Gary Csöff, an MSc student with the Department of Plant Agriculture has been featured in "A Day in the Life: OAC Grad Students". Working with his advisors Profs. Rene Van Acker, John Lauzon and Bill Deen, Gary’s research focuses on subsurface drip irrigation and nitrogen fertilizer applications on grain corn in southern Alberta. When not tending to his graduate work, Gary is also a Technology Development Representative with Monsanto and manages a research program for canola, corn and soybeans.
"A Day in the Life: OAC Grad Students" is a project that was developed Emma Drake, OAC Communications Summer Intern, in order to showcase what life is like as an OAC grad student in an interactive, photo essay format.
You can find Gary's profile here: https://www.uoguelph.ca/oac/day-life-gary-cs%C3%B6ff-msc-student
You can find the main landing page here: https://www.uoguelph.ca/oac/future-students/day-life-oac-grad-students