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Steve Shirtliffe Project Co-Lead, Crop Phenometrics Platform – Leveraging Field Phenomics tor Advancing Key Rotational Crops

Steve Shirtliffe is a Professor in the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan. Prof. Shirtliffe’s primary area of research is in field crop agronomy, about which he has been conducting field-based research for over 20 years, gaining extensive experience in small plot crop agronomy.  His position involves teaching, research and outreach in the areas of agronomy and weed control. Prof. Shirtliffe’s past and current research projects have focused on the ecology and control of volunteer canola, cereal and pulse and oilseed agronomy, non-herbicidal weed control and agronomic applications of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones.