240 Semiarid Dryland Cropping Systems: I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems

Semi-Arid Dryland Cropping Systems Community

Semiarid Dryland Cropping Systems Community

Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 12:55 PM-4:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, L100 C

Community Leaders:
William F. Schillinger and Perry R. Miller
William F. Schillinger and Perry R. Miller
William F. Schillinger and Perry R. Miller
12:55 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:00 PM
Wheat and Grain Sorghum in Four-Year Rotations.
Alan J. Schlegel, Kansas State University; Lucas A. Haag, Kansas State University; Curtis R. Thompson, Kansas State University
1:30 PM
Simulating Long-Term Impact of Crop Management in Soil Organic Carbon Using Daycent Model.
Prakriti Bista, Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University; Stephen Machado, Oregon State University; Rajan Ghimire, New Mexico State University
1:45 PM
Cropsyst-Microbasin Model As a Tool to Inform Variable-Rate Nitrogen Management and Dryland Farm Profitability.
Nicole K Ward, University of Idaho; Fidel Maureira, Washington State University; Erin Brooks, University of Idaho; Matt Yourek, University of Idaho; Claudio O. Stockle, Washington State University
2:00 PM
Impacts of Long-Term No-Tillage on Soil Organic Carbon and pH in the Northern Great Plains.
Patrick M. Carr, Montana State University; Richard D. Horsley, North Dakota State University; Eric C. Brevik, Dickinson State University; Glenn B. Martin, North Dakota State University
2:15 PM
Long-Term Impact of Two Native Shrub Cropping Systems on Yield, Carbon Sequestration, and Soil Nutrient Dynamics in Degraded Agroecosystems of Senegal.
Matthew B. H. Bright, The Ohio State University; Ibrahima Diedhiou, Institut Sénégalais de Recherches Agricoles; Roger Bayala, ISRA; Lydie Lardy, Institut de recherche pour le développement; Yacine Ndour, Institute of Research for Development; Richard P. Dick, The Ohio State University
2:30 PM
2:45 PM
Cropping Systems Influence Yield, Protein Concentration and Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Wheat.
Yesuf Assen Mohammed, Montana State University; Chengci Chen, Montana State University
3:00 PM
Impact of No-till in Cotton-Sorghum Crop Rotations in a Semi-Arid Environment.
Matthew Bean, Texas A&M University; Jamie L. Foster, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Cristine L. S. Morgan, Texas A&M University; Gaylon D. Morgan, Texas A&M University; Rabi Mohtar, Texas A&M University
3:15 PM
Adaptability of Northern Plains Solid Stemmed Wheat to Northwest Kansas.
Lucas A. Haag, Kansas State University; Jeanne Falk Jones, K-State Research & Extension; Alan J. Schlegel, Kansas State University
3:30 PM
Winter Triticale: Promising New Crop for Washington's Winter Wheat-Fallow Region.
William F. Schillinger, Washington State University; Kathleen Marie Painter, University of Idaho
3:45 PM
Growing Sorghum and Corn in Clumps As a Strategy to Improve Microclimate, Grain Yield and Harvest Index.
Sushil Thapa, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Amarillo; B. A. Stewart, West Texas A&M University; Qingwu Xue, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center; Yuanquan Chen, China Agriculutural University; Pramod Pokhrel, Texas A&M University; Timber Barkley, West Texas A&M University
4:00 PM