2017 Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board-funded projects

Frances Gould, Blanchard, Tobie M.  |  11/9/2017 7:24:02 PM

Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness $66,840

Costs and Returns from Irrigating Soybeans and Field Corn in Louisiana,
Krishna Paudel

Economic Impacts of Groundwater Salinity in Soybean and Grain Production in Louisiana,
Krishna Paudel


Biological and Agricultural Engineering $30,000

Nanoparticles for Improved Pesticide Delivery,
Cristina Sabliov


Communications $4,500

2017 Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board Report,
Frankie Gould


Dean Lee Research Station $326,864

Agronomic Research to Improve Soybean Production in Louisiana,
Ron Levy and Todd Spivey

Soybean and Grain On-Farm Demonstration Program,
Ron Levy and Todd Spivey

Improving Soil Fertility and Agronomic Management in Louisiana Soybean Production,
Ron Levy and Todd Spivey

Corn On-farm Demonstration Program,
Dan Fromme

On-farm Yield Response to Fertilizer Rates in a Corn-Soybean Rotation,
Dan Fromme

Development of UAV Technologies for Soybean and Small Grain Crops,
Randy Price

Evaluation and Determination of Soybean Weed Management Strategies in Louisiana Soybeans,
Daniel Stephenson

Weed Management Systems for Louisiana Feed Grain Crops,
Daniel Stephenson

Compatibility of Cover Crops and Fall-Applied Residual Herbicides,
Daniel Stephenson

Evaluation of Disease Resistance and Other Disease Management Practices in Louisiana Wheat Varieties,
Boyd Padgett

Response of Corn to Variability in Stand Uniformity,
Daniel Fromme


Entomology $100,350

Integrated Management of Changing Soybean Insect Pest Complexes,
Jeff Davis

Best Management Practices for Sustainable Insecticide resistant Soybean Looper,
Jeff Davis

Explore Resistant/Tolerant Varieties for Managing Sugarcane Aphid in Louisiana Sorghum,
Fangneng Huang


Idlewild Research Station $40,700

Development of Control Options for Feral Swine in Soybean Fields,
Glen Gentry


Macon Ridge Research Station $110,198

Refining Soybean, Corn and Grain Sorghum Insect IPM Strategies,
Sebe Brown

Managing Diseases in Louisiana Grain Sorghum,
Trey Price

Corn and Wheat Disease Management in Louisiana,
Trey Price

Foliar and Soilborne Soybean Disease Management in Louisiana,
Trey Price


Northeast Research Station $135,109

Enhanced Efficiency Nitrogen Fertilizers Under Simulated Heavy Rainfall Conditions,
Josh Copes

Evaluating Management Decisions on Late-Season Losses in Louisiana Soybean Production,
Josh Copes

Soybean Weed Control Research in Northeast Louisiana,
Donnie Miller

Evaluation of the Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the Production of Soybeans,
Donnie Miller

Evaluating Pre- and Post-Harvest Field Management Strategies in Corn, Grain Sorghum and Soybean Production Systems in Louisiana,
Josh Copes


Plant Pathology $362,628

Using Molecular Biology to Control Soybean Diseases Cercospora Leaf Blight and Rust,
Zhi-Yuan Chen

Cercospora Leaf Blight Disease of Soybean – Explore New Approaches for Management,
Zhi-Yuan Chen

Identifying Sources of Inoculum to Determine Effective Management Strategies for Cercospora Leaf Blight and Purple Seed Stain,
Vinson Doyle

Development of Foliar Treatment and Soil Amendment Methods to Promote Soybean Health,
Jong Ham

A Study of Cultural and Fungicidal Practices to Reduce the Impact of Frogeye Leafspot and Cercospora Blight on Yield and Quality,
Clayton Hollier

Soybean Scouting Program for Disease and Disease Resistance,
Clayton Hollier

Management of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Soybean,
Charles Overstreet

Optimization of Fungicide Usage for Management of Soybean Diseases,
Raymond Schneider

Management of Cercospora Leaf Blight of Soybean with Foliar Applications of Iron and Other Minor Elements,
Raymond Schneider

Survey for Soybean Green Stem Disorder and Investigations on Graft and Seed Transmission,
Rodrigo Valverde

Fungal Infection, Transformation and Gene Silencing by a Plant Virus,
Ken Damann

Yield Loss of Corn to Incremental Defoliation,
Clayton Hollier


Red River Research Station $158,238

Impact of National and State Policy Changes on the Economic Outlook of Louisiana’s Soybean and Corn Crop Production,
Naveen Adusumilli

Soybean Breeding and Variety Development,
Blair Buckley

Evaluation of Plant Response to Soil Moisture Regimes in Soybean,
Stacia Davis

Effect of Skip-Row Furrow Irrigation on Crop Growth, Water and Nutrient-Use Efficiency in Soybean and Corn Production under Different Soil Types,
Syam Dodla

Optimization of Nutrient-use Efficiency of Corn through Integrated Use of Organic and Inorganic N Fertilizers Under Different Irrigation Regimes,
Syam Dodla

Management of Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization in Soybean Under Different Irrigation Regimes,
Dodla Syam

Evaluation of Recycled Tailwater Irrigation on Soil Nutrients, Soil Salinity Distribution and Soybean Yield in Louisiana,
Changyoon Jeong


Renewable Natural Resources $30,000

Washout Solutions for Cleaning Spraying Equipment Used in Soybean Weed Management,
Zhijun Liu


Rice Research Station $64,910

Evaluation of Soybean Cultural and Fertility Practices in Southwest Louisiana,
Dustin Harrell


School of Plant, Environmental and Soil Sciences $240,300

Molecular Mapping and Expression Profiling for Development of DNA-based Markers to Complement Wheat and Soybean Breeding,
Niranjan Baiskh

Soil Test Recommendation Comparison of Four Laboratories in the Mid-South,
Edward Bush

Improving Management of Double-crop Soybeans,
Lisa Fultz

Integration of Cover Crops in Louisiana Production Systems,
Lisa Fultz

Small Grain Breeding, Variety Development and Testing,
Stephen Harrison

Soil Fertility Research: Improving Yield and Alleviating Disease in Grain Production,
Brenda Tubaňa

Nitrogen Budget and Management Improvement, Using Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers for Louisiana Grain Crop Production,
Jim Wang


Southeast Region $30,000

Soybean Production Research in Fallow Sugarcane Production Systems,
Al Orgeron


Total $1,700,637

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