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2011 Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

Feng, G., B. Sharratt, and F. Young. 2011. Soil properties governing soil erosion affected by cropping systems in the US Pacific Northwest. Soil & Tillage Research 111:168-174.

Feng, G., B. Sharratt and F. Young.2011. Influence of long-term tillage and crop rotations on soil hydraulic properties in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66:233-241.

Feng, G., B. Sharratt, and L. Wendling. 2011. Fine particle emission potential from loam soils in a semi-arid region. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:2262-2270.

Higginbotham, R.W., S.S. Jones, and A.H. Carter. 2011. Adaptability of wheat cultivars to a late-planted no-till fallow production system. Sustainability 3:1224-1233.

Schillinger, W.F. 2011. Rainfall impacts winter wheat seedling emergence from deep planting depths. Agronomy Journal 103:730-734.

Schillinger, W.F. 2011. Practical lessons for successful long-term cropping systems experiments. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 26:1-3.

Sharratt, B.S. 2011. Size distribution of windblown sediment emitted from agricultural fields in the Columbia Plateau. Soil Science Society of America 75:1054-1060.

Sharratt, B.S. and R. Edgar. 2011. Implications of changing PM10 air quality standards on Pacific Northwest communities affected by windblown dust. Atmospheric Environment 45:4626-4630.

Singh, P., Flury, M., and W.F. Schillinger. 2011. Predicting seed-zone water content for summer fallow in the Inland Pacific Northwest, USA. Soil & Tillage Research 115-116:94-104.

Wuest, S.B., and W.F. Schillinger. 2011. Evaporation from high residue no-till versus tilled fallow in a dry summer climate. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:1512-1518.

 

Extension Bulletins and Videos

Esser, A.D. 2011. Wireworm scouting: Shovel method and modified wireworm sola bait trap. Washington State University Extension Facts Sheet FS059E.

McGuire, A. 2011. 2009 High residue farming under irrigation workshop digest. High residue farming under irrigation workshop series. 34 p.

McGuire, A. 2011.2010 High residue farming under irrigation workshop digest. High residue farming under irrigation workshop series. 25 p.

Zimmerman, T.J., and A. McGuire. 2011. High Residue Farming Under Irrigation.

 

Published Abstracts

Esser, A.D. 2011. Wireworm control in cereal grain production. In National Association of County Agricultural Agents annual meeting and Professional Improvement Conference Proceedings, 7-11 Aug., Overland Park, KS.

Esser, A.D., K.S. Pike, and R. Dewald. 2011. Controlling wireworms with Neonicotinoid insecticides in wheat. In National Association of County Agricultural Agents annual meeting and Professional Improvement Conference Proceedings, 7-11 Aug., Overland Park, KS.

Esser, A.D. 2011. Chemical fallow herbicide application. Washington State Weed Association annual conference, 2-4 Nov., Yakima, WA.

Esser, A.D. 2011. Beyond the CLEARFIELD® winter wheat system. Washington State Weed Association annual conference, 3-5 Nov., Yakima, WA.

Esser, A.D. and R. Hennings. 2011. Winter canola feasibility in rotation with winter wheat. WSU Showcase, 25 March, Pullman, WA.

Feng, G, B. Sharratt, and V. Vaddella. 2011. Impact of rainfall on crust formation and properties for loamy soils in a semiarid region. [CD-ROM]. American Society of Agronomy annual meeting, 16-20 Oct., San Antonio, TX. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Noll, C., J. Kannady, and B. Sharratt. 2011. Lithic scatters that blow: Wind as an agent of secondary deposition of Lithic artifacts. Society for American Archeology, 30 March – 3 April, Sacramento, CA.

Sharratt, B.S. 2011. Complying with tighter PM10air quality standards amid the dust in the Pacific Northwest. [CD-ROM]. American Society of Agronomy annual meeting, 16-20 Oct., San Antonio, TX. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Sharratt, B. 2011. Size characteristics of windblown soil: Field observations from the Columbia Plateau, USA. American Geophysical Union, 5-8 Dec., San Francisco, CA.