62 Bioenergy Systems Community: II

Poster Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems Bioenergy Systems Community


Bioenergy Systems
Monday, October 17, 2011: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Hall C

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Poster #710
Production of Napiergrass (Pennisetum purpureum Schum) for Bioenergy Under Organic Versus Inorganic Fertilization In the Southeast USA.
Joseph E. Knoll, USDA-ARS; William Anderson, USDA ARS; Timothy Strickland, USDA ARS; Robert Hubbard, USDA ARS
Poster #711
Bioenergy Cropping Systems for Food, Feed, Fuel, and Soil.
David Archer, USDA-ARS; Marty Schmer, USDA-ARS; Mark Liebig, USDA-ARS; Scott Kronberg, USDA-ARS; Kristine Nichols, USDA-ARS
Poster #712
Field-Scale Yield of Switchgrass Under Varying Nitrogen Management Treatments In New York State.
Hilary Mayton, Cornell University; Julie Hansen, Cornell University; Ryan Crawford, Cornell University; Jamie Crawford, Cornell University; Donald Viands, Cornell University
Poster #713
Soybean Growth and Development Following Corn Stover Removal for Biofuel In a Corn-Soybean Rotation.
Kellar E. Nelson, University of Missouri; Deanna S. Boardman, University of Missouri; William J. Wiebold, University of Missouri
Poster #714
High-Resolution Sustainability Assessment of Bioenergy Production In Central Wisconsin.
Shujiang Kang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Wilfred Post, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Dali Wang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jeff Nichols, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Roberto C. Izaurralde, Battelle Pacific NW Lab.; Xuesong Zhang, Battelle Pacific NW Lab.; David Manowitz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Poster #715
Nitrogen Use Efficiency and N-Remobilization In Switchgrass Cultivars.
Anserd J. Foster Jr., Oklahoma State University; Mohamed Fahej, Oklahoma State University; Yanqi Wu, Oklahoma State University; Vijaya Gopal Kakani, Oklahoma State University
Poster #716
Seasonal Changes In Growth and Morphological Characteristics of Bioenergy Grasses In the USA Gulf Coast Region.
Chaein Na, University of Florida; Lynn E. Sollenberger, University of Florida; John E. Erickson, University of Florida; Kenneth R. Woodard, University of Florida; Nicholas C. Krueger, University of Florida; Joao Vendramini, University of Florida; Maria Lucia L. Silveira, University of Florida
Poster #717
Harvest Frequency and Timing Affect Perennial Bioenergy Grass Yield and Composition.
Chaein Na, University of Florida; Lynn E. Sollenberger, University of Florida; John E. Erickson, University of Florida; Kenneth R. Woodard, University of Florida; Miguel S. Castillo, University of Florida; Maria Lucia L. Silveira, University of Florida; Joao Vendramini, University of Florida
Poster #718
Integrating Winter Canola Into Dairy Crop Rotations.
Heather Karsten, Pennsylvania State University; Glenna Malcolm, Pennsylvania State University; Douglas Beegle, Pennsylvania State University; William Curran, Pennsylvania State University; Curtis Dell, USDA-ARS; Peter Kleinman, USDA-ARS; Thomas Richard, The Pennsylvania State University; Virginia Ishler, The Pennsylvania State University; John Tooker, The Pennsylvania State University; Ronald Hoover, Pennsylvania State University
Poster #719
Yield, Yield Distribution, and Forage Quality of Warm-Season Perennial Grasses Grown for Pasture or Biofuel In South Central Oklahoma.
James Rogers, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Jagadeesh Mosali, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Frank Motal, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Poster #720
Evaluation of New Oilseed Crops for Biofuel In California.
Jimin Zhang, University of California, Davis; Robert Hutmacher, University of California, Davis; Stephen Kaffka, University of California, Davis
Poster #721
Soil Temperature, Moisture, and Canopy Closure of Miscanthus x Giganteus At Four Different Ages.
Andy P. Wycislo, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Thomas B. Voigt, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Poster #722
Poultry Litter Effects On Switchgrass and Sorghum Biomass Yield and Macronutrient Removal.
Charles West, University of Arkansas; B. C. Grigg, University of Arkansas; C. A. Guerber, University of Arkansas; Rodney Farris, Oklahoma State University; Kristofor R. Brye, University of Arkansas
Poster #723
Grow Camelina As a Winter Crop In Tennessee.
Guorong Zhang, Tennessee State University; Diana Kiser, Tennessee State University
Poster #724
Early Competition for Soil Resources Beneath Dual-Cropped Loblolly Pine and Switchgrass Plantations.
Kurt J. Krapfl, Mississippi State University; Jeff Hatten, Mississippi State University; Scott D. Roberts, Mississippi State University
Poster #725
Discovery of a Novel Naturally Occurring Cytotype of Prairie Cordgrass, Spartina Pectinata Link.
Sumin Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; A. Lane Rayburn, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Allen Parrish, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Dokyoung Lee, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
Poster #726
Salt Tolerance In a Polyploid Series of Prairie Cordgrass (Spartina pectinata).
Sumin Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Thomas B. Voigt, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; A. Lane Rayburn, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Dokyoung Lee, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
Poster #727
Harvest Regimen and Nitrogen Fertilization Affect Cellulosic Biomass Production in Native Warm-Season Perennial Grasses.
Harley D. Naumann, Texas A&M University; James P. Muir, Texas AgriLife Research-Stephenville; Angela E. Lee, Tarleton State University; John L. Reilley, USDA NRCS; John R. Bow, Texas AgriLife Research-Stephenville; Barry D. Lambert, Tarleton State University; Texas AgriLife Research-Stephenville
Poster #728
Nitrogen and Harvest Management for Switchgrass Quantity and Quality.
Matthew Ruark, UW Madison; Kolby Bray-Hoagland, UW Madison; Mack Naber, UW Madison
Poster #729
Genotypic Variation in the Amino Acid Profiles of Miscanthus Rhizomes During Autumn Acclimation.
Bill Deen, University of Guelph; Katherine Withers, University of Guelph
Poster #730
Nitrogen Leaching Loss After Anaerobic Digestate Application to Biogas Cropping Systems.
Nikolai Svoboda, Christian-Albrechts-University; Antje Herrmann, Christian-Albrechts-University; Babette Wienforth, Christian-Albrechts-University; Henning Kage, Christian-Albrechts-University; Susanne Ohl, Christian-Albrechts-University; Eberhard Hartung, Christian-Albrechts-University; Christof Kluss, Christian-Albrechts-University; Friedhelm Taube, Christian-Albrechts-University
Poster #731
Broad Sense Heritability of Bioenergy Traits In 50 Switchgrass Clones Grown On Marginal Land.
Laura Cortese, Rutgers University; Stacy Bonos, Rutgers University
Poster #732
Biomass Characteristics of 14 Switchgrass Cultivars Grown In Marginal Vs. Prime Soil.
Stacy Bonos, Rutgers Univeristy; Sergio Sosa, Rutgers University; Michael Casler, USDA-ARS; Paul R. Adler, USDA-ARS; Arvid Boe, South Dakota State University; Hilary Mayton, Cornell University; Calvin Ernst, Ernst Conservation Seeds; Greg Kedzierski, Ernst Conservation Seeds LLP; John Armstrong, Ohio Seed Improvement Assoc.
Poster #733
Poster #734
Effects of Seeding Rates On Sorghum Quality As a Bionergy Feedstock.
Wayne H. Thompson, The Texas Agrilife Extension Service; Juerg M. Blumenthal, The Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Robert W. Myatt, Texas Agrilife Research; Szilvia Zilahi-Sebess, Texas A&M University
Poster #736
Radiation and Water Use Efficiencies of Bioenergy Cropping Systems.
Babette Wienforth, Christian-Albrechts-University; Antje Herrmann, Christian-Albrechts-University; Friedhelm Taube, Christian-Albrechts-University; Henning Kage, Christian-Albrechts-University
Poster #737
Establishment-Phase Productivity of Biomass Cropping Systems In the Upper Midwest.
Gregg R. Sanford, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Poonam Jasrotia, Michigan State University; Joe Simmons, Michigan State University; Peter Hudy, Michigan State University; Joshua Posner, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Kurt Thelen, Michigan State University; Phil Robertson, Michigan State University; Randall Jackson, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Poster #738
Establishment of Switchgrass In Corn Influenced by Switchgrass Variety and Landscape Position.
Theodore P. Gunther, Iowa State University; Kenneth Moore, Iowa State University
Poster #739
Genotype and Soil Fertility Influence On Jatropha Oil Yield.
Joshua Neipp, University of Hawaii; Richard Ogoshi, University of Hawaii; Goro Uehara, University of Hawaii; Harold Keyser, University of Hawaii
Poster #740
Tailoring Extension Education Efforts to Region-Specific Oilseed Production Zones In Washington State.
Karen Sowers, Washington State University; Dennis Roe, Washington State University; William Pan, Washington State University
Poster #741
The Roots of Energy: Exploring Sustainable Bioenergy Crop Production Practices by Understanding Rooting Characteristics of Candidate Crops.
Ajay Bhardwaj, Michigan State University; Jessica S. Teli, Bemidji State University; Kevin Kahmark, MSU-Kellogg Biological Station; Poonam Jasrotia, Michigan State University; Alvin Smucker, Michigan State University; Stephen K. Hamilton, Michigan State University; G. Philip Robertson, W. K Kellogg Biological Station and Dept. of Crop & Soil Sciences
Poster #742
Poster #743
Tropical Forage Biomass As An Alternative Source for Ethanol Production.
Marcelo A. Carvalho, Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation (Embrapa); Cristina Maria M. Machado, Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation (Embrapa); Francisco D. Fernandes, Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation (Embrapa); Silvia B. Gonçalves, Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation (Embrapa); Allan Kardec B. Ramos, Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation (Embrapa); Simone Mendonça, Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation (Embrapa)