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Patrick Ewing
Integrated Cropping Systems Research
Research Agronomist

Phone: (605) 693-5248
Fax: (605) 693-5240

2923 MEDARY AVE
BROOKINGS, SD 570069803

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Projects
Combined Management Tactics for Resilient and Sustainable Crop Production
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 441173

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Rhizosphere microbial communities explain positive effects of diverse crop rotations on maize and soybean performance Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Benitez, M., Ewing, P.M., Osborne, S.L., Lehman, R.M. 2021. Rhizosphere microbial communities explain positive effects of diverse crop rotations on maize and soybean performance. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. Article 108309. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2021.108309.
Rhizosphere microbial communities predict positive effects of diverse crop rotations on corn and soybean performance: microbiome explain benefits of diverse rotations Reprint Icon - (Pre-print Publication)
Benitez, M.S., Ewing, P.M., Osborne, S.L., Lehman, R.M. 2020. Rhizosphere microbial communities predict positive effects of diverse crop rotations on corn and soybean performance: microbiome explain benefits of diverse rotations. AgriRXiv. Preprint. https://doi.org/10.31220/agriRxiv.2020.00023.
Diverse rotations mitigate the mutual suppression of corn and soybeans through the rhizosphere - (Abstract Only)
Ewing, P.M., Benitez, M.S., Osborne, S.L., Lehman, R.M. 2020. Diverse rotations mitigate the mutual suppression of corn and soybeans through the rhizosphere [abstract]. Tri-Societies Annual Meeting, November 11, 2020. Virtual.