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Dr. L.G. Bundy (since 1997)

1. Phosphorus losses in runoff from Wisconsin soils, 7/97 to 6/02, $24,970, Wis. Fert. Res. Council

2. Evaluation of nitrogen tests for site-specific N recommendations for winter wheat, 7/97 to 6/00, $33,680, Wis. Fert Res. Council

3. Planting date and hybrid effects on N recommendations for corn, 7/97 to 6/00, $29,440, Wis. Fert. Res. Council

4. Phophorus forms, amounts, and movement in biosolids treated soils, 5/99 to 6/00, $23,800, Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District

5. Nutrient management in biosolids-treated soils, 5/01 to 9/02, $17,200, Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District

6. Phosphorus losses in runoff from Wisconsin soils, 7/00 to 6/03, $49,800, Consortium for Agric. & Nat. Resources, UW System

7. Tillage effects on phosphorus losses in runoff from land-applied manure, 10/00 to 9/03, $185,460, Wis. Dept. Agric., Trade & Consumer Protection (WDATCP)

8. Plant availability of phosphorus from manure differing in phosphorus concentration compared with other phophorus sources, 7/00 to 6/01, $6,340, Wis. Fert. Res. Council

9. Manure management and history effects on P losses in runoff, 7/01 to 6/04, $47,190, Wis. Fert. Res. Council

10. A systems approach to improved phosphorus management on dairy farms, 10/97 to 9/00, $200,000, USDA-NRI-CGP, Agricultural Systems

11. A systems approach to improved phosphorus management on dairy farms, 7/01 to 6/04, $236,000, USDA-CSREES NRI CGP

12. Integration of phosphorus research, education, and policy development, 10/01 to 12/05, $700,000, USDA-IFAFS

13. Timing and placement effects of land-applied manure on phosphorus losses in runoff, 7/02 to 6/04, $58,320, Consortium for Agric. & Nat. Resources, UW System

14. Enhancement and support of the Wisconsin P index - Management effects on P losses in runoff from cropland, 10/03 to 9/04, $100,000, WDATCP.

15. Development, maintenance and support of comprehensive nutrient management planning tools, 10/03 to 9/04, $156,000, USDA-NRCS.

16. Evaluation of the amino sugar nitrogen soil test for predicting optimum N rates for corn, 7/03 to 6/05, $25,000, Wis. Fert. Res. Fund.

17. Field calibration of the amino sugar nitrogen soil test in Wisconsin, 7/03 to 6/06, $35,250, Wis. Fert. Res. Fund.

18. Improving nitrogen management for corn on irrigated sandy soils, 7/03 to 6/04, $68,500, Agrium Inc., Wis. Fert. Res. Fund, and Honeywell Inc.

19. Nitrogen and phosphorus-based manure application rate effect on P losses in runoff, 7/03 to 6/06, $43,510, Wis. Fert. Res. Fund.

20. Phosphorus concentrations in runoff from plot and sub-watershed scales in Wisconsin cropping systems, 7/04 to 6/06, $63,025, Consortium for Agric. & Nat. Resources, UW System.

21. Effect of animal species and consistency of surface-applied manure to no-till corn on phosphorus in runoff, 7/04 to 6/05, $1,500, Wisconsin Egg Producers Assoc.

22. Enhancement and support of the Wisconsin P index Management effects on P losses in runoff, 10/04 to 9/05, $90,000, WDATCP.

23. Wisconsin Buffer Initiative Adapting SNAP-Plus as a practical buffer effectiveness assessment tool, 7/04 to 12/05, $180,000, USDA/NRCS.

24. Wisconsin Buffer Initiative SNAP-Plus and P index adaptation for the Wisconsin Buffer Initiative, 10/05 to 9/06, $65,597, USDA/NRCS.

Total Funding = $2,440,582

 

Dr. B. Lowery (since 1997)


1. Geographic information systems and site-specific management for integrated crop production and nonpoint source pollution, 11/97 to 10/02, $273,452, USDA-CSREES NRI CGP

2. Three-dimensional characterization of soil hydraulic properties for water quality assessment, 6/01 to 5/04, $155,000, USDA-CSREES NRI CGP

Total Funding = $428,452

 

N.C. Wollenhaupt (1991-1995)


1. Evaluation of recycled paper on soil erosion control, 1991-1992. $5,000 Research Products Corp.

2. Temporary companion crop evaluation, 1992-1993. $27,000 BASF Corp.

3. Tillage, manure and crop interactions on subsurface water quality in karst terrains, 1992-1995. $79,200 CSRS.

4. Nutrient management with intensive soil sampling and differential fertilizer spreading, 1992-1995. $44,880 Wis. Fert. Res. Prog.

Total Funding = $156,080

 

Collaborative


1. Norman, J.M., Karthekeyan, K.G., Bundy, L.G., Jones, B.L.
Quantifying phosphorus losses from agricultural fields. Sept. 1, 2002 - Aug. 31, 2005, $548,000, USDA/CSREES Water Quality Program.

 

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