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Personnel

Jie (Joe) Zhuang
Professor
Fate and transport of envir. contaminant

 

News

Research Spotlight | Managing Target Spot in Cotton and Soybeans, 11/15/2017

 

Recent Publications

Informed stakeholder support for managing invasive Hydrilla verticillata linked to wildlife deaths in a southeastern reservoir Fouts, K. L., N. C. Poudyal, R. Moore, J. Herrin, and S. B. Wilde.  2018.  Lake and Reservoir Management.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Grazing Native Grasses - Early Studies on Native Grass Forages - a Tribute to some Pioneers.  Keyser, P. D.  2018.  Beef and Forage Center monthly web Article.

The Insecticide and Miticide Mode of Action Field Guide: A resource to assist in managing arthropod pests of turfgrass and ornamental plants.  Chong, J. C., W. E. Klingeman, and F. A. Hale.  2017.  web only, W 415. 75 pp.

Managing Forage Risk: Specie Diversification and PRF Insurance Griffith, A. P.  2017.  Drovers Cattle Network.

Managing Forage Risk: Specie Diversification and PRF Insurance.  Griffith, A. P.  2017.  Tennessee Cattle Business.

Managing early successional plant communities for wildlife in the eastern US.  Harper, C. A.  2017.  University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, ISBN 978-0-692-90231-8.

A quick guide for landowners managing old-fields for wildlife.  Harper, C. A.  2017.  UT Extension, PB 1855.

Managing wildlife around your home.  Harper, C. A., N. R. Bumgarner, and J. C. Reese.  2017.  UT Extension.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Using Native Grasses in Grass Finished Beef, February 2017.  Keyser, P. D.  2017.  Beef and Forage Center monthly web article, Feb 2017, February, 2017.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Grazing Native Grasses How Difficult Is It?.  Keyser, P. D.  2017.  Beef and Forage Center monthly web article, Sept 2017.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Grazing Native Grasses - Winter Care of Native Grasses, December 2017.  Keyser, P. D.  2017.  Beef and Forage Center monthly web Article.

Managing a forage said to be 'too difficult to manage'.  Keyser, P. D.  2017.  Progressive Forage Grower, (37,154), June 2017.