta. Special Publ. 95, Athens, GA.

Cubeta, M.A., C.W. Averre, N.G. Creamer, C. Crozier, D. Monks, and K.A. Sorensen. Potato health management in eastern North Carolina. Plant Pathology Disease Note.

Cubeta, M.A., C.W. Averre, N.G. Creamer, C. Crozier, D. Monks, and K.A. Sorensen. Potato vine premature decline. Plant Pathology Disease Note.

Hodges, S.C., and C.Crozier. 1996. Soil fertility basics: N.C. certified crop advisor training.

Crozier, C. 1986. Soil Conservation Techniques for Hillside Farms: A Guide for Peace Corps Volunteers. R-0062 Peace Corps Information Collection and Exchange. Washington, DC. 96 pp.

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