281 Long-Term Agricultural Research: A Means to Achieve Resilient Agricultural Production for the 21st Century and Beyond (Poster Session)

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Resilient long-term agricultural production is a topic of great importance. Increasing global population and growing demand for food, feed, fiber and energy will place additional stresses on already fragile agricultural and natural ecosystems. This proposal is for the development of the 16th Annual SWCS-SSSA Joint Symposium which would be held at the 2015 SWCS and SSSA annual meetings. Resilient long-term agricultural production is a topic of great importance and interest to both societies. In 1989, a symposium on long-term field research was organized at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA meeting. It seems appropriate that a quarter century later another symposium be organized to look back at what has been done, what is being done and a look forward to new opportunities for long-term experiments. Contemporary scientific and societal concerns of climate change, extreme weather variability, environmental quality (air and water), biodiversity, ecosystem services and profitable, sustainable and resilient food feed, fiber and energy production systems make such a symposium timely. This symposium will explore how new technologies and innovative means of improving crop production systems are being used or should be used in long-term agricultural research to meet future food, feed, fiber and energy needs. This symposium will explore how systems science can provide sound solutions and multiple options for decision making by producers and those involved in agri-business and conservation professions. Invited presentations will include an overview of contemporary long-term agricultural research and visions of future long-term agricultural research. A series of presentations will synthesize long-term agricultural research on discipline specific topics including: soil fertility, soil water, tillage, cropping systems, weeds, diseases and insects. This joint symposium will continue the tradition of cooperation between the two societies and will help create opportunities to disseminate information regarding solutions to new opportunities in soil and water management and conservation.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 3:30 PM-5:30 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

Jeffrey S. Strock
Jeffrey S. Strock
Poster #1511
Fertility Trends in 20 Years of Nutrient Drawdown and BMP at Wisconsin Cropping System Trials.
Dustin Sawyer, Rock River Laboratory; Phillip Barak, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Janet Hedtcke, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Joshua Posner, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Poster Presentation
  • tmp_24141-WICSTposter111215-167190476.pdf (1.4 MB)
  • Poster #1512
    Chemical Characterization of the Perennial Grain Intermediate Wheatgrass (Thinopyrum intermedium) for Food Applications.
    Baraem Ismail, University of Minnesota; Mirko Bunzel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT; Rachel Schendel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); Catrin Tyl, University of Minnesota
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA Poster edited.pdf (2.5 MB)
  • Poster #1514
    Changes in Soil Nutrient Levels over Time from Multiple Cropping Systems in the Centennial Rotation.
    M. Wayne Ebelhar, Mississippi State University; J. Larry Oldham, Mississippi State University
    Poster #1515
    Soil Fertility Dynamic on a Long Term Cropping Systems in the Northern Great Plains.
    Ezra Aberle, North Dakota State University; Joao Flores, North Dakota State University
    Poster #1516
    Effects of Controlled-Release Fertilizer on Corn-Corn and Corn-Soybean Rotations.
    Jorge A. Delgado, USDA-ARS; Ardell D. Halvorson, USDA-ARS; Stephen J. Del Grosso, USDA-ARS; Daniel K. Manter, USDA-ARS; Catherine E. Stewart, USDA-ARS
    Poster #1517
    Long-Term Research in Irrigated and Dry Land Agriculture: Crop Yields and Soil Properties.
    Emma Torbert, University of California-Davis; Amelie CM Gaudin, University of California-Davis; Kate M. Scow, University of California-Davis
    Poster Presentation
  • RR SSSA poster final.pdf (1.4 MB)
  • Poster #1518
    Long-Term Research with Semi-Arid Irrigated Corn: What Have We Learned and What Now?.
    Stephen J. Del Grosso, USDA-ARS; Ardell D. Halvorson, USDA-ARS; Catherine E. Stewart, USDA-ARS; Jorge A. Delgado, USDA-ARS; Daniel K. Manter, USDA-ARS
    Poster #1519
    A New Approach to a Long-Term Agricultural Research Network in Minnesota.
    Gregg A. Johnson, University of Minnesota; Forrest izuno, University of Minnesota; Robert Ford Denison, University of Minnesota; Jeffrey S. Strock, University of Minnesota
    Poster Presentation
  • ASAPoster2015 V3.pdf (33.8 MB)
  • Poster #1520
    Long Term Wheat Fertility Trials at Oklahoma State University.
    Ryan Schlobohm, Oklahoma State University; Sulochana Dhital, Oklahoma State University; William R. Raun, Oklahoma State University
    Poster #1521
    Systems Approach Critical to Agroecosystems Management.
    Lucretia A. Sherrod, USDA-ARS; Laj Ahuja, Agricultural Systems Research Unit; Meagan E. Schipanski, Colorado State University; Gary A. Peterson, Colorado State University
    Poster Presentation
  • 2015 ASA_Systems Approach-1521.pdf (1.2 MB)
  • Poster #1522
    Dryland Systems Yields over 24 Years As Impacted By Potential ET Site and Soil Landscape Position.
    Lucretia A. Sherrod, USDA-ARS; Laj Ahuja, Agricultural Systems Research Unit; Meagan E. Schipanski, Colorado State University; Gary A. Peterson, Colorado State University
    Poster Presentation
  • 2015 ASA_Yield-Poster 1522.pdf (1.2 MB)
  • Poster #1523
    Assessing Yield Stability in Long-Term Trials.
    Ellen Mallory, University of Maine; Sieglinde S. Snapp, Michigan State University
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA 2015 Yield Stability Poster.pdf (164.8 kB)
  • Poster #1524
    Long-Term Agroecological Research at the USDA-ARS Farming Systems Project, Beltsville, Maryland.
    Michel A. Cavigelli, USDA-ARS; John R. Teasdale, USDA-ARS; John Spargo, Ag Analytical Services Lab; Steven B Mirsky, USDA-ARS; Harry H. Schomberg, USDA-ARS; Jude E Maul, USDA-ARS
    Poster #1525
    The Legacy of the Morrow Plots:the Plot Thickens.
    Michelle Wander, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
    Poster #1526
    Estimating a Soil Quality Index with Visible Near-Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy.
    Kristen Sloan Veum, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems & Water Quality Research Unit; Kenneth A Sudduth, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems & Water Quality Research Unit; Robert J. Kremer, University of Missouri; Newell R Kitchen, USDA-ARS
    Poster #1527
    A Quarter Century of a Tillage-Rotation-Nitrogen Rate Study in Nebraska.
    Charles A. Shapiro, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Ankit Shekhar, University of Nebraska
    Poster Presentation
  • SPEI TR ASA2015.pdf (1.2 MB)
  • Poster #1528
    Yield, and Nutrient and Soil Loss Comparisons of Long-Term Tillage and Management System Trials:NC.
    Deanna L. Osmond, North Carolina State University; Greg D. Hoyt, North Carolina State University; Joshua Edgell, NC State University; Erika Larsen, US- EPA (Environmental Protection Agency); Julie Grossman, University of Minnesota
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA Poster Osmond 2015 Organic.11.10.2015.pdf (1.3 MB)
  • Poster #1529
    Dryland Soil Chemical Properties and Crop Yields Affected By Long-Term Tillage and Cropping Sequence.
    Upendra M. Sainju, USDA-ARS; Brett L. Allen, USDA-ARS; TheCan Caesar-TonThat, USDA-ARS; Andrew W. Lenssen, Iowa State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Agronomics poster.pdf (1.3 MB)
  • Poster #1530
    The Rothamsted Long-Term Experiments: A Continuing Resource for Agriculture and Environmental Research for over 170 Years.
    David S. Powlson, Rothamsted Research; Andy J. Macdonald, Rothamsted Research; Paul R. Poulton, Rothamsted Research; Margaret J. Glendining, Rothamsted Research
    Poster Presentation
  • SSSA LTE Poster 015 Final.pdf (13.2 MB)
  • Poster #1531
    Long-Term Soil and Crop Management Effects on Soil Physical Properties Related to Soil Erodibility.
    Sebahattin Acikgoz, University of Missouri; Stephen H. Anderson, University of Missouri; Clark J. Gantzer, University of Missouri; Allen L Thompson, University of Missouri; Randall J. Miles, University of Missouri
    Poster #1602
    120 Years of Sustainable Crop Production.
    Charles C. Mitchell, Auburn University; Dennis Delaney, Auburn University; Kipling S. Balkcom, USDA-ARS
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