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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Ralph B Clark
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Phone: (304) 256-2854
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1224 Airport Rd
Beaver , WV 258139423


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Flue gas desulfurization (FGD) products use on agricultural land -
Baligar, V.C., Clark, R.B., Korcak, R.F., Wright, R.J. 2011. Flue gas desulfurization (FGD) products use on agricultural land. Advances in Agronomy. 111:51-86.
RESPONSE OF MYCORRHIZAL SWITCHGRASS TO PHOSPHORUS FRACTIONS IN ACID SOIL -
Clark, R.B., Baligar, V.C., Zobel, R.W. 2005. Response of mycorrhizal switchgrass to phosphorus fractions in acid soil. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 36(9-10): 1337-1359.
MINERAL CONCENTRATIONS OF FORAGE LEGUMES AND GRASSES GROWN IN ACIDIC SOIL AMENDED WITH FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION PRODUCTS -
Clark, R.B., Baligar, V.C. 2003. Mineral concentrations of forage legumes and grasses grown in acidic soil amended with flue gas desulfurization products. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 34:1681-1707
LEACHING OF INORGANIC PHOSPHORUS IN AN UNDERDRAINED LANDSCAPE -
Boyer, D.G., Alloush, G.A., Belesky, D.P., Clark, R.B., 2000. Leaching of inorganic phosphorus in an underdrained landscape. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts, p. 385.
PHOSPHORUS SOURCE, ORGANIC MATTER, AND ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA EFFECTS ON GROWTH AND MINERAL ACQUISITION OF CHICKPEA GROWN IN ACIDIC SOIL -
Alloush, G., Zeto, S.K., Clark, R.B. 2000. Phosphorus source, organic matter, and arbuscular mycorrhiza effects on growth and mineral acquisition of chickpea grown in acidic soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition 23(9) 1351-1369.
MINERAL ACQUISITION BY ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL PLANTS -
Clark, R.B., Zeto, S.K. 2000. Mineral acquisition by arbuscular mycorrhizal plants. Journal of Plant Nutrition 28:49-62.
RENOVATION OF ACIDIC APPALACHIAN SOIL WITH FGD GYPSUM AND FBC RESIDUE: SOIL LEACHATE EVALUATION -
RENOVATION OF ACIDIC APPALACHIAN SOIL WITH FGD GYPSUM AND FBC RESIDUE: SOIL LEACHATE EVALUATION -
CELLULAR AND SUB-CELLULAR DISTRIBUTION OF NICKEL WITH RELATION TO NICKEL RESISTANCE IN MAIZE AND RYEGRASS -
BENEFITS AND CONSTRAINTS FOR USE OF FGD PRODUCTS ON AGRICULTURAL LAND -
BENEFITS AND CONSTRAINTS FOR USE OF FGD PRODUCTS ON AGRICULTURAL LAND -
BENEFITS AND CONSTRAINTS FOR USE OF FGD PRODUCTS ON AGRICULTURAL LAND -
Clark, R.B., Ritchey, K.D., Baligar, V.C. 2001. Benefits and constraints for use of fgd products on agricultural land. Fuel 80:818-821.
ACIDIC AND ALKALINE SOIL CONSTRAINTS ON PLANT MINERAL NUTRITION -
Clark, R.B., Baligar, V.C. 2000. Acidic and alkaline soil constraints on plant mineral nutrition. Plant Environment Interactions II, Marcel Dekker Inc, NY, pp. 133-177.
IMPACT OF EASTERN GAMAGRASS ON HYDRAULIC AND STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF PROPERTIES OF CLAYPAN SOILS -
EASTERN GAMAGRASS (TRIPSACUM DACTYLOIDES) ROOT PENETRATION AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF CLAYPAN SOILS -
PHOSPHORUS NUTRITION AND WATER STRESS EFFECTS ON PROLINE IN SORGHUM AND BEAN -
INFLUX, TRANSPORT, AND ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM IN PLANT SPECIES GROWN AT DIFFERENT CD2+ ACTIVITIES -
SORGHUM GENOTYPIC DIFFERENCES IN TOLERANCE TO EXCESS MANGANESE -
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