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Data from: Corn stover removal responses on soil test P and K levels in Coastal Plain Ultisols

Jeffrey Novak, James Frederick, Donald Watts, Thomas Ducey & Douglas Karlen
This is digital research data corresponding to a published manuscript, Corn stover removal responses on soil test P and K levels in Coastal Plain Ultisols, in Sustainability. 2021. 13:4401. Corn (Zea mays L.) stover is used as a biofuel feedstock in the U.S. Selection of stover harvest rates for soils is problematic, however, because excessive stover removal may have consequences on plant available phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) concentrations. Our objective was to quantify stover...

Root Production and Morphological Traits During and After Single and Repeated Extreme Droughts in a Mesic Grassland

Ingrid Slette, David Hoover, Melinda Smith & Alan Knapp
Global climate change is expected to cause more frequent extreme droughts in many parts of the world. Despite the crucial role of roots in water acquisition and plant survival, our understanding of ecosystem vulnerability to drought is primarily based on aboveground impacts. As return intervals between droughts decrease, root responses to one drought might alter responses to subsequent droughts, but this remains unresolved. We conducted a 7-year experiment that imposed extreme drought (growing season precipitation...

Assessment of biogeographic variation in traits of Lewis flax (Linum lewisii) for use in restoration and agriculture

Peter Innes, André Gossweiler, Scott Jensen, Derek Tilley, Loren St. John, Thomas Jones, Stanley Kitchen & Brent S. Hulke
Lewis flax (Linum lewisii) is widely distributed across western North America and is currently used in native ecosystem restoration. There is also growing interest in de novo domestication of Lewis flax as a perennial oilseed crop. To better understand this species and facilitate both restoration and domestication, we used common gardens to assess bio-geographical variation in a variety of seed and growth traits from 37 flax accessions, consisting of 35 wild populations from the Intermountain...

EL57 - Rhizoctonia solani seedling resistance

Paul Galewski
Intermediate files required for analysis of data associated with EL57 population. (Select and Sequence (SnS) of a segregating sugar beet population provides genomic perspective of host resistance to seedling Rhizoctonia solani infection)

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  • 2022
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Affiliations

  • United States Department of Agriculture
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  • Agricultural Research Service
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  • University of Colorado Boulder
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  • Clemson University
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  • Colorado State University
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  • Rocky Mountain Research Station
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  • Edward T. Schafer Agricultural Research Center
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  • North Dakota State University
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