65 Applied Soybean Research: I (includes graduate student oral competition)

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems
Worldwide, soybean is one of the most important crops for human and animal consumption. Soybean production is supported by a large community of soybean researchers and Extension Specialists in nearly every soybean producing state in the US and worldwide.  These researchers have a history of communication and collaboration. This ASA sanctioned community will help enhance this interaction by hosting this oral session This community is focused on fostering communication among applied soybean researchers worldwide to further the science that supports modern soybean production. Although soybean exists in diverse cropping systems, the physiology of this unique crop requires specialized research.

Sponsored by Winfield/Land O' Lakes


Applied Soybean Research Community

Agronomic Production Systems

Applied Soybean Research Community

Monday, November 16, 2015: 10:00 AM-3:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, 102 A

Community Leader:
Nathan D. Mueller
Nathan D. Mueller and Shaun Casteel
Nathan D. Mueller and Shaun Casteel
10:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:05 AM
Potential Pathogenicity of Pin Nematode on Soybean.
Katharine Ankrom, Ohio State University; Laura Lindsey, Ohio State University; Terry Niblack, The Ohio State Univeristy; Steven Kent Harrison, The Ohio State Univeristy; Timothy Zak Ralston, The Ohio State Univeristy
10:20 AM
Wheat Residue Management for Soybean Production on the Northern Frontier.
Greg Bartley, University of Manitoba; Yvonne Lawley, University of Manitoba
10:35 AM
Determining Yield Limiting Factors in Ohio Soybean Production.
Aaron Brooker, Michigan State University; Laura Lindsey, Ohio State University; Steven Culman, Ohio State University; Peter R. Thomison, Ohio State University; Sakthi Kumaran Subburayalu, Central State University
10:50 AM
Soybean Yield Response to Natural Soil Salinity Gradients in Richland County, North Dakota.
Kirsten Butcher, North Dakota State University; Abbey Foster Wick, North Dakota State University; Tom DeSutter, North Dakota State University; Jason Harmon, North Dakota State University; Deirdre Prischmann-Voldseth, NDSU
11:05 AM
Response of Soybean Varieties to Manganese Foliar Fertilizer Application.
Sin Joe Ng, The Ohio State University; Laura Lindsey, Ohio State University; James D. Bethel, The Ohio State University; John Grusenmeyer, The Ohio State University
11:20 AM
Soybean Planting Dates and Plant Populations at the Northern Frontier.
Cassandra Tkachuk, University of Manitoba; Yvonne Lawley, University of Manitoba; Michael Ostlie, NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center
11:35 AM
Lunch Break
1:00 PM
Tillage and Rye Cover Crop Effect on Infiltration and Irrigation Application Efficiency in the Mid-South.
Corey Bryant, Mississippi State University; L. Jason Krutz, Mississippi State University; Martin A. Locke, USDA-ARS; Wade Steinriede Jr., USDA-ARS
1:15 PM
Persistence, Infectiveness, and Effectiveness of Bradyrhizobium Japonicum in Soybeans (Glycine max L.).
Heather L. Dose, North Dakota State University; Ann-Marie Fortuna, North Dakota State University; Ezra Aberle, North Dakota State University; Robert J. Goos, North Dakota State University; Jasper M Teboh, North Dakota State University; Blaine G Schatz, North Dakota State University
1:30 PM
Revamping Soybean Nutrient Uptake, Partitioning, and Removal Data of Modern High Yielding Genetics and Production Practices.
Adam P. Gaspar, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Carrie A.M. Laboski, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Seth L. Naeve, University of Minnesota; Shawn P. Conley, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1:45 PM
Planting Date Effect on Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome Development and Yield Loss.
David A. Marburger, Oklahoma State University; Damon L. Smith, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Shawn P. Conley, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2:15 PM
Edamame Cultivar Evaluation for Central Alabama.
Charles Z. Ogles, Auburn University; Elizabeth A. Guertal, Auburn University; David B. Weaver, Auburn University
2:45 PM
Impact of Planting Date and Maturity Group on Mid-South Soybean Production.
Clinton Wood, Mississippi State University; L. Jason Krutz, Mississippi State University
3:00 PM