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1498. Archer, D.W. and D.C. Reicosky. 2009. Economic performance of alternative tillage systems in the northern Corn Belt. Agronomy Journal 101(2):296-304. (691 K)
1504. DeJong-Hughes, J., and J.M.F. Johnson. 2009. Is deep zone tillage agronomically viable in Minnesota? Online. Crop Management doi:10. 1094/CM-2009-0723-01-RS.
1493. Farenhorst, A., D.A.R. McQueen, I. Saiyed, C. Hilderbrand, S. Li, D.A. Lobb, P. Messing, T.E. Schumacher, S.K. Papiernik and M.J. Lindstrom. 2009. Variations in soil properties and herbicide sorption coefficients with depth in relation to PRZM (pesticide root zone model) calculations. Geoderma 150:267-277.  (594 K)
1508. Forcella, F. 2009. Potential of air-propelled abrasives for selective weed control. Weed Technology 23:317-320. (183 K)
1509. Forcella, F. 2009. Potential use of abrasive air-propelled agricultural residues for weed control. Weed Research 49:341-345. (161 K)
1514. Forcella, F., S.K. Papiernik, and R.W. Gesch. 2009. Herbicides for calendula [abstract]. The Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops. p. 6.
1516. Gesch, R.and D.W. Archer. 2009. Camelina: A potential winter crop for the northern Corn Belt [abstract][CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Nov. 1-5, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA.
1513. Gesch, R.W.and F. Forcella. 2009. Calendula: A potential new oilseed crop for the northern U.S. [abstract]. The Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops. p. 5.
1515. Gesch, R.W., B.S. Sharratt and K-I Kim. 2009. Yield and water use response of cuphea to irrigation in the northern Corn Belt. Crop Sci. 49:1867-1875.  (1095 K)
1510. Gramig, G.G. and D.E. Stoltenberg. 2009. Adaptive responses of field-grown common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album) to variable light quality and quantity environments. Weed Science 57:271-280. (PDF: 422 K)
1499. Halvorson, A.D. and J.M.F. Johnson. 2009. Corn cob characteristics in irrigated Central Great Plains studies. Agronomy Journal 101(2):390-399. (773 K)
1518. Ibekwe, A.M., C.M. Grieve, S.K. Papiernik and C.-H. Yang. 2009. Persistence of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 on the rhizosphere and phyllosphere of lettuce. Letters in Applied Microbiology 49:784-790. (502 K)
1507. Jaradat, A.A. 2009. Metrics of climate change impact and adaptation of physiologically-diverse crops. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Paper No. 372021.
1530. Jaradat, A.A. 2009. Modeling biomass allocation and grain yield in bread and durum wheat under abiotic stress. Aust. J. Crop Sci. 3(5):237-248. (284 K)
1528. Jaradat, A.A., J. M-F Johnson, S.L. Weyers and N.W. Barbour. 2009. Determinants and prediction of carbon/nitrogen ratio in five diverse crop plants. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 40:2688-2711. (397 K)
1505. Jaradat, A.A. and J.L. Rinke. 2009. Dynamics of macro- and micronutrients in Cuphea. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 32:1383-1406. (1481 K)
1527. Johnson, J. and D.L. Karlen. 2009. Advancing biofuels: Balancing for sustainability [abstract]. American Chemical Society. 77:122.
1503. La Scala, Jr., N., A. Lopes, K. Spokas, D.W. Archer and D.C. Reicosky. 2009. First-order decay models to describe soil C-CO 2loss after rotary tillage. Scientia Agricola. 66(5):650-657. (521 K)
1497. La Scala, Jr., N., A. Lopes, K. Spokas, D.W. Archer and D.C. Reicosky. 2009. Short-term temporal changes of bare soil CO 2fluxes after tillage described by first-order decay models. European Journal of Soil Science 60(2):258-264. (1523 K)
1519. Lobb, D.A., S. Li, S.K. Papiernik, T.E. Schumacher, D.D. Malo, M.J. Lindstrom and J. Schumacher. 2009. Assessment of soil erosion in a cultivated landscape using repeated measurements of 137Cs [abstract][CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Nov. 1-5, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA.
1501. Papiernik, S.K., W.C. Koskinen and S.R. Yates. 2009. Solute transport in eroded and rehabilitated prairie landforms. 1. Nonreactive solute. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 57:7427-7433. (2165 K)
1502. Papiernik, S.K., W.C. Koskinen and S.R. Yates. 2009. Solute transport and rehabilitated prairie landforms. 2. Reactive solute. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry  57:7434-7439. (804 K)
1461. Papiernik, S.K., T.E. Schumacher, D.A. Lobb, M.J. Lindstrom, M.L. Lieser, A. Eynard and J.A. Schumacher. 2009. Soil properties and productivity as affected by topsoil movement within an eroded landform. Soil & Tillage Research 102:67-77. (779 K)
1517. Papiernik, S.and S. Yates. 2009. Plastic films for soil fumigation: Permeability and emissions reduction [abstract]. Am. Chem. Soc. 77:137-138.
1491. Pikul, Jr., J.L., G. Chilom, J. Rice, A. Eynard, T.E. Schumacher, K. Nichols, J.M.F. Johnson, S. Wright, T.C. Caesar and M. Ellsbury. 2009. Organic matter and water stability of field aggregates affected by tillage in South Dakota. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73(1):197-206. (799 K)
   
1496. Reicosky, D.C. 2009. Gestión responsable del carbono en el suelo. PHYTOMA España 207:57-59.
1524. Reicosky. D.C. 2009. Importance and update of direct seed certification programs in North America. In: Proceedings of XVII Congress of AAPRESID, August 19-21, 2009, Rosario, Argentina. p. 109-116.
1523. Reicosky. D.C. 2009. Update of carbon market programs in North America. In: Proceedings of XVII Congress of AAPRESID, August 19-21, 2009, Rosario, Argentina. p. 73-78.
1506. Riedell, W.E., J.L. Pikul, Jr., A.A. Jaradat and T.E. Schumacher. 2009. Crop rotation and nitrogen input effects on soil fertility, maize mineral nutrition, and seed composition. Agronomy Journal 101(4):870-879. (1149 K)
1495. Sakaliene, O., S.K. Papiernik, W.C. Koskinen, I. Kavolinaite and J. Brazenaitei. 2009. Using lysimeters to evaluate the relative mobility and plant uptake of four herbicides in a rye production system. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 57:1975-1981. (896 K)
1492. Spokas, K. and F. Forcella. 2009. Software tools for weed seed germination modeling. Weed Science 57:216-227. (924 K)
1521. Spokas, K.A., W.C. Koskinen, J.M. Baker and D.C. Reicosky. 2009. Impacts of woodchip biochar additions on greenhouse gas production and sorption/degradation of two herbicides in a Minnesota soil. Chemosphere 77:574-581. (485 K)
1522. Spokas, K.A. and D.C. Reicosky. 2009. Impacts of sixteen different biochars on soil greenhouse gas production. Annals of Environ. Sci. 3:179-193.  (316 K)
1526. Varvel, G.E., D.L. Karlen, J.M. Baker, J.M.F. Johnson, S.L. Osborne and J.M. Novak. Developing field studies to measure corn residue removal effects on soil organic matter – A mult-location approach [abstract] [CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Nov. 1-5, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA.
1529. Weyers, S., A.M. Liesch, J. Gaskin and K. Das. 2009. Earthworms contribute to increased turnover in biochar amended soils [abstract][CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Nov. 1-5, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA.

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