32 Symposium-- National Student Research Symposium Poster Contest

Poster Session
Students of Agronomy, Soils and Environmental Sciences (SASES) This contest develops the ability of students to conduct research and competitively present those research findings to judges in Cincinnati.


Z00 Students of Agronomy, Soils and Environmental Sciences (SASES)
Monday, October 22, 2012: 9:30 AM-11:00 AM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Exhibit Hall AB, Level 1

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Aaron Daigh
Katrina Sudbeck and Trevor J. Frank
Poster #100
Soil Productivity Does CSR2 or Bonitas Work Better in Iowa?.
Rachel Owen, Iowa State University; Lee Burras, Iowa State University
Poster #103
Modeling Soil Addition Profiles of Carbon, Nitrogen, Lead and Manganese Across a Climate Gradient.
Nina Bingham, The Pennsylvania State University; Ashlee Dere, The Pennsylvania State University; Elizabeth Herndon, The Pennsylvania State University; Susan M. Brantley, The Pennsylvania State University
Poster Presentation
  • SSSA Poster Final.pdf (1.1 MB)
  • Poster #104
    Plant Growth Response to Compost Containing Degraded Polylactic Acid (PLA) Cups.
    Sarah Kogler, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point; Waneta Kratz, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point; Robert Michitsch, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
    Poster #105
    Potential Contributions of Legume Cover Crop Root Biomass to Labile Organic Matter Pools.
    Jacob Rutz, North Carolina State University; Julie Grossman, North Carolina State University; Arun Jani, North Carolina State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Jacob_final.pdf (14.5 MB)
  • Poster #106
    A Comparison of the Effect of Agriculture and Forest Land Use On Soil Quality.
    Taylor Hendricks, Wesley College; Bruce E. Allison, Wesley College
    Poster #107
    Quantifying the Effects of Land Use On Water Quality At the Watershed Level Using N-SPECT.
    Eric H. Buehl, Wesley College; Bruce Allison, Wesley College
    Poster #108
    Comparison of Alfalfa Yields Under Different Irrigation Rates in Southeast Idaho.
    Eric D. Larsen, Brigham Young University-Idaho; Cody Searle, Brigham Young University-Idaho; Gregory Blaser, Brigham Young University - Idaho
    Poster #109
    Evaluation of Different Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay Test Kits for Detection of Wheat Spindle Streak Mosaic Virus.
    Jordan Gatlin, Oklahoma State University; Jennifer D. Olson, Oklahoma State University
    Poster #110
    Comparing Chlorophyll Meter Readings to Petiole Nitrogen for N Management in Potatoes.
    Gregory M. Bean, Brigham Young University-Idaho; Rachelle Tolman, Brigham Young University-Idaho; Jared D. Williams, Brigham Young University-Idaho
    Poster #111
    Poster #112
    Effects of Early-Season Lactofen Herbicide Treatment On Development and Yield of Soybean.
    Taylor D. Dill, Pioneer Hi-Bred; Jarrod T. Hardke, Pioneer Hi-Bred; Robert L. Rorie, Pioneer Hi-Bred
    Poster #113
    More Energy for Higher Yields.
    Cody J. Schneider, Iowa State University Agronomy Club
    Poster #114
    Effect of Planting Date On Cotton Growth, Yield, and Fiber Quality.
    Catherine H. Clement, University of Tennessee at Martin; Christopher L. Main, University of Tennessee
    Poster Presentation
  • clement.ASA.poster.2012.pdf (10.7 MB)
  • Poster #115
    The Use of GPS and Veris to Determine Yield Using Soil Electrical Conductivity.
    Jenna Lisowe, University of Wisconsin - River Falls
    Poster #116
    Effect of Relative Maturity and Seeding Rate On Soybean Yield and Yield Components.
    Brett Cross, University of Tennessee-Martin; Eric R. Walker, University of Tennessee at Martin; F. Wesley W. Totten, The University of Tennessee at Martin
    Poster #117
    Preliminary Evaluation of Equisetum Hymale As a Bioaccumulator of Al, B, Zn and Fe.
    Garrett Hargiss, Northwest Missouri State University; Jamie Patton, Northwest Missouri State University; Karen Schaffer, Northwest Missouri State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Undergraduate Research Poster.pdf (2.0 MB)
  • Poster #118
    Evaluation of Cotton Varieties for Plant Yield and Fiber Response to Irrigation.
    Morgan Warren, University of Tennessee at Martin; Christopher L. Main, University of Tennessee
    Poster #119
    Bermudagrass Growth in Hydraulic-Fracturing-Drilling-Fluid-Contaminated Soil.
    Douglas Wolf, University of Arkansas; Kristofor R. Brye, University of Arkansas
    Poster Presentation
  • asaposterdougFINAL.pdf (378.4 kB)
  • Poster #120
    Variation in Soil Texture and Microbial Biomass Across An Iowa Agricultural Landscape.
    Elyssa McFarland, Iowa State University; Sarah Hargreaves, Iowa State University; Alice Milne, Rothamsted Research; Kirsten Hofmockel, Iowa State University
    Poster #121
    Plant Density and Equidistant Spacing Effects On Tuber Yield and Tuber Size in Red Norland Potatoes.
    Daniel Jamison, Brigham Young University - Rexburg, ID; Jared D. Williams, Brigham Young University-Idaho; Blake Willis, Brigham Young University - BYU
    Poster #122
    Comparison of Phosphorus Uptake in Corn Using MAP+Avail and MAP Fertilizers in a High pH Soil.
    Brock Leonard, Brigham Young University-Idaho; Jared D. Williams, Brigham Young University-Idaho
    Poster #123
    Effect of N Fertilizer On Nodulation, Yield, and Quality of Alfalfa.
    Jeremy T. Matson, Brigham Young University-Idaho; Jared D. Williams, Brigham Young University-Idaho
    Poster #124
    Effect of Agronomic Management Practices On Soil Microbial Biomass Carbon and Nitrogen Under Bioenergy Sorghum Production.
    Christina Barrera, Texas A&M University; Joseph Storlien, Texas A&M University; Frank Hons, Texas A&M University
    Poster #128
    Risk Analysis in Growing Season Length for Kansas, USA.
    Sriram Perumal, Kansas State University; Aavudai Anandhi, Kansas State University; Charles Rice, Kansas State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Sriram ASA Poster 2012VFinal.pdf (595.8 kB)