Monday, November 13, 2006: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
73: Grassland Uses and Forage Management
Sponsor:C06 Forage and Grazinglands
Potential use of fresh weight yield as an indirect selection method for dry matter yield in Lolium perenne L.
Patrick Conaghan, Teagasc, Michael Casler, USDA-ARS U.S. Dairy Forage Res.Ctr., Padraig O'Kiely, Teagasc, Leslie Dowley, Teagasc
Vegetative and Reproductive Characteristics of Trifolium rubens.*
Bradley C. Venuto, USDA-ARS Grazinglands Research Lab
Soil Water Distribution and Water Use Efficiency of Forage and Grain Soybeans in the Southern Great Plains.
Srinivas Rao, Grazinglands Research Laboratory, USDA-ARS, Brian Northup, Grazinglands Research Laboratory, USDA-ARS, Herman Mayeux, Grazinglands Research Laboratory, USDA-ARS
Nutritive Value and Silage Quality Characteristics of Kura Clover-Reed Canary Grass Mixtures and Alfalfa.*
Kenneth A. Albrecht, Agronomy Department UW-Madison, Francisco E. Contreras-Govea, Agronomy Department UW-Madison, Richard E. Muck, USDA Dairy Forage Research Center
A Yield Index to Describe Alfalfa Cultivar Resistance to Potato Leafhopper.*
R. Mark Sulc, Ohio State University - Columbus, Edward Brummer, Iowa St. Univ. Dept. Of Agron., Daniel J. Undersander, University of Wisconsin
Silage Quality of Corn-Climbing Bean Mixtures.*
Francisco E. Contreras-Govea, Agronomy Department UW-Madison, Richard E. Muck, USDA Dairy Forage Research Center, Kenneth A. Albrecht, Agronomy Department UW-Madison
Potential of the Annual Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) as a Forage Crop for the Southeastern USA.
Robert Myer, University Of Florida, Ann Blount, University Of Florida, Barry Tillman, University Of Florida, Dan Gorbet, University Of Florida
Use of Non-Traditional Soil Amendments in Alfalfa Production.
David Drake, Utah State University, Grant Cardon, Utah State University, Thomas C. Griggs, Utah State University
Impact of Nitrogen Fertilization on the Yield and Nutritive Value of Seeded Bermudagrass Grown in the Mid-Atlantic Region.*
Christopher Teutsch, Southern Piedmont Research Ctr., Mac Tilson, Southern Piedmont AREC
Nitrogen Source, Potassium, and Subsoil Tillage Effects on Bermudagrass Production.*
Bisoondat Macoon, Central MS Research & Extension Ctr
Response of Forage Chicory Seedlings to Available Soil Phosphorus.
Kimberly Cassida, USDA-ARS, Joyce Foster, USDA-ARS, Matt Sanderson, "Bldg 3702, Curtin Rd, USDA-ARS", Javier Gonzalez, USDA-ARS-AFSRC, K. D. Ritchey, USDA, ARS, Appalachian Farming Systems Research Center
Effects of Long-Term Stocking and Fertility Regimens on Soil No3-N and Extractable Cation Concentrations in Bermudagrass Pastures.*
F. M. Rouquette, TAMU Ag'l. Res. & Ext. Ctr., Maria L. Silveira, Texas A&M Agricultural Res. and Ext, Vincent Haby, Texas Agricultural Expt. Stn., Gerald Smith, TAMU Ag'l. Res. & Ext. Ctr.
Residual Nutrient Removal by Winter Cover Crop From Broiler Litter Amended Soils. 
Jennifer Johnson, Western Kentucky University, B.B. Sleugh, Western Kentucky University, R.A. Gilfillen, Western Kentucky University, W.T. Willian, Western Kentucky University, M. Futrell, Western Kentucky University
Dairy Effluent Rate Effects on Herbage Mass and Nutritive Value of Stargrass (Cynodon nlemfuensis Vanderyst var. nlemfuensis) Pastures.
Elide Valencia, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Rebecca Tirado-Corbalo, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Hector Diaz-Rios, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Martin Adjei, University of Florida
Comparison of Two Pasture Growth Models of Differing Complexity.*
R. Howard Skinner, USDA-ARS, Michael Corson, USDA-ARS
Yield and Nutritive Value of Forage Bermudagrasses Grown in the Texas High Plains.
Mark Marsalis, New Mexico State University
Effect of mowing swath width on forage quality of alfalfa haylage.
Daniel Undersander, Agronomy Department
Wide Swathing to Facilitate the Drying of Cut Forage in the Field.
Debbie J. Cherney, Cornell Univ.-Dept. Of Anl.Sci, Jerome Cherney, Dept.of Crop & Soil Sciences
Vegetation and Soil Characteristics within Over-Wintering Areas on Management Intensive Rotational Grazing Farms.*
Amanda Crowe, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Anita Thompson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ecosystem Carbon Dioxide Flux in Perennial and Annual Crops used on Mixed Beef Farms.*
Vern Baron, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, David, G. Young, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Claude Labine, Campbell Scientific (Canada) Corp.
Yield Components of Biomass in Switchgrass.
Arvid Boe, "Plant Science Dept., SDSU"
Response of a Bermudagrass and White Clover Mixture to Fertilizer on Reclaimed Mine Soil.*
David Lang, Mississippi State Univ
Disturbance and soil amendment effects on C allocation in grazed temperate pastures.*
Julie Doll, UW-Madison, Richard Cates, UW-Madison, Randall Jackson, UW-Madison
Essential Agronomic Practices for Managing Switchgrass for Bioenergy.
Robert Mitchell, "USDA-ARS, 362 Plant Science", Kenneth Vogel, "USDA-ARS, 344 Keim Hall", Gautam Sarath, USDA-ARS, Marty Schmer, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Grazing with Goats to Biologically Control Amaranthus spinosus.
Christy Gustafson, Delaware State University
The influence of nitrogen rates, planting dates, and seeding rates on herbage biomass and nutritive values of Teff (Erogrostis tef (Zucc.).
A. Ozzie Abaye, Virginia Tech, Chris Teutsch, 245 Smyth Hall, William Clapham, USDA-ARS-AFSRC, Tim Phillips, University of Kentucky
Water use efficiency and forage quality of Digitaria eriantha in semiarid Argentina.
Mirta B. Toribio, Departamento de Agronomia, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Hugo E. Laborde, Departamento de Agronomia, Universidad Nacional del Sur y CERZOS (CONICET), Roberto E. Brevedan, Departamento de Agronomia, Universidad Nacional del Sur y CERZOS (CONICET), María N. Fioretti, Departamento de Agronomía, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Oscar A. Terenti, INTA EEA San Luis
Planting Date and Forage Quality in Sunn Hemp.
Jorge Mosjidis, Dept. Agronomy & Soils, Susan Sladden, Dept. Agronomy & Soils
Endophyte Strain Effects on Soil-Borne Nematode Populations and Tall Fescue Host Suitability.
Michael Olivera Melgar, University of Arkansas, Joseph Kuznia, University of Arkansas, Bob Robbins, University of Arkansas, Terry Kirkpatrick, University of Arkansas, Devin Fishel, University of Arkansas

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