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AGRONOMY

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Influence of Desiccants and Timing of Desiccant Applications on Sorghum Grain Development and Yield. Henry J. Mascagni*, Bill Williams and Robert Bell, LSU AgCenter Northeast Research Station Effect of Polymers and Fungicide on Seeding Emergence at Two Planting Depths in Three Soil Types. Udai. R. Bishnoi* and Gaganpreet Kaur, Alabama A & M University Evaluation of critical shattering time of soybean varieties under early production system. Lingxiao Zhang*1, Stephen Kyei-Boahen1 and Bernie White2,

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    Mississippi State University,

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    Mississippi State University

Posters—Soils Mobile Convention Center, Prefunction/Upper

Concourse Authors Present 3:00 PM–6:00 PM

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Denitrifier Ecology in Fragipan Soils of Kentucky. Tingting Wu* and Mark Coyne, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Kentucky Evaluation of Nitrogen Transformations in Constructed Wetlands. Hyun Woo Kim*, Department of Environmental Sciences

Graduate Student Poster Competition—Crops Mobile Convention Center, Prefunction/Upper

Concourse Authors Present 3:00 PM–6:00 PM

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Cover Crops for Weed Management in Organic Production Systems. Gurudev Mayalagu*1, Rao Mentreddy1, Jan Garrett2, Arnold Caylor2 and Joseph Kloepper2, (1)Alabama A&M University, (2)Auburn University Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Stay-green Sorghum Under Three Soil Moisture Levels. Sylvester Addy*, North Carolina A & T State University and Muchha Reddy, North Carolina State Univ., Dept of Natural Resources Impact of Tillage, Raised Seedbeds, and Fungicides for Soybean Production in Mississippi. J. B. Blessitt*, D.H. Poston, T.W. Eubank and R.T. Coleman, Mississippi State University-Delta Research and Extension Center

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Foliar applications of glycine betaine improves soybean yield under rain-fed conditions in the Midsouth. David Brand*1, Sailaja Koti2 and K.Raja Reddy1,

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    Mississippi State University,

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    Mississippi State University

Effects Of Nitrogen Deficiency On Plant Growth, Leaf Photosynthesis, Hyper Spectral Reflectance Properties In Castor ( Ricinus Communis). Satya Sai Kumar Matcha*, Mississippi State University and K. Raja Reddy, Mississippi State Univ Screening cowpea cultivars to multiple abiotic stresses. Shardendu Kumar Singh*1, Vijaya G. Kakani2, Giridara Kumar Surabhi1 and K.Raja Reddy3, (1)Mississippi State Univ., (2)Univ. of Florida-Agronomy Dept, (3)Mississippi State University

Graduate Student Poster Competition—Soils Mobile Convention Center, Prefunction/Upper

Concourse Authors Present 3:00 PM–6:00 PM

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C o Fertilizer Value of Densified Broiler Litter. L.E. Sturgeon*1, C.W. Wood1, J.P. Fulton2 and Brenda H. Wood1, (1)Auburn University, (2)Auburn Univ. Decomposition and Nutrient Release of Cover Crops on Different Landscape Positions. Catherine N. Gacengo*1, C Wesley Wood1, Joey N. Shaw1, Kipling Balkcom2, Andrew J. Price2, Randy L. Raper2 and Brenda H. Wood1, (1)Auburn University, (2)USDA-ARS Hydromorphology of some Alabama a s t a l P l a i n S o i l s . R i c h a r d S m i t h * 1 , J . S h a w 1 , J . O w e n 1 , J . D a n e 1 , J . O d o m 1 a n d Paul Martin2, (1)Auburn University, (2)NRCS Management dependent soil properties of cultivated versus non-cultivated SE Coastal Plain ecosystems. Matthew R. L e v i * 1 , J o e y N . S h a w 2 , W e s W o o d 1 , S h a r o n M . H e r m a n n 3 a n d E m i l y C a r t e r (1)Agronomy and Soils Department, (2)Auburn Univ., (3)Auburn University Biological Sciences Department, (4)USDA, Forest Service 4 ,

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