204 Canola Research Poster Session

Poster Session
U.S. Canola Association Research Conference
This poster session will cover all aspects of canola research - agronomy, production, breeding, utilization, end-uses, health, biofuels, and bio-based products.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall ABC

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Organizers:
Michael J. Stamm and Dale Thorenson
Poster #100
Impacts of Banding Ammonium Fertilizer on Canola and Wheat Seedling Root and Root Hair Growth and Development.
Isaac Madsen, Washington State University; William L Pan, Washington State University; Ronald P Bolton, Washington State University; Richard A Rupp, Washington State University
Poster #101
Poster #102
Management of Fresh Wheat Residue for Irrigated Winter Canola Production.
William F. Schillinger, Washington State University; Timothy C. Paulitz, Washington State University; Jeffery S. Schibel, Canola Grower
Poster Presentation
  • Schillinger et al ASA Poster 2014.pdf (2.7 MB)
  • Poster #103
    Winter Canola Response to Sulfur Fertilization.
    Edwin M. Lentz, Ohio State University Extension
    Poster #104
    Moisture and Soil N Supply-Based N Fertilizer Recommendations for Canola in the Pacific Northwestern U.S.
    William L Pan, Washington State University; Warren Ashley Hammac, Washington State University; Amanda McClellan Maaz, Washington State University; Richard T. Koenig, Washington State University Extension
    Poster #105
    Seeding Rates for Winter Canola Production in Ohio.
    Edwin M. Lentz, Ohio State University Extension
    Poster #106
    Nitrogen Rates for Ohio Winter Canola Production.
    Edwin M. Lentz, Ohio State University Extension
    Poster #107
    Canola As a Winter Crop for California Experiences, Potential and Future Directions.
    Nicholas George, University of California-Davis; Joy Hollingsworth, UC Davis; Stephen Kaffka, UC Davis
    Poster Presentation
  • George et al 2 Poster 2.pdf (3.1 MB)
  • Poster #108
    Seasonal Pattern of Forage Productivity and Quality of Dual Purpose Winter Canola and Wheat in the Southern High Plains.
    Sangamesh V. Angadi, New Mexico State University; Sultan Begna, New Mexico State University; Michael J. Stamm, Kansas State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Seasnl For Can&Wht ASA14 -fn-.pdf (1.6 MB)
  • Poster #109
    An Empirical Approach for Estimating Seeding Dates for Winter Canola in Iowa.
    Rafael A Martinez-Feria, Iowa State University; Thomas C. Kaspar, USDA-ARS National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment; Mary H. Wiedenhoeft, Iowa State University
    Poster Presentation
  • RMF_ASA14.pdf (10.1 MB)
  • Poster #110
    Nutrient Uptake and Partitioning in Winter Canola.
    Ignacio Antonio Ciampitti, Kansas State University; Michael J. Stamm, Kansas State University; Dorivar A. Ruiz Diaz, Kansas State University; William M. Stewart, International Plant Nutrition Institute Americas Group; Steven A. Harrold, Servi-Tech Laboratories
    Poster Presentation
  • Canola.pdf (1.1 MB)
  • Poster #111
    The Impact of Research and Extension on Oilseed Production in Washington State.
    Karen Sowers, Washington State University; William L Pan, Washington State University; Dennis Roe, Washington State University
    Poster #112
    The Effects of Silicon and Fiber Composition from Canola and Wheat Residue on Soil Quality.
    Taylor Lynn-Marie Beard, Washington State University; William L Pan, Washington State University
    Poster #113
    Canola Tissue Nutrient Concentrations As Affected By Temporal Variability.
    D. Brian Arnall, Oklahoma State University; Apurba K Sutradhar, University of Minnesota
    Poster Presentation
  • Canola Tissue Poster.pdf (702.9 kB)
  • Poster #114
    Winter Survival and Stand Density Effects on Canola Performance in North Dakota.
    Burton L. Johnson, North Dakota State University; Paula J Petersen, North Dakota State University
    Poster #115
    Canola Grain Yield Response to Split Applied Nitrogen in Carrington, North Dakota.
    Jasper M Teboh, North Dakota State University; Szilvia Szilahi-Sebess, North Dakota State University; Jim Johnson, Star Specialty Seed, Inc.
    Poster Presentation
  • ASA 2014 Poster Jasper Teboh et. al..pdf (898.6 kB)
  • Poster #116
    Canola Production in the Grand Valley of Western Colorado.
    Calvin H. Pearson, Colorado State University
    Poster #117
    A Summarization of Past, Current, and Future Winter Canola Research in the PNW.
    Frank L. Young, USDA-ARS; William L Pan, Washington State University; Lauren Young, Washington State University; Dennis Roe, Washington State University; Karen Sowers, Washington State University; Larry McGrew, USDA-ARS; Laban Molsee, Washington State University
    Poster Presentation
  • FINAL NW-Canola-oilseed-poster-2014.pdf (4.4 MB)
  • Poster #118
    Yield, Oil Content and Water Use of Summer-Planted Winter Canola in Semiarid Oregon.
    Don Wysocki, Oregon State University; Alan Wernsing, Oregon State University
    Poster Presentation
  • Wysocki Canola ASA Poster.pdf (1.7 MB)
  • Poster #119
    Status of Winter Canola Production in Alabama.
    Rufina N. Ward, Alabama A&M University; Ernst Cebert, Alabama A&M University; Kenneth E. Ward, Alabama A&M University
    Poster #120
    Management Strategies for Winter Canola in the Texas Rolling Plains.
    Paul B. DeLaune, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Charles Coufal, Texas A&M AgriLife Research-Vernon; Clark B Neely, Texas Agrilife Extension Service
    Poster #121
    Environmental Effects on Oil Quality of High Oleic-Low Linoleneic (HOLL) and Low Linoleneic (LLIN) Spring Canola.
    Megan Wingerson, University of Idaho; James B. Davis, University of Idaho; Jack Brown, University of Idaho
    Poster #122
    Twenty Years of Canola Variety Performance in the Pacific Northwest.
    Bradley Pakish, University of Idaho; James B. Davis, University of Idaho; Megan Wingerson, University of Idaho; Jack Brown, University of Idaho
    Poster #123
    Examining the Feasibility of Several Oilseed Crops for Production in the Inland Pacific Northwest.
    Pedee Ewing, University of Idaho; James B. Davis, University of Idaho; Megan Wingerson, University of Idaho; Jack Brown, University of Idaho
    Poster #124
    Optimal Agronomic Conditions for Spring and Winter Canola Production in Northern Idaho.
    Kathleen Reed, University of Idaho; James B. Davis, University of Idaho; Megan Wingerson, University of Idaho; Jack Brown, University of Idaho
    Poster #125
    Investigating Cover Crops in Dryland Pacific Northwest Winter Wheat Rotations.
    Sage McClintick, University of Idaho; James B. Davis, University of Idaho; Megan Wingerson, University of Idaho; Jack Brown, University of Idaho; Bradley Pakish, University of Idaho
    Poster #126
    Winter Canola Yield and Survival As a Function of Environment, Genetics, and Management.
    Michael J. Stamm, Kansas State University; Yared Assefa, Kansas State University; Kraig L. Roozeboom, Kansas State University