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Atkinson, Adrian – M.S., Agriculture and Resource Economics
Economic analysis of farming systems at CEFS. Michele Marra. (2002)
Balz, Eileen Marie – M.S., Animal Science
The establishment of alfalfa-grass mixtures under organic and conventional management. Steve Washburn. (2011)
Bateman, Melanie – Ph.D.
Impact of plant suitability, biogeography, and ecological factors on associations between the specialist herbivore Heliothis subflexa G. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and the species in its host genus, Physalis L. (Solanaceae), in West-Central Mexico. Fred Gould. (2006)
Bell, Melissa – M.S., Soil Science
A multidisciplinary approach to assessing changes in the soil quality of diverse farming systems. Mike Wagger. (2002)
Bertone, Matt – M.S., Entomology
Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae and Geotrupidae) of North Carolina Cattle Pastures and Their Implications for Pasture Improvement. Wes Watson. (2005)
Bordeaux, Chris – M.S., Soil Science
Optimizing nutrient management within integrated outdoor swine production systems. Julie Grossman. (2010)
Butler, David – M.S., Crop Science
Runoff, sediment, and nutrient export from manured riparian pasture as affected by simulated rain and ground cover. Noah Ranells. (2004)
Caldwell, Nathan – Ph.D., Entomology
Red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta, activity on a North Carolina pasture. Wes Watson.
Collins, Alyssa – M.S., Plant Pathology
Characterization of bacterial communities in soil during transition to organic agriculture. Frank Louws. (2002)
Ferguson, Mary Helen – M.S., Horticultural Science
Evaluation of three commercially-available composts for use in strawberry production on plastic. Gina E. Fernandez, Carl R. Crozier, Frank J. Louws. (2006)
Finney, Denise McKinney – M.S., Horticultural Science
Evaluation of sorghum sudangrass as a summer cover crop and marketable hay crop for organic, no-till production of fall cabbage. Nancy Creamer, Michael Wagger. (2005)
Forehand, Lisa – M.S., Entomology
Evaluation of commercial beneficial insect habitat seed mixtures for organic insect pest management. David Orr, Mike Linker. (2005)
Garland, Ben – M.S., Crop Science
Selecting cover crops for diverse functions: An integrated soil and pest management approach for strawberry production in North Carolina. Michelle Schroeder-Moreno and Gina Fernandez.
Glover, L.H. – M.S.
Temporal changes in aggregate stability and biological indexes in five diverse agricultural systems. Charles Raczkowski - NCA&T SU (2004).
Greenwood, C. Marie – Ph.D.
Interactions between soil invertebrates and entomopathogenic nematodes in no-till and conventional-till corn in North Carolina. Mary Barbercheck. (2004)
Gruver, Joel Brooks – Ph.D.
Impact of management and texture on soil organic matter fractions. Michael Wagger, Shuijin Hu, Dean Hesterberg, Wei Shi. (2007)
Hamilton, Molly – M.S., Crop Science
Evaluation of edamame soybeans. Mike Linker. (2004)
Jackson, Lisa – M.S., Entomology
Beneficial and pest insect populations in conventional and organic cotton, and organic cotton with habitat. David Orr, Mike Linker (2005)
Jelinek, Susan – M.S., Crop Science
The association of weed species richness and abundance with field margin type in crop fields. Paul Mueller, Nancy Creamer, Mike Burton. (2004)
Kroner, Mary – M.S., Crop Science
Production methods for managed beneficial iInsect habitat. Mike Linker, David Orr. (2006)
Kuminoff, Nick – M.S., Ag and Resource Economics
Economics of Organic Transition. Ada Wossink.
Mothapo, Nape – M.S., Soil Science
Nodulation and Rhizobia Diversity Associated with Distinct Hairy Vetch Genotypes. Julie Grossman. (2011)
McClintock, Nathan – M.S., Crop Science
Production and use of compost and vermicompost in sustainable farming systems. Noah Ranells, Nancy Creamer. (2004)
Millar, Leah – M.S., Entomology
Interaction between endemic and introduced entomopathogenic nematodes in conventional-till and no-till corn. Mary Barbercheck. (2001)
Moyer, Kari – Ph.D., Crop Science
Plant responses to stress in acid environments: An assessment of the role of mycorrhizal fungi. Tom Rufty. (2006)
Niño, Elina Lastro – M.S., Entomology
Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae, Geotrupidae) in NC Pasture Ecosystems. Wes Watson. (2006)
O'Connell, Suzanne – M.S., Horticultural Science
Grafted tomato performance in organic production systems: Nutrient uptake, plant growth and yield. Mary M. Peet, Frank J. Louws, and Thomas Rufty. (2008)
O'Connell, Suzanne – Ph.D., Horticulture
Soil Ecology and Nitrogen Fixation Related to Summer Cover Crops in Organic Production Systems. Nancy Creamer.
Parr, Mary – M.S., Soil Science
Improving nitrogen fixation and delivery in cover crop cultivars for use in organic no-till farming systems. Julie Grossman. (2010)
Place, George – Ph.D., Crop Science
Weed management in organic corn and soybean rotations. Chris Reberg-Horton.
Reberg-Horton, Chris – Ph.D., Horticultural Science
Optimizing allelopathy and nitrogen scavenging in rye cover crops. Nancy Creamer, David Monks. (2002).
Renner, Bart Michael – M.S., Crop Science
The Effect of Stocking Rate History on Soil Nutrient Levels and Forage Nutrient Uptake in Pasture Hog Production Systems. Jean-Marie.Luginbuhl, Silvana Pietrosemoli (2011).
Rivard, Cary – Ph.D., Plant Pathology
Tomato grafting and high tunnel production for improved disease resistance and crop productivity in organic heirloom systems. Frank Louws
Seem, Jessica – M.S., Horticultural Science
Critical weed-free period for 'Beauregard' sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) and weed seedbank changes in response to transitioning from conventional to organic farming systems. Nancy Creamer. (2002)
Sermons, Shannon – M.S., Crop Science
Weed ecological interactions with environment: An investigation of temperature response of Commelina benghalensis and a method for description of seed shape. Tom Rufty. (2006)
Smith, Adam – M.S., Crop Science
Utilizing rolled rye mulch for weed suppression in organic no-tillage soybeans. Chris Reberg-Horton and Paul Mueller.
Stout, Robyn – M.S., Crop Science
Distribution of tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) in relation to wild weedy hosts and susceptible crops over a large agricultural landscape. Mike Burton, Mike Linker. (2005)
Thompson, Bianca Merrick – M.S., Animal Science
Effects of milk feeding period and anthelmintic treatment on fecal egg counts and growth in pastured dairy steers. Steve Washburn. (2005)
Titchner, Leslie – M.S., Horticultural Science
Weed seedbank changes in response to transitioning from conventional to organic farming systems: Post-transition analysis. Nancy Creamer. (2005)
Treadwell, Danielle – Ph.D., Horticultural Science
Tillage and cover crop management influence weeds, insects, soil and crop nutrients, crop development and yield in organically managed North Carolina sweetpotato Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. systems. Nancy Creamer. (2005)
Treadwell, Danielle – M.S., Horticultural Science
Intercropping a living mulch of buckwheat into sweetcorn for weed suppression. Nancy Creamer. (2001)
Tungate, Kimberly – Ph.D., Crop Science
Environmental factors influencing weed interference in agricultural systems. Tom Rufty. (2004)
Unruh-Snyder, L.J. – Ph.D.
Evaluation of Robinia pseudoacacia L. as browse for meat goat production in the southeastern USA. J. Paul Mueller, J-M. Luginbuhl (2003).
Vollmer, Emily – M.S., Horticulture
Summer annual cover crop mulch for organic vegetable production. Nancy Creamer
Wafer, Carrie – M.S., Soil Science
Effect of shrub buffers, tillage and cropping systems on shallow groundwater nitrate-N in eastern North Carolina. Deanna Osmond, Rich McLaughlin. (2004)
Williams, Christina Michelle – M.S., Animal Science
Effects of crossbreeding on puberty, postpartum cyclicity,and fertility in pasture-based dairy cattle. Steve Washburn. (2007)
Witting, Brooke – M.S., Entomology
Evaluation of floral habitat as a food source for natural enemies of insect pests in North Carolina. David Orr, Mike Linker. (2006)