187 Matching Research with Industry Needs to Meet Bioenergy Targets: I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems This session will highlight research in bionergy with specific emphasis on the critical information that is needed today to meet bioenergy targets.


Bioenergy Systems Community
Tuesday, October 23, 2012: 7:55 AM-12:00 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Room 208, Level 2

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Community Leader:
Emily Heaton
Emily Heaton
8:00 AM
8:15 AM
Energy Beets As Year Round Bioenergy Feedstock for Southern Great Plains.
Vijaya Gopal Kakani, Oklahoma State University; Chad Godsey, Oklahoma State University; Pradeep Wagle, Oklahoma State University; Anserd J. Foster Jr., Oklahoma State University; Aparna Kakani, Oklahoma State University; Raghuveer Sripathi, Oklahoma State University; Arjun Pandey, Oklahoma State University
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
Agronomic and Soil Management Lessons Learned Planting 13,000 Acres of Miscanthus in the U.S. Midwest.
Eric Allphin, MFA Oil Biomass; Newell Kitchen, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems and Water Quality Unit; Jared Wilmes, MFA Oil Biomass; Brent Myers, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems and Water Quality Unit
9:00 AM
Biomimetic Cell Wall Model Studies to Identify New Lignin Bioengineering Targets for Improving Biomass Susceptibility to Pretreatment and Enzymatic Saccharification.
John H. Grabber, USDA-ARS; Yuki Tobimatsu, University of Wisconsin; Sasikumar Elumalai, University of Wisconsin; Xuejun Pan, University of Wisconsin; John Ralph, University of Wisconsin
9:15 AM
Biomass Yield, Bioenergy Trait Characteristics, and Cell-Wall Composition of Dryland Sweet Pearl Millet Grown At Multiple Locations in Colorado.
Courtney E. Jahn, Colorado State University; Marie F. Turner, Colorado State University; Sally Sauer, Colorado State University; Joe E. Brummer, Colorado State University; Gregory McMaster, USDA-ARS; Gerald Buchleiter, USDA-ARS, Water Management Research Unit; Jerry Johnson, Colorado State University
9:30 AM
The 1000 Gallon Per Acre Protocol.
Charles L. Deichman, Deichman Consulting
9:45 AM
Wheat-Based Crop Rotations for Camelina Sativa Oilseed Bioenergy Feedstock Production in Central Montana.
Chengci Chen, Montana State University; Anton Bekkerman, Montana State University
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
Germination and Emergence in Three Switchgrass Cultivars Divergently Selected for Seed Weight.
Laura Cortese, Rutgers University; Stacy A. Bonos, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
10:30 AM
Effects of Biosolids Application and Harvest Management On Switchgrass Biomass Production and Biofuel Feedstock Quality.
Xiaojun Liu, Virginia Tech; John Fike, Virginia Tech; John Galbraith, Virginia Tech; Gregory Evanylo, Virginia Tech
10:45 AM
Energetic Analysis of a Diverse Dairy Operation, Producing Fuel, Feed, and Forage As Compared to a Typical Dairy Operation of the Same Size.
Glenna Malcolm, Pennsylvania State University; Gustavo Camargo, Pennsylvania State University; Thomas L. Richard, Pennsylvania State University; Heather Karsten, Pennsylvania State University
11:00 AM
Changes in Potential Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Mineralization: A Multistate Analysis of Miscanthus x Giganteus Under Nitrogen Fertilizer Treatments.
Morgan Davis, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Mark B. David, University of Illinois; Thomas Voigt, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Corey Mitchell, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
11:15 AM
Production of Bioenergy Crops On Swine Effluent Spray Fields.
Ronald Gehl, North Carolina State University; Matthew Veal, North Carolina State University; Mari Chinn, North Carolina State University; Adam Heitman, North Carolina State University; Jeremy Smith, North Carolina State University
11:45 AM
Cellulosic Ethanol Production From Warm-Season Perennial Grasses.
Joseph Knoll, USDA-ARS; R. Dewey Lee, University of Georgia - Tifton; William Anderson, USDA ARS; Jennifer M. Johnson, University of Georgia
12:00 PM