2009 NACAA Posters

Poster Session - Applied Research

Award Winners
1st Place
EFFECTS OF TIMING OF DEFOLIATION ON SPOTTED KNAPWEED SEED PRODUCTION AND VIABILITY
Tracy Mosley
tmosley@montana.edu
Montana
2nd Place
EFFECTIVENESS OF PRESCRIPTION FUNGICIDE PROGRAMS BASED ON THE 2008 PEANUT RX RISK INDEX TO MANAGE DISEASE AND MAXIMIZE PROFIT IN LANIER COUNTY, GEORGIA
Elvin Andrews
elandrew@uga.edu
Georgia
Regional Winner
EVALUATION OF GARLIC MUSTARD CONTROL WITH SPRING AND FALL HERBICIDE APPLICATION
Vijai Pandian
vijaikumar.pandian@wisc.edu
Wisconsin
Regional Winner
STRAIGHT AND TRUE? A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FIVE VARIETIES OF ZINNIA
Nicholas Polanin
polanin@njaes.rutgers.edu
New Jersey
Regional Winner
CARCASS TRAIT CHARACTERIZATION OF ALABAMA FEEDER CALVES FED IN FOUR REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES
Joshua "josh" B.Elmore
elmorjb@auburn.edu
Alabama
Regional Winner
ASSESSMENT OF WINTER CEREAL FORAGE YIELD AND QUALITY OPTIONS TO REDUCE LIVESTOCK FEED COSTS AND WATER USE IN SOUTH IDAHO
Christi Falen
cfalen@uidaho.edu
Idaho
Finalist
CROP CANOPY REFLECTANCE SENSORS OPTIMIZE NITROGEN FERTILIZER APPLICATIONS: REDUCING N LOSS, NOT YIELD
Kent Shannon
shannond@missouri.edu
Missouri
Finalist
EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF TIME OF DAY TO FORAGE NITRATE LEVELS
Bob Levalley
bob.levalley@okstate.edu
Oklahoma
Finalist
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT FEASIBILITY IN COMPARISON TO SOFT WHITE WINTER WHEAT
Aaron D Esser
aarons@wsu.edu
Washington

Title Author State Email
National Approved
West
2008 UTAH OILSEED PERFORMANCE TRIALS Michael PaceUtah mike.pace@usu.edu
AGRONOMICS OF RESEEDING WINTER KILLED WINTER WHEAT Tom AllenMontana allen@montana.edu
Regional Winner
ASSESSMENT OF WINTER CEREAL FORAGE YIELD AND QUALITY OPTIONS TO REDUCE LIVESTOCK FEED COSTS AND WATER USE IN SOUTH IDAHO
Christi FalenIdaho cfalen@uidaho.edu
CONTROLLING WEEDS AS A FACTOR FOR YIELD AND QUALITY IN CORN SILAGE Steve HinesIdaho shines@uidaho.edu
DEMONSTRATION OF VERIS NIR SOIL CARBON MEASURING TECHNOLOGY Paul G CarterWashington cart@wsu.edu
1st Place
EFFECTS OF TIMING OF DEFOLIATION ON SPOTTED KNAPWEED SEED PRODUCTION AND VIABILITY
Tracy MosleyMontana tmosley@montana.edu
Finalist
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT FEASIBILITY IN COMPARISON TO SOFT WHITE WINTER WHEAT
Aaron D EsserWashington aarons@wsu.edu
MANAGED INTENSIVE GRAZING (MIG) A KEY TO CARBON SEQUESTERING W.F."frank" HendrixWashington hendrixwf@gmail.com
MEASURING CORN SILAGE DENSITY ACROSS SOUTHERN IDAHO USING THREE DIFFERENT METHODS Tianna FifeIdaho tiannaf@uidaho.edu
MONITORING OF ERGOT (CLAVICEPS PURPUREA) ASCOSPORE RELEASE TO BETTER TIME FUNGICIDE APPLICATION IN NE OREGON GRASS SEED PRODUCTION. Darrin L.WalentaOregon darrin.walenta@oregonstate.edu
NORTHERN UTAH NUTRIENT SURVEY 2008 James V.BarnhillUtah james.barnhill@usu.edu
SPRING GREENING IN THREE SOUTHERN IDAHO TURF SPECIES AFFECTED BY FERTILIZER BUT NOT BY SUMMER IRRIGATION LEVELS Jo Ann RobbinsIdaho jrobbins@uidaho.edu
WILLOW CREEK FORAGE WHEAT J.P. TannerMontana jptanner@montana.edu
Southern
AGENTSí OPINIONS OF PREFERRED EDUCATION/COMMUNICATION METHODS Carla VaughtArkansas jjmorecamp@gmail.com
ALLELOPATHIC POTENTIAL OF A BICULTURE COVER CROPPING SYSTEM Janet L SpencerVirginia jaashle2@vt.edu
Regional Winner
CARCASS TRAIT CHARACTERIZATION OF ALABAMA FEEDER CALVES FED IN FOUR REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES
Joshua "josh" B.ElmoreAlabama elmorjb@auburn.edu
CONTROL OF GLYPHOSATE RESISTANT HORSEWEED IN PHILLIPS COUNTY ARKANSAS Robert GoodsonArkansas rgoodson@uada.edu
CONTROL OF GLYPHOSATE RESISTANT PALMER AMARANTH IN SOYBEANS Keith PerkinsArkansas kperkins@uada.edu
2nd Place
EFFECTIVENESS OF PRESCRIPTION FUNGICIDE PROGRAMS BASED ON THE 2008 PEANUT RX RISK INDEX TO MANAGE DISEASE AND MAXIMIZE PROFIT IN LANIER COUNTY, GEORGIA
Elvin AndrewsGeorgia elandrew@uga.edu
EPSOM SALT FOR FERNS Charles C.Mitchell, Jr.Alabama mitchc1@aces.edu
EVALUATION OF AN IN-FURROW AND TWO SEED TREATMENTS FOR CONTROL OF ROOTKNOT NEMATODE AND THRIPS IN COTTON Andy VangilderArkansas andy.vangilder7@gmail.com
Finalist
EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF TIME OF DAY TO FORAGE NITRATE LEVELS
Bob LevalleyOklahoma bob.levalley@okstate.edu
FIRE ANT DEMONSTRATION AND EDUCATION: COUNTING IS EASY, EVALUATING IS HARD Charles P.HesseleinAlabama hessecp@aces.edu
LOW VOLUME APPLICATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR ASIAN CITRUS PSYLLID (DIAPHORINA CITRI KUWAYAMA) CONTROL Ryan AtwoodFlorida raatwood@ufl.edu
PRESERVING HISTORY WITH TECHNOLOGY: THE SOUTH GEORGIA CASE R.J. ByrneGeorgia rjbyrne@uga.edu
TILLAGE AND CROPPING SYSTEMS TO INCREASE DRYLAND CROP PRODUCTION IN SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA Gary StricklandOklahoma gary.strickland@okstate.edu
UNDERSTANDING OUR FARMERS MARKETS: RESULTS OF INQUIRY WITH TENNESSEE FARMERS MARKET MANAGERS Rob HollandTennessee rwholland@utk.edu
VARIABLE RATE SEEDING FOR CORN Shannon Huber NorwoodAlabama hubersr@aces.edu
YIELD RESPONSE OF TALL FESCUE/WHITE CLOVER MIXTURES WITH AND WITHOUT N FERTILIZER WHEN MANAGED FOR STOCKPILED WINTER PASTURE. Daniel J.GriffinArkansas dgriffin@uada.edu
Northeast
AGRICULTURE SAFETY PROGRAMMING FOR YOUTH Kelly DagesseWest Virginia kjquinn@mail.wvu.edu
AN EVALUATION OF PRECISION AGRICULTURE ON PASTURES AND MEADOWS Craig W.YohnWest Virginia craig.yohn@mail.wvu.edu
CHARACTERIZING THE PARASITE CHALLENGE OF MEAT GOATS GRAZING SUMMER PASTURES IN WESTERN MARYLAND Susan SchoenianMaryland sschoen@umd.edu
LOOKING FOR NEW METHODS TO CONTROL CEREAL RUST MITE (ABACARUS HYSTRIX) ON TIMOTHY William J BamkaNew Jersey bamka@njaes.rutgers.edu
Regional Winner
STRAIGHT AND TRUE? A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FIVE VARIETIES OF ZINNIA
Nicholas PolaninNew Jersey polanin@njaes.rutgers.edu
North Central
AN EXTENSION TEAM APPROACH TO FORAGE FERTILITY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN CENTRAL MISSOURI - FORAGE YIELD AND QUALITY RESULTS Gene SchmitzMissouri schmitze@missouri.edu
BROWSING MODERATELY HIGH CONDENSED TANNIN FORAGES AND EFFECTS ON FECAL EGG COUNTS IN MEAT GOATS Jeff FisherOhio fisher.7@osu.edu
COMPARISON OF SUMMER ANNUAL GRASSES FOR FORAGE YIELD AND QUALITY PLANTED AFTER WINTER WHEAT Gary W. WilsonOhio wilson.26@osu.edu
CORN AND SUNFLOWER RESPONSE TO STRIP TILL AND FERTILIZER PLACEMENT Gregory J EndresNorth Dakota gregory.endres@ndsu.edu
Finalist
CROP CANOPY REFLECTANCE SENSORS OPTIMIZE NITROGEN FERTILIZER APPLICATIONS: REDUCING N LOSS, NOT YIELD
Kent ShannonMissouri shannond@missouri.edu
Regional Winner
EVALUATION OF GARLIC MUSTARD CONTROL WITH SPRING AND FALL HERBICIDE APPLICATION
Vijai PandianWisconsin vijaikumar.pandian@wisc.edu
FIELD WINDBREAK / LIVING SNOW FENCE CROP YIELD ASSESSMENT Gary J.WyattMinnesota wyatt@umn.edu
IMPLEMENTATION OF BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE LITTLE ARKANSAS RIVER WATERSHED Ronald W.GraberKansas rgraber@ksu.edu
LAND USE, DEVELOPMENT, AND SUCCESSION CONCERNS OF THE OHIO GRAPE AND WINE INDUSTRY David L.MarrisonOhio marrison.2@osu.edu
LONG TERM NO-TILL IMPLICATIONS ON SOIL CARBON AND NUTRIENTS Mike PlumerIllinois plumermike@gmail.com
THE ECONOMICS OF DAIRY SYSTEMS ACROSS THE U. S. A. Tom KrieglWisconsin tskriegl@wisc.edu
THE ECONOMICS OF ORGANIC, GRAZING AND CONFINEMENT DAIRY FARMS Tom KrieglWisconsin tskriegl@wisc.edu
VALIDATION OF THE DRY MATTER INTAKE FORMULA OF SPARTAN 3 RATION EVALUATOR / BALANCER FOR DAIRY CATTLE William RobbMichigan robbg@msu.edu