65 General Bioenergy Systems: II

Poster Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems
This is a general oral session with papers on bioenergy systems.
Cosponsor(s):

Bioenergy Systems Community

Monday, November 3, 2014: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall ABC

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Community Leader:
Vijaya Gopal Kakani
Presider:
Vijaya Gopal Kakani
Poster #211
Identification and Characterization of Certain Species of Grasses and Forage Soybean As Potential Sources of Biofuel in the US Delmarva Peninsula.
Robert B. Dadson, University of Maryland Eastern Shore; Fawzy M. Hashem, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Poster #212
Management Factors Affecting Establisment and Yield of Bioenergy Miscanthus on Claypan Soil Landscapes.
Bryan Randall, University of Missouri; Newell R. Kitchen, USDA-ARS; Emily A. Heaton, Iowa State University; David Brent Myers, DuPont Pioneer; Allen Thompson, University of Missouri
Poster #213
Production of Stalks and Technological Evaluation of Sweet Sorghum Genotypes in Different Periods after Flowering.
Edson Lazarini Sr., Faculdade de Engenharia/UNESP; Raul Sobrinho Pivetta, Faculdade de Engenharia/UNESP; Luiz Gustavo Moretti de Souza, Faculdade de Engenharia; Vitor Alves Rodrigues Sr., UNESP - Ilha Solteira Campus; Joo William Bossolani, Faculdade de Engenharia/UNESP
Poster #214
Poster #215
Life Cycle Assessment of Sorghum Cultivation As Biofuel Feedstock in an High Temperature Environment.
Cara Fertitta, University of California-Riverside; David A. Grantz, University of California-Riverside; Sabrina Spatari, Drexel University; G. Darrel Jenerette, University of California- Riverside
Poster #216
Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Soil Moisture in Drip Irrigated Tropical Grasses Grown in Hawaii.
Richard M. Ogoshi, University of Hawaii; Richard A Kablan, University of Hawaii; Adel Youkhana, University of Hawaii; Mae Nakhata, Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company
Poster #217
Production and Economics of Perennial Woody and Herbaceous Biomass Crops in Alley-Cropping Systems.
Gregg A. Johnson, University of Minnesota; Joshua D. Gamble, University of Minnesota; David J. Smith, University of Minnesota; Craig C. Sheaffer, University of Minnesota; Dean A. Current, University of Minnesota; William Lazarus, University of Minnesota; Donald L. Wyse, University of Minnesota; Diomy S. Zamora, University of Minnesota
Poster #218
Nitrogen Fertilization Effects on Corn Cellulosic Components and Ethanol Yield.
Aaron J. Sindelar, USDA-ARS; Jeffrey A. Coulter, University of Minnesota; John A. Lamb, University of Minnesota; Craig C. Sheaffer, University of Minnesota; Jeffrey A. Vetsch, University of Minnesota
Poster #219
Integrating Cover Crops into Annual Crop System to Increase Total Biofuel Production.
Pavani G. Tumbalam, Michigan State University; Sichao Wang, Michigan State University; Kurt D. Thelen, Michigan State University
Poster #220
Poster #221
Soil Carbon and Macronutrient Changes Following Four Years of Bioenergy Sorghum Production.
Jason P. Wight, Texas Agrilife Research; Frank M. Hons, Texas A&M University; Joeseph O. Storlien, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Fugen Dou, Texas Agrilife Research-Beaumont; Hamid Shahandeh, Texas A&M AgriLife Research
Poster #222
Harvest Timing and N Application Rate Effects on Switchgrass Biomass, Leaf and Stem Chemical Composition and Ethanol Yield.
Ramdeo Seepaul, North Florida Research and Education Center; Bisoondat Macoon, Mississippi State University; K. Raja Reddy, Mississippi State University; William B. Evans, Mississippi State University
Poster #223
NET Ecosystem Carbon Exchange of Maize and Shrub Willow for Bioenergy.
Maria Laura Cangiano, Pennsylvania State University; Armen R. Kemanian, Pennsylvania State University; Felipe Montes, The Pennsylvania State University; Thomas Richard, Pennsylvania State University
Poster #224
Simulate the Effects of Residue Removal and Nitrogen Application on Nitrous Oxide and Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Biomass Sorghum Production.
Fugen Dou, Texas Agrilife Research-Beaumont; Joeseph O. Storlien, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Yong Wang, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Jason P. Wight, Texas Agrilife Research; Frank M. Hons, Texas A&M University
Poster #225
Switchgrass Establishment and Biomass Yield Response to Seeding Date and Herbicide Application.
Amir Sadeghpour, Cornell University; Masoud Hashemi, University of Massachusetts; Michelle DaCosta, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Emad Jahanzad, Pennsylvania State University; Sarah A. Weis, University of Massachusetts; Stephen J. Herbert, University of Massachusetts
Poster #226
Root Lodging Affects Biomass Yield and Carbohydrate Composition in Sweet Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) Grown for Bioenergy.
Jeffrey Robert Fedenko, University of Florida; John E. Erickson, University of Florida
Poster #227
Above and Belowground Biomass Dynamics Under Ratoon Harvest Practices for Biofuel Feedstock Production in Hawaii.
Adel H Youkhana, University of Hawaii at Manoa; susan Crow, University of Hawaii at Manoa; James R. Kiniry, USDA-ARS Grassland Soil & Water Research Lab; Manyowa Meki, Texas Agrilife Research; Richard M. Ogoshi, University of Hawaii; Mae Nakhata, Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company
Poster #228
Ecosystem-Scale Carbon Fluxes and Evapotranspiration of Bioenergy Crops Compared to Conventional Cotton Cropping Systems.
Nithya Rajan, Texas A&M University; Sumit Sharma, Texas Tech University; Stephen J. Maas, Texas Tech University
Poster #229
Genotype x Environment Interaction of Lignocellulosic Characteristics of Switchgrass Grown on Marginal and Prime Soil.
Lindsey Hoffman, Rutgers University; Laura M Cortese, Rutgers University; Eric N Weibel, Rutgers University; Monica Salazar, University of Puerto Rico; Stacy A Bonos, Rutgers University
Poster #230
Poster #231
Biomass Yield Response to Temperature for Three Tropical Grass Species.
Richard M. Ogoshi, University of Hawaii; Richard A Kablan, University of Hawaii; Adel Youkhana, University of Hawaii; Mae Nakhata, Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company