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<ul><li><p>D E P A R T M E N T O F H O R T I C U L T U R E A N D L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T U R E 3 1 2 H O R T I C U L T U R E 6 2 5 A G R I C U L T U R A L M A L L D R . W E S T L A F A Y E T T E , I N 4 7 9 0 7 </p><p>P H O N E ( 7 6 5 ) 4 9 4 - 7 6 2 1 E - M A I L D A N I E L 3 8 @ P U R D U E . E D U </p><p>K Y L E D A N I E L </p><p>EDUCATION </p><p>2007- present The Ohio State University Columbus, OH PhD Candidate-H orticulture and Crop Science 2005-2006 Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, KY M.S.-Agriculture 2000-2003 Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, KY B.S.-Agriculture 1999-2000 Eastern Kentucky University Richmond, KY NA-Agriculture </p><p>PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE </p><p>2012-present Purdue University West Lafayette, IN Nursery and Landscape Outreach Specialist </p><p> 100% Extension Appointment- Enhance existing extension program and expand the outreach of Purdue to the Commercial Nursery and Landscape Industry. Co-chair of education at the Indiana Green Expo, as well as Director of Education of the Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association. Writes regular columns for Indiana Nursery and Landscape News (INLAs monthly trade magazine), as well as speaks at local, regional, and national conferences, meetings, and workshops. Responsibilities include making the industry in Indiana more profitable, sustainable, effective and efficient, while increasing the quality of life for the owners, employees, and the general public through education, research, and outreach programs. </p><p>2007-2012 The Ohio State University Columbus, OH Graduate Research Associate </p><p> Primary Research- Examine the relationship of glyphosate to nursery tree bark cracking and cold hardiness. Three main research projects include: Evaluation of the influence of postemergence herbicides and fertility on nursery tree bark cracking, Effect of postemergence herbicide on sucker removal/injury on nursery tree liners, and Effect of herbicides and grass groundcover on cold hardiness of field tree liners. </p></li><li><p> 2005-2006 Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, KY Graduate Research Associate </p><p> Primary Research- Examined various aspects of asexual propagation to four cultivars of Vaccinium corymbosum, including the use of hormones and location of cuttings with regards to time. Another study included the investigation of weed management in an established orchard of Vaccinium corymbosum Bluejay (highbush blueberry) in South Central Kentucky. </p><p> 2003-2004 The Home Depot Bowling Green, KY Sales Associate </p><p> Maintain all plant material, sales, and customer recommendations. 2003-2004 Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, KY Research Associate </p><p> Take soil samples, forage samples, establish plots, etc. for a study which entailed evaluating poultry litter utilized in agronomic systems. </p><p> 2003-2004 Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, KY Greenhouse Technician 2000-2003 Royal Lawn Care Bowling Green, KY Lawn and Landscape Technician 1996-2000 Johnnies Landscaping Henderson, KY Lawn and Landscape Technician/Installer </p><p>ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMITTEES 2010 The Ohio State University Columbus, OH </p><p>Horticulture and Crop Science Graduate Research Retreat (Chair 2008)2002-2004 2007-2009 The Ohio State University Columbus, OH Council of Graduate Students </p><p>EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 2008-2010 The Ohio State University Columbus, OH </p><p>Graduate Weeds Team </p><p>TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2014 Purdue University Hort 420 Ornamental Plant Production Co-instructor </p></li><li><p> 2014 Purdue University FNR 445 </p><p> Urban Forest Issues Invited lecturer 2013 Purdue University Hort 420 </p><p> Ornamental Plant Production Co-instructor 2012 Purdue University Hort 420 </p><p> Ornamental Plant Production Co-instructor 2008 The Ohio State University HCS 200 </p><p> The Science of Growing Plants Teaching Assistant 2008 The Ohio State University HCS 300 </p><p> General Plant Biology Teaching Assistant 2007 The Ohio State University HCS 200 </p><p> The Science of Growing Plants Instructor 2007 The Ohio State University HCS 200 </p><p> The Science of Growing Plants Teaching Assistant 2006 Western Kentucky University Agri 101 </p><p> The Science of Agriculture Teaching Assistant </p><p>PROFESIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Pi Alpha Xi </p><p>Gamma Sigma Delta PUCESA </p><p>CONFERENCES/EVENTS HOSTED </p><p>1. 2014. Purdue Turf and Landscape Field Day. West Lafayette, IN. (???? attendees) </p><p>2. 2014. Garden Center Personnel Training. Noblesville, IN. (72 attendees) 3. 2014. Indiana Green Expo. Indianapolis, IN (???attendees) 4. 2013. Purdue Turf and Landscape Field Day. West Lafayette, IN (459 </p><p>attendees) 5. 2013. Indiana Green Expo. Indianapolis, IN (&gt;1,900 attendees) </p></li><li><p>PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS AND PROCEDINGS </p><p>1. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Whats old is new: Using glyphosate safely in the landscape. Purdue Turf and Landscape Field Day. Pgs. 30-33. </p><p>2. Daniel, K.M. 2013. Cheap and Deep: proper planting depth = Long term success. Purdue Turf and Landscape Field Day </p><p>3. Daniel, K.M. 2012. Controlling weeds around trees. Midwest Regional Turf Foundation Turf Field Day. </p><p>4. Daniel, K.M., Mathers, H.M., and Case, L.T. 2008. Evaluation of glyphosate and bottom heat on nursery tree hardiness. Proceedings of the Ohio Agricultural Research Development Center Annual Meeting. </p><p>5. Mathers, H, M., L.T. Case, U.R. Somireddy, K.M. Daniel, and J. Parrish. 2009. New herbicide and mulch combination products. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings. Vol. 63: Northeastern Weed Science Society: 26. </p><p>6. Daniel, K., H.M. Mathers, and L.T. Case. 2009. Effect of postemergence herbicide on sucker removal / injury of field tree liners. HortScience. Vol. 44, no. 4: American Society for Horticultural Science: 2158. </p><p>7. Case, L. T., H.M. Mathers, K.M. Daniel, U.R. Somireddy, and D. Rivera. 2009. Weed control trials on selected ornamentals at the Ohio State University. HortScience. Vol. 44, no. 4: American Society for Horticultural Science: 1531. </p><p>8. Somireddy, U.R., H.M. Mathers, L.T. Case, and K.M. Daniel. 2009. Field evaluation of herbicide and mulch combinations for weed control efficacy. HortScience. Vol. 44, no. 4: American Society for Horticultural Science: 2294. </p><p>9. Daniel, K.M., H.M. Mathers, and L.T. Case. 2008. Evaluation of glyphosate and bottom heat on nursery tree hardiness. Proceedings of the 2008 International Plant Propagators Society. </p><p>10. Daniel, K., H.M. Mathers, L.T. Case, and U.R. Somireddy. 2008. Effect of herbicides and grass/groundcover on cold hardiness of nursery field liners. Proceedings of the 2008 International Plant Propagators Society. </p><p>11. Case, L.T., H.M. Mathers, and K.M. Daniel. 2008. Effect of preemergence herbicides on cold hardiness of nursery tree liners. Southern Nurserymens Association. SNA Research Conference Vol. 53 2008. </p><p>12. Daniel, K.M., H.M. Mathers, and L.T. Case. 2008. Evaluation of glyphosate and bottom heat on nursery tree hardiness. Southern Nurserymens Association. SNA Research Conference Vol. 53 2008. </p><p>13. Daniel, K.M., H.M. Mathers, L.T. Case, and U.R. Somireddy. 2008. Effect of herbicides and grass/groundcover on cold hardiness of nursery field liners. American Society for Horticultural Science. HortScience 43 (4). pp. 1252. </p><p>14. Daniel, K.M., H.M. Mathers, and L.T. Case. 2007. Bark cracking. American Society for Horticultural Science. HortScience 42(4):876 </p><p>15. Daniel, K.M., and M. Stone. 2006. Asexual propagation of 4 cultivars of Vaccinium corymbosom. Proceedings of the 2006 Kentucky Academy of Science. </p><p>16. Daniel, K.M., and M. Stone. 2006. Weed control of Vaccinium corymbosum. Proceedings of the 2006 Kentucky Academy of Science. </p></li><li><p>BULLENTINS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS </p><p> 1. Patton, A.J., Creswell, T., Ruhl, G., Daniel, K.M., Weller, S., Purcell, L. 2013. 2013 </p><p>Imprelis Update: Tree Maintenance, Replacement, and Disposal. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/pubs/briefs/ImprelisUpdate2013.pdf </p><p>2. Mathers, H.M., L.T. Case, K.M. Daniel, L. Sage, and D. Rivera. 2010. Yearly research summary report 2010. Ornamental Research. Columbus, OH, USA: The Ohio State University, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science. </p><p>3. Mathers, H., L.T. Case, K.M. Daniel, M. Bigger, and P. Gordon. 2011. Yearly research summary report 2011. Ornamental Research. Columbus, OH, USA: College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. </p><p>4. Mathers, H. M., L.T. Case, K.M. Daniel, U.R. Somireddy, D. Rivera. and J. Parrish. 2009. Yearly research summary report 2009. Ornamental Research. Pp. 1-50. Columbus, OH, USA: The Ohio State University, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science. </p><p>5. Mathers, H.M., L.T. Case, K.M. Daniel, U.R. Somireddy, and D. Rivera. 2008. Yearly research summary report 2008. Ornamental Research. Columbus, OH, USA: College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. </p><p>6. Mathers, H.M., L.T. Case, K.M. Daniel, U.R. Somireddy, and D. Rivera. 2007. Yearly research summary report 2007. Ornamental Research. Columbus, OH, USA: College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. </p><p>TRADE ARTICLES </p><p>1. Daniel, K.M. 2015. Updated 2014 nursery stock standards update. Purdue Nursery and Landscape Program. https://ag.purdue.edu/hla/Extension/nle/Articles/Updated%20Nursery%20Standards%20Article.pdf.pdf </p><p>2. Daniel, K.M. 2015. Indiana nurseries: Time is running out to have your voices heard! Picture of the week. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/2-9-15.html </p><p>3. Mathers, H.M. and Daniel, K.M. 2015. Effects from germination to field. The Buckeye. Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association. Vol. 26: Issue 1. Pgs. 13-21. </p><p>4. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Pot-in-Pot system for caliper trees and shrubs. Picture of the Week. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/10-13-14.html. </p><p>5. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Survey for Indiana nurseries regarding invasives. Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association Newsletter. September, 2014. </p><p>6. Daniel. K.M. 2014. Preventing bee death in Indiana Ornamentals. Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association Newsletter. July 2014. </p><p>7. Lopez, R.G. and Daniel, K.M. 2014. Is it worth it? H-2B wage data for landscapers released. Online Ornamentals. Vol. 2. Issue 1. Pgs. 2-3. </p><p>8. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Whats old is new: Using glyphosate safely in the landscape. Online Ornamentals. Vol. 2. Issue 1. Pgs. 12-13. </p><p>9. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Learning a lesson from Oregon: Preventing bee death in </p></li><li><p>Indiana ornamentals. Online Ornamentals. Vol. 2 Issue 1. Pg. 3. 10. Scott, J. and Daniel, K.M. 2014. Consulting arborist corner: Herbicide </p><p>interactions II glyphosate. Indianapolis Landscape Association Newsletter. 2 pgs. 11. Daniel. K.M. 2014. Purdue Perspectives. Indiana Nursery and Landscape </p><p>Association Newsletter. July 2014. 12. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Out of sight, out of mind? Nursery production practices </p><p>affect long-term root growth. Picture of the Week. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/7-21-14.html </p><p>13. Scott, J. and Daniel, K.M. 2014. Consulting arborist corner: Herbicide interactions glyphosate. Indianapolis Landscape Association Newsletter. 2 pgs. </p><p>14. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Now is the timebe on the lookout for invasive callery pears. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory Picture of the week. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/4-28-14.html </p><p>15. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Purdue Perspectives. Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association Newsletter. May, 2014. </p><p>16. Daniel, K.M., Lerner, R., Purcell, L.A., Beckerman, J., Creswell, T., and Ruhl, G. The revealing effects of winter on trees and shrubs. Article, video, and press release. http://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2014/Q2/purdue-experts-offer-advice-on-plants-damaged-from-harsh-winter.html </p><p>17. Daniel, K.M. 2014. A Plants Perspective on This Winter. Picture of the Week: A Plants Perspective on This Winter. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory Picture of the week. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/3-17-14.html Daniel, K.M. 2014. A plants perspective on this winter. Indiana Nursery and Landscape News. Vol. 74 Issue 2. Pp. 20-21. </p><p>18. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Learn to stand out. Indiana Nursery and Landscape News. Vol. 74. Issue 1. Pgs. 18-19. </p><p>19. Daniel, K.M. 2014. Purdue Perspectives. Indiana Nursery and Landscape News. Pg. 14. </p><p>20. Daniel, K.M. and Purcell, L.A. 2013. Weather Effects on Plants 2012 Part 2: Now What? Indiana Nursery and Landscape News. Vol. 73. Issue 1. Pp. 16-18 </p><p>21. Mickelbart, M., Carstens, J., Daniel, K.M., and Gosney, M.J. 2013. Evaluation of Native U.S. Trees at Purdue. Indiana Nursery and Landscape News. Vol. 73. Issue 1. Pp. 22-25. </p><p>22. Daniel, K.M. 2013. Southwest Injury of Trees. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory Picture of the Week. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/3-4-13.html See attachment for number of views </p><p>23. Daniel, K.M. 2013. Sweetbay magnolia: Are you missing an opportunity? Newsleaf. Indianapolis Landscape Association </p><p>24. Daniel, K.M. 2013. A brief dust-up of soils. Indianapolis Landscape Association Newsletter. </p><p>25. Daniel, K.M. 2013. Hidden in Plain Sight? Green roofs in big cities. Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory Picture of the Week. http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/11-11-13.html </p><p>26. Daniel, K.M, 2013. Going, Going, Gone!. Indiana Arborist Association Newsletter. July 2013. </p><p>27. Daniel, K.M. 2012. Observations and Ramifications in Nurseries and Landscapes from the Drought of 2012. Drought Tips for Home Landscapes, Gardens, and Lawns Educator Update https://gomeet.itap.purdue.edu/p4v3x4ybx03/?launcher=false&amp;fcsContent=tru</p><p>http://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/3-4-13.htmlhttp://www.ppdl.purdue.edu/PPDL/weeklypics/11-11-13.html</p></li><li><p>e&amp;pbMode=normal 28. Daniel, K.M. 2012. Purdue perspectives. Indiana Nursery and Landscape News. </p><p>Vol. 72. Issue 6. Pp. 6. 29. Daniel, K.M. 2012. Weather effects on plants 2012: Part 1. Indiana Nursery and </p><p>Landscape News. Vol. 72 Issue 5. Pgs. 26-28. 30. Daniel, K.M. 2012. Construction damage in the landscape. Purdue Plant and </p><p>Pest Dia...</p></li></ul>

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