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Doug L. Young

Doug Young

 

Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics
School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6210

dlyoung@wsu.edu

 

 

Education

Ph.D. Agricultural Economics, Oregon State University, 1976
B.A. Economics, University of Oregon, 1968

Research Interests

Economics of protecting soil, water, and air quality, Economics of agricultural pest management, Agricultural and resource policy, Risk management in agriculture, and Economics of sustainable agriculture.

Dr. Young’s air quality research has focused on attempting to identify farming systems, which improve air quality without sacrificing farm income. He has also examined the farm characteristics and educational programs which are associated with the adoption of wind erosion control practices.

Technical Support Staff

Past and current Graduate Research Assistantships who have contributed to this project include Jeff Janosky, Louis Juergens, Mani Upadhyay, and Andrey Zaikin.

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

Schillinger, W.F., D.L. Young, A.C. Kennedy, and T.C. Paulitz. 2010. Diverse no-till irrigated crop rotations instead of burning and plowing continuous wheat. Field Crops Research 115:39-49.

Bewick, L.S., F.L. Young, J.R. Alldredge and D.L. Young. 2008. Agronomics and economics of no-till facultative wheat in the Pacific Northwest. Crop Protection 27:932-942.

Upadhyay, B.M. and D.L. Young. 2008. Purchase vs. rent decisions: no-till drill case studies. Journal of Farm Management, ICFAI University Press.

Nail, E.L., D.L. Young, and W.F. Schillinger. 2007. Government subsidies and crop insurance effects on the economics of conservation farming systems in eastern Washington. Agronomy Journal 99:614-620.

Nail, E.L., D.L. Young, and W.F. Schillinger. 2007. Diesel and glyphosate price changes benefit the economics of conservation tillage versus traditional tillage. Soil & Tillage Research 94:321-327.

Schillinger, W.F., A.C. Kennedy, and D.L. Young. 2007. Eight years of annual no-till cropping in Washington’s winter wheat – summer fallow region. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 120:345-358.

Upadhyay, B.M. and D.L. Young. 2007. Stochastic breakeven yields for investment risk analysis. Journal of Financial Risk Management, ICFAI University Press 4:26-36.

Upadhyay, B.M. and D.L. Young. 2006. An operational approach for evaluating investment risk: An application to the no-till transition. Journal of Financial Risk Management, ICFAI University Press 3:25-37.

Young, F.L., M. Thorne, and D.L. Young. 2006. Nitrogen fertility and weed management critical for continuous no-till wheat in the Pacific Northwest. Weed Technology 20:658-669.

Young, D.L., E.G. Smith, and A. Smith. 2005. The sweet smell of subsidies revisited. Choices 20:207-209.

Baker, D.A., D.L. Young, D.R. Huggins, and W.L. Pan. 2004. Economically optimal fertilization for yield and protein in hard red spring wheat. Agronomy Journal 96:116-123.

Juergens, L.A., D.L. Young, W.F. Schillinger, and H.R. Hinman. 2004. Economics of alternative no-till spring crop rotations in Washington’s wheat-fallow region. Agronomy Journal 96:154-158.

Schillinger, W.F., and D.L. Young. 2004. Cropping systems research in the world’s driest rainfed wheat region. Agronomy Journal 96:1182-1187.

Smith, E.G. and D.L. Young. 2003. Cropping diversity along the U.S.-Canada border. Review of Agricultural Economics 25 1:154-167.

Upadhayay, B.M., D.L. Young, H.H. Wang, and P.R. Wandschneider. 2003. How do farmers who adopt multiple conservation practices differ from their neighbors? American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 18:27-36.

Janosky, J.S., D.L. Young, and W.F. Schillinger. 2002. Economics of conservation tillage in a wheat-fallow rotation. Agronomy Journal 94:527-531.

Smith, E.G. and D.L. Young. 2000. The economic and environmental revolution in semiarid cropping in North America. Annals of Arid Zone 39:347-361.

Smith, E.G. and D.L. Young. 2000. Requiem for summer fallow? Choices (First Quarter):24-25.

Wang, H.H., D.L. Young, and O.M. Camara. 2000. The role of environmental education in predicting adoption of wind erosion control practices. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 25:547-558.

Thesis and Dissertation

Baker, D.A. (Agricultural Economics). 2002. Assessing the economic viability of no-till farming systems for two agro-climatic zones in the Pacific Northwest. M.A. thesis, Washington State University.

Camara, O.M. (Agricultural Economics). 1999. Assessing the economic viability of no-till farming systems for two agro-climatic zones in the Pacific Northwest. M.A. thesis, Washington State University.

Janosky, J.S. (Agricultural Economics). 1999. An economic analysis of conservation tillage cropping systems in eastern Washington. M.A thesis, Washington State University.

Juergens, L.A. (Agricultural Economics). 2002. An economic analysis of no-till soft white spring wheat, spring barley, yellow mustard, safflower and conventionally tilled soft white winter wheat in Adams County, Washington. M.A. thesis, Washington State University.

Upadhyay, B.M. (Agricultural Economics). 2003. Analysis of farmers’ investment behavior for conservation technologies. Ph.D. dissertation, Washington State University.

Walters, C.G. (Agricultural Economics). 2003. Weed management and landlord/tenant relationships for eastern Washington grain growers. M.A. thesis, Washington State University.

Zaikin, A.A. (School of Economic Sciences). 2006. Economic analysis of soil and water conservation in dryland farming. MA Thesis, Washington State University.

Extension Bulletins

Schillinger, W.F., R.P. Jirava, A.C. Kennedy, D.L. Young, H.L. Schafer and S.E. Schofstoll. 2008. Eight years of annual no-till cropping in Washington’s winter wheat – summer fallow region. Washington State University Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin XB1043E.

Zaikin, A.A., D.L. Young and W.F. Schillinger. 2008. Economics of an irrigated no-till crop rotation with alternative stubble management systems versus continuous irrigated winter wheat with burning and plowing of stubble, Lind, WA, 2001-2006. Washington State University EB2029E.

Zaikin, A.A., D.L. Young, and W.F. Schillinger. 2007. Economic comparison of undercutter and traditional tillage systems for winter wheat – summer fallow farming. Washington State University Extension Bulletin 2022E.

Karuaihe, R.N., D.L Young, H.H. Wang, and H.R. Hinman. 2005. Examining the sources of differences in profitability and costs for conservation and conventional tillage in Eastern Washington. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook No. 20, Chapter 10.

Nail, E.L., D.L. Young, H.R. Hinman and W.F. Schillinger. 2005. Economic comparison of no-till annual crop rotations to winter wheat-summer fallow in Adams County, WA, 2001-2004. Washington State University Extension Bulletin 1997E.

Nail, E.L., D.L. Young and W.F. Schillinger. 2005. Winter wheat after fallow survey results for Ritzville growers, 2001-2004. p. 55. In 2005 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 05-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W.F., D. Young, D. Rowell, H. Schafer, and S. Schofstoll. 2004. Cropping systems research in the world’s driest rainfed wheat region. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook No. 29, Chapter 2.

Janosky, J.S., D.L. Young, and W.F. Schillinger. 2003. Economics of conservation tillage in a wheat-fallow rotation. Certified crop advisors continuing education self study course. Certified Crop Advisors Advantage (May):5-7.

Juergens, L.A., D.L. Young, H.R. Hinman, and W.F. Schillinger. 2003. An economic comparison of no-till spring wheat and oilseed rotations to conventional winter wheat – fallow in Adams County, Washington. p. 32. Washington State University Extension Bulletin 1956E.

Juergens, L.A., D.L. Young, and H.R. Hinman. 2003. Economics of alternative no-till spring crop rotations in Washington’s wheat-fallow region. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 19, Chapter 10.

Schillinger, B., R. Jirava, H. Schafer, J. Cook, D. Young, T. Paulitz, and A. Kennedy. 2003. Long-term no-till alternative cropping systems research at the Ron Jirava farm: Year 6. p. 29. In 2003 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 03-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, B., H. Schafer, D. Rowell, D. Young, and S. Schofstoll. 2003. Winter wheat – summer fallow vs. continuous annual no-till hard red spring wheat in the Horse Heaven Hills. p. 30. In 2003 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 03-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L., and F.L. Young. 2003. Economics of wind erosion control and cropping systems at the Ralston project. p. 35. In J. Burns and R. Veseth (eds.) 2003 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 03-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Janosky, J., D. Young, and W. Schillinger. 2002. Economics of conservation tillage in a wheat-fallow rotation. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 16, Chapter 10.

Young, D.L, H.R. Hinman, and W.F. Schillinger. 2001. Economics of winter wheat-summer fallow vs. no-till spring wheat in the Horse Heaven Hills. Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1907, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D., H. Hinman, and R. Veseth. March 2000. PNW economics research shows no-till profitability. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 14, Chapter 10.

Camara, O., D. Young, and H. Hinman. 1999. Economic case studies of Eastern Washington no-till farmers growing wheat and barley in the 8-13 inch precipitation zone. Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1885, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Conference Proceedings

Schillinger, W.F., and D.L. Young. 2006. The undercutter method for winter wheat – summer fallow farming in the western United States. p. 589-590. In M. Fotyma and B. Kaminska (eds.) Proceedings of the IX Congress of the European Society of Agronomy, 4-7 Sept., Warsaw, Poland.

Schillinger, W.F., D.L. Young, and B.S. Sharratt. 2006. The undercutter method of summer fallow farming to reduce PM10 emissions. p. 293-300. In V.P. Aneja et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the Workshop on Agricultural Air Quality: State of the Science, 5-8 June, Potomac, MD.

Published Abstracts

Upadhyay, B.M. and D.L. Young. 2008. Stochastic breakeven yields for investment risk analysis. In SSRN-Social Science Research Network.

Schillinger, W.F., D.L. Young, A.C. Kennedy, and T.C. Paulitz. 2006. Ten years of continuous annual no-till cropping vs. winter wheat – fallow in the Pacific Northwest. [CD-ROM]. Soil Science Society of America annual meeting, 12-15 Nov., Indianapolis, IN. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Karuaihe, R.N., H.H. Wang and D.L. Young. 2005. Alternative indices in weather-based crop insurance contracts. December. WAEA 2005 selected paper abstract Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Baker, D.A., D.L. Young, D.R. Huggins, and W.L. Pan. 2003. Economically optimal nitrogen fertilization for yield and protein in hard red spring wheat. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. December.

Schillinger, W.F., D.L. Young, R.I. Papendick, and H.L. Schafer. 2003. Conservation tillage and no-tillage success stories in Washington’s low-precipitation zone. p. 54. Soil and Water Conservation Society annual meeting, 28-31 July, Spokane, WA. SWCS Annual Conference Abstracts.

Schillinger, W.F., and D.L. Young. 2002. Cropping systems research in the driest wheat region of the world. [CD-ROM]. American Society of Agronomy annual meeting, 11-14 Nov., Indianapolis, IN. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Young, D.L, W.F. Schillinger, and F.L. Young. 2001. Economics of no-till hard red spring wheat vs. winter wheat-summer fallow. [CD-ROM]. American Society of Agronomy annual meeting, 21-25 Oct., Charlotte, NC. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Schillinger, W.F., R.J. Cook, D.L. Young, A.C. Kennedy, and K.E. Saxton. 2000. Alternative no-till cropping systems research in the semiarid Pacific Northwest USA. In Proceedings of the 11th Meeting of the International Soil Conservation Organization, 22-27 October, Buenos Aries, Argentina.

Smith, E. and D. Young. 2000. Cropping diversity and farm programs. In Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (December):724.

Wang, H., D. Young, and O. Camara. 2000. The role of environmental education in predicting adoption of wind erosion control practices. p. 728. In Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Schillinger, W.F., R.J. Cook, K.E. Saxton, R.I. Papendick, A.C. Kennedy, D.L. Young, and R.L. Gillespie. 1999. Direct seeding and intensive cropping research in typical wheat-fallow areas. p. 445. Western Society of Crop Science annual meeting, 28-30 June, Powell, WY. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Experiment Station Research and Extension Reports

Schillinger, R. Jirava, T.C. Paulitz, A.C. Kennedy, D.L. Young, T.A. Smith, and S.E. Schofstoll. 2010. Rotation benefits of spring barley on subsequent wheat grain yield. p. 28. In 2010 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 10-2. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W.F., R. Jirava, D.L. Young, T.A. Smith, S.E. Schofstoll, AC. Kennedy, and T.C. Paulitz. 2010. Long-term comparison of winter wheat-summer fallow vs. continuous annual no-till spring wheat. p. 28. In 2010 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 10-2. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Bewick-Sullivan, L., F. Young, and D. Young. 2009. Agronomics and economics of no-till facultative wheat at Ralston, WA, USA. p. 41-42. In 2009 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 09-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L. 2009. Preliminary agronomic and economic results from WAWG/NRCS undercutter project. p. 40. In 2009 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 09-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L. 2009. Conservation tillage research and adoption in the Pacific Northwest. p. 2-3. Invited commentary in 2009 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 09-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W.F., A.C. Kennedy, T.C. Paulitz, D.L. Young, and T.A. Smith. 2008. Winter canola as a rotation crop in the low and intermediate precipitation zones. p. 23. In 2008 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 08-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Zaikin, A.A., D.L.Young and W.F. Schillinger. 2008. Economics of irrigated annual winter wheat after burning and plowing of stubble versus a no-till wheat-barley-canola rotation. p. 44. In 2008 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 08-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W.F., R. Jirava, D.L. Young, A.C. Kennedy, T.C. Paulitz, T.A. Smith, and S.E. Schofstoll. 2007. Ten years of annual no-till cropping research near Ritzville, WA. p. 28-29. In 2007 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 07-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Zaikin, A. D. Young, and W. Schillinger. 2007. Soil conserving undercutter system improves profitability for winter wheat – summer fallow in eastern Washington. p. 40. In 2007 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 07-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Nail, E., D. Young, and W. Schillinger. 2006. Glyphosate and diesel price changes benefit conservation tillage. p. 36. In 2006 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 06-2. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Nail, E. D. Young, and W. Schillinger. 2006. How do government crop subsidies and crop insurance influence the profitability of conservation cropping systems? p. 36. In 2006 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 06-2. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D., E. Nail, and W. Schillinger. 2006. Economics of no-till annual cropping rotations at Ritzville 1997-2004. p. 34-35. In 2006 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 06-2. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Karuaihe, R.N., D.L Young, H.H. Wang, and H.R. Hinman. 2005. Examining the sources of differences in profitability and costs for conservation and conventional tillage in Eastern Washington. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook No. 20, Chapter 10.

Nail, E.L., D.L. Young and W.F. Schillinger. 2005. Economics of no-till annual cropping systems, Ritzville, WA. p. 53. In 2005 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 05-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Nail, E.L., D.L. Young and W.F. Schillinger. 2005. Winter wheat after fallow survey results for Ritzville growers, 2001-2004. p. 55. In 2005 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 05-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L. and D.A.Baker. 2005. Protein premiums can motivate nitrogen fertilization beyond maximum yield. p 53. In 2005 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 05-1. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, B., R. Jirava, H. Schafer, T. Paulitz, D. Young, A. Kennedy, and S. Schofstoll. 2004. Long-term cropping systems research at the Ron Jirava farm: Year 7. p. 22. In 2004 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 04-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, B., H. Schafer, B. Sauer, T. Paulitz, A. Kennedy, D. Young, S. Schofstoll, and B. Fode. 2004. Irrigated cropping systems research at Lind. p. 23. In 2004 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 04-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W.F., B.S. Sharratt, D.L. Young, A.J. Busacca, W.L. Pan, A.C. Kennedy, C.S. Claiborn, B.K. Lamb, A.D. Esser, F.L. Young, B.E. Frazier, S. Machado, C.O. Stockle, J.Q. Wu, M. Flury, P.R. Wandschneider, and C.A. Warriner. 2004. 73. p. Northwest Columbia Plateau PM10 Project. 2004 Summary Report. Highlights of research achievements from 1998 through 2004.

Walters, C.G. and D.L. Young. 2004. Landlord influence on more intensive rotations or direct seeding adoption in eastern Washington. p. 27. In 2004 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 04-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, B., H. Schafer, D. Rowell, D. Young, and S. Schofstoll. 2003. Winter wheat – summer fallow vs. continuous annual no-till hard red spring wheat in the Horse Heaven Hills. p. 30. In 2003 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 03-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, B., R. Jirava, H. Schafer, J. Cook, D. Young, T. Paulitz, and A. Kennedy. 2003. Long-term no-till alternative cropping systems research at the Ron Jirava farm: Year 6. p. 29. In 2003 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 03-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L., and F.L. Young. 2003. Economics of wind erosion control and cropping systems at the Ralston project. p. 35. In J. Burns and R. Veseth (eds.) 2003 Field Day Abstracts: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 03-2, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Juergens, L., D. Young, and W. Schillinger. 2002. Economics of alternative no-till spring crops at Jirava farm, Ritzville, WA. p. 132-133. In 2002 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 02-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Juergens, L., D. Young, and W. Schillinger. 2002. Economics of no-till annual spring cropping systems project, Ritzville, WA. p. 134-135. In 2002 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 02-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Juergens, L., D. Young, and W. Schillinger. 2002. Winter wheat after fallow yield survey results for Ritzville growers, Adams County, WA. p. 141-142. In 2002 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 02-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, B., D. Rowell, H. Schafer, D. Young, S. Albrecht, and S. Schofstoll. 2002. Cropping systems research in the driest wheat region of the world. p. 100-101. In 2002 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 02-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W., H. Schafer, B. Sauer, T. Paulitz, A. Kennedy, D. Young, S. Schofstoll, R. Veseth, D. Wysocki, K. Saxton, B. Fode, K. Schroeder, and C. Claiborn. 2002. Irrigated cropping systems research at Lind. p. 96-99. In 2002 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 02-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, B., R. Jirava, H. Schafer, J. Cook, D. Young, A. Kennedy, and S. Schofstoll. 2002. Long-term direct seed alternative cropping systems research at the Ron Jirava farm: Year 5. p. 92-94. In 2002 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 02-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L., W.F. Schillinger, and F.L. Young. 2002. How the 2001 drought affected the economic risk of continuous no-till hard red spring wheat in Adams and Benton counties experiments. p. 136-140. In 2002 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 02-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W., R. Jirava, R.J. Cook, D. Young, H. Schafer, A. Kennedy, N. Christensen, and G. Giri. 2001. Long-term alternative crop rotations using no-till: The first four years in Adams county. p. 91-94. In 2001 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 01-4, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W., H. Schafer, B. Sauer, A. Kennedy, D. Young, D. Wysocki, and T. Paulitz. 2001. No-till seeding into standing irrigated stubble instead of burning. p. 95-97. In 2001 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 01-4, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Upadhyay, B.M., D.L. Young, and H.H. Wang. 2001. Do farmers who adopt multiple wind erosion control practices differ from their neighbors? In J. Burns and R. Veseth (ed.) 2001 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 01-4, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L., J.J. Janosky, F.L. Young, and T. Kwon. 2001 Economic results for Phase I of Ralston project, 1996-2000. In J. Burns and R. Veseth (eds.) 2001 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 01-4, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D.L., H.R. Hinman, and W.F. Schillinger. 2001. How competitive is continuous no-till spring wheat in the Horse Heaven Hills? p. 108-111. In 2001 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 01-4, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Wang, H., D. Young, and O. Camara. 2000. PM10 Educational program promotes adoption of wind erosion control practices. p. 107-109. In S. Dofing, and R. Veseth (eds.) 2000 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 00-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D. and D. Reppe. 2000. Wind Erosion Predictions for the Lind and Ralston Projects. p. 104-106. In S. Dofing and R. Veseth (eds.) 2000 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 00-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Young, D., H. Hinman, and R. Veseth. June 2000. PNW economics research shows no-till profitability. In 2000 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 00-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Janosky, J.S., D.L. Young, and W.F. Schillinger. 1999. Profitability analysis for 1995-1998 results of wheat-fallow cropping at Lind, Washington. p. 128-130. In 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Janosky, J.S., D.L. Young and F.L. Young. 1999. Profitability analysis for Ralston spring cropping trials, 1996-1998. p. 134-137. In S. Dofing (ed.) 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W., R. Cook, K. Saxton, R. Papendick, H. Schafer, D. Young, R. Gillespie, A. Kennedy, J. Yenish, T. Lumpkin, R. Veseth, J. Driessen, and B. Sauer. 1999. Long-term alternative cropping systems for the drylands. p. 134-137. In S. Dofing (ed.) 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.