Monday, November 13, 2006: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
63: Graduate Student Competition--Poster Contest
Sponsor:C03 Crop Ecology, Management & Quality
Soybean Variety Selection for Early Planting Dates.
Jason L. De Bruin, Iowa State University, Palle Pedersen, Iowa State University
Remotely Estimating Cotton Defoliation with Reflectance Data.
Glen L. Ritchie, University of Georgia, Craig Bednarz, Texas Tech University
Corn Hybrid Responses to Nitrogen Fertilizer Rates.*
H. L. Clodfelter, Univ. of Illinois - Dept. of Crop Sciences, E.D. Nafziger, Univ. of Illinois - Dept. of Crop Sciences, G.A. Bollero, Univ. of Illinois - Dept. of Crop Sciences, B. D. Young, Burrus Hybrids
Effect of Fungicide Seed Treatment on Mycorrhizae Colonization of Soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.).
Adriana Murillo-Williams, Iowa State University, Palle Pedersen, Iowa State University
Field Pea, Faba Bean and Lupin Contributions to a Subsequent Wheat Crop.*
Sheri Strydhorst, Univ of Alberta, Jane R. King, Univ of Alberta, Ken J. Lopetinsky, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, George Clayton, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge Research Centre, Neil Harker, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Grain Amaranth Production Potential in Southwestern Québec.
Bruce Gelinas, McGill University - Macdonald Campus, Philippe Seguin, McGill University - Macdonald Campus
Self-seeding Small Grain Cover Crop in a Soybean-Corn Rotation.
Paul McDonald, Iowa State University, Jeremy W. Singer, National Soil Tilth Lab., Mary H. Wiedenhoeft, Iowa State Univ.
Soil Properties and Crop Performance of Vegetable Soybeans Following Application of Poultry Litter.
Reina Blair, University of Arkansas, Mary Savin, University of Arkansas, Pengyin Chen, University of Arkansas
Hybrid effects on corn silage quality.
Warren Whitaker, University of Kentucky, Chad Lee, University of Kentucky
Determination of Optimum Planting Date of Seven Species of Winter Oilseeds in Mississippi (A Preliminary Study).
D. Scott Horton II, Dept. of Plant & Soil Sciences, Brian Baldwin, Mississippi State University, Kyle B. Holmberg, Dept. of Plant & Soil Sciences
Forage Quality of Red Clover Intercropped in Winter Cereal Grains.
Brock C. Blaser, Iowa State University, Jeremy W. Singer, National Soil Tilth Lab., Lance R. Gibson, Iowa State University
Can Aldicarb be used to Manage SCN in Iowa?.*
Vladimir A. da Costa, Iowa State University, Palle Pedersen, University of Iowa, Dept. of Agronomy
Strip-Till Corn Response to Deep Banding Versus Broadcast Application of Phosphorus and Potassium.*
Matias Canepa, Purdue University, Tony Vyn, Purdue University, Ann Kline, Purdue Univ, Dept of Agronomy
Intraspecific Competition in Corn: Nitrogen Rate and Plant Density Effects on Growth and Developmental Uniformity.*
Christopher Boomsma, Purdue University, Tony Vyn, Purdue Univ, Dept of Agronomy
Effects of Root Layer Restriction and Drought Screening Bed on Performance of Rice Genotypes with Different Rooting Depth in Upland Fields.
Yoichiro Kato, Field Production Science Center, The Univ. of Tokyo, Akihiko Kamoshita, The Univ. of Tokyo, Junko Yamagishi, The Univ. of Tokyo
Determining Optimal Planting Depth and Temperature for Teff.
Sarah Evertt, Kansas State University, Scott Staggenborg, Kansas State University, Brian Olson, Kansas State University
Identifying Causes of Non-Uniform Red Clover Establishment When Underseeded to Winter Wheat.
Adam A. Queen, University of Guelph, Bill Deen, University of Guelph, Hugh J. Earl, University of Guelph
Determining Profitable Soybean Seeding Rates in Kansas.
Michael Epler, Kansas State University, Scott Staggenborg, Kansas State University, Larry Maddux, Kansas St. Univ.
Factors Affecting the Extent of Tillering in Dryland Grain Sorghum Clumps.*
Srirama Krishnareddy, West Texas A&M University, B.A. Stewart, West Texas A&M University, William Payne, Texas A&M University - Rangeland Ecology & Management, Clay Robinson, West Texas A&M Univ., Ronald Thomason, West Texas A & M University
Improving Irrigated Cropping Systems on the High Plains Using Crop Simulation Models.
Christopher Pachta, Kansas State Univ., Scott Staggenborg, Kansas State University
Plant Diversity Increases Biomass Productivity in Perennial Polycultures.*
Valentin D. Picasso, Iowa State University, E. Charles Brummer, University of Georgia
Growth Temperature and Carbon Dioxide Concentration Alters Forage Quality and Spectral Reflectance Patterns in Virginia Wildrye (Elymus virginicus L.).
Satya Sai Kumar Matcha, MIssissippi State University, Vijaya G. Kakani, University of Florida, Giridara K. Surabhi, Mississippi State University, K. R. Reddy, Mississippi State University

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