VP, Biotechnology, Corteva Agriscience
Wendy earned her bachelor's degree in crop and soil science from Michigan State University, a master's degree in weed science from Virginia Tech University and a doctorate in crop science from North Carolina State University.
She developed a passion for agricultural research while growing up on her family’s farm in Michigan. Wendy has lived in six states and four countries, and she enjoys gardening, volunteering, running and being with her four children and husband.
Read Wendy's blog posts below
Imagine having the power of the ‘pen’ to write and edit the genetic composition of crops to improve their quality, composition, yield and environmental resilience? That day has arrived.
Starting your garden indoors can be a great way to get ahead for planting season. Learn how.
Turn this year’s fading garden into next year’s soil and fertilizer by composting your garden.
Want to start a home garden but don’t know where to begin? Discover five home garden tips from a seasoned gardener.
Understanding expiration dates can help you save on groceries.