Division of Plant Science and Technology
School of Natural Resources
Research at a glance
Area(s) of Expertise
Specific research interests include: assessment of microorganisms and insects for biological weed control and integration of these organisms with cultural practices such as cover cropping and allelopathy; dynamics of weed seeds in soils and interactions with soil microorganisms; weed seedling ecology and pesticide fates in soil; and impacts of transgenic crops on soil ecology and biological processes.
Robert Kremer is an adjunct professor of soil science in both the Division of Plant Science and the School of Natural Resources. He retired in July 2014 from USDA-ARS after serving as a research microbiologist for 32 years with the Cropping Systems and Water Quality research unit in Columbia, MO.
- Ph.D., Soil Microbiology and Biochemistry, Mississippi State University
- M.S., Soil Science, University of Missouri
- B.S., Agronomy, University of Missouri
- Environmental Soil Microbiology
- Advanced Weed Science
- Advanced Sustainable Agriculture