Research Posters

2015 PNW Oilseed and Direct Seed Conference

The Effects of Silicon and Fiber Composition from Canola and Wheat Residue on Soil Quality

Taylor Beard, Tai McClellan Maaz, and William L. Pan, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Water Budget Analysis of Cereal-Oilseed Cropping Systems

Aron Boettcher, Hayley Peters-Contesse, Mandy Wuest, & Dan Long, USDA-ARS, Pendleton, OR

Soil pH Survey Lime Project

Paul G. Carter, WSU Extension Regional Extension Educator, Dayton, WA and Terry Bruegman, WACD Columbia Conservation District, Dayton, WA

Improving Germinability and Vigor Enhancement of Sunflower (Hellianthus annus L.) Hybrid Seed Under Low Temperature Through Seed Priming

Muhammad Bilal Chattha and Muhammad Nasir Subhani, University of the Punjab, Lahore and Muhammad Umer Chattha, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Does it Make Economic Sense to Grow Canola in My Rotation? Enterprise Budget Tools for Assessing Costs, Returns, and Rotational Impacts of Canola in Eastern Washington

Jenny R. Connolly1, Vicki A. McCracken1 and Kathleen M. Painter21Washington State University School of Economic Sciences and 2Dept. of Ag Economics and Rural Sociology, University of Idaho

A Comparison of Machinery Costs for Direct Seeding: Results of a Longitudinal Survey of Wheat Producers in the Inland Pacific Northwest

Hilary Donlon Davis,1 Kathleen Painter1 and Dennis Roe2; 1University of Idaho and 2Washington State University

Results of the 2014 Pacific Northwest Canola and Mustard Trials

Jim B. Davis,1 Bradley Pakish,1 Megan Wingerson,1 and Jack Brown,1 Alan Wernsing,2 and Don Wysocki;2 1University of Idaho, Moscow, ID and 2Oregon State University, Pendleton, OR

Oilseed Flax as a Dryland Broadleaf Rotation in the Pacific Northwest

Tomas Endicott, Willamette Biomass Processors, Inc., Rickreall, OR

Oilseed Production Feasibility in the Pacific Northwest

Pedee Ewing, Jack Brown, Jim Davis, and Megan Wingerson, University of Idaho

Soil Organic Carbon and Soil pH in the Pendleton Tillage-Fertility Long-Term Experiment

Rajan Ghimire, Stephen Machado and Prakriti Bista, Oregon State University, Pendleton, OR

Effects of Root-lesion Nematode plus Fusarium Crown Rot on Winter Wheat

Abolfazl Hajihassani, Islamic Azad University, Arak, Iran and Richard W. Smiley, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro

Influence of Organic, Reduced-tillage Crop Rotations on Earthworms and Other Indicators of Soil Quality

Kendall Kahl, Jodi Johnson-Maynard, Ian Leslie, Department of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

Bioclimatic Predictors of Dry-land Agro-ecological Classes and Projected Shifts under Climate Change

Harsimran Kaur,1 Dave Huggins,2 Rick Rupp,1 John Abatzoglou,Claudio Stockle,John Reganold,1 1Washington State University, 2 USDA-ARS, Pullman, 3University of Idaho

Canola and Wheat Seedling Root and Root Hair Behavior in the Presence of Deep-Banded Urea

Isaac Madsen, William Pan, and Ron Bolton, Washington State University, Pullman

Spring Barley Resistance and Tolerance to Cereal Cyst Nematode (CCN)

Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho, Idaho Falls and Aberdeen and Richard Smiley, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro

Detecting Variance of Oil Concentration in Canola

John McCallum and Dan Long, USDA-ARS, Pendleton, OR

Uptake Efficiency and Partitioning of Soil and Fertilizer N Sources by Canola, Wheat, and Pea

Tai McClellan Maaz, Taylor L. Beard and William L. Pan, Washington State University

Investigating Cover Crops in Dryland Pacific Northwest Winter Wheat Rotations

Sage McClintick-Friddle, Jim B. Davis, Megan Wingerson, Jack Brown, and Bradley Pakish, University of Idaho

Remediation of Stratified Soil Acidity Through Surface Application of Lime in No-till Cropping Systems

Carol McFarland,1 David R. Huggins,2 Kurt L. Schroeder,3 J. Joey Blackburn,1 L. Carpenter-Boggs,1 Rich Koenig,1 and Timothy C. Paulitz;2  1Washington State University, Pullman; 2USDA-ARS, Pullman and 3University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

Climate, Management, and Surface Soil C and N Properties and Processes: A Soil Health Perspective

Jason Morrow,1 Lynne Carpenter-Boggs,1 John Reganold,1 Stephen Machado2, Jodi Johnson-Maynard,Hal Collins,4 Hero Gollany,5 Dave Huggins;6 1Washington State University, Pullman; 2Oregon State University, Pendleton; 3University of Idaho; 4USDA-ARS, Prosser; 5USDA-ARS, Pendleton; 6USDA-ARS, Pullman

Twenty Years of Canola Variety Performance in the Pacific Northwest

Bradley Pakish, Jim B. Davis, Megan Wingerson and Jack Brown, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

Optimal Agronomic Conditions for Spring and Winter Canola Production in Northern Idaho

Katie Reed, Jack Brown, Jim B. Davis, Megan Wingerson, and Bradley Pakish, University of Idaho

Regional Canola Grower Survey

Katie Reed, Jack Brown, Jim B. Davis, Megan Wingerson, and Bradley Pakish, University of Idaho

Winter Canola Water Use in Low Rainfall Areas of Eastern Washington and Planting Date Effects

Megan Reese,1 Bill Pan,1 Bill Schillinger,2 and Frank Young3;  1Washington State University, Pullman, 2Washington State University, Lind Dryland Research Station and 3USDA-ARS, Pullman

Management of Fresh Wheat Stubble for Irrigated Winter Canola Production

Bill Schillinger,1 John Jacobsen,1 Tim Paulitz,2 and Jeff Schibel3;  1Washington State University-Lind, 2USDA-ARS, Pullman and 3Irrigated canola grower, Odessa, WA

Economic, Financial and Environmental Decision Tools for Farmers, Ranchers and Land Managers

Clark Seavert, Jenna Way, Susan Capalbo, and Laurie Houston, Oregon State University, Department of Applied Economics

Camelina Response to Different Harvest Stages

Henry Y. Sintim,1 Valtcho D. Jeliazkov,1, 2 and Augustine K. Obour;3  1Univ. of Wyoming, Dept. of Plant Sciences, and Sheridan Res. & Ext. Center, WY; 2Oregon State University, Pendleton, OR; 3Kansas State University, Agricultural Research Center- Hays, KS

Multiplication Rates of Root-lesion Nematodes on Selected PNW Crops

Richard Smiley, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro

Nematodes: It is Important to Identify Species as well as to Determine Numbers

Richard Smiley, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro

Rangeland (CRP) Grasses and Legumes as Hosts for Root-lesion Nematodes

Richard Smiley, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro

Weeds as Hosts for Root-lesion Nematodes

Richard Smiley, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro

Effects of Cropping Systems on Root-invading Fungi and Nematodes

Richard Smiley & Stephen Machado, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro, OR

Spring Wheat Resistance and Tolerance to Cereal Cyst Nematode (CCN)

Richard Smiley, Oregon State University, Pendleton and Moro and Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho, Idaho Falls and Aberdeen

The Impact of Research and Extension on Oilseed Production in Washington State 

Karen Sowers, Bill Pan and Dennis Roe, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Winter Canola Yield and Survival as a Function of Environment, Genetics, and Management

Michael Stamm, Yared Assefa, and Kraig Roozeboom, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

Palouse Soil Carbon Project Now Enrolling New Farmers

Ry Thompson,1 Steve Apfelbaum,1 Tom Stoddard,2 and Kirsten McKnight;2  1Applied Ecological Services, Inc., Brodhead, WI and 2NativeEnergy, Inc., Burlington, VT

Field-Scale Cropping System N Use Efficiency after 10 Years of Continuous No-tillage

Rachel Unger, Ian Burke, Mark Swanson, and Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, Washington State University, Pullman, WA and Dave Huggins, USDA-ARS, Pullman, WA

Wheat Roots Response to Low pH Soils

Gary Wegner, Columbia River Carbonates, Woodland, WA

Environmental Effects on Oil Quality of High Oleic-Low Linoleneic (HOLL) and Low Linoleneic (LLIN) Spring Canola

Megan Wingerson, Jim B. Davis and Jack Brown, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

Yield, Oil Content and Water Use of Summer-Planted Winter Canola in Semiarid Oregon

Don Wysocki and Alan Wernsing, Oregon State University, Pendleton, OR

Farmer to Farmer: Multi-media Case Studies to Build Adaptive Capacity Among Cereal-based Farmers in the Pacific Northwest

Georgine Yorgey,1 Sylvia Kantor,1 Kathleen Painter,2 Hilary Donlon,2 Kristy Borrelli,2 Leigh Bernacchi,2 Dennis Roe,3 and Chad Kruger4;  1Washington State University-Seattle, 2University of Idaho, 3WSU-Pullman, and 4WSU CSANR-Wenatchee

Feral Rye (Secale cereale L.) Control in Winter Canola (Brassica napus) in the Pacific Northwest

Frank Young, Dale Whaley2, Ian Burke2, Dennis Roe2; USDA-ARS, Pullman WA and 2Washington State University-Pullman

A Summarization of Past, Current, and Future Winter Canola Research in the PNW

Frank Young,1 Dale Whaley,2 William Pan,3 Lauren Young,3 Dennis Roe,3 Larry McGrew,1 Laban Molsee,3 and Karen Sowers31USDA-ARS, Pullman, WA, 2Washington State University Extension-Waterville and 3WSU-Pullman