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Publication List and Available PDF Downloads

Bruns, H.A. 2014. Stacked-gene hybrids were not found to be superior to glyphosate-resistant or non-GMO corn hybrids. Crop Management. 13:1:6 pgs. doi:10.2134/CM-2013-0012-RS. PDF 

H.A. Bruns. 2014. Irrigated soybean leaf photosynthesis in the humid subtropical midsouth. International Journal of Agronomy. 2014:Article ID 787945; 7 pgs. doi:10.1155/2014/787945.  PDF 

Abbas, H.K., R.M. Zablotowicz, M.A. Weaver, W.T. Shier, H.A. Bruns, and N. Bellaloui. 2013. Implications of Bt traits on mycotoxin contamination in maize: Overview and recent experimental results in southern United States. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 61:11759-11770.  PDF 

H.A. Bruns, and L.D. Young. 2012. Raised seedbeds for soybean in twin rows increase yield over flat seedbeds. Crop Management. 11(1): 7 pgs. doi:10.1094/CM-2012-0712-01-RS.  PDF 

Abbas, H.K., H.J. Mascagni, Jr., H.A. Bruns, W.T. Shierd, and K.E. Damanne. 2012. Effect of planting density, irrigation regimes, and maize hybrids with varying ear size on yield, and aflatoxin and fumonisin contamination levels. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 3:1341-1354.  PDF 

Abbas, H.K., N. Bellaloui, R.M. Zablotowicz, H.A. Bruns and A.M. Gillen. 2012. Corn-soybean rotation systems in the Mississippi Delta: Implications on mycotoxin contamination and soil populations of Aspergillus flavus. Inter. J. Agron.  doi: 10.1155/2012/935463. 7 pgs.  PDF 

H.A. Bruns. 2012. Physiological Comparing single-row and twin-row corn production in the Mid-South. Crop Management.   4/4/12  doi: 10.1094/CM-2012-0404-01-RS.  PDF 

H.A. Bruns. 2011. Planting date, rate, and twin-row vs single-row soybean in the Mid-South. Agronomy Journal. 103(5): 1308-1313.  PDF 

H.A. Bruns. 2011. Comparison of single-row and twin-row soybean production in the Mid-South.  Agronomy Journal. 103(3): 702-708.  PDF 

Ding, W., K.N. Reddy, R.M. Zablotowicz, N. Bellaloui and H.A. Bruns. 2011. Physiological responses of glyphosate-resistant and glyphosate-sensitive soybean to aminomethylphosphonic acid, a metabolite of glyphosate.  Chemosphere. 83:593-598.  PDF 

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