Research Spotlight: Department of Plant & Soil Science’s Thayne Montague
By: Christy Bratcher
Thayne Montague, a professor of horticulture within the Department of Plant & Soil Science, joined the Texas Tech faculty in 1999. In addition, he holds a joint appointment to Texas A&M AgriLife Research-Lubbock. His teaching responsibilities center on horticulture and plant physiology, while his research focuses on physiology, plant/microclimate interactions, and drought tolerance of woody ornamental plants, grapevines, and other fruit crops.
Montague has published numerous research articles in the areas of woody plant physiology, landscape water use, plant/microclimate interactions, water efficient landscapes, nursery production, plant propagation, and viticulture. He received his doctorate in plant sciences from Utah State University.
CONTACT: Christy Bratcher, Associate Dean for Research, Davis College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2808 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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