Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
297: Soil Nutrient Availability and Fertilization Effects
Sponsor:S07 Forest, Range & Wildland Soils
Soil Supply and Nutrient Demand (SSAND) Model - Tool for Predicting N Uptake for Hybrid Poplar in Competition with Weeds.
Bachitter S. Kabba, Dept of Soil Science, Diane Knight, Dept of Soil Science, Kenneth C. Van Rees, Dept of Soil Sciences
Diagnosis of Nutrient Deficiencies in Loblolly Pine Using Foliar Techniques.*
Robert Sypert, Virginia Tech, Forestry Dept, Thomas Fox, Virginia Tech, Forestry Dept
Measuring Soil Nutrient Bioavailability in Hybrid Poplar Plantations.*
Ryan D. Hangs, Western Ag Innovations, Ken J. Greer, Western Ag Innovations, Kenneth C. Van Rees, Dept of Soil Science, Univ of Saskatchewan, W.R. (Bill) Schroeder, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Shelterbelt Centre
The Effect of Weed Control Method on Soil Nutrient Availability and Growth of Different Hybrid Poplar Clones.*
Ryan D. Hangs, Western Ag Innovations, W.R. (Bill) Schroeder, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Shelterbelt Centre, Kenneth J. Greer, Western Ag Innovations
Mixed-Species Agroforestry Systems in the Humid Tropics of Brazil: Soil Impacts and First-Year Growth.*
Aaron H. Joslin, U. of Georgia, Daniel Markewitz, U. of Georgia, Lawrence Morris, U. of Georgia
Temporal and Spatial Patterns in Forest Soil Response to Biosolid Amendments.*
Michael R. Banaitis, Univ of Maine, Ivan J. Fernandez, Univ of Maine, Cullen T. Wilson, Univ of Maine
Effectiveness of Poultry Litter as a Fertilizer for Newly Established Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.).*
Allan Pringle, Division of Environmental Science, Kenneth Farrish, College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State Univ
Soil Nutrient Dynamics in Response to Forest Floor Manipulations across a Site Quality Gradient.
Christine Bliss, USDA Forest Service, David Scott, USDA Forest Service, Thomas Dean, Louisiana State Univ
Effects of Long-Term Nitrogen Fertilization on Microbial Enzyme Activity in Forested and Grassland Sites.
Bonnie Keeler, Univ of Minnesota, Sarah Hobbie, Univ of Minnesota
Effect of Urea Fertilization on Nitrogen Leaching Fluxes in Douglas Fir Plantations in the Hood Canal Watershed, WA.
Cindy Flint, Univ of Washington, CFR, Rob Harrison, Univ of Washington, CFR, AB Adams, Univ of Washington, CFR, Randall Greggs, Green Diamond Resource Company

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