Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future

2017 Annual Meeting | Oct. 22-25 | Tampa, FL

151 Robert F Barnes M.S. Poster Contest

Poster Session
C06 Forage and Grazinglands
The Robert F Barnes Graduate Student Poster Contest is a graduate student competition for papers of MS students in the C-6 division.
Monday, October 23, 2017: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, East Exhibit Hall

Jamie L. Foster Malone
Esteban F. Rios
Poster #704
Does Industrial Hemp Have Potential As a Forage?.
Carol E Stringer, University of Kentucky; Ben M. Goff, University of Kentucky; Robert C. Pearce, University of Kentucky; Brian S. Baldwin, Mississippi State University; David Hildebrand, University of Kentucky
Poster #705
Establishment of a Perennial Legume with Sorghum-Sudangrass As a Companion Crop.
Martina La Vallie, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; John A. Guretzky, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Walter Schacht, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Daren D. Redfearn, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Bruce E. Anderson, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Poster #706
Overseeding Eastern Gamagrass with Cool-Season Grasses or Grass-Legume Mixtures.
Katie Mason, Auburn University; Mary Kimberly Mullenix, Auburn University; Jennifer Tucker, University of Georgia; J. Scott Angle, International Fertilizer Development Center; Russell Muntifering, Auburn University; Jamie Yeager, Auburn University
Poster Presentation
  • TriSocieties Poster.pdf (1.9 MB)
  • Poster #707
    Poster #708
    Poster #709
    Plant Community Response to Disturbances in Nebraska Sandhills Prairie.
    Josiah Dallmann, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; John A. Guretzky, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
    Poster Presentation
  • Tampa Poster - Josiah Dallmann.pptx.pdf (4.8 MB)
  • Poster #710
    Preference of Cattle Grazing Birdsfoot Trefoil in Binary Mixtures with Meadow Bromegrass, Orchard Grass, Perennial Ryegrass and Tall Fescue.
    Jacob Briscoe, Utah State University; Michael D. Peel, USDA-ARS Forage & Range Research Lab.; Earl Creech, Utah State University; Blair L. Waldron, USDA-ARS
    Poster #711
    Rhizoma Peanut Entries Representing a Range of Growth Habits Differ in Herbage Accumulation, Canopy Characteristics, and Root-Rhizome Mass.
    Katie D. Cooley, University of Florida; Lynn Sollenberger, University of Florida; Ann Blount, North Florida Research & Education Center; Marta Moura Kohmann, University of Florida; Liliane Severino da Silva, University of Florida; Parmeshwor Aryal, University of Florida; Jose Carlos Batista Dubeux Jr., University of Florida; Maria Lucia A. Silveira, University of Florida; Cheryl Mackowiak, University of Florida
    Poster #712
    Evaluating Teff Grass As a Summer Forage Crop.
    Jeremy M. Davidson, Kansas State University; Doohong Min, Kansas State University; Robert M. Aiken, Kansas State University; Gerard J. Kluitenberg, Kansas State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Teff_Poster.pdf (14.6 MB)
  • Poster #713
    Effects of Irrigation and Boron Fertilization on Yield and Forage Quality of Alfalfa.
    Anish Sapkota, Montana State University; Jessica A Torrion, Montana State University; Robert N Stougaard, Montana State University; Breno Bicego Vieitez de Almeida, Montana State University; Emily C Glunk, Montana State University
    Poster #714
    Defoliation Management Effects on Productivity, Nutritive Value, and Persistence of 'performer' Switchgrass.
    Perejitei Bekewe, North Carolina State University; Miguel S. Castillo, North Carolina State University
    Poster #715
    Stockpiling Native Warm-Season Forage Grasses in the Mid-South.
    Neal Wepking, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
    Poster Presentation
  • wepking_ASA Poster 2017.pdf (4.9 MB)
  • Poster #716
    Ensiling Characteristics of Sunn Hemp and Tall Fescue Affect Nutritive Value and Animal Performance.
    Joshua A. Tooley, University of Missouri; Isaac Lepcha, University of Missouri; Harley D. Naumann, University of Missouri
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA posterSunnHemp.pdf (2.3 MB)
  • Poster #717
    Introducing Grazeable Summer Cover Crops to Wheat Systems in Oklahoma.
    Kyle Martin Horn, Oklahoma State University; Alexandre C. Rocateli, Oklahoma State University