Ike is a Soil Scientist and Professional Agrologist (PAg) with experience in crop production, land remediation, soil fertility and irrigation water management, as well as environmental and agricultural research. Before he joined SynergyAG, Ike had been part of SARM’s Plant Health Network assisting Rural Municipalities and First Nations in the development of best practices to identify, monitor and control emerging agricultural threats in Saskatchewan. He also served as coordinator of an international project funded by the Australian government that helped farmers in three developing countries improve agricultural water productivity. Ike has authored scientific publications in top journals, and contributed a chapter in a book published by the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS). As Director of Research for SynergyAG, he provides scientific support to the agronomy team to ensure that growers are getting maximum benefit from the right agricultural input.