Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 12:00 PM-2:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
286: Fertilizer Technology
Sponsor:S04 Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition
Assessment of Fuzzy Clustering Analysis with Kriging in Delineating the Soil Management Zones.
Kai-Wei Juang, Dar-Yuan Lee, National Taiwan University, Wei-Ging Su, Dept of Ag Chemistry, National Taiwan Univ, Ten-Lin Liu, Dept of Ag Chemistry, National Taiwan Univ
Resolving Crop Nitrogen Requirements with a Depolarized Reflectance Sensor.
Louise Egerton-Warburton, Chicago Botanic Garden, Paul C. Nordine, Containerless Research Inc., Steven Finkelman, Containerless Research Inc., Margaret Ingalls, Chicago Botanic Garden, Jonathan Podbielski, Chicago Botanic Garden
Effects of Within-Field Management Zones, Rates and Time of Fertilizer Nitrogen on Tuber Quality and Yield of Solanum tuberosum L.
Athyna N. Cambouris, Pedology & Precision Ag Lab, Bernie J. Zebarth, Potato Research Centre, Michel Nolin, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Marc R. Laverdičre, Institute of Research and Development in Agri-Environment
Managing Temporal Variability in Nitrogen Recommendation Using Nitrogen Rich and Ramped Nitrogen Reference Strips.
Kefyalew Girma, Oklahoma State Univ, Clinton Mack, Oklahoma State Univ, Brian Arnall, Oklahoma State Univ, william Raun, Oklahoma State Univ
Terrain Modelling Use in Developing N Management Zones.*
David Franzen, NDSU Extension Service, Janis Boettinger, Utah State Univ, PSB
Can Existing Sensor-Based Technology be utilized to Evaluate Canola Growth and Nitrogen Nutrition.
Shannon Osborne, USDA-ARS
Algorithms for Translating Active Sensor Readings into In-season N Applications.*
John Shanahan, USDA-ARS, Fernando Solari, Univ of Nebraska, James Schepers, 113 Keim Hall, Gary Varvel, USDA-ARS, Univ of Nebraska
Field-Scale Mapping of Soil Organic Carbon with Soil-Landscape Modelling.
Feng Chen, University of Georgia, David Kissel, Dept of Crop & Soil Sciences, Larry West, Dept of Crop & Soil Sciences, Rax Clark, Dept of Crop & Soil Sciences, Wayne Adkins, Dept of Crop & Soil Sciences
Using Remote Sensing to Optimize In-Season Nitrogen in Winter Wheat.
Ravi Sripada, North Carolina State Univ, Crop Science Dept, Randy Weisz, North Carolina State Univ, Ronnie Heiniger, North Carolina State Univ, Jeffrey G. White, North Carolina State Univ, Dianne C. Farrer, North Carolina State Univ
Comparison of Two Passive Sampler Methods for Measuring Ammonia Losses.
Miguel Cabrera, Univ of Georgia, Nicolas Vaio, Univ of Georgia, John Rema, Univ of Georgia, David Kissel, Univ of Georgia
Optimum Spatial Scale and Management Resolution for Corn (Zea mays L.).
Byungkyun Chung, Oklahoma State Univ, Brenda S. Tubana, Oklahoma State Univ, Brian Arnall, Oklahoma State Univ, Starr Holtz, Oklahoma State Univ, Olga Walsh, Oklahoma State Univ, Kent Martin, Kansas State Univ, Kefyalew Desta, Oklahoma State Univ, William Raun, 044 N Ag Hall, OK State Univ
Using Active Sensors to Identify Soil Management Zones.
Dennis Francis, USDA-ARS, James Schepers, USDA-ARS, John Shanahan, USDA-ARS, Michael Schlemmer, USDA-ARS, Kyle Holland, Holland Scientific Inc.
Variable Rate Technology Reduces Fertilizer Use and Limits Nitrate Leaching in Citrus Orchards.
Arnold Schumann, University of Florida, Qamar Zaman, Tokyo Univ of Agriculture and Technology, Kevin Hostler, Univ of Florida-CREC
Variability of Chlorophyll Meter Readings of Individual Maize Plants.
Paul Hodgen, Univ of Nebraska, Fernando Solari, Univ of Nebraska, J. S. Schepers, USDA-ARS, R. Ferguson, Univ of Nebraska, John Shanahan, USDA-ARS
Mesquite Tree Removal Changes Soil Nutrient Cycling Processes in Semi-Arid Ecosystems.
Eileen Finnerty-rae, Univ of Arizona, Tom Thompson, Univ of Arizona
Evaluation and Amelioration of Soil Heterogeneity from a Florida Citrus Grove.
Kirandeep Mann, Univ of Florida, Arnold Schumann, Univ of Florida, Thomas Obreza, Univ of Florida, Jerry Sartain, Univ of Florida, Willie Harris, Univ of Florida, Max Teplitski, Univ of Florida, Sanjay Shukla, Univ of Florida
Relationship between Chemical Composition and Degradation Rate of Bt and Non-Bt Varieties of Corn Stover in Soil.
Frank Hons, Texas A&M Univ, Javier Betran, Texas A&M Univ, Teresa Salvatore Wilson, Texas A&M Univ
Sugarcane Response to DRIS-Based Fertilizer Supplements in Florida.*
J. Mabry McCray, Univ of Florida
Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Yield Effects Using a Slow Release Nitrogen Fertilizer in Winter Wheat and Maize.*
Sheri L. Cahill, NCSU, Deanna Osmond, NCSU, Carl Crozier, NCSU, Daniel W. Israel, Dept of Soil Science, North Carolina State Univ, Randy Weisz, NCSU
Rice and Soybean Responses to Annual Potassium Fertilization Rate in Arkansas.
Nathan Slaton, Univ of Arkansas, Russell DeLong, Univ of Arkansas, Richard Norman, Univ of Arkansas, Charles Wilson, Univ of Arkansas
Which Extractant Most Efficiently Extracts Soil P and K from Fertilized Soils of Guatemala?.
Heather Hunsaker-Alcântara, Brigham Young Univ, Von Jolley, Brigham Young Univ, Bruce Webb, Brigham Young Univ, Phil Allen, Brigham Young Univ, Angela Ramptom, Brigham Young Univ
Slow Release Nitrogen Fertilizers and its Effects on Micobial Biomass Dynamics.
Jorge Hernandez, S. Illinois Univ. Mail Code 4415, Rosalia Garcia-Tejeiro, S. Illinois Univ. Mail Code 4415
Cluster Analysis as a Tool for Identification of Fertility Regimes that Enhance Long-Term Productivity of Alfalfa.*
Sofia Lissbrant, Dept of Agronomy, Sylvie Brouder, Dept of Agronomy, Brad Joern, Dept of Agronomy, Suzanne Cunnigham, Dept of Agronomy, Jeffrey Volenec, Dept of Agronomy
Polymer Fertilizer Coatings: Can They Increase Phosphorus Efficiency in Rice?.
David Dunn, Univ of Missouri, William Stevens, Univ of Missouri
Efficacy of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi from Field Soils on Soybean Growth.
Zahra I. Troeh, Iowa State Univ, Thomas E. Loynachan, Iowa State Univ
Effect of AirJection™ Irrigation on Crop Yield and Soil Properties.
Dave Goorahoo, CIT - CSUF, Diganta Adhikari, CIT - CSUF, David Zoldoske, CIT - CSUF, Angelo Mazzei, Mazzei Injector Corporation, Richard Fanucchi, Mazzei Injector Corporation
Corn Yield Response to Fall and Spring Applied Controlled-Release Urea vs. Spring Conventional Urea.
Jeff Moore, Iowa State Univ, Randy Killorn, Iowa State Univ, Agronomy Dept, Marianela Gonzalez, Iowa State Univ
(Paper Withdrawn) Effect of Controlled Release Fertilizer Placement on Nitrate Concentrations in the Soil Solution under Seepage Irrigated Potato.
New, Cost-Saving and Environmentally Friendly Fertilizer Recommendation System for the Succesful EU Agro-Environmental Program of Hungary.
Geza J. Kovacs, Research Institute of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Peter Csatho, Research Institute of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Nandor Fodor, Research Institute of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Tamas Nemeth, Research Institute of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Tamas Arendas, Research Institute of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
The Illinois Soil Nitrogen Test for Silage Corn in Connecticut.
Mohammad Al-ali, Univ. Of Connecticut, Tomas Morris, Univ. Of Connecticut, Karl Guillard, Univ. Of Connecticut, Boris Bravo-Ureta, Univ. Of Connecticut

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