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Bauer, P.J. and J.R. Frederick. 2005. Tillage Effects on Canopy Position Specific Cotton Fiber Properties on Two Soils. Crop Sci. 45:698-703.
Busscher, W.J., P.J. Bauer, and E.J. Sadler. 2005. Infiltration And Evapotranspiration For Cotton Grown With Reduced Tillage On Goldsboro Loamy Sand. Proceedings Of The Southern Conservation Tillage Systems Conference, June 27-29, Florence, Sc. P. 217-221.
Campbell, B.T. and M.A. Jones. 2005. Assessment Of Genotype x Environment Interactions For Yield And Fiber Quality In Cotton Performance Trials. Euphytica. 144(1-2):69-78.
Locke, M.A., R.M. Zablotowicz, P.J. Bauer, R.W. Steinriede, and L.A. Gaston. 2005. Conservation cotton production in the southern United States: herbicide dissipation in soil and cover crops. Weed Science 53:717-727.
Novak, J.M. and D.W. Watts. 2005. Water Treatment Residuals Aggregate Size Influences Phosphorus Sorption Kinetics and Pmax Values. Soil Science 170(6):425-432.
Novak, J.M. and D.W. Watts. 2005. An Alum-Based Water Treatment Residual Can Reduce Extractable Phosphorus Concentrations In Three Phosphorus-Enriched Coastal Plain Soils. Journal Of Environmental Quality. 34:1820-1827.
Ro, K.S., P.G. Hunt, and M.E. Poach. 2005. Surficial Oxygen Transfer Into Treatment Lagoons and Potential N Pathways Resulting in Dinitrogen Gas Emission. 2nd International Conference on: Greenhouse Gases and Animal Agriculture (GGAA2005).
Sadler, E.J., D.E. Evans, B.K. Gerwig, J.A. Millen, W. Thomas, and P. Fussell. 2005. Severity, Extent, And Persistence Of Spatial Yield Variation In Production Fields In The Se Us Coastal Plain. Precision Agriculture 6:379-398.
Sadler. E.J., R.G. Evans, K.C. Stone, and C.R. Camp. 2005. Opportunities for Conservation With Precision Irrigation. Journal of Soil and Waste Society. 60(6): 371-379.
Szogi, A.A. and M.B. Vanotti. 2005. Removal of Phosphorus From Animal Manures Experiences of the USDA -Agricultural Research Services. Workshop on Technologies To Remove Nutrients For Animal Waste August 25, Florianopolis-Santa Catrina, Brazil p.26-33.
Szogi, A.A., M.B. Vanotti, and P.G. Hunt. 2005. Dewatering Of Phosphorus Extracted From Liquid Swine Waste. Bioresource Technology 97:183-190.
Vanotti, M.B. 2005. Evaluation of Environmentally Superior Technology: Swine Waste Treatment System for Elimination of Lagoons, Reduced Environmental Impact, and Improved Water Quality (Phase II: Centralized Composting Unit). Rpt. For Tech Det. Per Agreements Between Attny. Gen. N.C., Smithfield Foods, Premium Standard Farms, and Frontline Farmers.
Vanotti, M.B. and A.A. Szogi. 2005. Advanced Technologies For Removal of Nitrogen From Animal Manure - Experiences of the USDA Agricultural Research Services. Workshop on Technologies To Remove Nutrients For Animal Waste August 25, Florianopolis-Santa Catrina, Brazil p.17-25.
Vanotti, M.B., A.A. Szogi, P.G. Hunt, A.Q. Ellison, P.D. Millner, and F.J. Humenik. 2005. Development Of Environmentally Superior Technology In North Carolina: The Super Soil Project. Symposium On The State Of The Science Of Animal Manure And Waste Management, January 5-7, 2005, San Antonio, Texas. 6 P.2005 CD-ROM.
Vanotti, M.B., A.A. Szogi, P.G. Hunt, A.Q. Ellison, P.D. Millner, F.J. Humenik. 2005. Development of an Environmentally Superior Treatment System For replacing Anaerobic Swine Waste Lagoons. In: Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), October 29 - November 2, 2005, Washington, DC. p. 4073-4092. CD-ROM.
Vanotti, M.B., J.M. Rice, A.Q. Ellison, P.G. Hunt, F.J. Humenik, and C.L. Baird. 2005. Solid-Liquid Separation Of Swine Manure With Polymer Treatment And Sand Filtration. Transactions Of The American Society Of Agricultural Engineers. 48(4):1567-1574.
Vanotti, M.B., P.D. Millner, P.G. Hunt, and A.Q. Ellison. 2005. Removal of Pathogen and Indicator Microorganisms from Liquid Swine Manure in Multi-step Biological and Chemical Treatment. Bioresource Technology 96: 209-214.