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Collaborations

The Soil Dynamics Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Huntsville, AL,
  • Determination of Residual Effects of Winter Canola to Soil Characteristics and their Impacts on Sequential Crops
  • AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Auburn, AL,
  • Research to Determine Strategies for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Carbon Sequestration for Nursery Production Systems
  • Use of Flue Gas Desulfurization Gypsum (FGDG) to Improve Crop and Horticulture Production in the South
  • Precision Geospatial Mapping of Soil Carbon Content for Agricultural Productivity and Lifecycle Management
  • Research to Determine Strategies for Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Carbon Sequestration for Nursery Production Systems
  • BAYER CROPSCIENCE LP., Durham, NC,
  • Influence of Microbial Inoculated Corn Seeds on Crop Productivity and Yield Under Both Irrigated and Non-irrigated Conditions
  • DUKE ENERGY CAROLINAS, LLC, CHARLOTTE, NC,
  • Use of FGD Gypsum to Improve Agriculture Production and Water Quality in the South
  • DUKE ENERGY FLORIDA, INC., CHARLOTTE, NC,
  • Use of FGD Gypsum to Improve Agriculture Production and Water Quality in the South
  • DUKE ENERGY PROGRESS, LLC, Raleigh, NC,
  • Use of FGD Gypsum to Improve Agriculture Production and Water Quality in the South
  • ENGINEERS, US ARMY CORPS OF, Millington, TN,
  • Pulverized Paper as a Soil Carbon Source for Degraded Training Lands (Project RC-201416)
  • SOUTHERN COMPANY SERVICES, INC., BIRMINGHAM, AL,
  • Use of FGD Gypsum to Improve Agriculture Production and Water Quality in the South
  • FGD Gypsum Use to Improve Soil Quality and Water Quality in the South
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX,
  • Agriculture Systems Measurements of Greenhouse Gases
  • U S ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, Alexandria, VA,
  • Pulverized Paper as a Soil Carbon Source for Degraded Training Lands (Project RC-201416)