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Agricultural Research Service

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Jeffrey L Willers
Southern Insect Management Research
Entomology

Phone: (662) 686-5277
Fax: (662) 686-5421
Room 335

141 EXPERIMENT STATION RD
JWDSRC
STONEVILLE , MS 387760346

Projects
Integration of Site-Specific Crop Production Practices and Industrial and Animal Agricultural Byproducts to Improve Agricultural Competitiveness and Sustainability
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425032

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Subsurface banding, placement of pelletized poultry litter in cotton Reprint Icon -
Adeli, A., Mccarty Jr, J.C., Read, J.J., Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N., Feng, G.G. 2016. Subsurface banding, placement of pelletized poultry litter in cotton. Agronomy Journal. 108(4):1356-1366.
Digital elevation modeling via curvature interpolation for lidar data Reprint Icon -
Kim, H., Willers, J.L., Kim, S. 2016. Digital elevation modeling via curvature interpolation for lidar data. ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. 23:47-57.
A brief overview of current relationships of geography, statistics, and taxonomy with the classical integrated control concept -
Willers, J.L., Backoulou, G.F. 2015. A brief overview of current relationships of geography, statistics, and taxonomy with the classical integrated control concept. Meeting Abstract. Mississippi Entomological Association Conference, October 20-21, 2014, Mississippi State, MS. 8(1):57.
Effects of field plot size on variation in white flower anther injury by tarnished plant bug for host plant resistance evaluations in Arkansas cotton Reprint Icon -
Willers, J.L., Teauge, T.G., Milliken, G., Bourland, F.M. 2014. Effects of field plot size on variation in white flower anther injury by tarnished plant bug for host plant resistance evaluations in Arkansas cotton. Agronomy. 4:144-164.
Age chronosequence effects on restoration quality of reclaimed coal mine soils in Mississipian agroecosystems Reprint Icon -
Adeli, A., Brooks, J.P., McLaughlin, M.R., Read, J.J., Willers, J.L., Lang, D., McGrew, R. 2013. Age chronosequence effects on restoration quality of reclaimed coal mine soils in Mississipian agroecosystems. Soil Science. 178:335-343.
Effects of agricultural and industrial by-products on restoration quality of reclaimed coal mine soil in Mississippi -
Adeli, A., Read, J.J., Lang, D.J., Brooks, J.P., McLaughlin, M.R., McGrew, N.R., Willers, J.L. 2012. Effects of agricultural and industrial by-products on restoration quality of reclaimed coal mine soil in Mississippi [abstract]. National Meeting of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation. http://www.asmr.us/Meetings/2012/CD%20Version%20Papers/0002-Adeli-MS-1.pdf.
Age chronosequence and landscape effects on the quality characteristics of reclaimed coal mine soils under forest and pasture based system in Mississippi -
Adeli, A., Land, D.J., Brooks, J.P., McLaughlin, M.R., Read, J.J., McGrew, N.R., Willers, J.L. 2012. Age chronosequence and landscape effects on the quality characteristics of reclaimed coal mine soils under forest and pasture based system in Mississippi [abstract]. National Meeting of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation. http://www.asmr.us/Meetings/2012/CD%20Version%20Papers/0003-Adeli-MS-2.pdf.
The illuminating role of laser scanning digital elevation models in precision agriculture experimental designs - an agro-ecology perspective -
Willers, J.L., Roberts, D., O'Hara, C., Milliken, G., Hood, K., Walters, J., Schuster, E. 2012. The illuminating role of laser scanning digital elevation models in precision agriculture experimental designs - an agro-ecology perspective. In: Rodriguez, J.A.M., editor. Laser Scanner Technology. Rijeka, Croatia: Intech. p. 221-258.
A categorical, improper probability method for combining NDVI and LiDAR elevation information for potential cotton precision agricultural applications -
Willers, J.L., Wu, J., O'Hara, C., Jenkins, J.N. 2012. A categorical, improper probability method for combining NDVI and LiDAR elevation information for potential cotton precision agricultural applications. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 82:15-22.
Comparing high density LIDAR and medium resolution GPS generated elevation data for predicting yield stability -
McKinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N. 2010. Comparing high density LIDAR and medium resolution GPS generated elevation data for predicting yield stability. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 74:244-249.
Methodology for Developing a Crop Yield Stability Map for a Field -
McKinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N. 2010. Methodology for developing a crop yield stability map for a field. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. pp. 501-511.
Geographical approaches for integrated pest management of arthropods in forestry and row crops -
Willers, J.L., Riggins, J.J. 2010. Geographical approaches for integrated pest management of arthropods in forestry and row crops. In: Oerke, E.C., Gerhards, R., Menz, G., Sikora, R.A., editors. Precision Crop Protection - the Challenge and Use of Heterogeneity. New York, NY: Springer. p. 183-202.
Designing experiments to evaluate the effectiveness of precision agricultural practices on research fields. Part 1. Concepts for formulation. -
Milliken, G., Willers, J.L., McCarter, K., Jenkins, J.N. 2010. Designing experiments to evaluate the effectiveness of precision agricultural practices on research fields. Part 1. Concepts for their formulation. Operational Research: An International Journal (ORIJ). 10:329-348.
Spatial analyses to evaluate multi-crop yield stability for a field -
McKinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N. 2010. Spatial Analyses to Evaluate Multi-crop Yield Stability for a Field. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 70:187-198.
Categorical likelihood method for combining NDVI and elevation information for cotton precision agricultural applications -
Willers, J.L., Wu, J., Jenkins, J.N. 2010. Categorical likelihood method for combining NDVI and elevation information for cotton precision agricultural applications. Proceedings Fifth International Workshop on the Analysis of Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Images, July 28-30, 2009, Mystic, CT. p. l.
SPATIALLY VARIABLE INSECTICIDE APPLICATIONS FOR EARLY SEASON CONTROL OF COTTON INSECT PESTS -
McKinion, J.M., Jenkins, J.N., Willers, J.L., Zumanis, A. 2009. Spatially variable insecticide applications for early season control of cotton insect pests. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 67:71-79.
Methods of analysis for georeferenced sample counts of tarnished plant bugs in cotton -
Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N., McKinion, J.M., Gerard, P., Hood, K.B., Bassie, J.R., Cauthen, M.D. 2009. Methods of analysis for georeferenced sample counts of tarnished plant bugs in cotton. Precision Agriculture. 10:189-212.
A post-processing step error correction algorithm for overlapping LiDAR strips from agricultural landscapes -
Willers, J.L., Jin, M., Eksioglu, B., Zusmanis, A., O'Hara, C., Jenkins, J.N. 2008. A post-processing step error correction algorithm for overlapping LiDAR strips from agricultural landscapes. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 64:183-193.
Precision farming, myth or reality: Selected case studies from Mississippi cotton fields -
Willers, J.L., Jallas, E., McKinion, J.M., Seal, M.R., Turner, S. 2009. Precision farming, myth or reality: Selected case studies from Mississippi cotton fields. In: Papajorgiji, P.J., Pardalos, P.M., editors. Advances in Modeling Agricultural Systems. New York, NY: Springer Science. p. 243-272.
Analysis methods for site-specific tarnished plant bug -
Willers, J.L., Zhao, Y., Wu, J., Hood, K.B., Bassie, J.R. 2008. Analysis methods for site-specific tarnished plant bug sampling data. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 1222-1234.
DEFINING THE EXPERIMENTAL UNIT FOR THE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF SITE-SPECIFIC EXPERIMENTS IN COMMERCIAL COTTON FIELDS -
Willers, J.L., Milliken, G.A., Jenkins, J. N., O'Hara, C.G., Gerard, P.D., Reynolds, D.B., Boykin, D.L., Good, P.V., Hood, K.B. 2008. Defining the experimental unit for the design and analysis of site-specific experiments in commercial cotton fields. Agricultural Systems. 96:237-249.
Wide area wireless network (WAWN) for supporting precision agriculture -
Mckinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N. 2007. Wide area wireless network (WAWN) for supporting precision agriculture. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 946-952.
Field-scale Stability Assessment of Multi-year Spatiotemporal Variability in Cotton for the Site-specific Management of Tarnished Plant Bugs (Lygus ineolaris Palisot de Beauvois) -
English, P. J., Defauw, S. L., Willers, J. L., Smith, J. W. 2007. Field-scale Stability Assessment of Multi-year Spatiotemporal Variability in Cotton for the Site-specific Management of Tarnished Plant Bugs (Lygus ineolaris Palisot de Beauvois). Meeting Abstract.
SITE-SPECIFIC APPROACHES TO COTTON INSECT CONTROL. PART 1. STATISTICAL CONCEPTS, SAMPLING, AND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES -
Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N., Ladner, W.L, Gerard, P.D., Boykin, D.L., Hood, K.B., McKibben, P.L., Samson, S.A., Bethel, M.M. 2005. Site-specific approaches to cotton insect control. Sampling, and remote sensing analyses techniques. Precision Agriculture. 6:431-452.
IMPROVING PEST MANAGEMENT WITH REMOTE SENSING -
Shaw, D.R., Willers, J.L. 2006. Improving pest management with remote sensing. Outlooks on Pest Management. 17:197-201.
REMOTE SENSING, SAMPLING AND SIMULATION APPLICATIONS IN ANALYSES OF INSECT DISPERSION AND ABUNDANCE IN COTTON -
Willers, J.L., McKinion, J.M., Jenkins, J.N. 2006. Remote sensing, sampling and simulation applications in analyses of insect dispersion and abundance in cotton. USDA Forest Service Proceedings RM RS-P-42. CD-ROM.
MID-SEASON COTTON YIELD VARIABILITY ESTIMATION WITH REMOTE SENSING -
Iqbal, J., Jenkins, J.N., Thomasson, A., McKinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Whisler, F.D. 2005. Mid-season cotton yield variability estimation with remote sensing. Agronomy Abstracts. 2004 CDROM.
FIELD-SCALE MAPPING OF SOIL PROPERTIES USING HYPERSPECTRAL/MULTISPECTRAL AERIAL IMAGERY -
Iqbal, J., Jenkins, J.N., Thomasson, A., McKinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Whisler, F.D. 2005. Field-scale mapping of soil properties using hyperspectral/multispectral aerial imagery. Agronomy Abstracts. 2004 CDROM.
REMOTE SENSING, SAMPLING AND SIMULATION APPLICATIONS IN ANALYSES OF INSECT DISPERSION AND ABUNDANCE IN COTTON -
Willers, J.L., McKinion, J.M., Jenkins, J.N. 2006. Remote sensing, sampling and simulation applications in analyses of insect dispersion and abundance in cotton. USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-42CD. p. 879-885.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND THE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF SITE-SPECIFIC EXPERIMENTS WITHIN COMMERCIAL COTTON FIELDS -
Willers, J.L., Milliken, G.A., O'Hara, C.G., Jenkins, J.N. 2005. Information technologies and the design and analysis of site-specific experiments within commercial cotton fields. In: Milliken, G.A., editor. Proceedings 16th Kansas State University on Applied Statistics in Agriculture, April 25-27, 2004, Manhattan, Kansas. p. 41-73.
BUILDING A PHILOSOPHY AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR SITE-SPECIFIC EXPERIMENTS IN COMMERCIAL COTTON FIELDS -
Willers, J.L. 2005. Building a philosophy and analytical framework for site-specific experiments in commercial cotton fields. Proceedings National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 1442.
WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKING FOR FARM OPERATIONS AND FARM MANAGEMENT -
McKinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N. 2004. Wireless local area networking for farm operations and farm management. In: Proceedings Agricultural Society of Agricultural Engineers Annual International Meeting, August 1-4, 2004, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Paper No. 043012. 2004 CDROM.
WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS AND HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS VIA SATELLITE FOR PRECISION AGRICULTURE -
McKinion, J.M., Turner, S.B., Willers, J.L., Read, J.J., Jenkins, J.N., McDade, J. 2004. Wireless technology and satellite internet access for high-speed whole farm connectivity in precision agriculture. Agricultural Systems. 81:201-212.
REMOTE SENSING IN DRYLAND COTTON: RELATIONSHIP TO YIELD POTENTIAL AND SOIL PROPERTIES -
Read, J.J., Iqbal, J., Thomasson, J.A., Willers, J.L., Jenkins, J.N. 2003. Remote sensing in dryland cotton: relationship to yield potential and soil properties. Proceedings Ecosystems Dynamics, Agricultural Remote Sensing and Modeling, and Site-Specific Agriculture. 5153:61-72.
FIELD-SCALE MAPPING OF SOIL PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES USING HYPERSPECTRAL/MULTISPECTRAL IMAGE DATA -
Iqbal, J., Whisler, F.D., Thomasson, J.A., Read, J.J., Jenkins, J.N. 2003. Field-scale mapping of soil physical and chemical properties using hyperspectral/multispectral image data [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts. CD-ROM.
HIGH SPEED WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKING FOR FARM APPLICATIONS -
Mckinion, J.M., Willers, J.L., Turner, S.B., Read, J.J., Jenkins, J.N. 2003. High speed wireless local area networking for farm applications. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Meetings Papers. #033057, p. 1-25.
EVALUATION OF REMOTE SENSING TO IDENTIFY VARIABILITY IN COTTON PLANT GROWTH AND CORRELATION WITH LARVAL DENSITIES OF BEET ARMYWORM AND CABBAGE LOOPER (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE) -
Sudbrink, D.L., Harris, F.A., Robbins, J.T., English, P.J., Willers, J.L. 2003. Evaluation of remote sensing to identify variability in cotton plant growth and correlation with larval densities of beet armyworm and cabbage looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Florida Entomologist. 86:290-294.
IMPLEMENTATION OF A WIRELESS HIGH-SPEED LOCAL AREA NETWORK FOR PRECISION AGRICULTURE APPLICATIONS -
Mckinion, J.M., Turner, S. B., Willers, J. L., Jenkins, J.N., Read, J.J., McDade, J. 2003. Implementation of a wireless, high-speed local area network for precision agriculture applications [abstract]. Proceedings National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. p. 2553.
REMOTE SENSING AND SITE SPECIFIC MANAGEMENT OF COTTON PESTS IN EXPERIMENTALAND FARM FIELDS IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA -
Sudbrink, D.L., Harris, F.A., English, P.J., Hanks, J.E., Willers, J.L. 2001. Remote sensing and site specific management of cotton pests in experimental and farm fields in the mississippi delta. Intnl Conference On Geospatial Information In Agriculture And Forestry. CD-ROM.
THE ROLE OF CROP MODELS IN PRECISION AGRICULTURE -
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LARGE-SCALE SPATIALLY VARIABLE INSECTICIDE EXPERIMENTS IN COTTON -
ANALYSIS OF A PRECISION AGRICULTURE APPROACH TO COTTON PRODUCTION -
SPATIALLY VARIABLE INSECTICIDE APPLICATIONS THROUGH REMOTE SENSING -
INTEGRATING GIS INTO PRECISION CROP MANAGEMENT -
PRECISION FARMING, MYTH OR REALITY: A CASE STUDY IN MISSISSIPPI COTTON FIELDS -
SAMPLING FOR PLANT BUGS (HETEROPTERA: MIRIDAE) IN COTTON PRIOR TO CANOPY CLOSURE: APPLICATIONS OF LINE-INTERCEPT SAMPLING AND REMOTE SENSING -
SAMPLING TIPS AND ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR SOYBEAN PRODUCTION -
PERSPECTIVES ON SAMPLING FOR LYGUS IN COTTON: APPLICATIONS OF QUADRAT- BASED SAMPLING SCHEMES -
DESIGNING SPEECH INTERFACE APPLICATIONS FOR ACQUISITION OF AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION -
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