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Grace Miner
Soil Management and Sugarbeet Research
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
2021 Colorado winter wheat variety performance trials - (Research Technical Update)
Jones-Diamond, S., Johnson, J., Mason, E., Asfeld, E., Stromberger, J., Tyler, R., Meyer, R., Trujillo, W., Kaan, D., Ballard, T., Fickenscher, B., Larson, K., Mankin, K.R., Pettinger, B., Nachappa, P., Peirce, E., Roberts, R., LoGrasso, O., Pottorff, L., Miner, G.S., Delgado, J.A., Ippolito, J., Kluth, D., Stewart, C.E., Erker, B., Westra, E., Gaines, T. 2022. 2021 Colorado winter wheat variety performance trials. Technical Report TR 21-3 2021 Wheat Field Days Edition. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University Extension. 56p.
Wheat grain micronutrients and relationships with yield and protein in the U.S. Central Great Plains Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Miner, G.S., Delgado, J.A., Ippolito, J.A., Johnson, J.J., Kluth, D., Stewart, C.E. 2022. Wheat grain micronutrients and relationships with yield and protein in the U.S. Central Great Plains. Field Crops Research. 279. Article e108453. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fcr.2022.108453.
Soil carbon and agroecosystem benefits of conservation management and perennial bioenergy crop production - (Proceedings)
Stewart, C.E., Miner, G.S., Jin, V.L., Schmer, M.R., Williams, C., Mitchell, R. 2022. Soil carbon and agroecosystem benefits of conservation management and perennial bioenergy crop production. Proceedings of Great Plains Soil Fertility Conference. 19:18-23.
Sustainable irrigation based on co-regulation of soil water supply and atmospheric evaporative demand Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Zhang, J., Peng, B., Pan, M., Zhou, W., Jiang, C., Kimm, H., Franz, T., Grant, R., Yang, Y., Rudnik, D., Heeren, D., Suyker, A., Bauerle, W., Miner, G.S. 2021. Sustainable irrigation based on co-regulation of soil water supply and atmospheric evaporative demand. Nature Communications. 12. Article e5549. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25254-7.