43 General Bioenergy Systems: I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems
This will be a general oral session with papers on bioenergy systems.

Bioenergy Systems Community

Monday, November 4, 2013: 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, Room 3

Community Leader:
William F. Anderson
Emily A. Heaton , Vijaya Gopal Kakani , Catherine Bonin and William F. Anderson
8:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:20 AM
Wind Erosion Potential From Oilseed Cropping Systems in the US Pacific Northwest.
Brenton S. Sharratt, USDA-ARS; William F. Schillinger, Washington State University
8:35 AM
Nutrient and Water Requirements for Elephantgrass Production As a Bio-Fuel Feedstock.
William F. Anderson, USDA-ARS; Joseph Knoll, USDA-ARS; Richard Lowrance, Southeast Watershed Research Lab, USDA-ARS; Timothy Strickland, USDA-ARS
8:50 AM
Evaluation of Potential Biofuel Crops for Hawaii.
Richard M. Ogoshi, University of Hawaii; Richard Kablan, University of Hawaii; Doug L. George, University of Queensland
9:05 AM
Influence of Landscape Position On Biomass Feedstock Productivity.
Danielle Marie Wilson, Iowa State University; Theodore Gunther, Soil and Water Conservation Society; Emily A. Heaton, Iowa State University; Lisa Schulte Moore, Iowa State University; William L Headlee, Iowa State University; Kenneth J. Moore, Iowa State University; Monika Maier, Iowa State University; Nicholas N. Boersma, Iowa State University
9:20 AM
Integrating Food and Fuel: How to Manage a 2G Crop Portfolio.
Emily A. Heaton, Iowa State University; Lisa Schulte Moore, Iowa State University; andrea monti, university of bologna; Marisol T. Berti, North Dakota State University
9:35 AM
Physiological Response of Woody and Herbaceous Biomass Feedstock Crops to Flooding.
Sougata Bardhan, University of Missouri; Shibu Jose, University of Missouri
9:50 AM
Development of An Integrated Biomass Production and Logistics Analysis System for the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Lloyd T Wilson, Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center; Yubin Yang, Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center; Jing Wang, Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center
10:05 AM
10:20 AM
Establishment of Short-Rotation Willow Crop on Claypan Soil Landscapes.
Dionthe Hingson, University of Missouri; Robert J. Kremer, USDA-ARS
10:35 AM
Evaluation of Large Scale Willow Biomass Crop Harvesting Using a Recently Developed Single-Pass Cut-and-Chip Harvest System.
Mark Eisenbies, SUNY College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry; Lawrence Abrahamson, SUNY-ESF; John Posselius, CNH America LLC; Jose L. Zerpa, Greenwood Resources; Timothy A. Volk, State University of New York; Rich Shuren, Greenwood Resources
10:50 AM
Harvest Timing and Switchgrass Quality in Tennessee.
Jason P. de Koff, Tennessee State University; Abimbola Allison, Tennessee State University
11:05 AM
Biofuel Potential and Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Corn Grain, Stover, and Switchgrass On Marginal Land.
Marty R. Schmer, USDA-ARS; Kenneth P. Vogel, Grain, Forage, and Bioenergy Research Unit, USDA-ARS; Gary E. Varvel, USDA-ARS; Ronald F. Follett, Soil Plant Nutrient Research, USDA-ARS; Robert B. Mitchell, USDA-ARS; Virginia L. Jin, USDA-ARS
11:20 AM
Corn Stover Biofuel Potential and Nutrient Removal Across the Southeastern US.
Spyridon Mourtzinis, Auburn University; Keri B Cantrell, USDA-ARS-Coastal Plains Research Center; Francisco J. Arriaga, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kipling S. Balkcom, USDA-ARS; Jeffrey M. Novak, USDA-ARS; James R. Frederick, Clemson University; Douglas L. Karlen, USDA-ARS National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment
11:35 AM
The Effect of Propagation Method on the Morphology of Miscanthus x Giganteus.
Nicholas N. Boersma, Iowa State University; Emily A. Heaton, Iowa State University
11:50 AM
A Multi-State Analysis of Miscanthus x Giganteus With Nitrogen Fertilization.
Morgan P. Davis, Iowa State University; Mark B. David, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Thomas B. Voigt, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Evan H. DeLucia, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
12:05 PM
Lunch Break
1:00 PM
Salt Tolerance of Panicum Virgatum and Spartina Pectinata.
Eric K. Anderson, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Thomas B. Voigt, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign; Dokyoung Lee, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
1:15 PM
1:30 PM
Miscanthus Sacchariflorus – Biofuel Parent Or New Weed?.
Catherine Bonin, Iowa State University; Emily A. Heaton, Iowa State University; Jessica Barb, Iowa State University
1:45 PM
Energycane Harvest Date Effects On Biomass, Sugar, and Fiber Yields.
Paul M. White Jr., USDA-ARS; Ryan Viator, USDA-ARS Sugarcane Research Unit; Charles L Webber III, USDA-ARS Sugarcane Research Unit; Giovanna Aita, Audubon Sugar Institute - LSU AgCenter
2:00 PM
2:15 PM
Mineral Composition and Biomass Partitioning of Sweet Sorghum Grown for Bioenergy in the Southeastern USA.
Maninderpal Singh, University of Florida; John E. Erickson, University of Florida; Lynn E. Sollenberger, University of Florida; Kenneth Woodard, University of Florida; Joao Vendramini, UF/IFAS Range Cattle Research and Education Center; Jeffrey Robert Fedenko, University of Florida
2:30 PM
Varietal Differences and the Impact of Drought Stress On Bioenergy Traits of Forage and Sweet Sorghum.
Marie F.S. Turner, Colorado State University; Sally M. Sauer, Colorado State University; Kevin J. Larson, Colorado State University; Jerry J. Johnson, Colorado State University; Courtney E. Jahn, Colorado State University
2:45 PM
Clover and Cowpea Impacts On Biomass Yield, SOC, and Soil Total N in a High-Biomass Sorghum Production System.
Clark B. Neely, Washington State University; Francis M. Rouquette Jr., Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Cristine L. S. Morgan, Soil Health Institute; Gerald R. Smith, Texas Agrilife Research; Frank M. Hons, Texas A&M University; William L. Rooney, Texas A&M University
3:00 PM