Erik H. Ervin
- Colorado State University, Horticulture, Ph.D.
- Colorado State University, Horticulture, M.S.
- University of Colorado, Philosophy, M.S.
- Iowa State University, Horticulture, B.S.
- Landscape Management (LARC403), led by Sue Barton
- Physiology and ecology of turfgrass responses to abiotic stresses and the use of synthetic and natural plant growth regulators (Class A-F; Ervin and Zhang, 2007) for improved stress response.
- Adaptation (variety and germplasm evaluation) and cultural management (irrigation, fertility, mowing, cultivation) requirements of cool- and warm-season turfgrasses used on golf courses, lawns, parks, athletic fields, and roadsides.
- Ecology and adaptation of native grasses and forbs for pollinator meadows in the mid-Atlantic
- Frequent speaker on best management practices at regional, national, and international turfgrass continuing education conferences.
- Fellow, American Society of Agronomy
- Past Chair, Division C5 (Turfgras Science) of Crop Science Society of America
- International Turfgrass Society
- LEAD21, Class XI