326 Bioenergy, Forage and Other Crop Ecology, Management and Quality

Poster Session
C03 Crop Ecology, Management & Quality The theme of this poster session is topics related to crop ecology, management and quality of bioenergy, forage and other crops.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Hall C

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Organizer:
Jeffrey Edwards
Presider:
Jeffrey Edwards
Poster #709
Utilizing NDVI and Remote Sensing Data to Identify Spatial Variability In Plant Stress As Influenced by Landscape Position and Crop Management.
Joshua J. Henik, Iowa State University; Allen Knapp, Iowa State University; Kenneth Moore, Iowa State University
Poster #710
Fertilizer and Harvest Management of Switchgrass in Illinois.
Allen Parrish, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Thomas B. Voigt, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Dokyoung Lee, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
Poster #711
Seasonal Cycling and Partitioning of N, P, and K In Perennial Bioenergy Crops.
Jennifer L. Burks, Purdue University; Jeffrey Volenec, Purdue University; Sylvie Brouder, Purdue University
Poster #712
Eddy Covariance Based Estimates of Net Ecosystem Exchanges in Bioenergy Cropping Ecosystems.
Pradeep Wagle, Oklahoma State University; Vijaya Gopal Kakani, Oklahoma State University
Poster #713
Influence of Potassium and Phosphorus on Yield and Composition of Switchgrass.
Patrick Woodson, Purdue University; Suzanne Cunningham, Purdue University; Patrick Murphy, Purdue University; Sylvie Brouder, Purdue University; Jeffrey Volenec, Purdue University
Poster #714
Fungicide and Insecticide Effects On Switchgrass Establishment.
Sindy Interrante, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Dennis Hancock, University of Georgia; Jimmy Stein, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Twain Butler, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Poster #715
Estimation of Nitrogen Fixation Rates of Common Versus Hairy Vetch and Seeding Rates Needed for Interseeding Into Established Switchgrass Stands.
Kara Warwick, University of Tennessee; Fred Allen, University of Tennessee; Patrick Keyser, University of Tennessee; Gary Bates, University of Tennessee; Donald Tyler, University of Tennessee; Paris Lambdin, University of Tennessee; Amanda Ashworth, Universty of Tennessee
Poster #716
Irrigating Tifton 85 Bermudagrass for Forage Production In the Humid Southeast.
Philip Bauer, USDA-ARS; Kenneth C. Stone, USDA-ARS; John Andrae, Clemson University; Warren Busscher, USDA-ARS
Poster #717
Establishing a Fall Harvest Window for Switchgrass Based On Optimum Decline In Phosphorus and Potassium Levels In Shoots.
Jennifer Lane, University of Tennessee; Fred Allen, University of Tennessee; Carl Sams, University of Tennessee; Donald Tyler, University of Tennessee; William Hart, University of Tennessee; Jerome Grant, University of Tennessee
Poster #718
Effects of Biosolids Rates and Harvest Frequency on Switchgrass Yield and Biomass Feedstock Quality.
Xiaojun Liu, Virginia Tech; John Fike, Virginia Tech; John Galbraith, Virginia Tech; David Starner, Virginia Tech
Poster #719
Characterization of Ontario Crop Residue Yield and Nutrient Property Variability.
Katie L. Kendall, University of Guelph; Bill Deen, University of Guelph; Ian McDonald, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
Poster #720
Harvest Date Affects Herbage Composition and Methane Production From Switchgrass Grown In Eastern Canada.
Gilles Belanger, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Annie Claessens, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Philippe Savoie, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Gaetan Parent, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Annick Bertrand, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Gaetan Tremblay, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Daniel Massť, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Yan Gilbert, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Daniel Babineau, Groupe EBI
Poster #721
Cellulosic Ethanol Production of Forage Sorghum Under Deficit Irrigation.
Jonathan Cotton, Texas Tech University; Gloria Burow, USDA-ARS; Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Texas Tech University; Veronica Acosta-Martinez, USDA
Poster #722
Temporal Distribution of Major Pest and Benefical Insects On Bioenergy Crops In North Alabama.
Rufina Ward, Alabama A&M University; Ernst Cebert, Alabama A&M University; Kenneth Ward, Alabama A&M University