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Amber Brandt
Soil Management and Sugarbeet Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (970) 492-7234
Fax: (970) 492-7213

2150 CENTRE AVENUE
bldg. d., suite 100
FORT COLLINS, CO 80526

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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Effects of climate change and narrow rows with higher plant densities on yields of irrigated corn - (Abstract Only)
Use of narrow rows in sprinkler-irrigated corn systems to increase grain yields, aboveground biomass, and water and nitrogen use efficiencies Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Delgado, J.A., Floyd, B.A., Brandt, A.D., D'Adamo, R.E. 2021. Use of narrow rows in sprinkler-irrigated corn systems to increase grain yields, aboveground biomass, and water and nitrogen use efficiencies. Agronomy. 12(1). Article e82. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy12010082.
Effects of climate change on irrigated corn systems in Colorado and the potential to adapt using management practices - (Abstract Only)
Narrow rows are a potential management tool to increase grain yields, total biomass, and water and nitrogen use efficiencies in irrigated systems - (Abstract Only)
Delgado, J.A., Floyd, B.A., Brandt, A.D., D'Adamo, R.E. 2021. Narrow rows are a potential management tool to increase grain yields, total biomass, and water and nitrogen use efficiencies in irrigated systems. Soil and Water Conservation Society Proceedings. p. 152.