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Date:9/7/2010

nning District and Mercer County Solid Waste Authority. She plans to attend graduate school in soil science after graduating in May 2011.

Andy Otto University of Minnesota. Andy Otto is a senior at the University of Minnesota studying agricultural industries and marketing with a crops and soils emphasis. Otto is wrapping up his studies early and will be graduating in December 2010. Upon graduating he plans on entering into the agriculture industry working with seed and fertilizer as well as keeping ties to his family's farming operation in Wisconsin. Otto has been a member of his local SASES chapter; The Gopher Crops and Soils Club for his entire college career.

Kaylene Sattanno University of Florida. Kaylene Sattanno is a senior in the Agronomy Department at the University of Florida. She will graduate in May 2011 with a B.S. degree in plant science, specializing in sustainable crop production and management. She plans to attend graduate school in agronomy and work with integrated crop-livestock production systems, evaluating the sustainability and economics of the system as a whole. Her goal is to help design an integrated system that reduces inputs without compromising the economic profits of the farmer.

Lynn Veenstra Iowa State University. Lynn Veenstra is a junior in the Agronomy Department at Iowa State University. She is double majoring in agronomy and genetics. Veenstra plans on graduating in May 2012. Her goal is to become a plant breeder in private industry or a public institution. Her main interests are in plant nutrition and drought tolerance. She has been a member of the Iowa State University Agronomy Department Learning Community and is a member of the ISU Agronomy Club. She plans to attend graduate school in plant breeding.

Germn Wies Beunos Aires University. Germn Wies is a student in the Faculty of Agronomy at Buenos Aires University. He is majoring in crop science with a minor in agronomy. Wies is a junior an
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American Society of Agronomy
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