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C h a n Effects of Conservation Tillage and Poultry Litter Application on Soil Carbon Dioxide Efflux. Tiffany Roberson*1, Ermson Nyakatawa1, d r a R e d d y 1 , R a n d y L . R a p e r 2 a n d D . W a y n e R e e v e s 2 , ( 1 ) A l a b a m a A & M y i University, (2)USDA-ARS Effects of irrigation and fertilizer application on soil microbial biomass and activity in an intensively managed loblolly pine plantation. Reji Mathew*1, Yucheng Feng1, Michele Owsley1, Lisa Samuelson2, Thomas Stokes2 and Mark Coleman3, (1)Agronomy and soils, Department, Auburn University, (2) Department of Forest Sciences, Auburn University, (3)Southern Research Station Evaluating Ionophore Supplementation in Two Winter Grazing Systems. Mary Maddox*1, Cheryl Mackowiak2, J. N. Carter1, R. O. Myer1 and Donald Graetz3, (1)Univ. of Florida, North Florida Research and Education Center, (2)Univ. of Florida, NFREC, (3)Univ. of Florida,106 Newell Impact of winter cover crop biomass removal on soil properties and cotton e l d . F e r n a n d o D u c a m p * 1 , F r a n c i s c o A r r i a g a 2 , K i p l i n g B a l k c o m 2 a n d C h a r l e s M i t c h e l l 3 , ( 1 ) A u b u r n U n i v e r s i t y , ( 2 ) U S D ARS, (3)Dept. of Agronomy & Soils Management practices and landscape variability effects on selected soil physical properties. Andre Biscaro*1, Francisco Arriaga2, Kipling Balkcom2, Joey Shaw3 and Jason Bergtold2, (1)Auburn University, (2)USDA-ARS, (3)Agronomy and Soils Department Fertilizer Value of Waste Char from Poultry Litter Gasification. J.H. Roberts*1, C.W. Wood1, David Bransby2, and Brenda H. Wood3, (1)Auburn University, (2)Dept of Agronomy & Soils, (3)Auburn University A -

SAAS Opening Session Mobile Convention Center, West Ballroom 3:30 PM–5:00 PM Topic: Immigration Policies and their Impact on Southern Agriculture and Agribusiness

SAAS Super Bowl Party/Reception Mobile Convention Center, East Ballroom Sponsored by Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co. Jackson, Mississippi and Affiliates 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Social Hour 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Reception

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Monday, 5 February 2007

Graduate Student Oral Competition—Crops Mobile Convention Center, Room 203B 7:55 AM–9:45 AM

Presiding: Kipling S. Balkcom, USDA-ARS

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Introductory Remarks Bioavailability of Mercury in Soil, and its Effects on Plant Structure and Reflectance. Safwan M. Shiyab*, Institute

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for Clean Energy Technology - Mississippi State University Turf Quality and Root Length Density of Hybrid Bluegrass and Tall Fescue Inluenced by Et-Based Irrigation Scheduling. Leonard Githinji*, Jacob Dane and Robert Walker, Auburn University Evaluation of Polymer-Coated Urea as an Alternative to Preflood Urea for Delayed-Flood Rice. Bobby Golden*1, Nathan Slaton2, Russell DeLong2 and Richard Norman2, (1) University of Arkansas, (2)Univ. of Arkansas Factors Affecting the Growth and Secondary Metabolism of Medicinal Plants. Andrew Maxwell Phineas Jones*, Mississippi State, North Mississippi Res. & Ext. Center and Valtcho D. Zheljazkov, Mississippi State Oilseed Crops as Potential Biodiesel Crops for Mississippi. Shankar Ganapathi Shanmugam*, Mississippi State, North Mississippi Res. & Ext. Center and Valtcho D. Zheljazkov, Mississippi State Searching for photosynthetic and fluorescence variability among cowpea cultivars to water stress. Shardendu Kumar Singh*, Mississippi State Univ. and K.Raja Reddy, Mississippi State University Tomato Production under Conservation-Tillage Systems: Comparison of three Cover Crops for Weed Control. Monika Saini*, Auburn Univ., Dept. of Agronomy & Soils and Andrew J. Price, USDA-ARS Break

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