In the field of agriculture, corn silage harvesting and use are done in many dairy-farms and some beef-farms because of its high quality among all fodder crops. Its demand is based on the high production of an easily digestible, high energy silage, and its easy adaptation to mechanical harvesting.
Plant geneticist who holds an academic position at a renowned university and has admirable experience in agricultural research. The aim of his study is to understand natural variability in crops using genomics. Most of his work is concerned with food, oilseed, and fiber crops.