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Paul M White
Sugarcane Research
Research Soil Scientist

Phone: (985) 879-2172
Fax: (985) 876-8072

5883 USDA ROAD
HOUMA , LA 70360
Projects
The Effects of Water-Driven Processes on Sugarcane Production Systems and Associated Ecosystem Services in Louisiana
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 431521
Three-way (LSUAC, ASCL, ARS) Sugarcane Breeding and Variety Development Agreement
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 432353
Calibrating Agricultural Sensors to Improve Knowledge of Sugarcane Plant Health, Water Use, and Sustainability
Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 436209
Improving Sugarcane Production Efficiency (ASCL)
Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement (T)
  Accession Number: 428910

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Sediment and nutrient loading from sugarcane fields in south Louisiana: Effect of residue management -
Sugarcane biomass, dry matter, and sucrose availability and variability when grown on a bioenergy feedstock production cycle -
White Jr, P.M., Webber III, C.L., Viator, R.P., Aita, G. 2018. Sugarcane biomass, dry matter, and sucrose availability and variability when grown on a bioenergy feedstock production cycle. BioEnergy Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12155-018-9951-y.
Impacts of cover crop on soil microbiome in a long-term sugarcane monoculture -
Mula-Michel, H.P., White Jr, P.M., Hale, A.L. 2018. Impacts of cover crop on soil microbiome in a long-term sugarcane monoculture [abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 38:62.
Impact of acetic acid concentration, application volume, and adjuvants on weed control efficacy -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Shrefler, J.W., Spaunhorst, D.J. 2018. Impact of acetic acid concentration, application volume, and adjuvants on weed control efficacy. Journal of Agricultural Science. 10(8):1-6. https://doi.org/10.5539/jas.v10n8p1.
Using eddy covariance to determine sugarcane field hydrologic components -
White Jr, P.M., Webber III, C.L., Grisham, M.P. 2018. Using eddy covariance to determine sugarcane field hydrologic components [abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 38:67.
Crop yield increases observed with chemically-treated billet seedcane in Louisiana -
White Jr, P.M., Webber III, C.L., Hoy, J.W., Gravois, K.A., Waguespack Jr, H.L. 2018. Crop yield increases observed with chemically-treated billet seedcane in Louisiana [abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 38:64.
Advances in the basic breeding program -
Hale, A.L., White Jr, P.M., Todd, J.R., Dufrene Jr, E.O., Viator, R.P. 2018. Advances in the basic breeding program [abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 38:57.
Sugarcane and pine biochar as amendments for greenhouse growing media for the production of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) seedlings -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Gu, M., Spaunhorst, D.J., Lima, I.M., Petrie, E.C. 2018. Sugarcane and pine biochar as amendments for greenhouse growing media for the production of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) seedlings. Journal of Agricultural Science. 10(4):58-68. https://doi.org/10.5539/jas.v10n4p58.
Sugarcane biochar as an amendment for greenhouse growing media for the production of cucurbit seedlings -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Spaunhorst, D.J., Lima, I.M., Petrie, E.C. 2018. Sugarcane biochar as an amendment for greenhouse growing media for the production of cucurbit seedlings. Agronomy Journal. 10(2):104-115. https://doi.org/10.5539/jas.v10n2p104.
Yield and water quality for different residue managements of sugarcane in Louisiana -
Selim, H.M., Tubana, B.S., Arceneaux, A., Elrashidi, M.A., Coreil, C.B., White Jr, P.M. 2018. Yield and water quality for different residue managements of sugarcane in Louisiana. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 38:1-22.
Green-cane harvested sugarcane crop residue decomposition as a function of temperature, soil moisture, and particle size Reprint Icon -
White Jr, P.M., Webber III, C.L. 2017. Green-cane harvested sugarcane crop residue decomposition as a function of temperature, soil moisture, and particle size. Sugar Tech. 20(5):497-508. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12355-017-0579-6.
Sugarcane crop residue and bagasse allelopathic impact on oat (Avena sative L.), tall morningglory (Ipomoea purpurea L. Roth), and redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus L.) germination -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Spaunhorst, D.J., Wayment, D.G., Landrum, D.S. 2018. Sugarcane crop residue and bagasse allelopathic impact on oat (Avena sative L.), tall morningglory (Ipomoea purpurea L. Roth), and redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus L.) germination. Journal of Agricultural Science. 10(2):15-22. https://doi.org/10.5539/jas.v10n2p15.
Sugarcane field residue and root allelopathic impact on weed seed germination -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Landrum, D.S., Spaunhorst, D.J., Wayment, D.G., Dorvil, E.N. 2017. Sugarcane field residue and root allelopathic impact on weed seed germination. Journal of Agricultural Science. 10(1):66-72. https://doi.org/10.5539/jas.v10n1p66.
Sugarcane field residue and bagasse allelopathic impact on vegetable seed germination Reprint Icon -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Landrum, D.S., Spaunhorst, D.J., Wayment, D.G. 2017. Sugarcane field residue and bagasse allelopathic impact on vegetable seed germination. Journal of Agricultural Science. 9(11):10-16.
Comparative performance of sugarcane bagasse and black polyethylene as mulch for squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) production Reprint Icon -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Spaunhorst, D.J., Petrie, E.C. 2017. Comparative performance of sugarcane bagasse and black polyethylene as mulch for squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) production. Journal of Agricultural Science. 9(11):1-9.
Building organic matter of long-term sugarcane soils in a temperate environment -
Effect of growing media and fertilization on sugarcane flowering under artificial photoperiod Reprint Icon -
Hale, A.L., White Jr, P.M., Webber III, C.L., Todd, J.R. 2017. Effect of growing media and fertilization on sugarcane flowering under artificial photoperiod. PLoS One. 12(8):1-10. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0181639.
Impact of mustard seed meal applications on direct-seeded cucurbits and weed control Reprint Icon -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Boydston, R.A., Shrefler, J.W. 2017. Impact of mustard seed meal applications on direct-seeded cucurbits and weed control. Journal of Agricultural Science. 9(8):81-90. doi:10.5539/jas.v9n8p81
Improving soil management in sugarcane cultivation -
White Jr, P.M., Johnson, R.M. 2017. Improving soil management in sugarcane cultivation. In: P. Rott, editor. Achieving sustainable cultivation of sugarcane. Volume 1 - Cultivation techniques, quality and sustainability. Cambridge, UK. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing. p. 97-109.
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.
Potential losses of soil nutrients and energy content on the complete removal of sugarcane leaf material as a biomass feedstock -
White Jr, P.M., Viator, R.P., Webber III, C.L., Eggleston, G. 2018. Potential losses of soil nutrients and energy content on the complete removal of sugarcane leaf material as a biomass feedstock. Sugar Tech. 20(1):40-49. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12355-017-0523-9.
Billet-planted sugarcane responds positively to chemical seed treatments -
White Jr, P.M., Hoy, J.W., Webber III, C.L., Gravois, K., Waguespack Jr., H.L. 2017. Billet-planted sugarcane responds positively to chemical seed treatments [abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 37:48-49.
Sugarcane residue and bagasse as biochar precursors for soil amendment applications and beyond -
Lima, I., White, P. 2017. Sugarcane residue and bagasse as biochar precursors for soil amendment applications and beyond. In: Proceedings for the Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion Conference, March 15-18, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. p. 53-69.
Does fallow planted soybean and sweet sorghum reduce plant cane density? -
Spaunhorst, D.J., White Jr, P.M. 2017. Does fallow planted soybean and sweet sorghum reduce plant cane density? Journal of American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 37:24.
Allelopathic impact of HoCP 96-540 field residue on seed germination -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Spaunhorst, D.J., Landrum, D.S. 2017. Allelopathic impact of HoCP 96-540 field residue on seed germination [abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 37:50-51.
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]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 37:50.
Impact of sugarcane field residue and mill bagasse on seed germination -
Webber III, C.L., White, Jr, P.M., Landrum, D.S., Shrefler, J.W. 2017. Impact of sugarcane field residue and mill bagasse on seed germination [abstract]. Louisiana Agricultural Technology & Management Conference, February 15-17, 2017, Marksville, 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.
Delta-Flux: An eddy covariance network for a climate-smart lower Mississippi basin Reprint Icon -
Runkle, B., Rigby Jr, J.R., Reba, M.L., Anapalli, S.S., Bhattacharjee, J., Krauss, K.W., Liang, L., Locke, M.A., Novick, K., Sui, R., Suvocarev, K., White Jr, P.M. 2017. Delta-Flux: An eddy covariance network for a climate-smart lower Mississippi basin. Agricultural and Environmental Letters. 2:170003. doi:10.2134/ael2017.01.0003.
Sugarcane bagasse and leaf residue biochars as soil amendment for increased sugar and cane yields -
Lima, I.M., White Jr, M. 2017. Sugarcane bagasse and leaf residue biochars as soil amendment for increased sugar and cane yields. International Sugar Journal. 119(1421):382-390.
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.
Dedicated energy crops and crop residues for bioenergy feedstocks in the Central and Eastern U.S.A. Reprint Icon -
Mitchell, R., Schmer, M.R., Anderson, W.F., Jin, V.L., Balkcom, K.S., Kiniry, J.R., Coffin, A.W., White Jr, P.M. 2016. Dedicated energy crops and crop residues for bioenergy feedstocks in the Central and Eastern U.S.A. BioEnergy Research. 9:384-398.
Limits to soil carbon stability; Deep, ancient soil carbon decomposition stimulated by new labile organic inputs Reprint Icon -
Bernal, B., Mckinley, D.C., Hungate, B.A., White Jr, P.M., Mozdzer, T.J., Megonigal, J.P. 2016. Limits to soil carbon stability; Deep, ancient soil carbon decomposition stimulated by new labile organic inputs. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 98:85-94.
Spring reflections on Louisiana sugar cane -
White Jr, P.M. 2016. Spring reflections on Louisiana sugar cane. Sugar Journal. 78(12):25-26.
Unique cropping systems for Louisiana sugarcane -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Dalley, C., Viator, R., Shrefler, J.W. 2016. Unique cropping systems for Louisiana sugarcane [abstract]. Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion Technical Conference, March 15-18, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana. p. 30-31.
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.
The long and short of it: Sugarcane planting systems (whole stalks, billets, and single nodes) -
Louisiana sugarcane bagasse as a natural mulch for yellow squash production -
Vegetable seedling production with sugarcane bagasse ash -
Kenaf’s allelopathic impact on seedling growth -
Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) impact on post-germination seedling growth Reprint Icon -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Myers, D.L., Shrefler, J.W., Taylor, M.J. 2015. Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) impact on post-germination seedling growth. Journal of Agricultural Science. 7(12):91-99.
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.
Sugarcane and pinewood biochar effects on activity and aerobic soil dissipation of metribuzin and pendimethalin Reprint Icon -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L., Lima, I.M. 2015. Sugarcane and pinewood biochar effects on activity and aerobic soil dissipation of metribuzin and pendimethalin. Industrial Crops and Products. 74(2015):737-744. DOI: 10.1016/j.indcrop.2015.04.022
Billet planting, 8-foot rows, residue updates -
Cover crop options and pros and cons in Louisiana sugarcane -
Alternative cropping systems for sugarcane -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Dalley, C.D., Viator, R.P., Shrefler, J.W. 2015. Alternative cropping systems for sugarcane [abstract]. Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists Annual Meeting, January 30 - February 4, 2015, Atlanta, Georgia. S53.
Impact of kenaf extracts on germination of green bean, tomato, cucumber, and Italian ryegrass -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Myers, D.L., Taylor, M.J., Shrefler, J.W. 2015. Impact of kenaf extracts on germination of green bean, tomato, cucumber, and Italian ryegrass [abstract]. Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists Annual Meeting, January 30 - February 4, 2015, Atlanta, Georgia. S53-54.
Yield stability in genotypes derived through basic breeding -
Louisiana farm discussion: 8 foot row spacing -
Impact of kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) leaf, bark, and core extracts on germination of five plant species -
Webber III, C.L., White Jr, P.M., Myers, D.L., Taylor, M.J., Shrefler, J.W. 2015. Impact of kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) leaf, bark, and core extracts on germination of five plant species. Journal of Agricultural Science. 7(2):93-98. DOI: 10.5539/jas.v7n2p93.
Energycane production for biomass and bioenergy feedstocks in Louisiana -
Wide row spacing in Louisiana sugarcane -
Pyraclostrobin wash-off from sugarcane leaves and aerobic dissipation in agricultural soil Reprint Icon -
Fulcher, J.M., Wayment, D.G., White Jr, P.M., Webber III, C.L. 2014. Pyraclostrobin wash-off from sugarcane leaves and aerobic dissipation in agricultural soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 62(10):2141-2146. DOI: 10.1021/jf405506p
Cultural practices updates -
Sugarcane borer resistance in sugarcane as affected by silicon applications in potting medium Reprint Icon -
White, W.H., White Jr., P.M. 2014. Sugarcane borer resistance in sugarcane as affected by silicon applications in potting medium [online journal]. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 33:38-54.
Energycane harvest date effects on biomass, sugar, and fiber yields -
White Jr, P.M., Viator, R.P., Webber III, C.L., Aita, G. 2013. Energycane harvest date effects on biomass, sugar, and fiber yields [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Abstract 43-18.
Potential of diazotrophic bacteria associated with sugarcane for energycane production -
Effects of seasonal variations of sugarcane stalk and extraneous matter quantity and quality as they affect recoverable sugar, starch, and fiber: Part 1 -
Eggleston, G., Viator, R., Gateuil, A., Fenger, J-A., White, P., Jackson, W., Waguespack, Jr, H., Blackwelder, N. 2013. Effects of seasonal variations of sugarcane stalk and extraneous matter quantity and quality as they affect recoverable sugar, starch, and fiber: Part 1. International Sugar Journal. 115(1375):477-487.
Seasonal variations of sugarcane stalk and extraneous matter on pH, color and ash as they affect the production of high quality raw sugars (Part II) -
Eggleston, G., Viator, R., Gateuil, A, Fenger, J., White, P., Jackson, W., Waguespack, Jr., H. 2013. Seasonal variations of sugarcane stalk and extraneous matter on pH, color and ash as they affect the production of high quality raw sugars (Part II). International Sugar Journal. 115(1377):634-641.
Green-cane harvest of sugarcane effects on biomass and energy yields and nutrient removal -
White Jr, P.M., Viator, R.P., Richard, E.P., Grisham, M.P. 2012. Green-cane harvest of sugarcane effects on biomass and energy yields and nutrient removal. In: Proceedings of Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, October 3 - 5, 2012. New Orleans, LA. Available: http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/
Registration of ‘Ho 02-113’ Sugarcane -
Hale, A.L., Dufrene Jr, E.O., Tew, T.L., Pan, Y-B., Viator, R.P., White Jr, P.M., Veremis, J.C., White, W.H., Cobill, R., Richard, E.P., Rukavina, H., Grisham, M.P. 2012. Registration of ‘Ho 02-113’ Sugarcane. Journal of Plant Registrations. 7(1):51-57. doi:10.3198/jpr2011.11.0605crc.
Screening for tolerance to periodic flooding for cane grown for sucrose and bioenergy Reprint Icon -
Viator, R.P., White Jr, P.M., Hale, A.L., Waguespack, H.L. 2012. Screening for tolerance to periodic flooding for cane grown for sucrose and bioenergy. Biomass and Bioenergy. 44:56-63. Available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biombioe.2012.04.007.
Diversity and antifungal activity of endophytic diazotrophic bacteria colonizing sugarcane in Egypt -
Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium requirements to support a multi-billion gallon biofuel industry -
Murrell, T., Fixen, P.E., Huang, W., Kovar, J.L., White Jr, P.M. 2011. Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium requirements to support a multi-billion gallon biofuel industry. In: Braun, R., Karlen, D., and Johnson D., (ed.). Sustainable Alternative Fuel Feedstock Opportunities, Challenges and Roadmaps for Six U.S. Regions. Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society. p. 160-176. Available: http://www.swcs.org/documents/resources/Chapter_10__Murrell__Billion_Ton_Re_8B308171BD289.pdf.
Soil health for increasing sugarcane yield and sustainability -
White Jr, P.M. 2011. Soil health for increasing sugarcane yield and sustainability. Sugar Journal. 74(1):30-31.
Effect of post-harvest residue and methods of residue removal on ground inhabiting arthropod predators in sugarcane Reprint Icon -
White, W.H., Viator, R.P., White Jr, P.M. 2011. Effect of post-harvest residue and methods of residue removal on ground inhabiting arthropod predators in sugarcane. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 31:39-50.
Sugarcane bagasse and pine wood biochar effects on aerobic soil dissipation of metribuzin and pendimethalin -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L., Lima, I.M. 2011. Sugarcane bagasse and pine wood biochar effects on aerobic soil dissipation of metribuzin and pendimethalin. American Chemical Society Fall 2011 National Meeting and Exposition, August 28 - September 2, 2011, Denver, Colorodo. CDROM.
Metolachlor fate in regionally adopted cropping systems of the SE United States -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L. 2011. Metolachlor fate in regionally adopted cropping systems of the SE United States. American Chemical Society Fall 2011 National Meeting and Exposition, August 28 - September 2, 2011, Denver, Colorodo. CDROM.
Herbicide sorption in a biochar-amended coastal plain soil under conventional and conservation tillage management -
Potter, T.L., White Jr, P.M., Lima, I.M. 2011. Herbicide sorption in a biochar-amended coastal plain soil under conventional and conservation tillage management [abstract]. American Chemical Society National Meeting. August 28-September 1, 2011.
Sugarcane yield response to soybean double-cropping in Louisiana -
White Jr, P.M., Viator, R.P., Richard Jr, E.P. 2011. Sugarcane yield response to soybean double-cropping in Louisiana. Crop Management. DOI:10.1094/CM-2011-0721-01-RS.
Smooth brome (Bromus inermis Leyss) response to concrete grinding residue application -
Desutter, T.M., Goosen-Alix, P., Prutny, L., White Jr, P.M., Casey, F.X. 2011. Smooth brome (Bromus inermis Leyss) response to concrete grinding residue application. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 222:195-204.
Biological nitrogen fixation in Louisiana sugarcane -
Grisham, M.P., White Jr, P.M., Esh, A.M., El-Kholi, M. 2011. Biological nitrogen fixation in Louisiana sugarcane. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 31:165.
Changes in microbial properties after manure, lime, and bentonite application to a heavy metal-contaminated mine waste -
Baker, L.R., White Jr, P.M., Pierzynski, G.M. 2011. Changes in microbial properties after manure, lime, and bentonite application to a heavy metal-contaminated mine waste. Applied Soil Ecology. 48(2011):1-10.
Sugarcane yield responses of four cultivars to three planting dates in Louisiana Reprint Icon -
White Jr, P.M., Viator, R.P., Richard Jr, E.P. 2010. Sugarcane yield responses of four cultivars to three planting dates in Louisiana. J. American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists. 30:115-132.
Fate and efficacy of metolachlor granular and emulsifiable concentrate formulations in a conservation-tillage system -
Potter, T.L., Gerstl, Z., White Jr, P.M., Cutts, G.S., Webster, T.M., Truman, C.C., Strickland, T.C., Bosch, D.D. 2010. Fate and efficacy of metolachlor granular and emulsifiable concentrate formulations in a conservation-tillage system. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58(19):10590-10596.
Fate and efficacy of metolachlor granular and emulsifiable concentrate formulations in a conservation-tillage system -
Potter, T.L., Gerstl, Z., White Jr, P.M., Truman, C.C., Cutts, G.S., Webster, T.M., Strickland, T.C., Bosch, D.D. 2010. Fate and efficacy of metolachlor granular and emulsifiable concentrate formulations in a conservation-tillage system. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58(19):10590-10596.
Seasonal variations on sugarcane trash quantity and quality that directly concern factory processors and refiners -
Eggleston, G., Viator, R., Gateuil, A., Jackson, W., Waguespack, Jr., H., White, P., Blackwelder, N. 2010. Seasonal variations on sugarcane trash quantity and quality that directly concern factory processors and refiners. Sugar Bulletin. 88(12):22-27.
Sustainable production of energycane for bio-energy in the Southeastern US -
Viator, R.P., White Jr, P.M., Richard Jr, E.P. 2011. Sustainable production of energycane for bio-energy in the Southeastern U.S. American Chemical Society Book Series, Sustainability of Sugarcane for Sugar and Bioenergy. 1058:147-161.
Seasonal Variations on Sugarcane Trash Quantity and Quality that Directly Concern Refiners -
Seasonal variations on sugarcane trash quantity and quality that directly concern refiners -
Eggleston, G., Viator, R.P., Gateuil, A., Jackson, W., Waguespack, Jr., H., White Jr, P.M., Blackwelder, N. 2010. Seasonal variations on sugarcane trash quantity and quality that directly concern refiners. Sugar Industry Technologists Meeting, May 15-19, 2010, Savannah, Georgia. LXIX, No. 993. p. 218-239.
Potential losses of macro and micronutrients by removal of sugarcane post-harvest crop residue -
White Jr, P.M., Viator, R.P., Richard Jr, E.P., Eggleston, G. 2010. Potential losses of macro and micronutrients by removal of sugarcane post-harvest crop residue [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts, Agronomy Society of America, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America International Annual Meeting, October 31 - November 4, 2010, Long Beach, California. 2010 CDROM.
Metolachlor and chlorothalonil dissipation in gypsum-amended soil -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L. 2010. Metolachlor and chlorothalonil dissipation in gypsum-amended soil. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, B: Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes. 45(7):728-737.
Fungicide Dissipation and Impact on Metolachlor Aerobic Soil Degradation and Soil Microbial Dynamics -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L., Culbreath, A.K. 2010. Fungicide Dissipation and Impact on Metolachlor Aerobic Soil Degradation and Soil Microbial Dynamics. Science of the Total Environment. 408(6):1393-1402.
Reduction in metolachlor and degradates concentrations in shallow groundwater through cover crop use Reprint Icon -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L., Bosch, D.D., Joo, H., Schafer, B., Munoz-Carpena, R. 2009. Reduction in metolachlor and degradates concentrations in shallow groundwater through cover crop use. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 57(20):9658-9667.
Pressurized Liquid Extraction of Soil Microbial Phospholipid and Neutral Lipid Fatty Acids -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L., Strickland, T.C. 2009. Pressurized Liquid Extraction of Soil Microbial Phospholipid and Neutral Lipid Fatty Acids. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 57(16):7171-7177.
Tillage and land-use impacts on soil carbon and nitrogen storage and belowground processes -
Mfombep, P., Rice, C.W., Todd, T.C., White Jr, P.M., Wilson, G.T. 2009. Tillage and land-use impacts on soil carbon and nitrogen storage and belowground processes. International Symposium on Soil Organic Matter Dynamics: Land Use, Management and Global Change.
Metolachlor formulation and ground cover effects on cotton and weed growth - greenhouse experiments -
Cutts, G.S., Grey, T.L., Webster, T.M., White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L. 2009. Metolachlor formulation and ground cover effects on cotton and weed growth - greenhouse experiments. Proceedings of Southern Weed Science Society. 62:319.
Tillage Effects on Microbial and Carbon Dynamics During Plant Residue Decomposition -
White Jr, P.M., Rice, C.W. 2009. Tillage Effects on Microbial and Carbon Dynamics During Plant Residue Decomposition. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73:138-145. doi:10.2136/ssaj2007.0384.
Metolachlor and Tillage Impacts on Microbial Dynamics During a Cotton Growing Season -
White Jr, P.M., Potter, T.L., Strickland, T.C. 2008. Metolachlor and Tillage Impacts on Microbial Dynamics During a Cotton Growing Season. American Society of Agronomy Meetings October 5-9, 2008, Madison, Wisconsin. {CD-ROM}.
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