292 General Organic Management Systems: III (includes graduate student competition)

Poster Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems
This is a general, poster session for papers related to organic management systems.

Organic Management Systems Community

Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

Erin Silva
Poster #120
Nitrogen Credits from Cover Crops in Organic Vegetable Production.
Julia W. Gaskin, University of Georgia-Athens; David E. Kissel, University of Georgia; Miguel L. Cabrera, University of Georgia-Athens; Katie Chatham, University of Georgia
Poster Presentation
  • N Calculator ASA Poster 11-6-2015.pdf (444.5 kB)
  • Poster #121
    Identifying Regionally Adapted Winter Pea Genotypes That Maximize Grain, Forage, and Cover Crop Potential in the Southeast USA.
    Rachel A. Atwell, North Carolina State University; S. Chris Reberg-Horton, NC State University; Steven B Mirsky, USDA-ARS; Miguel S. Castillo, North Carolina State University; Rebecca J McGee, USDA ARS
    Poster #122
    Nitrogen Mineralization and Yield Components in Organic Rice in Relation to Soil Amendment.
    Mariana Valdez Velarca, Texas A&M University; Jingqi Guo, Texas Agrilife Research-Beaumont; Fugen Dou, Texas Agrilife Research-Beaumont; Terry J. Gentry, Texas A&M University
    Poster #123
    Comparison of Soybean Breeding and Variety Performance Between Conventional and Organic Production Systems in Ontario.
    Torin Boyle, University of Guelph; Ralph C Martin, University of Guelph; Istvan Rajcan, University of Guelph
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA poster-final.pdf (1.7 MB)
  • Poster #124
    Organic Lawn Care Research on Home Turf.
    Joseph Heckman, Rutgers University
    Poster #125
    Productivity and Nutrient Cycling Comparisons of Perennial and Annual Forage Systems for Organic Dairy.
    Sharon Lachnicht Weyers, USDA-ARS; Bradley Heins, University of Minnesota
    Poster #127
    Nutrient and Weed Management in Organic Corn No-till Systems.
    Gladis M. Zinati, Rodale Institute; Jeffrey W Moyer, Rodale Institute; Rae Moore, Rodale Institute
    Poster #200
    Screening Cowpea Cultivars for Resistance to Charcoal Rot (Macrophomina phaseolina) for Organic Production.
    Samantha Hill, University of Tennessee, Plant Sciences; Alemu Mengistu, USDA-ARS; David Verbree, University of Tennessee - Knoxville; David M. Butler, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
    Poster #201
    Factors Influencing Soil Inorganic Nitrogen Levels in an Organic Vegetable Cropping Rotation Study.
    Graeme Baird, University of California-Santa Cruz; Joji Muramoto, University of California-Santa Cruz; Margherita Zavatta, UC Santa Cruz; Carol Shennan, UC Santa Cruz
    Poster #202
    Higher Soybean Planting Rates Increase Weed Suppression, Yields, and Profitability in Cover Crop-Based, Organic, No-till Soybean.
    Jeff Liebert, Cornell University; Matthew Ryan, Cornell University; Steven B Mirsky, USDA-ARS
    Poster #203
    Weed Management Decision-Making Among Organic Field Crop and Livestock Producers in the Northwestern U.S.
    Nicole Tautges, Washington State University; Jessica Goldberger, Washington State University; Ian C. Burke, Washington State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Survey Poster_Nicole.pdf (9.1 MB)
  • Poster #204
    Weed Management Lessons from the Cornell Organic Grain Cropping Systems Experiment.
    Margaret Ball, Cornell University-Crop & Soil Sciences; Brian Caldwell, Cornell University; Antonio DiTommaso, Cornell University; Laurie E. Drinkwater, Cornell University; Caroline Marschner, Cornell University; Charles L. Mohler, Cornell University; Matthew Ryan, Cornell University
    Poster #205
    On-Farm Soybean Variety Evaluation for Suitability to Organic and Transition to Organic Production in Southern Manitoba.
    Michelle K. Carkner, University of Manitoba; Martin H. Entz, University of Manitoba
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA Meetings Poster_MichelleCarkner.pdf (1.2 MB)
  • Poster #206
    Soil Quality in Zone Tilled Organic Field Corn Systems with Kura Clover Living Mulch.
    Peyton Ginakes, University of Minnesota
    Poster Presentation
  • Poster_PG_11.13.15.pdf (2.6 MB)
  • Poster #207
    Poster #208
    Effect of Irrigation Type on Soil Functions, Root Systems and Crop Nutrition in Organic Tomato and Corn.
    Caitlin A Peterson, University of California - Davis; Kaylie Marr, University of California Davis; Thais Soares, University of California Davis; Emma Torbert, University of California-Davis; Kate M. Scow, University of California-Davis; Amelie CM Gaudin, University of California Davis
    Poster #209
    Potential Carbon Sequestration and Nitrogen Cycling in Long Term Organic Management Systems.
    Arnab Bhowmik, Pennsylvania State University; Ann-Marie Fortuna, Washington State University; Larry J. Cihacek, North Dakota State University; Andy Bary, Washington State University; Patrick M. Carr, Montana State University; Craig G. Cogger, Washington State University
    Poster #210
    Organic Management of Heritage Winter Wheat Varieties in the Northeastern US.
    Michael Davis, Cornell University; Gregory W. Roth, Pennsylvania State University; Elizabeth Dyck, Organic Growers Research and Information Network; Steve Zwinger, North Dakota State University; Lisa Kissing Kucek, Cornell University; David Benscher, Cornell University; Brian Baker, Independent Consultant; Julie Dawson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Robert Perry, Northeast Organic Farmers Association of New York; Frank Kutka, Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society; June Russell, New York City Green Market; Mark E. Sorrells, Cornell University
    Poster Presentation
  • 2015 ASA Poster v1 working.pdf (1.4 MB)
  • Poster #211
    Can Organic Crop Production be a Potential N2O Mitigation Strategy?.
    Megan Westphal, University of Manitoba; Mario Tenuta, University of Manitoba; Martin H. Entz, University of Manitoba
    Poster #212
    Indoor Organics: Soil Nutrient Profiles in Organically Fertilized Greenhouse Media.
    Elizabeth Perkus, University of Minnesota; Carl Rosen, University of Minnesota; Julie Grossman, University of Minnesota; Mary Rogers, University of Minnesota; John Erwin, University of Minnesota