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Graduate Student Oral Competition—Soils Mobile Convention Center, Room 203B 10:10 AM–11:45 AM Presiding: Francisco J. Arriaga, USDA-ARS

10:10 AM Introductory Remarks 10:15 AM Nitrogen source effects on ammonia volatilization from fertilizers applied to turfgrass. Ellen C. Knight*, Auburn University Department of Agronomy and Soils, C.W. Wood, Auburn University and Elizabeth Guertal, Auburn Univ.-Agron.& Soils Dept. 10:30 AM Effects of Tillage, Location and Variety on Nitrogen Release from Peanut Residue under Field Conditions. Michael Mulvaney*1, Kipling S. Balkcom2, Wes Wood1, Bernard Meso1 and Brenda Wood1, (1)Auburn U. Dept. of Agronomy & Soils, (2)USDA-ARS 10:45 AM Evaluation of spatial patterns in yield reduction of a Florida citrus grove. Kirandeep Mann*, Univ. of Florida and Arnold Schumann, Univ. of Florida-CREC 11:00 AM Vegetation and Soil Depth Affect Phenol Oxidase Activity in a Model Riparian Site. Bunjirtluk Jintaridth*1, Mark

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    Coyne1 and Steve Workman2,

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      Departments of Plant and Soil Science,

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      Departments of Biosystems and

Agricultural Engineering 11:15 AM Nitrogen Mineralization in Soil Treated With Trace Element-Enriched Broiler Litter. Osagie Idehen* and K Kpomblekou-A, Tuskegee Univ. 11:30 AM A Seasonal Nitrogen Mineralization Study as Influenced by Soil Properties and Landscape Position. Dexter Watts*, Auburn Univ., H. A. Torbert, USDA-ARS and Stephen Prior, USDA-ARS, Nat'l Soil Dynamics Lab 11:45 AM Lunch

Crops—Specialty Crops Mobile Convention Center, Room 203B 12:55 PM–2:15 PM

Presiding: Nathan A. Slaton, Univ. of Arkansas

12:55 PM 1:00 PM

Introductory Remarks Chlorophyll Studies in Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.). Humphrey A. Esechie* and Abdullah Al-Falahi, Sultan Qaboos University



1:15 PM

1:30 PM

1:45 PM

2:00 PM

Productivity And Persistence In Mississippi Of Chicory (Cichorium Intybus L.) Cultivars Bred For High And Low Sequiterpene Lactones. Jimmy R. Parish*1, Richard H. Watson2, Bisoondat Macoon1, Brian S. Baldwin1, David J. Lang1 and Allen S. Hubbard1, (1)Mississippi State Univ., (2)AgResearch Limited Sunflowers as an Oil Seed Crop for Biodiesel Production in Mississippi. Valtcho D. Zheljazkov*, Mississippi State, Brian Baldwin, Dep. of Plant & Soil Sciences, M. W. Ebelhar, Delta Research & Extension Center, Normie Buehring, North Mississippi Research and Ext Center and Christine Coker, Coastal Research and Extension Center, Biloxi, MS 39532 Herbs as Potential High-value Crops for Mississippi. Valtcho D. Zheljazkov*, Mississippi State, Christine Coker, Coastal Research and Extension Center, Biloxi, MS 39532, William Evans, Mississippi State Univ and M. W. Ebelhar, Delta Research & Extension Center Can crops be used to remediate excess phosphorus?. Shivendra Sahi*1, Daniel Starnes2, Pradyut Paul2, Priya

2:15 PM

Padmanabhan2, Nilesh Sharma2 and Kenneth Sajwan3, (1)Western Kentucky U. Biology Dept., (2)Western Kentucky University, (3)Savanah State University Break

Soils—Environmental Mobile Convention Center, Room 203B 2:40 PM–3:45 PM

Presiding: C. Wesley Wood, Auburn University

2:40 PM 2:45 PM

Introductory Remarks Effect of phosphate amendments on leaching of Pb in selected shooting range soils. Abioye O. Fayiga*, Uttam Saha and Lena Ma, University of Florida

3:00 PM

Nitrogen and Carbon Mineralization from Poultry Litter Bricks. Brenda H. Wood*, C.W. Wood and L.E. Sturgeon, Auburn University


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