Field Specialist in Agronomy
330 US Highway 61
New Madrid

Professional background

Prior to joining MU Extension, Robyn worked as a program associate for the Arkansas Crop Variety Improvement Program. In that role, she assisted the team with wheat, corn, grain sorghum, and soybean variety testing trials across the state.

Robyn completed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the University of Arkansas in the crop, soil, and environmental science department. Her thesis project focused on the nitrogen use efficiency of pre-tassel applications in furrow-irrigated corn. Robyn says she loves all things related to agronomy, especially digging into the intertwined complexity of management factors on plant response. 

Areas of work

Robyn Mulloy joined MU Extension on Jan. 1, 2024, as a field specialist in agronomy. Robyn is based in New Madrid County, but also serves Dunklin, Pemiscot, and Mississippi counties. In this role, Robyn provides research-supported agronomic recommendations to the surrounding farming community while also seeking resources for areas of improvement. Her goal is to be hands-on with the growers when implementing management practices on the farm.

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Robyn Mulloy