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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Improving Nutrient Utilization in Western Irrigated Crop Production Systems

Location: Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Copper and zinc speciation in a biosolids-amended semi-arid grassland soil - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(23-Apr-14)
Aggregate tensile strength and friability characteristics of furrow and sprinkler irrigated fields in Southern Idaho - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(07-Feb-14)
Regression modeling weather and biosolids effects on dryland on dryland wheat yields in Eastern Colorado, 2011-2012 - (Experiment Station)
Barbarick, K., Ippolito, J.A., McDaniel, J., Hansen, N., Peterson, G. 2013. Regression modeling weather and biosolids effects on dryland on dryland wheat yields in Eastern Colorado, 2011-2012. Colorado State University Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin. TB13-3:1-20.
Soil-plant-microbial relations in hydrothermally altered soils of Northern California - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(03-Dec-13)
Hardwood biochar influences calcareous soil physicochemical and microbiological status     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ippolito, J.A., Stromberger, M., Lentz, R.D., Dungan, R.S. 2014. Hardwood biochar influences calcareous soil physicochemical and microbiological status. Journal of Environmental Quality. 43(2):681-689.
Soil-Plant Nutrient Interactions on Manure-Enriched Calcareous Soils     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Moore, A., Hines, S., Brown, B., Falen, C., De Haro Marti, M., Chahine, M., Norell, R., Ippolito, J.A., Parkinson, S., Satterwhite, M. 2014. Soil-Plant Nutrient Interactions on Manure-Enriched Calcareous Soils. Agronomy Journal. 106:73-80.
Transport of Steroid Hormones in the vadose zone after land application of manure - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(08-Jul-13)
Biochar effects on soil microbial communities and resistance of enzymes to stress - (Abstract Only)
(26-Apr-13)
Recommending soil copper thresholds for potato production in Idaho - (Experiment Station)
Moore, A., Satterwhite, M., Ippolito, J.A. 2013. Recommending soil copper thresholds for potato production in Idaho. Extension Publications. WERA-103 Committee, Nutrient Digest,5(1):p.6-7.
Reducing nutrient losses in runoff from furrow irrigation - (Proceedings)
Lentz, R.D., Westermann, D., Lehrsch, G.A. 2013. Reducing nutrient losses in runoff from furrow irrigation. In: S. Pettygrove (ed.), Western Nutrient Management Conference Proceedings, March 7-8, 2013, Reno, Nevada. Vol. 10. p. 60-66.
In-field rates of decomposition and microbial communities colonizing residues vary by depth of residue placement and plant part, but not by crop genotype for residues from two Cry1AB Bt corn hybrids and their non-transgenic i - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Londono-R, L., Tarkalson, D.D., Thies, J.E. 2013. In-field rates of decomposition and microbial communities colonizing residues vary by depth of residue placement and plant part, but not by crop genotype for residues from two Cry1AB Bt corn hybrids and their non-transgenic isolines. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 57(2013):349-355.
Current knowledge on the environmental fate, potential impact, and management of growth-promoting steroids used in the US beef cattle industry     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Biswas, S., Shapiro, C.A., Kranz, W.L., Mader, T.L., Shelton, D.P., Snow, D.D., Bartelt-Hunt, S.L., Tarkalson, D.D., Van Donk, S.J., Zhang, T.C., Ensley, S. 2013. Current knowledge on the environmental fate, potential impact, and management of growth-promoting steroids used in the US beef cattle industry. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(4):325-336.
Environmental benefits of biochar - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ippolito, J.A., Laird, D.A., Busscher, W.J. 2012. Environmental benefits of biochar. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41(4):967-972.
Effects of tillage system and nitrogen supply on sugarbeet production     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tarkalson, D.D., Bjorneberg, D.L., Moore, A. 2012. Effects of tillage system and nitrogen supply on sugarbeet production. Journal of Sugar Beet Research. 49:79-102.
Low-Temperature Biochar Affects an Eroded Calcareous Soil - (Abstract Only)
(10-Apr-12)
Using extension phosphorus uptake research to improve Idaho's nutrient management planning program - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hines, S., Moore, A., Brown, B., Chahine, M., Norell, R., De Haro Marti, M.E., Falen, C., Fife, T., Parkinson, S., Ippolito, J.A. 2012. Using extension phosphorus uptake research to improve Idaho's nutrient management planning program. Journal of Extension. 50(5):Article 5RIB10. Available: http://www/joe/org/joe/2012october/rb10.php.
Nitrogen availability and uptake by sugarbeet in years following manure application - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Lentz, R.D., Lehrsch, G.A. 2012. Nitrogen availability and uptake by sugarbeet in years following manure application. International Journal of Agronomy. DOI:10.1155/2012/120429.
Nitrogen requirement for sugar beets: A summary of past and present research findings - (Proceedings)
Tarkalson, D.D. 2012. Nitrogen requirement for sugar beets: A summary of past and present research findings. Meeting Proceedings. March 6, 2012, Jerome, Idaho, University of Idaho. p.15-19.
Effect of growth promotants on the occurrence of endogenous and synthetic steroid hormones on feedlot soils and in runoff from beef cattle feeding operations - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bartelt-Hunt, S.L., Snow, D.D., Kranz, W.L., Mader, T.L., Shapiro, C.A., Van Donk, S.J., Shelton, D.P., Tarkalson, D.D., Zhang, T.C. 2012. Effect of growth promotants on the occurrence of endogenous and synthetic steroid hormones on feedlot soils and in runoff from beef cattle feeding operations. Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 46:1352-1360.
High yield corn production can result in high nitrogen use efficiency - (Trade Journal)
Wortmann, C.C., Shapiro, C., Dobermann, A., Ferguson, R., Hergert, G., Walters, D., Tarkalson, D.D. 2011. High yield corn production can result in high nitrogen use efficiency. International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) Agronomy Information Bulletin. 95:14-15.
Last Modified: 7/25/2014
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