External publications by staff from 2006 through 2009
Allen M. 2006. Green light on basics: the importance of plant tissue analysis in turfgrass management. NC Turfgrass (November/December): 20–24.
Cahill S, Johnson A, Osmond D, Hardy D. 2008. Response of corn and cotton to starter phosphorus on soils testing very high in phosphorus. Agron J 100(3): 537–42.
Cahill SL, Osmond DL, Johnson AM, Hardy DH. 2008. Starter fertilizer on soils testing very high for P; poster presented at the 19th annual joint conference of the NC Small Grain, Soybean & Corn Growers Associations; 2008 Jan 17–18; Research Triangle Park (NC).
Cahill SL, Osmond DL, Johnson A, Hardy DH. 2008. Starter fertilizer on soils testing very high for phosphorus; poster presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Soil Science Society of NC; 2008 Jan 22–23; Raleigh (NC)
Casteel S. 2006. Green light on basics: the importance of solution analysis to the turf industry. NC Turfgrass (May/June): 30–33.
Casteel S, Maguire R, Brake J, Israel D, Hardy D. 2007. Broiler-breeder diet effect on manure-amended soil: phosphorus transformation. Presented at the 50th annual meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina; 2007 Jan 16–17; Raleigh (NC). [proceedings not published yet].
Casteel S, Morris R, Messick JK, Hardy D, Hudak-Wise C, Cleveland B. 2006. Potassium fertilization in blueberry production—dry or liquid?; poster presented at the 49th annual meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina; 2006 Jan 17–18; Raleigh (NC).
Cleveland B. 2008. NCDA&CS tissue analysis: a tool for monitoring plant nutrient status. NC Flower Growers' Bull 53(1&2a):1, 3–6.
Cleveland BR. 2009. Using NCDA&CS tissue analysis to monitor nutritional status in new blackberry cultivars. Presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina; 2009 Jan 20–21; Raleigh (NC).
Cleveland BR, Cervantes M. 2007. Trends indicated by nutrient analysis of cotton tissue. Better Crops with Plant Food 2007(4): 6–7.
Cleveland B, Crozier C, Edmisten K. 2008. Carolina cotton notes: new NCDA&CS cotton tissue sampling protocol for summer 2008. Raleigh (NC): NC State Univ Crop Science Dept.
Cleveland B, Edmisten K, Holt S. 2008. New cotton tissue sampling protocol. Cotton Trends, December 2008: 3.
Crozier CR, Hardy DH, Cleveland B. 2007. Nutrient deficiency diagnosis training using field & greenhouse plants; poster presented at the 99th annual meeting of the American Society of Agronomy; 2007 Nov 4–8; New Orleans (LA).
Crozier C, Hoyt G, Hardy D. 2007. Responses of corn and wheat to sulfur fertilizer. Presented at the 50th annual meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina; 2007 Jan 16–17; Raleigh (NC). [in press?]
Dycus D. 2009. Soil and tissue testing for optimum strawberry production. In: Proceedings 2009 Southeast Strawberry Expo; 2009 Nov 8–10; Durham (NC). p 21.
Gibson JL, Williams A, Whipker BE, Nelson PV, Dole JM, Cleveland B, Walls FR. 2007. Foliar symptomology and tissue concentrations of nutrient-deficient vegetative strawflower plants. Commun Soil Sci Plant Anal 38(17/18):2279–94.
Gulcu B, Hazir S, Giblin-Davis RM, Ye W, Kanzaki N, Mergen H, Keskin N, Thomas WK. 2008. Molecular variability of Schistonchus caprifici from Ficus carica in Turkey. Nematology 10(5): 639–49.
Hardy DH. 2007. Advice on lowering soil pH. NC Blueberry Counc Newsl 12(3): 4.
Hardy DH, Crozier C, Hoyt G. 2006. Evaluating corn response to sulfur by use of Mehlich-3 in North Carolina; poster presented at the 98th annual meeting of the American Society of Agronomy; 2006 Nov 12–16; Indianapolis (IN).
Hardy DH. 2008. Green light on basics: the importance of soil testing. NC Turfgrass (Mar/April): 30–33.
Hazir C, Giblin-Davis RM, Keskin N, Ye W, Kanzaki N, Center BJ, Hazir S, Kaya HK, Thomas WK. 2007. Bursaphelenchus debrae n. sp. (Nematoda: Parasitaphelenchidae), an associate of the bee Halictus brunnescens in Turkey. Nematology 9(6): 777–89.
Hinesley LE, Hardy D, Cleveland B, Myers J. 2008. Soil pH and fertility affect growth of Leyland cypress Christmas trees. J Environ Hort 26(1):4–8.
Jordan DL, Barnes JS, Corbett T, Bogle CR, Johnson PD, Shew BB, Koenning SR, Ye W, Brandenburg RL. 2008. Crop response to rotation and tillage in peanut-based cropping systems. Agron J 100(6): 1580–6.
Jordan DL, Shew BB, Barnes JS, Corbett T, Alston J, Johnson PD, Ye W, Brandenburg, RL. 2008. Pest reaction, yield, and economic return of peanut cropping systems in the North Carolina coastal plain. Crop Management (October 2008) doi: 10.1094/CM-2008-1008-01-RS. [Access to this online journal is available through subscription to the Plant Management Network.]
Kanzaki N, Giblin-Davis RM, Cardoza YJ, Ye W, Center BJ. 2008. Bursaphelenchus rufipennis n. sp. (Parasitaphelenchidae) and redescription of Ektaphelenchus obtusus (Ektaphelenchidae): associates from nematangia on the hind wings of Dendroctonus rufipennis (Coleoptera: Scolytidae). Nematology 10(6): 925–55.
Kanzaki N, Giblin-Davis RM, Zen Y, Ye W, Center BJ. 2008. Diplogastrellus metamasius n. sp. (Rhabditida: Diplogastridae) isolated from Metamasius hemipterus (Olivier) (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae) in southern Florida and Costa Rica. Nematology 10(6): 853–68.
Koenning SR, Bowman DT, Morris RH. 2006. Quantifying potential of selected cotton cultivars to Belonolaimus longicaudatus. J Nematol 38(2):187–191.
Krug BA, Whipker BE, Cleveland B, McCall I. 2006. Taking the “art” out of interpreting tissue analysis of geraniums. In: Proceedings of the 51st Southern Nurserymen’s Association Research Conference; 2006 Aug 10–12; Atlanta (GA). p 635–39.
McGinnis MS, Cleveland B, Stokes C. 2008. NCDA&CS Agronomic Division offers new test: saturated media extract (SME) for container substrates. North Carolina Flower Growers’ Bulletin 53(5/6): 1, 3–5.
McGinnis M, Stokes C. 2009. Agronomic testing services can optimize production of containerized nursery crops. Nursery Notes 43(3): 49–52.
McGinnis MS, Warren SL, Bilderback TE. 2009. Replacing conventional nursery crop nutrient inputs with vermicompost for container production of Hibiscus moscheutos L. ‘Luna Blush.’ HortScience 44(6): 1698–1703.
Messick JK. 2008. Advisory resources for nurseries include regional agronomists. Nursery Notes 42(2): 49.
Messick JK. 2009. Current fertilization and nutrient concerns in N.C. blueberry production. Presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina; 2009 Jan 20–21; Raleigh (NC). [in press?]
Myers J. 2009. Status of local food production in North Carolina. Presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina; 2009 Jan 20–21; Raleigh (NC). [in press?]
Nelson P, Whipker B, Dole J, Pitchay D, Gibson J, Rhodes A, Cleveland B. 2006. Diagnosis of nutrient deficiencies in bedding plants. GMPro 26(12):46–48.
Nicholson D. 2009. Evaluating a failing urban site using soil science principles. Presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina; 2009 Jan 20–21; Raleigh (NC). [in press?]
Osmond DL, Cahill SL, Hardy DH, Cole A. 2008. Starter P and silage corn; poster presented at the 19th Annual Joint Conference of the N.C. Small Grain, Soybean & Corn Growers Associations; 2008 Jan 17–18; Research Triangle Park (NC).
Pedram M, Niknam G, Robbins RT, Ye W, Karegar A. 2008. Longidorus kheirii n. sp. (Nematoda: Longidoridae), a new species from Iran. Syst Parasitol 71: 199–211.
Poling B, Dycus D, Burrack H. 2009. Months of money: a calendar-based approach to strawberry costs & savings. In: Proceedings 2009 Southeast Strawberry Expo; 2009 Nov 8–10; Durham (NC). p 4.
Robbins RT, Bae CH, Ye W, Pedram M. 2009. Xiphinema bernardi n. sp. from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. J Nematol 41(2):111–9.
Robbins RT, Ye W, Pedram M. 2009. Longidorus ferrisi n. sp. from California citrus. J Nematol 41(2):104–10.
Shah SB, Grabow GL, Hesterberg DL, Huffman RL, Hutchison KJ, Hardy DH, Parsons J. 2006. Leaching potential of arsenic and other pollutants from turkey litter stockpiled on bare soils. South Anim Manure and Waste Manage Q (September): 1–2.
Shah SB, Hutchison KJ, Hesterberg DL, Grabow GL, Huffman RL, Hardy DH, Parsons JT. 2009. Leaching of nutrients and trace elements from stockpiled turkey litter. J Environ Qual 38: 105–65.
Sripada RP, Farrer DC, Weisz R, Heiniger RW, White JG. 2007. Aerial color infrared photography to optimize in-season nitrogen fertilizer recommendations in winter wheat. Agron J 99(6): 1424–35.
Stokes C. 2007. Green light on basics: NCDA&CS Field Services — solving problems with soil fertility and plant nutrients. NC Turfgrass (May/June): 30–34.
Stokes C. 2009. In a tough economy, NCDA&CS agronomic services retain value. Nursery Notes 43(5): 52–53.
Weisz R, Knox B. 2009. Optimizing wheat nitrogen fertilizer rates — a new tool for North Carolina producers. Raleigh (NC): North Carolina State University. 4 p.
Yarborough B. 2009. Trellised tomatoes and drip irrigation. Presented at the 24th annual Southeast Vegetable & Fruit Expo; 2009 Dec 1–2; Myrtle Beach (SC). [PowerPoint]
Ye W. 2006. Green light on basics: nematode assay. North Carolina Turfgrass (July/August): 28–35.
Ye W, Giblin-Davis RM, Braasch H, Morris K, Thomas WK. 2007. Phylogenetic relationships among Bursaphelenchus species (Nematoda: Parasitaphelenchidae) inferred from nuclear ribosomal and mitochondrial DNA sequence data. Mol Phylogenet Evol 43(3): 1185–97.
Ye W, Giblin-Davis RM, Davies KA, Purcell MF, Scheffer SJ, Taylor GS, Center TD, Morris K, Thomas WK. 2007. Molecular phylogeny of Fergusobia species (Tylenchida: Fergusobiinae) inferred from nuclear ribosomal and mitochondrial DNA sequence data. Mol Phylogenet Evol 45(1): 123–41.
Zeng Y, Giblin-Davis RM, Ye W. 2007. Two new species of Schistonchus (Nematoda: Aphelenchoididae) associated with Ficus hispida in China. Nematology 9(2): 169–87.
Zeng Y, Giblin-Davis RM, Ye W, Belair G, Thomas WK. 2007. Bradynema listronotum n. sp. (Nematoda: Allantonematidae), a parasite of the carrot weevil Listronotus oregonensis in Quebec, Can Nematol 9(5): 609–23.
Zhao ZQ, Ye WM, Giblin-Davis RM, Li DM, Davies K, Riley IT, Thomas WK. 2008. Morphological and molecular evidence that Bursaphelenchus may not occur in Australia. Nematology 10(5): 663–78.