Case Medlin

Case Medlin received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Agronomy from Oklahoma State University and his doctorate from Mississippi State University. He served 9 years in academia between Purdue University and OSU before joining DuPont to help develop MAT-28 herbicide, now known as ACP. In 2015, he transitioned to Bayer as Regional Stewardship Manager to continue the development of this active ingredient. Case assisted a diverse team of ranch managers, brush specialists, wildlife experts, educators, applicators, and Bayer scientists in bringing ACP (labeled as Invora Herbicide) to market for weed and brush control on grazing lands.