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Eric C Petrie
Sugarcane Research
Agricultural Science Research Technician (Plants)

Phone: (985) 853-3168
Fax: (985) 868-8369

5883 USDA ROAD
BLDG 001 SRRC
HOUMA , LA 703605578

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Comparative performance of sugarcane bagasse and black polyethylene as mulch for squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) production -
How chemical ripeners of sugarcane affect the starch and color quality of juices -
Eggleston, G., Triplett, A., Petrie, E., Didier, K., St Cyr, E., Myers, G. 2017. How chemical ripeners of sugarcane affect the starch and color quality of juices. In: Proceedings of the Sugar Industry Technologists Conference, May 7-11, 2017, Tainan, Taiwan. p. 1-11.
Impact of sugarcane bagasse ash as an amendment on the physical properties, nutrient content and seedling growth of a certified organic greenhouse growing media Reprint Icon -
Webber Iii, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Spaunhorst, D.J., Petrie, E.C. 2017. Impact of sugarcane bagasse ash as an amendment on the physical properties, nutrient content and seedling growth of a certified organic greenhouse growing media. Journal of Agricultural Science. 9(7):1. doi:10.5539/jas.v9n7p1.
How the quality and processing attributes of commercial sweet sorghum hybrids and cultivar compare for biorefining -
Eggleston, G., Wartelle, L., Zatlokovicz, J., Petrie, E., Cole, M., St Cyr, E. 2017. How the quality and processing attributes of commercial sweet sorghum hybrids and cultivar compare for biorefining. In: Proceedings for the Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion Conference, March 15-18, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. p. 255-272.
Sugarcane boiler ash as an amendment for soilless growing media -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Spaunhorst, D.J., Petrie, E.C., Landrum, D.S. 2017. Sugarcane boiler ash as an amendment for soilless growing media [abstract]. American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists (Florida and Louisiana Division). ASSCT 47. June 14-16, 2017. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Sugarcane bagasse ash as an amendment to a greenhouse growing media -
Webber III, C.L., White, Jr, P.M., Petrie, E.C., Landrum, D.S., Shrefler, J.W. 2017. Sugarcane bagasse ash as an amendment to a greenhouse growing media [abstract]. Louisiana Agricultural Technology & Management Conference, February 15-17, 2017, Marksville, Louisiana.
Kenaf and cowpea as sugarcane cover crops -
Webber III, C.L., White, Jr, P.M., Dalley, C., Petrie, E.C., Viator, R.P., Landrum, D.S., Shrefler, J.W. 2017. Kenaf and cowpea as sugarcane cover crops [abstract]. Louisiana Agricultural Technology & Management Conference, February 15-17, 2017, Marksville, Louisiana.
Cultivar and maturity effects on the quality attributes and ethanol potential of sweet sorghum -
Cole, M.R., Eggleston, G., Petrie, E., Uchimiya, S.M., Dalley, C. 2016. Cultivar and maturity effects on the quality attributes and ethanol potential of sweet sorghum. Biomass and Bioenergy. 96:183-192.
Post-processing, energy production use of sugarcane bagasse ash -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Petrie, E.C., Shrefler, J.W., Taylor, M. 2016. Post-processing, energy production use of sugarcane bagasse ash. Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion Conference Proceedings, March 15-18, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. p. 374-384.
Use of post-harvest/processed sugarcane bagasse as a vegetable mulch -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Petrie, E.C., Shrefler, J.W., Taylor, M.J. 2016. Use of post-harvest/processed sugarcane bagasse as a vegetable mulch. Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion Conference, March 15-18, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. p. 369-373.
Unique cover crops for Louisiana sugarcane -
Shrefler, J.W., Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Dalley, C.D., Petrie, E.C., Viator, R.P. 2016. Unique cover crops for Louisiana sugarcane [meeting abstract]. Proceedings 2016 Southern Cover Crop Conference, July 18-19, 2016, Mount Olive, North Carolina. p. 34.
Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) as sugarcane cover crops Reprint Icon -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Dalley, C.D., Petrie, E.C., Viator, R.P., Shrefler, J.W. 2016. Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) as sugarcane cover crops. Journal of Agricultural Science. 8(8):13-20.
Post-processing, energy production use of sugarcane bagasse ash -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Petrie, E.C., Shrefler, J.W., Taylor, M.J. 2016. Post-processing, energy production use of sugarcane bagasse ash [abstract]. Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion Technical Conference, March 15-18, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. p. 29-30.
Low tech use of post-harvest, processed sugarcane bagasse -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr., P.M., Petrie, E.C., Shrefler, J.W., Taylor, M.J. 2016. Low tech use of post-harvest, processed sugarcane bagasse [abstract]. Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion Technical Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 15-18, 2016. p. 28-29.
Louisiana sugarcane bagasse as a natural mulch for yellow squash production -
Vegetable seedling production with sugarcane bagasse ash -
Sugarcane bagasse ash as a seedling growth media component Reprint Icon -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Petrie, E.C., Shrefler, J.W., Taylor, M.J. 2016. Sugarcane bagasse ash as a seedling growth media component. Journal of Agricultural Science. 8(1):1-7.
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