Meeting Finalized Program - Weed Science Society of America

55th Meeting
Weed Science Society of America
Location of Special Committees & Activities........................1
Local Arrangements Committee.............................................1
President’s Welcome...............................................................2
The 2015 WSSA Program.......................................................4
2015 Program Committee.......................................................7
General Information................................................................7
Committee Meetings...............................................................11
Summary of 2015 Program.....................................................13
Complete Program..................................................................17
Meeting Room Maps..........................................................65–67
Author Index...........................................................................68
Keyword Index........................................................................84
WSSA Board of Directors......................................................93
WSSA Founder Award............................................................95
WSSA Original Honorary Members.......................................95
WSSA Fellows........................................................................95
WSSA Honorary Members....................................................100
WSSA Past Presidents...........................................................101
Notes......................................................................................103
Personal Time Schedule.........................................................104
Sustaining Members........................................ Inside Back Cover
Location of Special Committees and Activities
February 2015
Photo Contest Judging*......................... Triple Crown A (Hilton)
Registration (Including Guests)..... Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
Board Meeting (Sat/Sun)......................Bluegrass Room (Hilton)
Board Meeting (Thurs).........................Bluegrass Room (Hilton)
Local Arrangements Committee
2015-Lexington, Kentucky
Chair......................................................................... Mike Barrett
Committee.............................. JD Green, Bill Witt, Charles Slack
.................................... Erin Haramoto, Jim Martin, Sara Lawson
.................................... Joe Omielan, Tara Burke, Chad Brabham
*Digital files must be delivered to
Photo Contest Chair, Michael DeFelice,
via email by January 30, 2015.
Email: michael.defelice@pioneer.com
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WELCOME
The 55th annual meeting of the Weed Science Society of
America will be held at the Hilton Lexington Downtown
and Lexington Convention Center beginning Monday
February 9 through Thursday February 12, 2015. The hotel
and conference center are across the street from each other,
and are located in downtown Lexington, where there are
many places to shop and several nice restaurants nearby.
Our impression after holding our summer Board meeting
at the Hilton is that it is a great venue for our conference.
WSSA Program Chair Dallas Peterson has been putting together the agenda for the meeting. There is a pre-conference
tour called “Horsing Around in Kentucky”. It will be Sunday afternoon and consists of a tour of the Adena Springs
Horse Farm and the Kentucky Horse Park. This guided
tour will provide an in-depth view of how championship
race horses live and a perfect way to see why Kentucky is
the “horse capital of the world.”
The meeting itself will open with a very interesting general
session and awards presentation Monday afternoon, followed by a society reception. There are two outstanding
symposia scheduled for the 2015 meeting. The first is a
summary of the Herbicide Resistance Summit II entitled
“Are We Going to Do the Same Thing and Expect a Different Outcome?” and the second one is a look at the future of
molecular research in Weed Science, called “Integration of
‘Omics’ Approaches in Weed Science Research”. Finally,
the graduate students have organized a workshop entitled
“Preparing Students for Work after Graduate School,”
which should be of interest to all the students attending the
conference. The workshop will cover many of the areas of
employment within the Weed Science community, including
academics, private industry, and government agencies. The
graduate students have also organized a lunch discussion
that includes all three Editors of the WSSA journals. The
Editors will discuss what it takes to publish in our journals
and also important considerations for peer-reviewing other
manuscripts. The entire program will be posted on the
WSSA web site (www.wssa.net) in advance of the meeting.
For the first time, WSSA will have a graduate student poster
contest. Thus far we have 50 students that have entered the
contest. Our students are our future and the future looks
bright.
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WSSA is a thriving organization with three solid journals and fantastic representation in Washington DC. Our
membership is down from past years because of the consolidation of industry and a few other reasons, but we are
more engaged in so many areas and have accomplished
a remarkable number of things in the past few years. We
are solid financially due to exceptional management from
Joyce Lancaster, our Treasurers, financial advisors, and a
fabulous Board of Directors. As other Presidents have noted,
it is truly and honor to not only be a part of this society,
but to serve it as your President. I look forward to seeing
you in Lexington.
Joe DiTomaso
President, Weed Science Society of America
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THE 2015 WSSA PROGRAM
Welcome to the 2015 WSSA annual program at the Hilton
Lexington Downtown and Lexington Convention Center.
The venue is outstanding and we have an excellent program
planned for the meeting. A pre-conference tour will be
offered on Sunday afternoon to the Adena Springs Horse
Farm and The Kentucky Horse Park for those that want
to learn more about the local horse industry in Kentucky.
The General Session and Awards Ceremony will begin at 4
pm in the Bluegrass Room of the Convention Center. Our
first keynote speaker will be Mr. Steve Johnson, who will
visit with us about the thoroughbred industry and its impact
on the agricultural economy of the Lexington area. Mr.
Johnson owns the Silver Springs Stud Farm and has served
the Kentucky horse industry in many capacities, including
a term as Director of the Kentucky Thoroughbred Association. Our second keynote speaker will be Dr. Rosalind
James, USDA-ARS National Program Leader for Invasive
Pests of Crops. Dr. James will speak about the The Future
of Weed Science Research in USDA-ARS. The Awards
Ceremony will include presentation of the WSSA Awards,
Fellow, and Honorary Member recognitions.
Following the Awards Ceremony, WSSA will host an
Awards Reception beginning at 6:00 pm. All registered
attendees are welcome and encouraged to attend to congratulate the award winners and renew old acquaintances.
Please be sure spouses and friends that accompany you have
registered so that they may participate in this fun event.
The program this year consists of 305 presentations, of
which 135 will be posters. There will be two poster sessions with authors present: Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 8:00 to 10:00 am. Authors of even numbered
posters should be present at the Tuesday poster session and
authors of odd numbered posters should be present at the
Wednesday session. Coffee will be available during the
poster sessions to help facilitate and stimulate discussion.
Oral presentations will begin at 10:00 am on Tuesday and
Wednesday and continue through the afternoon sessions.
Oral presentations will begin at 8:00 am on Thursday morning and be completed by noon.
Two outstanding symposia will be conducted during this
year’s meeting. The first symposium is “Integration of
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Omics’ Approaches in Weed Science Research”. The
symposium was organized by Nishanth Tharayil and will
start on Tuesday morning and conclude Tuesday afternoon.
The symposium will examine different omics research
platforms and how they can be utilized in basic weed science research. The second symposium is an overview of
the Herbicide Resistant Summit II entitled “Are We Going
to do the Same Thing and Expect a Different Result”. The
symposium was organized by David Shaw and will be on
Wednesday afternoon. The symposium will examine economic and sociologic factors affecting weed management
decisions and potential incentives or regulatory actions
that might influence weed management decisions to help
mitigate herbicide resistance issues.
The Graduate Student Luncheon and business meeting will
be on Tuesday from noon to 1:30 pm, with WSSA publication editors in attendance to discuss publishing in the
WSSA journals. The WSSA Graduate Student Association
is also hosting a Graduate Student Workshop on Wednesday
morning from 10:00 to 11:30 am focusing on “Preparing
Students for Work After Graduate School”. The workshop
was organized by Katelyn Venner and will include representatives from academia, industry, and government agencies
with varying degrees of experience to discuss interviewing,
job responsibilities, and transitioning from graduate school
into different careers in weed science. The workshop will
have an informal format with opportunity for questions,
discussion, and networking.
One new event incorporated into the meeting this year is a
Graduate Student Poster contest. Contest posters will be
divided into different groups based on subject areas and
evaluated on appearance, organization, content, presentation, and student interaction. Poster contest winners and
awards will be presented at the WSSA business meeting
on Wednesday afternoon.
The WSSA Business Meeting will be held Wednesday
afternoon from 5-6 pm where President Joe DiTomaso and
other WSSA officers and committee chairs will provide an
overview of the state of the society and activities.
Special thanks to our Local Arrangements Chair Michael
Barrett, with assistance from Bill Witt, for helping arrange
the preconference tour and the keynote speaker. Please
take time to also thank the section chairs as you see them
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during the meeting: Jonathon Huff, Calvin Odero, Patrick
McCullough, Joe Omielan, John Madsen, Chris Dionigi,
Todd Baughman, Susan Sun, Carlene Chase, Roger Becker,
Roland Beffa, Harry Strek, Anil Shrestha, Steve Gylling,
and Reginald Fletcher. Also, let Joyce Lancaster and Tony
Ballard know how much you appreciate the work they do,
not only on the annual meeting, but on all of the Society’s
business.
I hope you find this year’s annual meeting especially useful
and rewarding. I have attempted to schedule something of
interest for everyone every day.
Dallas Peterson
2015 Program Chair
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2015 Program Committee
General Program Chair....................................... Dallas Peterson
Vice Chair............................................................. Kevin Bradley
Agronomic Crops...................................................Jonathan Huff
Horticultural Crops.................................................Calvin Odero
Turf and Ornamentals..................................Patrick McCullough
Pastures, Rangelands, Forests, & Right-of-Ways..... Joe Omielan
Wildland and Aquatic Invasives.............................. John Madsen
Regulatory Aspects................................................ Chris Dionigi
Teaching and Extension.....................................Todd Baughman
Formulation, Adjuvant, & Application Technology.....Susan Sun
Weed Biology and Ecology................................... Carlene Chase
Biocontrol of Weeds............................................... Roger Becker
Physiology...............................................................Roland Beffa
Soil and Environmental Aspects............................... Harry Strek
Integrated Weed Management................................ Anil Shrestha
Sustaining Member Exhibits Session.................... Steve Gylling
Poster Sessions.................................................Reginald Fletcher
Student Poster Contest......................Darrin Dodds, Kate Venner
General Information
Hotel: This year the WSSA is utilizing a combination of
the Hilton Lexington Downtown for guest rooms and committee meetings and the Lexington Convention Center for
the primary meeting events.
Hilton Lexington Downtown
Overlooking Lexington’s Triangle Park with its cascading
fountains, the Hilton Lexington/Downtown hotel is connected via skywalk to The Lexington Center, with easy
access to Rupp Arena, Lexington Convention Center, shops
at Lexington Center and the Shoppes at Victorian Square.
Combining urban sophistication and warm Bluegrass hospitality, the hotel is an oasis in the city.
Inspired by the rich history of the Bluegrass, the stylish
guest rooms overlook Triangle Park or Downtown Lexington.
Lexington Convention Center
Conveniently located in the center of the downtown and
within a day’s drive of 75% of the country’s population, the
Lexington Convention Center is a beautiful and versatile
multi-purpose event facility.
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The facility offers comfort and function as a dynamic venue
for public expos, meetings, banquets, trade shows and conventions. In addition to the 66,000 square feet of dedicated
exhibit space, 40,000 square feet of elegant meeting spaces,
mall and food court, the Lexington Convention Center is
attached to both the Hyatt Regency and Hilton Hotel.
The Lexington Convention Center is in the heart of Lexington’s historic and vibrant downtown. Retail boutiques, unique
restaurants, night clubs, and many other entertainment
opportunities are all within easy walking distance in a city
famous for its scenic beauty, world-famous Thoroughbred
farms, small-town charm and genuine hospitality. Lexington
offers the business and recreational traveler a delightful
combination of sophistication, culture, history, and fun.
Reservations
One of the reasons we have been able to retain relatively
low meeting registration costs is that we receive free meeting space from the hotel if we achieve our contracted guest
room minimum. However, we are charged attrition fees &
meeting space rental fees if we do not meet this threshold.
Thus, your reservation at the Lexington Hilton Downtown,
rather than another location, ensures the success of the
meeting for the Society and enables us to keep registration
rate increases to a minimum in the future.
As part of our contract, we’ve negotiated in complimentary
guestroom internet for all attendees staying at the hotel,
complimentary self-parking, and a 50% discount on valet
parking. The group rate for a standard guest bedroom is
$156 per night plus tax.
The Lexington Hilton is making available 25 “student
rooms” each night at the reduced rate of $99.00 single occupancy/double occupancy. This is first-come, first-served
so you need to reserve these early. Student reservations will
be cross-checked with the registrant list to ensure that only
those who qualify for the rooms obtain them. Valid student
ID’s will need to be presented upon check-in.
Regular Members:
To make reservations online, visit: http://www.hilton.
com/en/hi/groups/personalized/L/LEXDTHF-WSSA
15-20150205/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id+POG
The Group Code is WSSA15
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Student Members:
To make reservations online visit: http://www.hilton.
com/en/hi/groups/personalized/L/LEXDTHF-WSSA
ST-20150207/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG
The Group Code is WSSAST
If you’d prefer to reserve your room via phone, please call:
1-859-281-3739—be sure to mention “WSSA” in order to
get the discounted rate.
Transportation
Minutes from the Blue Grass Airport with easy access from
US-25 BR S/US-421 BR S/US-60 BR E, The Hilton Lexington Downtown hotel offers a central location in the heart
of the city that is easy to get to! You can take a taxi from
the airport to the hotel. The hotel also has a complimentary
airport shuttle. Hilton guests can call 859-281-9000 when
you land or use the Hilton Phone in Baggage Claim. Since
there is only one shuttle there may be something of a wait
if the shuttle has recently departed the airport for the hotel.
You can sign up for the departure back to the airport at the
hotel bell stand.
Parking
Onsite parking is available to WSSA meeting registrations
complimentary for self parking and there is a 50% discount
for valet parking. Garage clearance is 6’ 6 “ H. Oversized
vehicle parking is available in a separate lot. (Price depends
on size of vehicle - call for details.)
From the Blue Grass Airport:
Distance from Hotel: 6 mi. Drive Time: 15 min
• Turn L onto Man O’ War
• Take a Right onto Versailles Rd
• Then a Left onto N. Broadway
• Next take a Right onto Vine
• The Hilton Lexington Downtown Hotel is on the immediate Left
From Knoxville or Huntington WVa
Distance from Hotel: Drive Time: 2.5 hours
• From I-64 West/I-75 North take exit 115 toward BG
PARKWAY / AIRPORT / LEXINGTON
• At the bottom of the exit ramp, take a LEFT toward
LEXINGTON on Newtown Pike
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Stay on Newtown Pike for approximately 3.3 miles
Turn LEFT onto West Main Street or US-25 BR
Hotel is approximately 1/2 mile on the left just past
Triangle Park
Program Booklet and Abstracts
All those registering for the annual meeting will receive a
program booklet. All registrants will receive programs at
the meeting registration desk. To find the time and location
of specific papers, look up the author in the author index in
the back of the program.
Note Regarding Locations: For the first time, the annual
meeting events will be at both the Hilton Downtown Lexington and the Lexington Convention Center. The location
for each event is either designated as (Hilton) or (LCC)…for
Lexington Convention Center. For the most part, committee
meetings will be held at the Hilton on Monday and main
sessions will be held at the Lexington Convention Center.
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COMMITTEE MEETINGS
SATURDAY, February 7
7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Board of Directors...................... Bluegrass Room (Hilton)
SUNDAY, February 8
7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Board of Directors...................... Bluegrass Room (Hilton)
MONDAY, February 9
6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
WSSA Board and Committee Chairs Breakfast
........................................Lily of the Valley Room (Hilton)
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
IPSM Editorial Board (P4)..... Bluegrass Salon A (Hilton)
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Science Policy Committee (E2)
................................................ Bluegrass Salon B (Hilton)
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Herbicide Resistant Plants Committee (E12)
..................................................... Triple Crown B (Hilton)
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Weed Technology Editorial Board (P3)
................................................ Bluegrass Salon A (Hilton)
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Sustaining Membership (F5).................... Arabian (Hilton)
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Weed Science Editorial Board (P2)
................................................ Bluegrass Salon A (Hilton)
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Terminology Committee (P22).... Triple Crown A (Hilton)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Research & Competitive Grants (E6)
..................................................... Triple Crown C (Hilton)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Environmental Aspects of Weed Management (E8)
.....................................................Crimson Clover (Hilton)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Herbicides for Minor Uses...........Blackberry Lily (Hilton)
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10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Herbicide Resistance Education (E12b)
................................................ Bluegrass Salon B (Hilton)
11:00 am – 12:00 noon
Publications Board (P1).......... Bluegrass Salon A (Hilton)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Public Awareness Committee (E13)
.....................................................Blackberry Lily (Hilton)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Website Committee (E14)........................ Arabian (Hilton)
1:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Photo Contest Committee (W3j)
..................................................... Triple Crown A (Hilton)
WEDNESDAY, February 11
6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
President’s Breakfast with Regional Presidents
........................................Lily of the Valley Room (Hilton)
7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Finance Committee (F2)................Thoroughbred 8 (LCC)
THURSDAY, February 12
12:00 Noon – 3:00 p.m.
Board of Directors................................. Bluegrass (Hilton)
WSSA Committee meetings are open to all WSSA members. However, some non-WSSA committee meetings (e.g.,
Herbicide Resistance Action Committee) are open only to
invited participants. If in doubt, check at the beginning of
the meeting with the Committee Chair.
Contact Joyce Lancaster of Allen Press, Inc. at WSSA
meeting@allenpress.com to arrange space for committee meetings or room assignments not scheduled in this
program.
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SUMMARY OF 2015 PROGRAM
SATURDAY MORNING, February 7
7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Board of Directors................................. Bluegrass (Hilton)
SUNDAY MORNING, February 8
7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Board of Directors................................. Bluegrass (Hilton)
MONDAY MORNING, February 9
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
WSSA Board & Committee Chairs Breakfast
.................................................. Lily of the Valley (Hilton)
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Registration.......................... Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
MONDAY AFTERNOON, February 9
1:00 noon – 3:45 p.m.
Photo Contest Judging................. Triple Crown A (Hilton)
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Registration.......................... Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
General Session and Awards
Presentations.........................Bluegrass Ballroom 1 (LCC)
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
WSSA Welcome and Awardees Reception
............................................. Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
TUESDAY MORNING, February 10
7:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Registration.......................... Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
7:45 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Poster Session Business Meeting........................................
..............................................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Poster Session.......................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
(Authors of even numbered posters will be present)
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Exhibits.................................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
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10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Posters on display without authors
..............................................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
10:15 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Symposium: Integration of ‘Omics’ Approaches in
Weed Science Research.......Bluegrass Ballroom 1 (LCC)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
1. Agronomic Crops...................Thoroughbred 1 (LCC)
10:00 a.m.. – 12:00 noon
4. Pasture, Rangeland, Forests, and Rights of Way
....................................................Thoroughbred 2 (LCC)
10:00 a.m. – 11:15 am
8. Formulation, Adjuvant, and Application Technology
....................................................Thoroughbred 3 (LCC)
11:15 a.m. – 12:15 noon
6. Regulatory Aspects.................Thoroughbred 3 (LCC)
12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m.
Graduate Student Luncheon and Business Meeting
.......................................................Thoroughbred 4 (LCC)
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, February 10
1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Symposium: Integration of ‘Omics’ Approaches in
Weed Science Research.......Bluegrass Ballroom 1 (LCC)
1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
1. Agronomic Crops...................Thoroughbred 1 (LCC)
1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
5. Wildland and Aquatic Invasive Plants
.......................................................Thoroughbred 3 (LCC)
1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
13. Integrated Weed Management
.......................................................Thoroughbred 2 (LCC)
4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
10. Biocontrol of Weeds.............Thoroughbred 3 (LCC)
WEDNESDAY MORNING, February 11
6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Regional Presidents Breakfast
................................................. Lilly of the Valley (Hilton)
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Registration.......................... Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
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8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a..m.
Poster Session.......................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
(Authors of odd-numbered posters will be present)
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Sustaining Members Exhibits.............................................
..............................................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
1. Agronomic Crops...................Thoroughbred 1 (LCC)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
9. Weed Biology and Ecology....Thoroughbred 3 (LCC)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
11. Physiology........................ Thoroughbred 5-7 (LCC)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Graduate Student Workshop..........Thoroughbred 4 (LCC)
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, February 11
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Symposium: Herbicide Resistance Summit II – Are
We Going to Do the Same Thing and Expect a
Different Result?.................Bluegrass Ballroom 1 (LCC)
1:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
2. Horticultural Crops.................Thoroughbred 2 (LCC)
1:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
3.Turf and Ornamental Crops.....Thoroughbred 3 (LCC)
1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
9. Weed Biology and Ecology.Thoroughbred 5-7 (LCC)
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m
12. Soil and Environmental Aspects
.......................................................Thoroughbred 3 (LCC)
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
WSSA Business Meeting.............Thoroughbred 4 (LCC)
THURSDAY MORNING, February 12
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Registration.......................... Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Posters on Display without Authors
..............................................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Sustaining Members Exhibits
..............................................Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
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8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
1. Agronomic Crops.......................Thoroughbred 1 (LCC)
8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
11. Physiology............................ Thoroughbred 5-7 (LCC)
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
7. Teaching and Extension......... Thoroughbred 2-3 (LCC)
12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.
Dismantle Posters and Exhibits
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, February 12
12:00 Noon – 3:00 p.m.
WSSA Board of Directors...........Bluegrass A&B (Hilton)
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COMPLETE PROGRAM
MONDAY PM, February 9
GENERAL SESSION
Location: Bluegrass Ballroom 1, (LCC)
Chair: Dallas Peterson
4:00 p.m.
Introduction and Announcements, Dallas Peterson,
President-Elect, WSSA
4:10 p.m.
Welcome: Dr. William Witt, Professor Emeritus,
University of Kentucky
4:20 p.m.
The Kentucky Bluegrass Region – Source of the
Horse: Mr. Steve Johnson, Silver Springs Stud Farms,
Paris, KY.
4:40 p.m.
The Future of Weed Science Research in USDA-ARS:
Dr. Rosalind James, USDA-ARS National Program
Leader, Invasive Pests of Crops, Washington, DC
5:00 p.m.
Presentation of Awards, Dwight Lingenfelter, Chair,
Awards Committee, WSSA
5:40 p.m.
Presentation of Fellow and Honorary Member
Awards, Krishna Reddy, Chair, Fellows and Honorary
Member Subcommittee, WSSA
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
WSSA Awardee Reception and Member Social
Location:.............................. Bluegrass Prefunction (LCC)
TUESDAY AM to THURSDAY
February 9 to 12
WSSA SUSTAINING MEMBERS
EXHIBITS SESSION
Location: Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
Chair: Steve Gylling, Gylling Data Management
7:45 a.m. Tuesday
Sustaining Members Exhibits Session meeting to elect a
Chair-Elect.
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Setup 12:00 noon - 3:00 p.m. Monday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Thursday
Please remove exhibits by 1:00 p.m. on Thursday
Sustaining Member Exhibitor and Representative
Gylling Data Management............................ Steve Gylling
LABServices..................................................James Steffel
TUESDAY AM, February 10
Location: Bluegrass Ballroom 2 (LCC)
Chair: Reginald Fletcher
Posters may be set up on Monday from 12:00 noon until 3:00
pm prior to the General Session. Authors should remove
Posters before 1:00 pm on Thursday afternoon.
7:45 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Business Meeting to elect Chair-Elect
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Authors of even-numbered posters will be present.
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Posters open for viewing without authors
TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10
Section 1. Agronomic Crops
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
†Performance of Sweet Sorghum Under Different
Planting Densities, Water Regimes, and N Levels.
V. Singh*1, N. R. Burgos1, L. Earnest2, S. Singh1, L. Martin2,
S. Abhugo1, L. Estorninos1; 1University of Arkansas,
Fayetteville, AR, 2University of Arkansas, Rohwer, AR (1)
†Soybean Row Width, Seeding Rate, and Herbicide
S t ra t e g y E f f e c t o n C u mu l a t ive I n t e rc e p t e d
Photosynthetically Active Radiation and Weed Control.
T. R. Butts*1, J. K. Norsworthy2, G. R. Kruger3, L. Sandell4,
B. G. Young5, L. E. Steckel6, M. M. Loux7, K. Bradley8,
V. M. Davis1; 1University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI,
2
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 3University of
Nebraska-Lincoln, North Platte, NE, 4Valent Corporation,
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Lincoln, NE, 5Southern Illinois University, Carbondale,
IL, 6University of Tennessee, Jackson, TN, 7Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH, 8University of Missouri,
Columbia, MO (2)
†Influence of Planting Date on Peanut Response to
Flumioxazin and Flumioxazin plus Pyroxasulfone. M. D.
Inman*, D. L. Jordan, D. Johnson; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (3)
Differential Response of Teosinte and Flint, Sweet,
and Dent Corn Varieties to Weed Competition. S. A.
Hansen*1, S. A. Clay2, D. Horvath3, S. Flint-Garcia 4;
1
South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, 2SDSU,
Brookings, SD, 3USDA-ARS, Fargo, ND, 4USDA ARS,
Columbia, MO (4)
†Corn, Soybean, and Wheat Yields in an Organic
Rotational No-till System during the 3-year Transition.
C. L. Keene*1, W. S. Curran1, J. M. Wallace2, S. Mirsky3,
M. J. VanGessel4, M. Ryan5, M. Barbercheck1; 1Penn
State University, University Park, PA, 2Pennsylvania
State University, State College, PA, 3USDA, Beltsville,
MD, 4University of Delaware, Georgetown, DE, 5Cornell
University, Ithaca, NY (5)
Echinochloa Colona Seedling Emergence on Soybean
Fallow Under No-tillage System. H. A. Acciaresi*1, G.
Picapietra2; 1Instituto Nacional Tecnologia Agropecuaria,
Pergamino, Argentina, 2UNNOBA-INTA, Pergamino,
Argentina (6)
Effect of Rye Versus Winter Annual Weeds on Summer
Annual Weed Growth and Soybean Yield. M. L.
Bernards*, B. S. Heaton; Western Illinois University,
Macomb, IL (7)
†Impact of Glyphosate-resistant Volunteer Corn Density,
Control Timing, and Late Season Emergence on Soybean
Yield. P. S. Chahal*1, M. L. Bernards2, G. R. Kruger3, H.
Blanco-Canqui1, A. J. Jhala4; 1University of NebraskaLincoln, Lincoln, NE, 2Western Illinois University,
Macomb, IL, 3University of Nebraska-Lincoln, North Platte,
NE, 4University of Florida, Lake Alfred, FL (8)
Clearfield ® Rice Genotypes Tolerance to Aerial
Application of Imidazolinone as Affected by Plant
Density. E. R. Camargo*, A. T. Martini, L. A. Avila, L.
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F. Martini, A. Pivetta, F. Schreiber; Federal University of
Pelotas (UFPel), Pelotas, Brazil (9)
†Influence of Preharvest Herbicides on Black Bean
Desiccation,Yield, and Canning Quality. A. M. Goffnett*1,
C. Sprague1, K. A. Cichy2; 1Michigan State University, East
Lansing, MI, 2USDA-ARS, East Lansing, MI (10)
†Evaluation of PRE Herbicide and Seed Treatment on
Thrips Infestation and Cotton Growth, Development,
and Yield. J. Copeland*1, D. M. Dodds1, A. Catchot1, D.
Reynolds1, J. Gore2, D. Wilson3, D. Denton1, C. A. Samples4;
1
Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS,
2
Mississippi State University, Stoneville, MS, 3Monsanto,
St. Louis, MO, 4Mississippi State University, Starkville,
MS (11)
†Comparison of Residual Herbicide Systems for Palmer
Amaranth Management in West Texas. R. M. Merchant*1,
P. A. Dotray2, J. Keeling3, M. R. Manuchehri4; 1University
of Georgia, Tifton, GA, 2Texas Tech University, Texas A&M
AgriLife Research and Extension Service, Lubbock, TX,
3
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Lubbock, TX,
4
Washington State University, Pullman, WA (12)
Efficacy of Fluridone-Based Herbicide Programs in
Cotton and Peanut. M. W. Marshall*; Clemson University,
Blackville, SC (13)
Herbicide Programs in Oklahoma Soybean. T. A.
Baughman*1, R. Peterson2; 1Oklahoma State University, Lone
Grove, OK, 2Oklahoma State University, Ardmore, OK (14)
†Evaluation of Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer amaranth
control in HPPD-tolerant Soybean Systems. B. W.
Schrage*1, W. J. Everman1, M. W. Marshall2; 1NCSU,
Raleigh, NC, 2Clemson University, Blackville, SC (15)
†Modeling the Evolution of Shattercane Resistance to
ALS-Inhibiting Herbicides in an ALS-Tolerant Sorghum
Cropping System. R. Werle*, B. Tenhumberg, J. Lindquist;
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE (16)
Weed Control in Soybean with Imazethapyr
Applied Alone or in Tank-Mix with Saflufenacil plus
Dimethenamid-P. N. Soltani*, K. D. Walsh, C. Shropshire,
P. H. Sikkema; University of Guelph, Ridgetown, ON (17)
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†Tank-Mixing Growth Regulator Herbicides with
Glufosinate for Control of Glyphosate-Resistant Giant
Ragweed in Corn. Z. A. Ganie*1, L. Sandell2, A. J. Jhala3;
1
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, 2Valent
Corporation, Lincoln, NE, 3University of Florida, Lake
Alfred, FL (18)
Responses of Glyphosate-Resistant and Conventional
Canola (Brassica napus L.) to Glyphosate and AMPA
Treatment. E. Alves Correa*1, S. O. Duke2, F. E. Dayan3, A.
Rimando2; 1UNESP - Campus de Registro, Registro, Brazil,
2
USDA, ARS, Oxford, MS, 3USDA-ARS, University, MS
(19)
Peanut Response to Glyphosate + Dicamba Drift at
Different Growth Stages. P. A. Dotray*1, W. Grichar2,
T. A. Baughman3, M. R. Manuchehri4, R. M. Merchant5,
T. Morris2; 1Texas Tech University, Texas A&M AgriLife
Research and Extension Service, Lubbock, TX, 2Texas
A&M AgriLife Research, Lubbock, TX, 3Oklahoma State
University, Lone Grove, OK, 4Texas Tech University,
Lubbock, TX, 5University of Georgia, Tifton, GA (20)
Oilseed Cuphea Tolerance to Bicyclopyrone and
Bromoxynil. F. Forcella*; USDA, Morris, MN (21)
†Impact of Growth Regulator Rate and Application
Timing on Sorghum Growth and Yield. T. E. Besancon*,
W. J. Vincent, W. J. Everman; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (22)
†Sequential Applications for Rescue Control of
Glyphosate Resistant Palmer Amaranth. D. Denton*1,
D. M. Dodds1, D. Reynolds1, A. Mills2, J. Copeland1, C.
A. Samples3; 1Mississippi State University, Mississippi
State, MS, 2Monsanto, Collierville, TN, 3Mississippi State
University, Starkville, MS (23)
Putative Genes Involved in the Non-target-site-based
Herbicide Resistance in Echinochloa Crus-galli. G.
Dalazen1, A. J. Fischer2, A. Merotto Junior*1; 1Federal
University of Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS, Porto Alegre,
RS, Brazil, 2University of California, Davis, Davis, CA (24)
Evaluation of Inzen Grain Sorghum in Louisiana. D.
Stephenson*, R. Landry, B. Woolam; LSU AgCenter,
Alexandria, LA (25)
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Biologically Effective Rate of Sulfentrazone Applied
Pre-emergence in Soybean. N. Soltani*1, K. D. Walsh1,
R. E. Nurse2, D. C. Hooker1, P. H. Sikkema1; 1University
of Guelph, Ridgetown, ON, 2Agriculture and Agri-Food
Canada, Harrow, ON (26)
Extent and Impact of Synthetic Auxin Resistant Weeds.
I. M. Heap*; WeedSmart, Corvallis, OR (27)
Control of Fringed Redmaids (Calandriaia ciliata) in
Winter Wheat. B. Woolam*1, D. Stephenson1, R. Landry1,
A. Meszaros2, G. Coburn2; 1LSU AgCenter, Alexandria, LA,
2
Pest Management Enterprises, LLC, Cheneyville, LA (28)
Addressing the Challenge of Glyphosate-resistant
Conyza species Across the Americas. M. A. Peterson*1,
D. M. Simpson2, R. Frene3, F. Lucio4; 1Dow AgroSciences,
West Lafayette, IN, 2Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis,
IN, 3Dow AgroSciences, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4Dow
AgroSciences, Sao Paulo, Brazil (29)
†Glufosinate- and glyphosate- resistant Italian
ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) in California Orchards
and Vineyards. E. Karn*, M. Jasieniuk; University of
California-Davis, Davis, CA (30)
Employing Leaf Multispectral Reflectance Data and
Random Forest Method to Differentiate between
Soybean and Three Broadleaf Weed Species. R. S.
Fletcher*, K. N. Reddy, S. J. Thomson; USDA, Stoneville,
MS (31)
Section 2. Horticultural Crops
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
†Processing Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Variety
Tolerance to Thifensulfuron-methyl. M. MohseniMoghadam, K. J. Linder*, R. J. Edwards, D. Doohan; Ohio
State University, Wooster, OH (32)
Response of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) and
Soybean (Glycine max L.) to Sub-lethal Doses of 2,4-D
or Dicamba, with/without Glyphosate. A. S. Leiva Soto*,
M. Mohseni-Moghadam, L. Fleuridor, R. J. Edwards, D.
Doohan; Ohio State University, Wooster, OH (33)
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Weed Control, and Tolerance of Processing Tomato
(Solanum lycopersicum) to Fomesafen. M. MohseniMoghadam*, D. Doohan; Ohio State University, Wooster,
OH (34)
†Impact of Grafting on Tomato Weed Management. S.
Chaudhari*, K. Jennings, D. W. Monks, F. Louws; NCSU,
Raleigh, NC (35)
Impacts of Late-season Tall Morningglory Infestations
on Chile Pepper Production. B. J. Schutte*; New Mexico
State University, Las Cruces, NM (36)
Natural Weed Control Products for Organically Grown
Vegetables. J. O’Sullivan*1, R. C. Van Acker2, R. D. Grohs1;
1
University of Guelph, Simcoe, ON, 2University of Guelph,
Guelph, ON (37)
†Effect of Green Manure and Cover Crops for Weed
and Disease Management in Tulip. Y. Duan*1, G. A.
Chastagner2, A. Debauw2, T. W. Miller3; 1Washington State
University, Pullman, WA, 2Washington State University,
Puyallup, WA, 3Washington State University, Mount
Vernon, WA (38)
Soil Solarization, Microwaves, and Mustard Seed Meal
Treatments for Weed Control in Annual Strawberry
Production. J. Samtani 1, J. Derr* 1, C. Johnson 2, M.
Conway1, L. Darnell2, A. Rana1, R. Flanagan3; 1Virginia
Tech, Virginia Beach, VA, 2Virginia Tech, Blackstone, VA,
3
Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Beach, VA (39)
Influence of Planting Date and Row Width on Quinoa
and Grain Amaranth Yield in Ontario, Canada. R. E.
Nurse*, E. R. Page; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada,
Harrow, ON (40)
A 3D View of Weeds in Horticultural Crops. B. Panneton1,
A. Bizeau2, M. Simard*1; 1Agriculture and Agri-Food
Canada, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC, 2Université de
Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, QC (41)
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Section 3. Turf and Ornamental Crops
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
Common Crabgrass Pre-control in Mixing of
Kentucky Bluegrass and Ryegrass. C. Li*, G. Xue;
East China Weed Technology Institute of Nanjing,
Nanjing, Peoples Republic (42)
Influence of Nitrogen Fertilization and Irrigation on
White Clover Invasion in Kentucky Bluegrass Turf. D.
W. Morishita*1, K. G. Frandsen1, T. Salaiz2; 1University
of Idaho, Kimberly, ID, 2McCain Foods, Aberdeen, ID
(43)
Common Polypogon Post-control in Seashore
Paspalum. G. Xue*, C. Li; East China Weed Technology
Institute of Nanjing, Nanjing, Peoples Republic (44)
Effect of Pendimethalin Application on Seashore
Paspalum after Coring Operations. Q. Ma*; Weed
Technology Institute of East China, Nanjing, Peoples
Republic (45)
†Turfgrass Species Response to Three HPPDinhibiting Herbicides. J. R. Brewer*1, J. Willis2, S.
Askew1; 1Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 2Monsanto,
Florissant, MO (46)
†Pesticide Persistence and Behavior in Turfgrass
Clippings. M. Jeffries*, T. Gannon, K. Ahmed; NCSU,
Raleigh, NC (47)
†Does Annual Bluegrass Influence Golf Ball
Deceleration and Trajectory on Putting Greens?
S. S. Rana*, S. Askew, J. R. Brewer; Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, VA (48)
Topramezone Timing and Rate for Bermudagrass
Suppression in Bentgrass Putting Surfaces. J. D.
McCurdy*; Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS
(49)
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Section 4. Pasture, Rangeland, Forest,
and Rights of Way
*PRESENTER
Utilizing Indaziflam for Roadside Weed Control in
Georgia. P. McCullough*; University of Georgia, Griffin,
GA (50)
Section 5. Wildland and Aquatic Invasive Plants
*PRESENTER
Kudzu Control Options: Initial Evaluation. J.
Omielan*1, D. Gumm2, M. Barrett1; 1University of
Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 2Kentucky Transportation
Cabinet, Jackson, KY (51)
The Impacts of Imazapic on Alliaria petiolata and
Non-Target Forest Floor Plants in Central Kentucky.
P. Podapati*; University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (52)
Performance of Invasive Swallowwort Juveniles
(Vincetoxicum spp.) Across a Habitat Gradient after
7 Years. L. R. Milbrath1, A. DiTommaso*2, J. Biazzo1,
S. H. Morris2; 1USDA-ARS, Ithaca, NY, 2Cornell
University, Ithaca, NY (53)
Section 6. Regulatory Aspects
No Submissions in This Section
Section 7. Education and Extension
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
Enlist 360 Education Series: Education, Training
and Outreach on the Enlist Weed Control System.
D. E. Hillger*1, A. Asbury2, R. Keller3, J. Laffey4, R.
Lassiter5, J. Siebert6, J. Wiltrout7; 1Dow AgroSciences,
Noblesville, IN, 2Dow AgroSciences, Dahinda, IL, 3Dow
AgroSciences, Rochester, MN, 4Dow AgroSciences,
Maryville, MO, 5Dow AgroSciences, Raleigh, NC, 6Dow
AgroSciences, Greenville, MS, 7Dow AgroSciences,
Indianapolis, IN (54)
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Herbicide Injury Symptoms on Horticultural Crops –
An In-service Training for NC Cooperative Extension
and Department of Agriculture Staff. J. C. Neal*1, K.
Jennings1, B. Lassiter2, W. Mitchem3; 1NCSU, Raleigh,
NC, 2NC Dept of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Raleigh, NC, 3NCSU, Mills River, NC (55)
iBook for Weed Identification. B. A. Ackley*; Ohio
State University, Columbus, OH (56)
Geodatabase \”WeedMap\” for Recording Data on
Weed Distribution. K. Hamouzova*, J. Soukup, M.
Kolarova, P. Hamouz; Czech University of Life Sciences
Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (57)
An Online Resource for Herbicide Target Gene
Sequences. D. A. Giacomini*1, I. M. Heap2, D.
Sammons3; 1Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO,
2
WeedSmart, Corvallis, OR, 3Monsanto, St. Louis, MO
(58)
†Distribution and Herbicide Resistance
Characteristics of Amaranthus spp. in Ohio. S. N.
Konkle*, M. M. Loux; Ohio State University, Columbus,
OH (59)
Stopping the Production of Viable Weed Seeds - It
May Occur Sooner Than You Think. M. J. VanGessel*1,
E. C. Hill2, K. A. Renner2, E. R. Gallandt3, C. Mohler4;
1
University of Delaware, Georgetown, DE, 2Michigan
State University, East Lansing, MI, 3University of Maine,
Orono, ME, 4Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (60)
Section 8. Formulation, Adjuvant and
Application Technology
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
Description of New 2,4-D and Dicamba Acid
Formulations. J. T. Daniel*1, S. K. Parrish2, P. Westra3;
1
Agricultural Consultant, Keenesburg, CO, 2AgraSyst
Inc, Spokane, WA, 3Colorado State University, Ft.
Collins, CO (61)
†Spray Droplet Size Evaluation of BASF Engenia™
Herbicide and Existing Dicamba Formulation,
Alone and in Tank Mix Combinations. A. Clark*1,
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L. Magidow1, L. Bozeman2; 1WinField / Land O Lakes,
River Falls, WI, 2BASF, Research Triangle Park, NC (62)
†Influence of Carrier Water pH, Foliar Fertilizer, and
Plant Height on Horseweed Control with Mesotrione.
P. Devkota*, W. Johnson; Purdue University, West
Lafayette, IN (63)
†Effects of Water Quality and Conditioning Agents
on Glyphosate Performance. M. R. Manuchehri*1, P. A.
Dotray2, J. Keeling3, T. Morris4; 1Texas Tech University,
Lubbock, TX, 2Texas Tech University, Texas A&M
AgriLife Research and Extension Service, Lubbock, TX,
3
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Lubbock, TX,
4
Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Lubbock, TX (64)
†Impact of Depostion Aids on Herbicide Penetration
into Crop Canopies. C. A. Samples*1, D. M. Dodds2,
A. Catchot2, G. R. Kruger3, J. Copeland2, D. Denton2;
1
Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, 2Mississippi
State University, Mississippi State, MS, 3University of
Nebraska-Lincoln, North Platte, NE (65)
Chemical Control of Wild Buckwheat (Polygonum
convolvulus L) and Field Bindweed(Convolvulus
arvensis L) on Wheat in Mexico. E. Lopez*; Crop
Protection R&D, Guadalajara, Mexico (66)
Diclosunam to Control Sedges and Other Weeds on
Sugarcane in Guatemala. E. Castaneda*1, E. Lopez2;
1
Crop Protection R&D, Guatemala, Guatemala, 2Crop
Protection R&D, Guadalajara, Mexico (67)
Section 9. Weed Biology and Ecology
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
Seed Desiccation Tolerance and Viability of
Chenopodium album as Affected by Cutting
Method and Timing. F. Kordbacheh1, C. Mohler2,
A. DiTommaso*2, H. R. Mashhadi3, H. Alizadeh3;
1
University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, 2Cornell University,
Ithaca, NY, 3University of Tehran, Karaj, Iran (68)
Post-mortem Seed Development: Does Termination
Timing or Method Make a Difference? E. C. Hill*1, K.
A. Renner1, M. J. VanGessel2, B. Scott3; 1Michigan State
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University, East Lansing, MI, 2University of Delaware,
Georgetown, DE, 3University of Delaware, Newark, DE
(69)
Influence of Palmer Amaranth Density and
Emergence Date on Seed Production in Wide Row and
Drill-Seeded Soybean. N. E. Korres*, J. K. Norsworthy;
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR (70)
Effects of Pesticide Seed Treatments on Weed Seed
Banks in Corn and Soybean. M. Morris*, L. W.
Atwood, R. G. Smith; University of New Hampshire,
Durham, NH (71)
Glyphosate Exposure Alters Flowering and
Seed Production in Sumatran Fleabane (Conyza
sumatrensis). G. L. Gomes*1, C. A. Carbonari2, E. D.
Velini2, B. Marchesi2, G. C. Macedo2, A. K. Matos2;
1
Faculdade de Ciências Agronômicas / UNESP, Botucatu,
Brazil, 2Faculdade de Ciências Agronômicas / UNESP,
Botucatu, Brazil (72)
Altering Tuber Production of Purple Nutsedge
(Cyperus rotundus) with Herbicides. T. M. Webster*1,
T. L. Grey2; 1USDA-ARS, Tifton, GA, 2University of
Georgia, Tifton, GA (73)
The Influence of Climate on the Distribution of
Mayweed Chamomile and Italian Ryegrass in the
Pacific Northwest. N. Lawrence1, L. Bernacchi2, J.
Wulfhorst2, I. C. Burke*1; 1Washington State University,
Pullman, WA, 2University of Idaho, Moscow, ID (74)
Winter Annual Weed Communities As A Result Of
Fall Or Spring Weed Control. M. J. VanGessel*1,
Z. Zhang2, T. W. Ilvento2, B. Scott2, Q. R. Johnson1;
1
University of Delaware, Georgetown, DE, 2University of
Delaware, Newark, DE (75)
Growing Season Phenology of Four Broadleaf Species
in South Dakota. S. A. Clay*, M. Erazo-Barradas, G.
Reicks; SDSU, Brookings, SD (76)
Giant Ragweed(Ambrosia trifida L.) Fecundity and
Reproductive Allometry in Maize (Zea mays L.) and
Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.). E. R. Page*, R. E.
Nurse; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Harrow, ON (77)
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Effect of Temperature and Light Intensity on the
Efficacy of Some Postemergence Herbicides on Hairy
Fleabane (Conyza bonariensis). M. Dennis, J. Bushoven,
A. Shrestha*; California State University, Fresno, CA
(78)
†Ecological Fitnesses of Multiple Herbicideresistance Traits in the Absence of Herbicide Selection
Determined from a Multi-generation Greenhouse
Study of Waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) . C.
Wu*, P. Tranel, A. Davis; University of Illinois, Urbana,
IL (79)
Selection Pressure Effects on Introgressed Herbicide
and Disease Resistance Allele Proportion, Gene
Flow and Yield Components in Jointed Goatgrass
(Aegilops cylindrica). B. A. Martins*1, C. A. MallorySmith2; 1EMBRAPA, Sete Lagoas, Brazil, 2Oregon State
University, Corvallis, OR (80)
†The Effect of Cover Crops on Horseweed Growth
and Development. A. M. Christenson*, A. Dille, D.
Peterson, K. Roozeboom; Kansas State University,
Manhattan, KS (81)
Perspectives on Corn Yield Losses Due to Weeds in
North America. A. Dille*1, P. H. Sikkema2, V. M. Davis3,
I. C. Burke4, W. J. Everman5; 1Kansas State University,
Manhattan, KS, 2University of Guelph, Ridgetown, ON,
3
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 4Washington
State University, Pullman, WA, 5NCSU, Raleigh, NC (82)
†Targeted Metabolomics - A Robust Analytical
Approach For Augmenting Mechanistic Insights Into
Herbicide Resistance In Weeds. A. S. Maroli*1, V. K.
Nandula2, N. Tharayil1; 1Clemson University, Clemson,
SC, 2USDA, Stoneville, MS (83)
†Using RNA-Seq to Identify Candidate Resistance
Genes in Echinochloa in Mississippi. A. A. Wright*1,
K. Showmaker2, V. K. Nandula3, D. Peterson2, J. Bond1,
D. Shaw2; 1Mississippi State University, Stoneville, MS,
2
Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS,
3
USDA, Stoneville, MS (84)
†Screening for Resistance to 20X Glyphosate in
Biotypes of Conyza canadensis from Soybean Fields
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and Non-agricultural Habitats in Ohio and Iowa.
Z. T. Beres*1, E. E. Ernst1, A. A. Snow1, J. T. Parrish1,
M. D. Owen2, B. A. Ackley1, M. M. Loux1; 1Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH, 2Iowa State University, Ames,
IA (85)
†Identifying Gender-Specific DNA Markers in
Waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus). A. Sadeque*,
P. Brown, P. Tranel; University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
(86)
†Characterization of Multiple-Resistant Palmer
amaranth in Michigan . J. R. Kohrt*1, C. Sprague2;
1
Michigan State University, Okemos, MI, 2Michigan
State University, East Lansing, MI (87)
†Elucidating the Germination Mechanism of Parasitic
Orobanchaceae Through Transcriptomics. H. Larose*1,
D. Plakhine2, M. Yahyaa2, H. Eizenberg2, D. Joel2, Y.
Tadmor2, J. Westwood1; 1Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA,
2
Newe Yaar Research Center, ARO, Israel, Ramat Yishay,
Israel (88)
†The Currency of a Thief: Metabolomic Analysis
of Heterotrophic Nitrogen in Parasitic Phelipanche
aegyptiaca . K. Clermont*, E. Collakova, J. Westwood;
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (89)
Optimizing Cultured Phelipanche Regeneration for
Research on Parasitic Weeds. R. L. Warnock*, H.
Gruszewski, J. Westwood; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
(90)
†Gene Flow from Glyphosate-Resistant Common
Waterhemp under Field Condition. D. Sarangi*1, A. J.
Jhala2; 1University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 2University
of Florida, Lake Alfred, FL (91)
Weed Emergence and Population Dynamics in
Alternative Irrigation Systems in California Rice.
W. B. Brim-DeForest, B. A. Linquist, A. J. Fischer*;
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA (92)
†Plant Size and ALS-Inhibiting Herbicide Dose
Influence the Control of ALS-Resistant Shattercane
Populations. R. Werle*1, R. L. Martins2, L. Sandell3, J.
Lindquist1; 1University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln,
30
NE, 2São Paulo State University, Botucatu, Brazil,
3
Valent Corporation, Lincoln, NE (93)
Section 10. Biocontrol of Weeds
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
†Postemergence Control of Broadleaf Weeds With the
Bioherbicide Thaxtomin A (MBI-005). J. C. Wolfe*, J.
C. Neal, C. D. Harlow; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (94)
†Meta-analysis of Seed Predation by Vertebrates and
Invertebrates in Seed Removal Assays. C. K. Blubaugh*,
I. Kaplan; Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (95)
Section 11. Physiology
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
†Inhibition of Broomrape Development Under
Low Light Intensity. A. Cochavi*1, J. E. Ephrath1,
S. Rachmilevich1, C. Miao1, H. Eizenberg2; 1French
Associates Institute for Agriculture and Biotechnology
of Drylands, Sede Boqer, Israel, 2Newe Yaar Research
Center, ARO, Israel, Ramat Yishay, Israel (96)
Genotypic Variation in Phenological Parameters
of Yellow Nutsedge Populations in Response to
Photoperiod. P. Tehranchian*, J. K. Norsworthy;
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR (97)
Did ALS Inhibitor Resistance in Amaranthus spinosus
come from A. palmeri? W. Molin*1, A. A. Wright2, V.
K. Nandula3, J. Bond2; 1USDA-ARS, Stoneville, MS,
2
Mississippi State University, Stoneville, MS, 3USDA,
Stoneville, MS (98)
Multiple Alleles for ALS Inhibitor Resistance in
Amaranthus palmeri in Mississippi. W. Molin*1, A. A.
Wright2, V. K. Nandula3; 1USDA-ARS, Stoneville, MS,
2
Mississippi State University, Stoneville, MS, 3USDA,
Stoneville, MS (99)
†Non Target Site Resistance to ACCase Inhibitors
in Grass Weeds - A New Perspective. M. Matzrafi*,
B. Rubin, Z. Peleg; Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
Rehovot, Israel (100)
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ACCase Inhibitor Resistance in Leptochloa fusca spp.
fascicularis (bearded sprangletop) in California Rice.
W. B. Brim-DeForest, R. Alarcon-Reverte, A. J. Fischer*;
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA (101)
Evidence for Fomesafen-Induced Stimulatory Effects
on Germination of Amaranthus tuberculatus at SubLethal Doses. R. Wuerffel*, B. G. Young; Southern
Illinois University, Carbondale, IL (102)
†Sensitivity of Different Corn Cultivars to
Foramsulfuron. A. Paporisch, B. Rubin*; Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel (103)
Confirmation of Glyphosate-Resistant Kochia in
Idaho and Oregon. P. Jha*1, D. W. Morishita2, J. Felix3,
V. Kumar1, M. Flenniken4; 1Montana State University,
Huntley, MT, 2University of Idaho, Kimberly, ID, 3Oregon
State University, Ontario, OR, 4Montana State University,
Bozeman, MT (104)
Glyphosate Resistance in Common Ragweed from
Mississippi. V. K. Nandula*1, M. Crampton2, V.
Kalavacharla2, J. Bond3, T. Eubank4; 1USDA, Stoneville,
MS, 2Delaware State University, Dover, DE, 3Mississippi
State University, Stoneville, MS, 4Mycogen Seeds,
Greenville, MS (105)
Mechanism of Resistance to Glyphosate in Palmer
amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) Populations from
New Mexico. M. Mohseni-Moghadam*1, J. Ashigh2, J.
Schroeder2; 1Ohio State University, Wooster, OH, 2New
Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM (106)
Multifactorial Herbicide Resistance in Echinochloa
phyllopogon of California Rice Fields. A. J. Fischer*, R.
Alarcon-Reverte; University of California, Davis, Davis,
CA (107)
Target-site Resistance to Propanil in Cyperus
difformis L.: Implications for Management in Rice
Fields of California. R. M. Pedroso, R. Alarcon-Reverte,
A. J. Fischer*; University of California, Davis, Davis, CA
(108)
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Rice Seedling Gene Expression in Response to Cold
Stress and Herbicides. L. A. Avila*1, C. E. Schaedler2,
L. F. Martini1, J. A. Noldin3, P. D. Zimmer4, M. Zimmer4,
D. Agostinetto4, C. T. Borges4; 1Federal University
of Pelotas (UFPel), Pelotas, Brazil, 2Universidade
Federal do Pampa, Itaqui, Brazil, 3Epagri, Itajaí, Brazil,
4
Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas, Brazil (109)
†Does EPSPS Gene Amplification Confer Fitness Cost
in Glyphosate-Resistant Kochia? V. Kumar*1, P. Jha1,
M. Flenniken2, S. Misra3; 1Montana State University,
Huntley, MT, 2Montana State University, Bozeman, MT,
3
University of Georgia, Athens, GA (110)
Effect of Planting Time and Bispyribac-sodium on
Gene Expression of Rice Seedlings. L. F. Martini1, J. A.
Noldin*2, L. A. Avila1, C. E. Schaedler3, C. T. Borges4,
P. D. Zimmer4, D. Agostinetto4; 1Federal University
of Pelotas (UFPel), Pelotas, Brazil, 2Epagri, Itajaí,
Brazil, 3Universidade Federal do Pampa, Itaqui, Brazil,
4
Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas, Brazil (111)
Physiological Effects of Glufosinate Ammonium on
Conventional, Glufosinate-resistant and Widestrike®
Cotton. C. A. Carbonari*1, D. O. Latorre1, A. L.
Cavenaghi2, E. D. Velini1, G. L. Gomes3; 1Faculdade
de Ciências Agronômicas / UNESP, Botucatu, Brazil,
2
UNIVAG, Cuiabá, Brazil, 3Faculdade de Ciências
Agronômicas / UNESP, Botucatu, Brazil (112)
Development of PCR Based Tests to Identify Weedy
Amaranthus Species. A. A. Wright1, W. Molin*2, V. K.
Nandula3; 1Mississippi State University, Stoneville, MS,
2
USDA-ARS, Stoneville, MS, 3USDA, Stoneville, MS
(113)
Statewide Postemergence Screening for PPO Inhibitor
Resistance in Pigweeds in Mississippi. V. K. Nandula*1,
A. A. Wright2, W. Molin3; 1USDA, Stoneville, MS,
2
Mississippi State University, Stoneville, MS, 3USDAARS, Stoneville, MS (114)
†Conventional Soybean Grafted to Glyphosateresistant Rootstock Express Herbicide Tolerance at
the Whole-plant Level. Y. Chen*1, J. Blakeslee1, D.
Doohan2; 1The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH,
2
Ohio State University, Wooster, OH (115)
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†Methiozolin and Tyrosine Aminotransferases
(TATs). C. Brabham, J. Gollihue*, S. Debolt, M. Barrett;
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (116)
†Effect of Drought on Host Parasite Relationship
in Phelipanche aegyptiaca: Physiological Study.
A. Cochavi*1, J. E. Ephrath2, S. Rachmilevich2, H.
Eizenberg3; 1French Associates Institute for Agriculture
and Biotechnology of Drylands, Sede Boqer, Israel,
2
French Associates Institute for Agriculture and
Biotechnology of Drylands, Sede Boqer, Israel, 3Newe
Yaar Research Center, ARO, Israel, Ramat Yishay, Israel
(117)
Section 12. Soil and Environmental Aspects
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
†Rates of Arsenic Speciation Transformation
Following Monosodium Methyl Arsenate Application
to Soils. L. Ou*, D. Mahoney, T. Gannon, D. L.
Hesterberg, M. L. Polizzottoo; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (118)
†Nitrous Oxide Output Based on Weed Management
Systems. A. M. Knight*1, W. J. Everman1, S. C. RebergHorton2, S. Hu2, D. L. Jordan1, N. Creamer2; 1NCSU,
Raleigh, NC, 2North Carolina State University, Raleigh,
NC (119)
The Environmental Impact Quotient (EIQ) Should
Not Be Used to Compare Herbicides. A. R. Kniss*, C.
M. Coburn; University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY (120)
Section 13. Integrated Weed Management
*PRESENTER † STUDENT POSTER CONTEST
Competitive and Weed Suppressive Effects of Cover
Crops in Mixture and Monoculture. A. A. Holmes,
S. E. Wortman*; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana, IL (121)
Effect of Cover Crops on the Relative Cover and
Weed Biomass. H. A. Acciaresi*1, G. Picapietra2;
1
Instituto Nacional Tecnologia Agropecuaria, Pergamino,
Argentina, 2UNNOBA-INTA, Pergamino, Argentina
(122)
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Differential Response to Glufosinate and Oxifluorfen
in Glyphosate-Resistant Grass Weed Species. P.
T. Fernández-Moreno1, R. Alcántara de la Cruz1, M.
M. Trezzi2, J. Menéndez Calle3, R. A. De Prado*1;
1
Universidad de Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain, 2Universidade
Tecnologica Federal Do Parana, Pato Branco, Brazil,
3
Universidad de Huelva, Huelva, Spain (123)
Glyphosate Resistance Variability in Chloris spp
Collected in Cuba. R. Alcántara de la Cruz*1, P. T.
Fernández-Moreno1, M. M. Trezzi2, J. Menéndez Calle3,
R. A. De Prado1; 1Universidad de Córdoba, Córdoba,
Spain, 2Universidade Tecnologica Federal Do Parana,
Pato Branco, Brazil, 3Universidad de Huelva, Huelva,
Spain (124)
Response to Glyphosate in Borreria
latifolia Populations from Brazil. F. Diesel1, M. Gallon1,
R. Alcántara de la Cruz2, P. T. Fernández-Moreno2, M.
M. Trezzi*1, R. A. De Prado2; 1Universidade Tecnologica
Federal Do Parana, Pato Branco, Brazil, 2Universidad de
Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain (125)
Quick Tests: Glyphosate-Resistant Kochia and
Pinoxaden-Resistant Grass Weeds. J. Pratchler*1, S.
W. Shirriff2, H. J. Beckie2; 1University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, SK, 2Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada,
Saskatoon, SK (126)
Palmer Amaranth in California: Planning Ahead for
Glyphosate Resistance Management. S. I. Rios1, S.
D. Wright2, A. Ferry-Abee2, G. Banuelos2, E. Padilla2,
S. Parry2, A. Shrestha*3; 1University of California
Cooperative Extension-Riverside County, Fresno, CA,
2
University of California Cooperative Extension-Tulare/
Kings Counties, Tulare, CA, 3California State University,
Fresno, CA (127)
Cross Resistance to ACCase Herbicides in Eleusine
indica Biotypes Collected in Brazil. P. T. FernándezMoreno1, R. Alcántara de la Cruz1, M. M. Trezzi2, J.
Menéndez Calle3, R. A. De Prado*1; 1Universidad de
Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain, 2Universidade Tecnologica
Federal Do Parana, Pato Branco, Brazil, 3Universidad de
Huelva, Huelva, Spain (128)
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Performance of Weed Management Systems Without
Atrazine in North American Processing Sweet Corn.
Z. F. Arslan*1, R. Becker2, V. A. Fritz3, R. E. Peachey4, T.
L. Rabaey5, M. M. Williams II6; 1University of Illinois,
Urbana, IL, 2University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN,
3
University of Minnesota, Waseca, MN, 4Oregon State
University, Corvallis, OR, 5University of Minnesota,
LeSueur, MN, 6USDA-ARS, Urbana, IL (129)
†Atrazine and Pendimethalin Weed Control is
Reduced in Soils Amended with Biochar. N. Soni*1, R.
G. Leon1, J. E. Erickson2, J. A. Ferrell2, M. L. Silveira3;
1
University of Florida, Jay, FL, 2University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL, 3University of Florida, Ona, FL (130)
†Influence of Tillage Methods on Management of
Amaranthus Species in Soybean. J. Farmer*1, V. M.
Davis2, W. Johnson3, M. M. Loux4, J. K. Norsworthy5, L. E.
Steckel6, K. Bradley1; 1University of Missouri, Columbia,
MO, 2University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 3Purdue
University, West Lafayette, IN, 4Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH, 5University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR,
6
University of Tennessee, Jackson, TN (131)
Role of Bacillus and Pseudomonas spp on the
Management of Phalaris minor. S. Singh*, M. Phour, S.
S. Sindhu; CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar,
India (132)
†Carryover of Common Corn and Soybean
Herbicides to Various Cover Crop Species in Missouri.
C. Cornelius*, J. Farmer, M. D. Bish, A. Long, M. Biggs,
K. Bradley; University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (133)
Application Timing Effect on Sicklepod and
Morningglory Control and Seed Production of
Surviving Plants after Applications with Glyphosate,
2,4-D, and Dicamba Combinations. R. G. Leon*1, J. A.
Ferrell2; 1University of Florida, Jay, FL, 2University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL (134)
Drip Herbigation of Imazapic Based on Degree
Days Model for Egyptian Broomrape (Phelipanche
aegyptiaca) Control in Processing Tomato in Israel.
E. Avivi*1, G. Achdari2, Y. Kleifeld3, H. Eizenberg4; 1Ein
Harod farm R&D, Kibutz Ein Harod, Israel, 2Department
of Weed Research and Phytopathology, Ramat Yishay,
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Israel, 3Netafim Ltd R&D, Tel Aviv, Israel, 4Newe Yaar
Research Center, ARO, Israel, Ramat Yishay, Israel (135)
TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10
Integration of ‘Omics’ Approaches in
Weed Science Research
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Bluegrass Ballroom 1
10:15 AM - 12:00 PM
Nishanth Tharayil
Clemson University
Clemson, SC
*SPEAKER
10:15 Introduction
10:30 Constraints and Opportunities for Genomics in
Weed Science. P. Tranel*; University of Illinois, Urbana,
IL (136)
11:00 Translating Population Genomics Models to
Inform Weedy Species Management. A. L. LawtonRauh*; Clemson University, Clemson, SC (137)
11:30 Genes Regulating Parasitism in Cuscuta. N.
Sinha*; University of California, Davis, Davis, CA (138)
TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10
Section 1. Agronomic Crops
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 1
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Jonathan Huff
Dow AgroSciences
Herrin, IL
*SPEAKER
10:00 Residual Control of Waterhemp with Dicamba.
S. T. Logan*1, S. M. Allen2, T. D. White3, J. L. Matthews4,
J.M. Young5, B. G. Young5; 1Monsanto Company,
Pinckneyville, IL, 2Monsanto Company, Bonnie, IL,3
Monsanto Company, St. Louis, MO,4 Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale, IL, 5Purdue University, West
Lafayette, IN (139)
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10:15 Utility of Valent Herbicide Portfolio in a
Dicamba or 2,4-D Traited Soybean System. D.
Refsell*1, J. Pawlak2; 1Valent USA, Lathrop, MO, 2Valent
USA, Lansing, MI (140)
10:30 Remotely Sensed Spectral Characterization of
Soybean Response to Simulated Dicamba Drift. K. N.
Reddy*1, Y. Huang2; 1USDA, Stoneville, MS, 2USDAARS, Stoneville, MS (141)
10:45 Management of Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer
Amaranth in Cotton with Dicamba. M. D. Inman*, D.
L. Jordan, A. C. York, W. J. Everman, K. Jennings, D. W.
Monks; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (142)
11:00 Application Stewardship of EngeniaTM
Herbicide in Dicamba Tolerant Crops. D. Westberg*,
C. Feng, C. Brommer, W. E. Thomas; BASF Corporation,
Research Triangle Park, NC (143)
11:15 Weed Management Stewardship of EngeniaTM
Herbicide in Dicamba Tolerant Crops. C. Brommer*1, J.
Frihauf2, S. Bowe1; 1BASF Corporation, Research Triangle
Park, NC, 2BASF Corporation, Raleigh, NC (144)
11:30 Enlist™ Technology in Texas High Plains
Cotton. M. R. Manuchehri*1, P. A. Dotray2, J. Keeling3,
T. Morris4, M. L. Lovelace5; 1Texas Tech University,
Lubbock, TX, 2Texas Tech University, Texas A&M
AgriLife Research and Extension Service, Lubbock, TX,
3
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Lubbock, TX,
4
Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Lubbock, TX, 5Dow
AgroSciences, Lubbock, TX (145)
11:45 Control of Glyphosate-resistant Giant Ragweed
in Soybean Tolerant to 2,4-D, Glufosinate and
Glyphosate. A. J. Jhala*1, K. Rosenbaum2; 1University of
Florida, Lake Alfred, FL, 2Dow AgroSciences, Lincoln,
NE (146)
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TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10
Section 4. Pasture, Rangeland, Forest,
and Rights of Way
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 2
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Joe Omielan
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
*SPEAKER
10:00 Are Multi-cultivar Forage Stands More
Effective at Suppressing Weedy Species than Single
Cultivar Stands? F. W. Pollnac*, R. G. Smith, N. Warren;
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH (147)
10:15 Translocation and Metabolism of 2,4-D in
Sensitive and Tolerant Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
Lines. T. L. Burke*, M. Barrett; University of Kentucky,
Lexington, KY (148)
10:30 Aminocyclopyrachlor Plus Metsulfuron
Reduces Tall Fescue Seed Heads and Improves Forage
Quality. T. D. Israel*, G. Rhodes, Jr., T. C. Mueller, G. E.
Bates, J. C. Waller; University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
TN (149)
10:45 Evaluation of Derigo (foramsulfuron +
iodosulfuron + thiencarbazone) for Weed Control
in Grassy Roadsides in Georgia. P. McCullough*;
University of Georgia, Griffin, GA (150)
11:00 Japanese knotweed (Fallopia spp.) Congener
Stand Reduction Following Mid-season Herbicide
Treatments - Year One. A. Z. Skibo*1, M. J. VanGessel2,
M. Yost3; 1SePRO Corporation, Fort Collins, CO,
2
University of Delaware, Georgetown, DE, 3DNREC,
Dover, DE (151)
11:15 Brownout Following Application of Mixtures
with Saflufenacil in Forestry Site Preparation
Activities. A. W. Ezell*1, A. B. Self2; 1Mississippi State
University, Starkville, MS, 2Mississippi State University,
Grenada, MS (152)
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11:30 Herbicides for Hardwood Management- A
Compilation of Research Studies. A. W. Ezell*;
Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS (153)
11:45 Section Business Meeting
TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10
Section 8. Formulation, Adjuvant and
Application Technology
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 3
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Susan Sun
AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry
Brewster, NY
*SPEAKER
10:00 Application Best Management Practices for
Balancing Drift Mitigation and Weed Control with
the Enlist Weed Control System. D. E. Hillger*1,
A. Asbury2, P. Havens3, R. Keller4, J. Laffey5, R.
Lassiter6, J. Schleier3, J. Siebert7; 1Dow AgroSciences,
Noblesville, IN, 2Dow AgroSciences, Dahinda, IL, 3Dow
AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN, 4Dow AgroSciences,
Rochester, MN, 5Dow AgroSciences, Maryville, MO,
6
Dow AgroSciences, Raleigh, NC, 7Dow AgroSciences,
Greenville, MS (154)
10:15 Exploring the Potential for Selectivity in
Bermudagrass Using Microwave Radiations for Weed
Control. A. Rana*, J. Derr; Virginia Tech, Virginia
Beach, VA (155)
10:30 Influence of Carrier Water pH and Foliar
Fertilizers on Weed Control with Postemergence
Herbicides. P. Devkota*, W. Johnson; Purdue University,
West Lafayette, IN (156)
10:45 Evaluation of Physical Drift and Vapor Drift
of Several Dicamba and 2,4-D Formulations and
the Impact of Volatility Reduction Adjuvants. S.
K. Parrish*1, J. T. Daniel2, P. Westra3; 1AgraSyst Inc,
Spokane, WA, 2Agricultural Consultant, Keenesburg, CO,
3
Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO (157)
11:00 Section Business Meeting
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TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10
Section 6. Regulatory Aspects
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 3
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Chris Dionigi
National Invasive Species Council
Washington, DC
*SPEAKER
11:15 Interdepartment Coordination of Invasive
Plant Policy and Regulation. C. P. Dionigi*; National
Invasive Species Council, Washington, DC (158)
11:30 APHIS Update on Not Allowed import Pending
Pest Risk Analysis category: Rounds 2 and 3. A. V.
Tasker*; USDA, APHIS, Plant Protection & Quarantine,
Riverdale, MD (159)
11:45 The PPQ Weed Risk Assessment Model:
Current Status and Use. A. L. Koop*1, L. Kohl1, L.
Newton1, B. Caton1, L. Miller1, B. Randall-Schadel1,
I. Baez1, S. Emerine2; 1USDA-APHIS, Raleigh, NC,
2
NCSU, Raleigh, NC (160)
12:00 Section Business Meeting
TUESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 10
Graduate Student Luncheon
LOCATION: Thoroughbred 4
TIME: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
TUESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 10
Integration of ‘Omics’ Approaches in
Weed Science Research
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Bluegrass Ballroom 1
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Nishanth Tharayil
Clemson University
Clemson, SC
*SPEAKER
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1:30 Transcriptomic Approaches to Investigate
Dormancy in Underground Adventitious Buds of
Perennial Weeds. M. E. Foley*, M. Dogramaci, D.
Horvath, W. S. Chao, J. V. Anderson; USDA-ARS, Fargo,
ND (161)
2:00 Transcriptomic Approaches to Study Herbicide
Resistance in Weeds. T. A. Gaines*; Colorado State
University, Ft. Collins, CO (162)
2:30 Using Omics Approaches to Study Non-target
Glyphosate Resistance in Horseweed (Conyza
canadensis). Y. Peng*1, Y. Sang1, R. Ye1, Q. Jia1, S.
Allen1, D. Sammons2, N. Stewart1; 1University of
Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 2Monsanto, St. Louis, MO
(163)
3:00 Break
3:15 Omics Approaches to Natural Products
Research. S. O. Duke*; USDA, ARS, Oxford, MS (164)
3:45 Herbicide Resistance and Tolerance in Weeds:
Insights from Metabolomics and Enzyme Analysis. N.
Tharayil*, A. S. Maroli; Clemson University, Clemson,
SC (165)
4:15 Panel Discussion
TUESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 10
Section 1. Agronomic Crops
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
MODERATOR:
Thoroughbred 1
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Jonathan Huff
Dow AgroSciences
Herrin, IL
Chase Samples
Mississippi State Univ
Mississippi State, MS
*SPEAKER
1:30 An Update on HPPD-resistance in AMAPA and
AMATA Populations. C. L. Dunne*1, R. Jain1, V. K.
Shivrain2, G. D. Vail2; 1Syngenta Crop Protection, Vero
Beach, FL, 2Syngenta Crop Protection, Greensboro, NC
(166)
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1:45 Evaluation of Weed Control Programs Utilizing
HPPD-Tolerant Soybeans. J. C. Holloway*1, D. E.
Bruns2, T. H. Beckett3, B. R. Miller4, D. J. Porter5;
1
Syngenta Crop Protection, Jackson, TN, 2Syngenta
Crop Protection, LLC, Marysville, OH, 3Syngenta Crop
Protection, Greensboro, NC, 4Syngenta Crop Protection,
LLC, Minneapolis, MN, 5Syngenta Crop Protection,
LLC, Greensboro, NC (167)
2:00 Palmer Amaranth Soil Seedbank Management:
Integrating Harvest Weed Seed Control Strategies
and other Fall Practices with Herbicides. J. K.
Norsworthy*1, M. Walsh2, S. Powles2; 1University of
Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 2University of Western
Australia, Perth, Australia (168)
2:15 Interaction of Soil-Residual Herbicide
Combinations and Rates on the Control of
Waterhemp and Soybean Growth and Development.
N. T. Harre*1, J. L. Matthews2, J. M. Young1, M.
L. Bernards3, A. G. Hager4, B. G. Young2; 1Purdue
University, West Lafayette, IN, 2Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale, IL, 3Western Illinois University,
Macomb, IL, 4University of Illinois, Urbana, IL (169)
2:30 Seedling Soybean Bioassay for Evaluation of
Tolerance to Metribuzin. T. L. Grey*; University of
Georgia, Tifton, GA (170)
2:45 Using Dose-response Curves on Continuous Data
to Assess Resistance in Weed Biotypes. J. C. Streibig*1,
A. R. Kniss2; 1University of Copenhagen, Taastrup,
Denmark, 2University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY (171)
3:00 Break
3:15 Control of Glyphosate Resistant Horseweed and
Giant Ragweed in the Same Field of Soybean. P. H.
Sikkema*, N. Soltani; University of Guelph, Ridgetown,
ON (172)
3:30 Influence of Cover Crops on Management
of Amaranthus spp. in Soybeans. M. M. Loux*1, A.
Dobbels1, K. Bradley2, V. M. Davis3, W. Johnson4, J. K.
Norsworthy5, L. E. Steckel6, B. G. Young7; 1Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH, 2University of Missouri,
Columbia, MO, 3University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI,
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Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 5University of
Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 6University of Tennessee,
Jackson, TN, 7Southern Illinois University, Carbondale,
IL (173)
4
3:45 Cover Crop Establishment Issues Following
Corn and Soybean Herbicides in the Upper Midwest.
D. H. Smith*1, T. R. Legleiter2, E. J. Bosak1, W. Johnson2,
V. M. Davis1; 1University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI,
2
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (174)
4:00 A New Glyphosate Resistant Weed Species
Confirmed for Northern NSW (AUSTRALIA) and the
World – Common Sowthistle (Sonchus Oleraceus).
T. S. Cook*, W. P. Davidson, B. L. Miller; NSW Weed
Society, Tamworth, Australia (175)
4:15 Herbicide Resistant Lolium spp. in Italy and
Mediterranean Area. A. Collavo*, R. Beffa, H. Strek;
BayerCropScience AG Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany (176)
4:30 Pyroxasulfone Rate and Timing Effects on
Italian Ryegrass Control in Wheat. A. M. Knight*1, Z.
Taylor2, L. Grier2, W. J. Everman1; 1NCSU, Raleigh, NC,
2
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC (177)
4:45 Section Business Meeting
TUESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 10
Section 5. Wildland and Aquatic Invasive Plants
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 3
1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
John Madsen
USDA ARS
Davis, CA
*SPEAKER
1:30 Control of Brazilian Peppertree and Australianpine using Aminocyclpyrachlor. B. A. Sellers*1, J. A.
Ferrell2, G. E. MacDonald2; 1University of Florida, Ona,
FL, 2University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (178)
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1:45 Operational Use of Herbicide Ballistic
Technology (HBT) on a Helicopter Platform Reducing
Nascent Miconia (Miconia calvescens DC) populations
in the East Maui Watershed. J. Leary*1, J. Gooding2,
B. Mahnken3, R. Rodriguez4, D. Jenkins4; 1University of
Hawaii, Kula, HI, 2Haleakala National Park, Makawao,
HI, 3Maui Invasive Species Committee, Piiholo, HI,
4
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI (179)
2:00 Nuisance Aquatic Vegetation Control:
Implications for Fish and Wildlife. R. S. Haynie*1, S.
B. Wilde2, S. R. Dodd3; 1SePRO Corporation, Carmel,
IN, 2University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 3Nutter and
Associates, Inc., Athens, GA (180)
2:15 The Potential Impacts of Evolution on
Eurasian Watermilfoil Management. R. A. Thum*1,
L. A. Schulte2, S. Parks2, J. N. McNair2; 1Montana
State University, Bozeman, MT, 2Grand Valley State
University, Muskegon, MI (181)
2:30 Laboratory Studies and Recent Field
Monitoring and Assessment of Sonar® (a.i.,
fluridone) Efficacy for Control and Eradication of
New Infestations of Monoecious Hydrilla. M. A.
Heilman*1, M. D. Netherland2, R. J. Richardson3, J. J.
Nawrocki3; 1SePRO Corporation, Carmel, IN, 2US Army
Engineer Research and Development Center, Gainesville,
FL, 3NCSU, Raleigh, NC (182)
2:45 Effectiveness of Long-term Monoecious Hydrilla
Management Programs in North Carolina. R. J.
Richardson*, J. J. Nawrocki; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (183)
3:00 Break
3:15 Spectrum and Efficacy of StingrayR for Aquatic
and Riparian Use Patterns. A. Z. Skibo*1, B. Willis2;
1
SePRO Corporation, Fort Collins, CO, 2SePRO Research
& Technology Campus, Whitakers, NC (184)
3:30 Developing Long-term Control Techniques
for Flowering Rush: Mesocosm Trials and Field
Implementation. J. D. Madsen*1, K. D. Getsinger2, G.
Turnage3; 1USDA ARS, Davis, CA, 2US Army Engineer
Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, MS,
3
Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS (185)
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3:45 Section Business Meeting
TUESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 10
Section 13. Integrated Weed Management
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 2
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Anil Shrestha
California State University
Fresno, CA
*SPEAKER
1:30 Herbicide Mixture and Sequential Application
for Managing Resistant Phalaris minor. S. Singh*;
CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, India (186)
1:45 Integrated Management of Glyphosate-Resistant
Giant Ragweed with Tillage and Herbicides in Corn.
Z. A. Ganie*1, L. Sandell2, J. Lindquist1, G. R. Kruger3,
M. Jugulam4, D. B. Marx5, A. J. Jhala6; 1University of
Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, 2Valent Corporation,
Lincoln, NE, 3University of Nebraska-Lincoln, North
Platte, NE, 4Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS,
5
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, Lincoln, NE,
6
University of Florida, Lake Alfred, FL (187)
2:00 Management of Difficult-to-control Weeds in
Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in Northern India.
M. S. Bhullar*, T. Kaur, S. Kaur; Punjab Agricultural
University, Ludhiana, India (188)
2:15 Intra-specific Variation for Postemergence
Herbicide Tolerance in Peanut. R. G. Leon*1, B. L.
Tillman2; 1University of Florida, Jay, FL, 2University of
Florida, Marianna, FL (189)
2:30 The Weed Seed Bank is More Diverse and
Dynamic in a Sod-based than a Conventional PeanutCotton Rotation. R. G. Leon*1, D. L. Wright2, J. J.
Marois2; 1University of Florida, Jay, FL, 2University of
Florida, Quincy, FL (190)
2:45 Early Season Weed Control- Getting to the Root
of the Problem. J. Gal, M. Afifi, E. Lee, L. Lukens, C. J.
Swanton*; University of Guelph, Guelph, ON (191)
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3:00 Break
3:15 A Decision Support System for Egyptian
Broomrape (Phelipanche aegyptiaca) Control in
Processing Tomato in Israel. H. Eizenberg*1, G.
Achdari2, Y. Kleifeld3, E. Avivi4; 1Newe Yaar Research
Center, ARO, Israel, Ramat Yishay, Israel, 2Department
of Weed Research and Phytopathology, Ramat Yishay,
Israel, 3Netafim Ltd R&D, Tel Aviv, Israel, 4Ein Harod
farm R&D, Kibutz Ein Harod, Israel (192)
3:30 Growth, Reproduction, and Weed Risk
Assessment Scoring of Energycane (Saccharum spp.×
Saccharum spontaneum) Clones Vary When Grown in
Tropical vs. Subtropical Conditions. R. G. Leon*1, R.
A. Gilbert2, J. C. Comstock3; 1University of Florida, Jay,
FL, 2University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 3USDA-ARS,
Canal Point, FL (193)
3:45 Intelligent Cultivators- New Tool for Improved
IWM in Vegetable Crops. R. N. Lati*1, S. A.
Fennimore2; 1UC Davis, Salinas, CA, 2University of
California Davis, Salinas, CA (194)
4:00 Weed Management in Strip-tilled Sweet Corn
and Cabbage. E. Haramoto*1, D. Brainard2; 1University
of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 2Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI (195)
4:15 Blasting the Competition Away: Abrasive Weed
Management in Organic Vegetable Cropping Systems.
S. E. Wortman*; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana, IL (196)
4:30 Influence of Cover Crop Termination Timing
and High-residue Cultivation on Weed Communities
in a Reduced-till Organic Grain System. J. M.
Wallace*1, M. Ryan2, C. L. Keene3, S. Mirsky4, M.
J. VanGessel5, W. S. Curran3; 1Pennsylvania State
University, State College, PA, 2Cornell University, Ithaca,
NY, 3Penn State University, University Park, PA, 4USDA,
Beltsville, MD, 5University of Delaware, Georgetown,
DE (197)
4:45 Section Business Meeting
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TUESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 10
Section 10. Biocontrol of Weeds
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 3
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM
Roger Becker
Univ. of Minnesota
St. Paul, MN
*SPEAKER
4:15 Major Invasive Plant Species on Guam and
Biological Control. G. Wiecko1, G. Reddy*2; 1University
of Guam, Mangilao, GU, 2Montana State University,
Conrad, MT (198)
4:30 Putting Weed Seed Predators to the Test: Weed
Germination Reductions Attributable to Vertebrate
and Invertebrate Granivores in Fallow Systems. C. K.
Blubaugh*, I. Kaplan; Purdue University, West Lafayette,
IN (199)
4:45 Section Business Meeting
WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11
Section 1. Agronomic Crops
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
MODERATOR:
Thoroughbred 1
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Jonathan Huff
Dow AgroSciences
Herrin, IL
Drake Copeland
Mississippi State Univ
Mississippi State, MS
*SPEAKER
10:00 ProvisiaTM Rice System; Weed Management
Strategies for Rice. C. Youmans*1, J. Guice2, S. Bowe3,
G. Armel3, L. Mankin3, D. Carlson3, J. Harden3; 1BASF
Corporation, Dyersburg, TN, 2BASF Corporation,
Winnsboro, LA, 3BASF Corporation, Research Triangle
Park, NC (200)
10:15 Introduction to a New Arylpicolinate Herbicide
from Dow AgroSciences with Utility in Rice and Other
Crops. M. R. Weimer*, C. N. Yerkes, P. R. Schmitzer, R.
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K. Mann; Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN (201)
10:30 Discovery of a New Arylpicolinate Herbicide
from Dow AgroSciences with Utility in Rice. C. N.
Yerkes*, G. J. Deboer, C. T. Lowe, K. Myung, P. R.
Schmitzer; Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN (202)
10:45 Field and Laboratory Characterization of the
Soil Persistance and Activity of a New Arylpicolinate
Herbicide. M. Miller*, J. K. Norsworthy; University of
Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR (203)
11:00 Utility of a New Arylpicolinate Herbicide
from Dow AgroSciences in U.S. Mid-South Rice. D.
H. Perry*1, A. T. Ellis2, V. B. Langston3, R. Lassiter4,
G. D. Thompson5, R. P. Viator6, L. C. Walton7, M. R.
Weimer8; 1Dow AgroSciences, Greenville, MS, 2Dow
AgroSciences, Arlington, TN, 3Dow AgroSciences,
Woodlands, TX, 4Dow AgroSciences, Raleigh, NC,
5
Dow AgroSciences, Omaha, AR, 6Dow AgroSciences,
Houma, LA, 7Dow AgroSciences, Fulton, MS, 8Dow
AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN (204)
11:15 Optimizing the Activity of a New Arylpicolinate
Herbicide for Use in Rice. M. Miller*, J. K.
Norsworthy; University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
(205)
11:30 Analysis of Putative Herbicide Tolerant
Accessions of Echinochloa oryzoides (Ard.) Fritsch.
in Rice. E. K. Altop1, H. Mennan2, J. C. Streibig*3,
U. Budaka1, C. Ritz4; 1Ondokuz Mayýs University,
Agriculture Faculty, Samsun, Turkey, 2Ondokuz Mayýs
University, Agriculture Faculty, Samsun, Turkey,
3
University of Copenhagen, Taastrup, Denmark,
4
University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Denmark
(206)
11:45 ALS Resistance in Loose Silky Bentgrass
(Apera spica-venti) - Growing Issue for European
Small Grain Production. J. Soukup*, K. Hamouzova,
M. Jursik, P. Kosnarova; Czech University of Life
Sciences Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (207)
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WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11
Section 9. Weed Biology and Ecology
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 3
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Carlene Chase
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
*SPEAKER
10:00 Promoting Adoption of Cover Crops for
Weed Suppression by Broadening Their Utility. C. A.
Chase*, G. B. Braz, M. E. Swisher; University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL (208)
10:15 Environmental Correlates with Weed Seed
Bank Community Composition in Organic Vegetable
Farms across Northern New England. R. G. Smith*1,
E. R. Gallandt2, S. C. Bosworth3, T. M. Davis1, B.
Brown2, E. Venturini2, N. Warren1, A. Hazelrigg3;
1
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 2University
of Maine, Orono, ME, 3University of Vermont,
Burlington, VT (209)
10:30 Weed Seed Survival in Corn and Alfalfa Silage:
An Evaluation Using Experimental Mini-silos. M.
Simard*1, C. Lambert-Beaudet2; 1Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC, 2Université
Laval, Quebec, QC (210)
10:45 USDA Biofuel Review Process. J. Jones*; USDAAPHIS, Riverdale, MD (211)
11:00 Ambrosia Confertiflora - An Invasive Weed in
Israel. Y. Yair*, M. Sibony, B. Rubin; Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel (212)
11:15 Recent Invasions of Parthenium hysterophorus
in Natural and Agroecosystems in Nepal. J. D. Ranjit1,
S. Pokhrel2, A. Shrestha*3; 1Nepal Agricultural Research
Council, Kathmandu, Nepal, 2Winrock International
- Nepal, Lalitpur, Nepal, 3California State University,
Fresno, CA (213)
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11:30 Phenotypic Differentiation, Plasticity, and
a Surprising Habitat Shift in One of the World’s
Worst Weeds. J. N. Barney*1, D. Atwater1, U. Sezen2, A.
Paterson2; 1Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 2University of
Georgia, Athens, GA (214)
11:45 Natural Selection on Morphological Traits of
Roadside Weed Populations in Southwestern
United States. B. Alfaro*; University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, NM (215)
WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11
Section 11. Physiology
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 5-7
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Roland Beffa
Bayer CropScience
Frankfurt, Germany
*SPEAKER
10:00 A Primer on Understanding Glyphosate
Translocation and Resistance. D. Sammons*1, A. Herr1,
R. Eilers1, D. Wang1, E. Ostrander2; 1Monsanto, St. Louis,
MO, 2Washington University, St. Louis, MO (216)
10:15 Not All Who Wander Are Lost: A BACbased Pursuit for the Full Sequence of the EPSPS
Glyphosate Resistance Element in Amaranthus
palmeri. W. Molin*1, A. A. Wright2, C. Saski3; 1USDAARS, Stoneville, MS, 2Mississippi State University,
Stoneville, MS, 3Clemson University, Clemson, SC (217)
10:30 Extending the EPSPS Amplicon: Steps
Towards Defining the Duplication Mechanism. D.
A. Giacomini*1, N. Tao2, T. Ulmasov2, P. Latreille2,
R. Kerstetter2, S. M. Ward1, P. Westra1, D. Sammons3;
1
Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, 2Monsanto,
Chesterfield, MO, 3Monsanto, St. Louis, MO (218)
10:45 Configuration of EPSPS Gene Copies
on Glyphosate-resistant Common Waterhemp
(Amaranthus rudis) Chromosomes. A. Dillon, T.
Danilova, D. Peterson, B. Gill, M. Jugulam*; Kansas
State University, Manhattan, KS (219)
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11:00 Stability of EPSPS Gene Copies in Glyphosateresistant Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri).
A. Godar*, D. Koo, D. Peterson, B. Gill, M. Jugulam;
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS (220)
11:15 Mapping of EPSPS Gene Copies on Pachytene
Chromosomes of Glyphosate-resistant Waterhemp
(Amaranthus rudis). A. Godar*, D. Koo, D. Peterson, B.
Gill, M. Jugulam; Kansas State University, Manhattan,
KS (221)
11:30 BioDirect(tm) and Managing Herbicide Resistant
Amaranths. D. Sammons*, S. Navarro, K. Croon, J.
Schmuke, D. Wang, N. Rana, G. Griffith, R. Godara;
Monsanto, St. Louis, MO (222)
11:45 Section Business Meeting
WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11
Graduate Student Professional Development
Workshop
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 4
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Katelyn Venner
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 11
Herbicide Resistance Summit II - Are We Going
to Do the Same Thing and Expect a Different
Outcome?
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Bluegrass Ballroom 1
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
David Shaw
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS
*SPEAKER
1:00 Introduction
1:10 Understanding the Social within a Holistic Weed
Management Strategy. R. A. Jussaume*; Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI (223)
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1:20 The Economics of Resistance Management. G.
Frisvold*1, T. Hurley2; 1University of Arizona, Tucson,
AZ, 2University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN (224)
1:30 Toward a Community-Based Approach for Weed
Management. D. E. Ervin*1, G. Frisvold2; 1Portland State
University, Portland, OR, 2University of Arizona, Tucson,
AZ (225)
1:40 Carrots and Sticks: Incentives and Regulations
for Herbicide Resistance Management and Changing
Behavior. M. Barrett*1, D. Shaw2, J. Soteres3; 1University
of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 2Mississippi State
University, Mississippi State, MS, 3Monsanto (retired),
St. Louis, MO (226)
1:50 Approaches to Holistic Weed Managment in
Order to Manage Herbicide-resistant Weeds. M. D.
Owen*; Iowa State University, Ames, IA (227)
2:00 Rethinking Education and Outreach for
Successful Herbicide Resistance Management. A.
Asmus1, J. Schroeder*2; 1Asmus Farm Supply, Inc, Rake,
IA, 2New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM (228)
2:10 A Call to Action for Herbicide Resistance
Management. H. Coble*; NC State University, Cary, NC
(229)
2:20 Discussion
2:30 Can You Manage Herbicide Resistance
Better than a Freshman? A Role-Playing Game
to Demonstrate Community-Based Resistance
Management. G. Frisvold*1, A. Asmus2; 1University of
Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 2Asmus Farm Supply, Inc, Rake, IA
(230)
3:00 Break
3:30 Can You Manage Herbicide Resistance Better
than a Freshman (continued). G. Frisvold*; University
of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (231)
4:30 Discussion
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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 11
Section 2. Horticultural Crops
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 2
1:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Dennis Odero
University of Florida
Belle Glade, FL
*SPEAKER
1:00 Weed Control and Radish Response to
s-metolachlor in Organic Soil. D. C. Odero*, J. V.
Fernandez, N. Havranek; University of Florida, Belle
Glade, FL (232)
1:15 Preliminary Trials for Weed Management in
Quinoa. T. W. Miller*, C. R. Libbey; Washington State
University, Mount Vernon, WA (233)
1:30 Influence of Ground-cover Competition on
Growth, Yield, and Berry Quality in Cabernet Franc
Grape. N. T. Basinger*, K. Jennings, D. W. Monks, S. E.
Spayd, S. Chaudhari; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (234)
1:45 Critical Period of Weed Removal for Quinoa and
Grain Amaranth in Ontario Canada. R. E. Nurse*, E.
R. Page; Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Harrow, ON
(235)
2:00 IR-4 Update and New Strategic Plan: Vision
2020. D. L. Kunkel*1, M. Arsenovic1, J. J. Baron1, M. K.
Braverman1, R. Batts2; 1Rutgers University, Princeton,
NJ, 2North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC (236)
2:15 Weed Control in Culinary Herbs. C. J. Phillippo*,
B. H. Zandstra; Michigan State University, East Lansing,
MI (237)
2:30 New Perspectives on Preemergence Onion Weed
Control. B. H. Zandstra*, C. J. Phillippo; Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI (238)
2:45 Evaluation of the Carryover Potential of
Sulfentrazone in California Vegetable Crops. S. A.
Fennimore*, J. S. Rachuy; University of California
Davis, Salinas, CA (239)
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3:00 Break
3:15 Implications of Off-Target Herbicides in
Potato Seed Production. J. Colquhoun*, D. Heider, R.
Rittmeyer; University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (240)
3:30 Season-Long Weed Management Programs in
Garden Beets. D. Heider*, J. Colquhoun, R. Rittmeyer;
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (241)
3:45 Impact of Air Temperature and Herbicide
Concentration on Root Uptake of Gramoxone in
Pepper. N. Boyd*; University of Florida, Wimauma, FL
(242)
4:00 Absorption, Translocation, and Metabolism
of Halosulfuron in Grafted Solanaceous Crops. S.
Chaudhari*, K. Jennings, D. W. Monks, F. Louws; NCSU,
Raleigh, NC (243)
4:15 Common Ragweed Competition in Potato
Grown in Seepage Irrigation at Different Water Table
Depths. P. J. Dittmar*, L. Zotarelli; University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL (244)
4:30 Section Business Meeting
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 11
Section 3. Turf and Ornamental Crops
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 3
1:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Patrick McCullough
University of Georgia
Griffin, GA
*SPEAKER
1:00 The Effect of Indaziflam on Bermudagrass
Health and Growth. L. Ou*, M. Jeffries, T. Gannon;
NCSU, Raleigh, NC (245)
1:15 Single and Sequential Applications of Indaziflam
for Broadleaf and Long-term Annual Grass Control
in Warm-season Turfgrass. B. J. Brecke*, R. G. Leon;
University of Florida, Jay, FL (246)
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1:30 Dallisgrass Management in Turfgrass. J. Derr*,
A. Nichols; Virginia Tech, Virginia Beach, VA (247)
1:45 Investigating Creeping Bentgrass Response to
Methiozolin, Ethephon and Aeration. K. A. Venner*, S.
Askew; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (248)
2:00 Annual Blue-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium
rosulatum) Control in Bermudagrass. M. L. Flessner*1,
S. McElroy2; 1Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 2Auburn
University, Auburn, AL (249)
2:15 Dislodgeable 2,4-D On Overseeded and Nonoverseeded Bermudagrass Athletic Fields. M. Jeffries*,
T. Gannon, K. Ahmed; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (250)
2:30 Evaluation of Selective Herbicides for
Deertongue Control in Fine Fescue. S. S. Rana*, S.
Askew, J. R. Brewer; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (251)
2:45 Impact of Application Parameters on the
Efficacy of the Bioherbicide FeHEDTA. J. C. Wolfe*, J.
C. Neal, C. D. Harlow; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (252)
3:00 Section Business Meeting
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 11
Section 9. Weed Biology and Ecology
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 5-7
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Carlene Chase
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
*SPEAKER
1:00 Occurrence of Arable Weeds along Roadsides in
Eastern Arkansas. N. E. Korres*1, J. K. Norsworthy1, M.
V. Bagavathiannan2; 1University of Arkansas, Fayetteville,
AR, 2Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (253)
1:15 Validation of a Model to Simulate Herbicide
Resistance Evolution in Barnyardgrass in Ricesoybean Production System. M. V. Bagavathiannan*1,
J. K. Norsworthy2, K. L. Smith3, P. Neve4; 1Texas
A&M University, College Station, TX, 2University of
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Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 3Cheminova, Groveton, TX,
4
Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, England (254)
1:30 Role of Anti-Oxidant Machinery in Conferring
Glyphosate Resistance to Amaranthus palmeri. A.
S. Maroli*1, V. K. Nandula2, N. Tharayil1; 1Clemson
University, Clemson, SC, 2USDA, Stoneville, MS (255)
1:45 Differences in Final Biomass Among
Glyphosate-resistant and Glyphosate-susceptible
Maternal Families of Conyza canadensis in Ohio: A
Pilot Field Experiment. Z. T. Beres*, A. A. Snow, J. T.
Parrish; Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (256)
2:00 Effect of Water Stress on Growth and Seed
Production of Glyphosate-Resistant and –Susceptible
Common Waterhemp. D. Sarangi*1, S. Z. Knezevic2,
J. Lindquist3, S. Irmak1, A. J. Jhala4; 1University of
Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 2University of Nebraska,
Concord, NE, 3University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln,
NE, 4University of Florida, Lake Alfred, FL (257)
2:15 Quantifying Weed Seedbank Density Effects on
Pendimethalin Control Outcomes. B. J. Schutte*, A.
Cunningham; New Mexico State University, Las Cruces,
NM (258)
2:30 Cropping Systems and the Prevalence of Giant
Ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L): from the 1950’s to
Present. E. R. Page*, R. E. Nurse; Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, Harrow, ON (259)
2:45 Crop Species and Seeding Rate Effects on Light
Quality and Weed Populations. K. N. Harker*, J. T.
O’Donovan; Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Lacombe,
AB (260)
3:00 Break
3:15 Kin Recognition and the Potential to Influence
Competitive Interactions in Crops. G. P. Murphy*, R.
C. Van Acker, I. Rajcan, C. J. Swanton; University of
Guelph, Guelph, ON (261)
3:30 Transcriptional Analyses of Sweet Corn
Competition. E. Choe, M. M. Williams II*; USDA-ARS,
Urbana, IL (262)
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3:45 Growth Characteristics of a Weed-suppressive
Indica x Non-suppressive Tropical Japonica Rice
Mapping Population. D. R. Gealy*, Y. Jia, S. Pinson;
USDA-ARS, Stuttgart, AR (263)
4:00 Connections are Everything: Influence of Host
Species on mRNA Exchange Between Dodder and its
Hosts. G. Kim, J. Westwood*; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg,
VA (264)
4:15 Section Business Meeting
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 11
Section 12. Soil and Environmental Aspects
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 3
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Harry Strek
Bayer CropScience
Frankfort, Germany
*SPEAKER
3:30 Does Previous Atrazine History Enhance
Atrazine Degradation in US Soils? T. C. Mueller*1,
W. S. Curran2, R. Scott3, C. Sprague4, D. Stephenson5,
D. Miller6, E. Prostko7, W. Grichar8, J. Martin9, L.
Krutz10, K. Bradley11, L. E. Steckel12, M. L. Bernards13,
M. D. Owen14, P. A. Dotray15, R. Currie16, S. A. Clay17,
S. Z. Knezevic18, V. M. Davis19, R. Klein20; 1University
of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 2Penn State University,
University Park, PA, 3University of Arkansas, Lonoke,
AR, 4Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 5LSU
AgCenter, Alexandria, LA, 6Louisiana State University,
St. Joe, LA, 7University of Georgia, Tifton, GA, 8Texas
A&M AgriLife Research, Lubbock, TX, 9University of
Kentucky, Princeton, KY, 10Mississippi State University,
Stoneville, MS, 11University of Missouri, Columbia,
MO, 12University of Tennessee, Jackson, TN, 13Western
Illinois University, Macomb, IL, 14Iowa State University,
Ames, IA, 15Texas Tech University, Texas A&M AgriLife
Research and Extension Service, Lubbock, TX, 16Kansas
State University, Manhattan, KS, 17SDSU, Brookings,
SD, 18University of Nebraska, Concord, NE, 19University
of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 20University of Nebraska,
North Platte, NE (265)
58
3:45 The Effect of pH on Amicarbazone Persistence
in Aerobic Soils. K. Ahmed*, T. Gannon, M. Jeffries;
NCSU, Raleigh, NC (266)
4:00 The Effect of Soil Moisture Content at
Treatment on Lateral Herbicide Movement. T.
Gannon*, M. Jeffries, D. Mahoney; NCSU, Raleigh, NC
(267)
4:15 Effect of Herbicide Management Strategy on
N2O Emissions from Non-crop, Corn, and Soybean
Systems. R. R. Bailey*, T. R. Butts, V. M. Davis;
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (268)
4:30 A Novel Test System to Quantify Differences in
Tank Cleaner Effectiveness. T. C. Mueller*1, F. Sexton2;
1
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 2Exacto, Inc,
Sharon, WI (269)
4:45 Section Business Meeting
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 11
WSSA Business Meeting
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 4
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Joseph DiTomaso
UC Davis
Davis, CA
THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 12
Section 1. Agronomic Crops
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
MODERATOR:
Thoroughbred 1
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Jonathan Huff
Dow AgroSciences
Herrin, IL
Drew Denton
Mississippi State Univ
Mississippi State, MS
*SPEAKER
8:00 A Product Portfolio for Selective Weed Control
in Corn: Flexible Solutions Based on Various
Herbicide and Safener Assets. C. H. Rosinger*; Bayer
CropScience, Frankfurt, Germany (270)
59
8:15 Characterization of Multiple Herbicide
Resistance in Kochia Accessions from Montana. P.
Jha*, C. A. Lim, V. Kumar, S. Leland; Montana State
University, Huntley, MT (271)
8:30 Distribution and Dose Response of ALSInhibiting Herbicide Resistant Shattercane and
Johnsongrass Populations from Kansas and Nebraska.
R. Werle*1, A. J. Jhala1, M. K. Yerka2, J. Lindquist1;
1
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, 2ARSUSDA, Lincoln, NE (272)
8:45 Corn and Grain Sorghum Yield Response to
Irrigation and Weed Management . B. W. Schrage*, W.
J. Everman; NCSU, Raleigh, NC (273)
9:00 Grass Control in Sorghum as Impacted by
Cultural Practices and Weed Management. T. E.
Besancon*, W. J. Vincent, A. M. Knight, W. J. Everman;
NCSU, Raleigh, NC (274)
9:15 Tolpyralate (SL-573): A New Post-Emergence
Herbicide for Weed Control in Corn. H. Kikugawa*1,
Y. Satake2, D. J. Tonks3, M. Grove4, S. Nagayama5, M.
Tsukamoto2; 1Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha, LTD, Osaka,
Japan, 2Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha, LTD, Shiga, Japan, 3ISK
Biosciences, Kearney, MO, 4ISK Biosciences, Spring,
TX, 5Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha, LTD, Mie, Japan (275)
9:30 Tolpyralate (SL-573): An Overview of
Performance for Weed Control in Corn in the U.S.
D. J. Tonks*1, M. Grove2, H. Kikugawa3, M. Parks1, S.
Nagayama4, M. Tsukamoto5; 1ISK Biosciences, Kearney,
MO, 2ISK Biosciences, Spring, TX, 3Ishihara Sangyo
Kaisha, LTD, Osaka, Japan, 4Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha,
LTD, Mie, Japan, 5Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha, LTD, Shiga,
Japan (276)
9:45 Impacts of Atrazine Prohibition on Roundup
Ready Adoption, Tillage, and Number of Herbicide
Sites-of-Action Used in Wisconsin Crop Production.
F. Dong1, P. D. Mitchell*1, R. A. Recker2, V. M. Davis1;
1
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 2Monsanto,
Mankato, MN (277)
10:00 Break
60
10:15 Assessment of Wisconsin Crop Production
Systems Without Recent Atrazine Use and the Impact
to Herbicide Resistance Management. V. M. Davis*1,
R. A. Recker2, F. Dong1, P. D. Mitchell1; 1University of
Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 2Monsanto, Mankato, MN
(278)
10:30 Introduction of SYN-A205 for Atrazine-free
Weed Control in Corn. R. D. Lins*1, T. H. Beckett2,
S. E. Cully3, J. Foresman2, G. D. Vail2; 1Syngenta Crop
Protection, Renville, MN, 2Syngenta Crop Protection,
Greensboro, NC, 3Syngenta Crop Protection, Marion, IL
(279)
10:45 Acuron Herbicide: Preemergence Weed Control
and Corn Safety. R. Jain*1, M. A. Cutulle1, T. H.
Beckett2, S. E. Cully3, R. D. Lins4, G. D. Vail2; 1Syngenta
Crop Protection, Vero Beach, FL, 2Syngenta Crop
Protection, Greensboro, NC, 3Syngenta Crop Protection,
Marion, IL, 4Syngenta Crop Protection, Renville, MN
(280)
11:00 Pethoxamid-A New Herbicide for Use in
Agronomic & Horticultural Crops. B. Hunt*1, J.
Barrentine2, T. Hayden2, B. Jacobson2, A. Kendig2,
M. Krull2, T. Ksander2, G. Radeva3, K. L. Smith4;
1
Cheminova A/S, Lemvig, Denmark, 2Cheminova Inc,
Research Triangle Park, NC, 3Cheminova Canada Inc,
Kilworth, ON, 4Cheminova, Groveton, TX (281)
11:15 Performance of a Novel Clethodim
Formulation. R. L. Pigati*1, G. K. Dahl2, J. V.
Gednalske3, E. P. Spandl1, L. J. Hennemann3, J. A.
Gillilan4, L. Magidow5, A. Clark5; 1Winfield, Shoreview,
MN, 2Winfield Solutions LLC, St. Paul, MN, 3Winfield,
River Falls, WI, 4Winfield, Springfield, TN, 5WinField /
Land O Lakes, River Falls, WI (282)
THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 12
Section 11. Physiology
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR: Thoroughbred 5-7
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Roland Beffa
Bayer CropScience
Frankfort, Germany
*SPEAKER
61
8:00 Light, Weeds and Carbon Partitioning – How
Does a Neighbour Do It? A. G. McKenzie-Gopsill*,
S. Amirsadeghi, L. Lukens, E. Lee, C. J. Swanton;
University of Guelph, Guelph, ON (283)
8:15 Thiamethoxam Enhances Soybean Competitive
Ability with Weeds. H. Kim*, M. Afifi, E. Lee, L.
Lukens, C. J. Swanton; University of Guelph, Guelph,
ON (284)
8:30 Sarmentine, a Natural Herbicide from
Long Pepper (Piper longum) Fruit with Multiple
Mechanisms of Action. F. E. Dayan*1, D. K. Owens1,
R. Asolkar2, L. Boddy2; 1USDA-ARS, University, MS,
2
Marrone Bio Innovations, Davis, CA (285)
8:45 Background, History, and Current Status of
Dicamba Resistant Kochia in the Western US and
Canada. P. Westra*1, T. A. Gaines1, M. Jugulam2;
1
Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, 2Kansas State
University, Manhattan, KS (286)
9:00 Mechanism of Atrazine and Mesotrione
Resistance in Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus
palmeri). B. Sridevi, A. Godar, C. Thompson, D.
Peterson, M. Jugulam*; Kansas State University,
Manhattan, KS (287)
9:15 Ploidy and Multiple Resistance in Echinochloa
spp. N. R. Burgos*1, C. E. Rouse1, A. J. Fischer2, A. L.
Lawton-Rauh3; 1University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR,
2
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, 3Clemson
University, Clemson, SC (288)
9:30 Herbicide-resistant Weedy Rice Traits and
Management. V. Singh*1, N. R. Burgos1, S. Singh1,
L. Earnest2, R. Scott3, S. Basu1, A. Pereira1, D. Gealy4,
A. Caicedo5; 1University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR,
2
University of Arkansas, Rohwer, AR, 3University of
Arkansas, Lonoke, AR, 4USDA- ARS, Stuttgart, AR,
5
University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA (289)
9:45 Mode-of-Action Analysis of a New Arylpicolinate
Herbicide from Dow AgroSciences. J. L. Bell*1, P.
R. Schmitzer1, M. R. Weimer1, R. M. Napier2, J. M.
Prusinska2; 1Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN,
2
University of Warwick, Coventry, England (290)
62
10:00 Break
10:15 Characterization of an ALS-Resistant Yellow
Nutsedge Population from an Arkansas Rice Field.
P. Tehranchian*1, J. K. Norsworthy1, S. McElroy2, V. K.
Nandula3, D. Riar4, R. Scott5; 1University of Arkansas,
Fayetteville, AR, 2Auburn University, Auburn, AL,
3
USDA, Stoneville, MS, 4Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis,
IN, 5University of Arkansas, Lonoke, AR (291)
10:30 Uptake and Translocation of Postemergence
Applied C14-halosulfuron to Purple Nutsedge. X. Li*1,
T. L. Grey1, T. M. Webster2, B. H. Blanchett3; 1University
of Georgia, Tifton, GA, 2USDA-ARS, Tifton, GA,
3
University of Georgia, Valdosta, GA (292)
10:45 The Tolerance Mechanisms of Grasses to
Isoxaben. C. Brabham*, T. L. Burke, M. Barrett, S.
Debolt; University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (293)
11:00 Inter-species Protein Trafficking Endows
Dodder (Cuscuta pentagona) with a Host-Specific
Herbicide-tolerant Trait. L. Jiang1, F. Qu2, Z. Li1, D.
Doohan*2; 1China Agricultural University, Beijing,
Peoples Republic, 2Ohio State University, Wooster, OH
(294)
11:15 Effect of Salinity on Host Parasite Relationship
in Phelipanche aegyptiaca: Physiological Study.
A. Cochavi*1, J. E. Ephrath1, S. Rachmilevich1, H.
Eizenberg2; 1French Associates Institute for Agriculture
and Biotechnology of Drylands, Sede Boqer, Israel,
2
Newe Yaar Research Center, ARO, Israel, Ramat Yishay,
Israel (295)
THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 12
Section 7. Education and Extension
LOCATION:
TIME:
CHAIR:
Thoroughbred 2-3
8:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Todd Baughman
Oklahoma State University
Lone Grove, OK
*SPEAKER
63
8:00 Experiment Design Using ARM Software. S. R.
Gylling*; Gylling Data Management, Inc., Brookings,
SD (296)
8:15 Rstats4ag.org - A New Website to Help
Agricultural Researchers Learn R. A. R. Kniss*1, J.
C. Streibig2; 1University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY,
2
University of Copenhagen, Taastrup, Denmark (297)
8:30 Pay-for-play Publishing Scams: The Threat
to Scientific Journals. S. M. Ward*; Colorado State
University, Ft. Collins, CO (298)
8:45 Can We Learn From the Past? Antique Resources for WSSA. J. D. Byrd, Jr.*;
Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS (299)
9:00 Back to the Future with Non-GMO Herbicide
Programs. D. Lingenfelter*, W. S. Curran; Penn State
University, University Park, PA (300)
9:15 “Zero Tolerance”: A Community-Based
Management Program for Glyphosate-Resistant
Palmer Amaranth in Arkansas. K. L. Smith*1, J. K.
Norsworthy2, R. Scott3, A. M. Vangilder4, R. L. Nichols5,
T. Barber6; 1Cheminova, Groveton, TX, 2University of
Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 3University of Arkansas,
Lonoke, AR, 4University of Arkansas, Rector, AR,
5
Cotton Incorporated, Cary, NC, 6University of Arkansas,
Little Rock, AR (301)
9:30 Effect of Herbicide and Application Timing
on Residual Control of Horseweed Resistant to
Glyphosate and ALS Inhibitors. B. Reeb*, M. M. Loux,
A. Dobbels; Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (302)
9:45 Our Efforts to Reduce the Incidence of Offtarget Movement of Auxinic Herbicides in High
Value Crops. G. Rhodes, Jr.*, T. D. Israel; University of
Tennessee, Knoxville, TN (303)
10:00 Break
10:15 Teaching Undergraduate Weed Science as an
Online Course: Student and Teacher Perspectives. P.
B. Trewatha*; Missouri State University, Springfield, MO
(304)
64
10:30 Unifying the Efforts in Teaching, Research,
and Extension is Vital for the Advancement in Weed
Science. H. Z. Ghosheh*1, L. Grabau2; 1Jordan University
of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan, 2University of
Kentucky, Lexington, KY (305)
10:45 Mobile Applications as a Pest Management
Tool for Extension Services. A. Rana*, J. Derr; Virginia
Tech, Virginia Beach, VA (306)
11:00 Section Business Meeting
65
66
67
AUTHOR INDEX
A
Abhugo, Seth ....................................................................1
Acciaresi, Horacio A. ...............................................6, 122
Achdari, Guy ........................................................135, 192
Ackley, Bruce A. ......................................................56, 85
Afifi, Maha ...........................................................191, 284
Agostinetto, Dirceu ..............................................109, 111
Ahmed, Khalied .............................................47, 250, 266
Alarcon-Reverte, Rocio ............................... 101, 107, 108
Alcántara de la Cruz, Ricardo .............. 123, 124, 125, 128
Alfaro, Brian ................................................................ 215
Alizadeh, Hassan ............................................................68
Allen, Sara ....................................................................163
Allen, Sara M. ..............................................................139
Altop, Emine K. ...........................................................206
Alves Correa, Elza ......................................................... 19
Amirsadeghi, Sasan ......................................................283
Anderson, James V. ......................................................161
Armel, Greg ................................................................. 200
Arsenovic, Marija .........................................................236
Arslan, Zubeyde F. .......................................................129
Asbury, Andy .........................................................54, 154
Ashigh, Jamshid ...........................................................106
Askew, Shawn .......................................... 46, 48, 248, 251
Asmus, Amy .........................................................228, 230
Asolkar, Ratnakar .........................................................285
Atwater, Daniel ............................................................214
Atwood, Lesley W. .........................................................71
Avila, Luis A. ...................................................9, 109, 111
Avivi, Eitan ..........................................................135, 192
B
Baez, Ignacio ................................................................ 160
Bagavathiannan, Muthukumar V. .........................253, 254
Bailey, Rebecca R. .......................................................268
Banuelos, Gerardo ........................................................ 127
Barber, Tom ..................................................................301
Barbercheck, Mary ........................................................... 5
Barney, Jacob N. .......................................................... 214
Baron, Jerry J. .............................................................. 236
Barrentine, Jim ............................................................. 281
Barrett, Michael ............................. 51, 116, 148, 226, 293
Basinger, Nicholas T. ................................................... 234
68
Basu, Supratim .............................................................289
Bates, Gary E. .............................................................. 149
Batts, Roger ..................................................................236
Baughman, Todd A. .................................................. 14, 20
Becker, Roger ...............................................................129
Beckett, Tom H. ...........................................167, 279, 280
Beckie, Hugh J. ............................................................126
Beffa, Roland ............................................................... 176
Bell, Jared L. ................................................................290
Beres, Zachery T. ...................................................85, 256
Bernacchi, Leigh ............................................................ 74
Bernards, Mark L. ........................................ 7, 8, 169, 265
Besancon, Thierry E. .............................................. 22, 274
Bhullar, Makhan S. ......................................................188
Biazzo, Jeromy ...............................................................53
Biggs, Meghan .............................................................133
Bish, Mandy D. ............................................................133
Bizeau, Alexandre ..........................................................41
Blakeslee, Joshua .........................................................115
Blanchett, Brian H. ......................................................292
Blanco-Canqui, Humberto ............................................... 8
Blubaugh, Carmen K. ............................................ 95, 199
Boddy, Louis ................................................................285
Bond, Jason ......................................................84, 98, 105
Borges, Carolina T. ...............................................109, 111
Bosak, Elizabeth J. .......................................................174
Bosworth, Sidney C. ....................................................209
Bowe, Steven ........................................................144, 200
Boyd, Nathan ................................................................242
Bozeman, Luke ..............................................................62
Brabham, Chad ....................................................116, 293
Bradley, Kevin ..................................2, 131, 133, 173, 265
Brainard, Daniel ...........................................................195
Braverman, Michael K. ................................................ 236
Braz, Guilherme B. ...................................................... 208
Brecke, Barry J. ............................................................ 246
Brewer, John R. ................................................46, 48, 251
Brim-DeForest, Whitney B. ...................................92, 101
Brommer, Chad ....................................................143, 144
Brown, Bryan ............................................................... 209
Brown, Patrick ...............................................................86
Bruns, Dain E. .............................................................. 167
Budaka, Unal ................................................................206
Burgos, Nilda R. ..............................................1, 288, 289
Burke, Ian C. ............................................................74, 82
Burke, Tara L. .......................................................148, 293
Bushoven, John ..............................................................78
69
Butts, Thomas R. ......................................................2, 268
Byrd, Jr., John D. ..........................................................299
C
Caicedo, Ana ................................................................289
Camargo, Edinalvo R. ......................................................9
Carbonari, Caio A. .................................................72, 112
Carlson, Dale ................................................................200
Castaneda, Eswin ...........................................................67
Catchot, Angus .........................................................11, 65
Caton, Barney .............................................................. 160
Cavenaghi, Anderson L. ............................................... 112
Chahal, Parminder S. ....................................................... 8
Chao, Wun S. ...............................................................161
Chase, Carlene A. .........................................................208
Chastagner, Gary A. .......................................................38
Chaudhari, Sushila .........................................35, 234, 243
Chen, Yin ......................................................................115
Choe, Eunsoo ...............................................................262
Christenson, Andi M. .....................................................81
Cichy, Karen A. ..............................................................10
Clark, Andrea .........................................................62, 282
Clay, Sharon A. ..................................................4, 76, 265
Clermont, Kristen ........................................................... 89
Coble, Harold ...............................................................229
Coburn, Carl M. ........................................................... 120
Coburn, Grady ............................................................... 28
Cochavi, Amnon ............................................ 96, 117, 295
Collakova, Eva ...............................................................89
Collavo, Alberto ...........................................................176
Colquhoun, Jed .................................................... 240, 241
Comstock, Jack C. ........................................................ 193
Conway, Mikel ...............................................................39
Cook, Tony S. ...............................................................175
Copeland, J. Drake ............................................. 11, 23, 65
Cornelius, Cody ........................................................... 133
Crampton, Mollee ........................................................ 105
Creamer, Nancy ............................................................119
Croon, Kent ..................................................................222
Cully, Scott E. ......................................................279, 280
Cunningham, Ashley .................................................... 258
Curran, William S. ................................... 5, 197, 265, 300
Currie, Randall ............................................................. 265
Cutulle, Mathew A. ...................................................... 280
70
D
Dahl, Gregory K. .........................................................282
Dalazen, Giliardi ............................................................24
Daniel, Jim T. .........................................................61, 157
Danilova, Tatiana .......................................................... 219
Darnell, Lauren .............................................................. 39
Davidson, William P. .................................................... 175
Davis, Adam ................................................................... 79
Davis, Thomas M. ........................................................209
Davis, Vince M. ...2, 82, 131, 173, 174, 265, 268, 277, 278
Dayan, Franck E. ....................................................19, 285
De Prado, Rafael A. ............................. 123, 124, 125, 128
Debauw, Annie ...............................................................38
Deboer, Gerrit J. ...........................................................202
Debolt, Seth .......................................................... 116, 293
Dennis, Michelle ............................................................ 78
Denton, Drew ..................................................... 11, 23, 65
Derr, Jeffrey ...........................................39, 155, 247, 306
Devkota, Pratap ......................................................63, 156
Diesel, Francielli ..........................................................125
Dille, Anita ...............................................................81, 82
Dillon, Andrew .............................................................219
Dionigi, Chris P. ...........................................................158
DiTommaso, Antonio ...............................................53, 68
Dittmar, Peter J. ............................................................244
Dobbels, Anthony ................................................173, 302
Dodd, Shelley R. ..........................................................180
Dodds, Darrin M. ............................................... 11, 23, 65
Dogramaci, Munevver .................................................161
Dong, Fengxia ......................................................277, 278
Doohan, Douglas ................................32, 33, 34, 115, 294
Dotray, Peter A. ..................................12, 20, 64, 145, 265
Duan, Yushan ................................................................. 38
Duke, Stephen O. ...................................................19, 164
Dunne, Cheryl L. ......................................................... 166
E
Earnest, Larry ..........................................................1, 289
Edwards, Rick J. .......................................................32, 33
Eilers, Robert ............................................................... 216
Eizenberg, Hanan .....................88, 96, 117, 135, 192, 295
Ellis, Andrew T. ............................................................204
Emerine, Sherrie .......................................................... 160
Ephrath, Jhonathan E. ....................................96, 117, 295
Erazo-Barradas, Mauricio .............................................. 76
71
Erickson, John E. .........................................................130
Ernst, Emily E. ............................................................... 85
Ervin, David E. ............................................................ 225
Estorninos, Leopoldo ....................................................... 1
Eubank, Thomas ...........................................................105
Everman, Wesley J. ....15, 22, 82, 119, 142, 177, 273, 274
Ezell, Andrew W. ..................................................152, 153
F
Farmer, Jaime .......................................................131, 133
Felix, Joel .....................................................................104
Feng, Ching ..................................................................143
Fennimore, Steven A. ...........................................194, 239
Fernandez, Jose V. ........................................................232
Fernández-Moreno, Pablo T. ................123, 124, 125, 128
Ferrell, Jason A. ...........................................130, 134, 178
Ferry-Abee, Allison ......................................................127
Fischer, Albert J. .......................24, 92, 101, 107, 108, 288
Flanagan, Roy ................................................................39
Flenniken, Michelle .............................................104, 110
Flessner, Michael L. .....................................................249
Fletcher, Reginald S. ......................................................31
Fleuridor, Louceline .......................................................33
Flint-Garcia, Sherry .........................................................4
Foley, Michael E. .........................................................161
Forcella, Frank ...............................................................21
Foresman, John ............................................................279
Frandsen, Kyle G. ...........................................................43
Frene, Rafael .................................................................. 29
Frihauf, John ................................................................144
Frisvold, George ................................... 224, 225, 230, 231
Fritz, Vincert A. ............................................................ 129
G
Gaines, Todd A. ....................................................162, 286
Gal, Jessica ...................................................................191
Gallandt, Eric R. ....................................................60, 209
Gallon, Mateus .............................................................125
Ganie, Zahoor A. .................................................... 18, 187
Gannon, Travis .......................47, 118, 245, 250, 266, 267
Gealy, David .................................................................289
Gealy, David R. ............................................................263
Gednalske, Joe V. .........................................................282
Getsinger, Kurt D. ........................................................185
Ghosheh, Hani Z. .........................................................305
72
Giacomini, Darci A. ...............................................58, 218
Gilbert, Robert A. ........................................................ 193
Gill, Bikram S .............................................. 219, 220, 221
Gillilan, Jo A. ...............................................................282
Godar, Amar .................................................220, 221, 287
Godara, Rakesh ............................................................222
Goffnett, Amanda M. .....................................................10
Gollihue, Jarrad ............................................................ 116
Gomes, Giovanna L. ..............................................72, 112
Gooding, Jeremy ..........................................................179
Gore, Jeff ........................................................................ 11
Grabau, Larry ...............................................................305
Grey, Timothy L. ............................................73, 170, 292
Grichar, W. James ...................................................20, 265
Grier, Logan .................................................................177
Griffith, Griff ................................................................222
Grohs, R. D. ...................................................................37
Grove, Melvin ......................................................275, 276
Gruszewski, Hope .......................................................... 90
Guice, John ..................................................................200
Gumm, Dustin ................................................................51
Gylling, Steven R. ........................................................296
H
Hager, Aaron G. ...........................................................169
Hamouz, Pavel ...............................................................57
Hamouzova, Katerina .............................................57, 207
Hansen, Stephanie A. .......................................................4
Haramoto, Erin ............................................................. 195
Harden, John ................................................................ 200
Harker, Kenneth N. ...................................................... 260
Harlow, Christopher D. ..........................................94, 252
Harre, Nick T. ...............................................................169
Havens, Patrick ............................................................154
Havranek, Nikol ...........................................................232
Hayden, Thomas ...........................................................281
Haynie, Rebecca S. ......................................................180
Hazelrigg, Ann .............................................................209
Heap, Ian M. ............................................................27, 58
Heaton, Brent S. ...............................................................7
Heider, Daniel ......................................................240, 241
............................................................................................
Heilman, Mark A. ........................................................182
Hennemann, Laura J. ....................................................282
Herr, Amanda ...............................................................216
Hesterberg, Dean L. .....................................................118
73
Hill, Erin C. ..............................................................60, 69
Hillger, David E. ....................................................54, 154
Holloway, James C. ......................................................167
Holmes, Ashley A. .......................................................121
Hooker, David C. ...........................................................26
Horvath, David ......................................................... 4, 161
Hu, Shuijin ...................................................................119
Huang, Yanbo ...............................................................141
Hunt, Barrie ................................................................. 281
Hurley, Terrance ...........................................................224
I
Ilvento, Thomas W. ........................................................75
Inman, Matt D. .........................................................3, 142
Irmak, Suat ................................................................... 257
Israel, Trevor D. ....................................................149, 303
J
Jacobson, Brent ............................................................281
Jain, Rakesh .........................................................166, 280
Jasieniuk, Marie .............................................................30
Jeffries, Matthew ............................47, 245, 250, 266, 267
Jenkins, Daniel .............................................................179
Jennings, Katie .................................35, 55, 142, 234, 243
Jha, Prashant ................................................104, 110, 271
Jhala, Amit J. ........................8, 18, 91, 146, 187, 257, 272
Jia, Qidong ...................................................................163
Jia, Yulin .......................................................................263
Jiang, Linjian ................................................................ 294
Joel, Daniel .................................................................... 88
Johnson, Charles ............................................................ 39
Johnson, Dewayne ............................................................3
Johnson, Quintin R. ....................................................... 75
Johnson, William ............................63, 131, 156, 173, 174
Jones, Jonathan ............................................................ 211
Jordan, David L. ............................................... 3, 119, 142
Jugulam, Mithila ..................187, 219, 220, 221, 286, 287
Jursik, Miroslav ............................................................ 207
Jussaume, Raymond A. ................................................223
K
Kalavacharla, Venu ....................................................... 105
Kaplan, Ian ............................................................. 95, 199
Karn, Elizabeth .............................................................. 30
74
Kaur, Simerjeet ............................................................188
Kaur, Tarundeep ...........................................................188
Keeling, J. Wayne .............................................12, 64, 145
Keene, Clair L. .........................................................5, 197
Keller, Ryan ...........................................................54, 154
Kendig, Andy ...............................................................281
Kerstetter, Randall ........................................................218
Kikugawa, Hiroshi ...............................................275, 276
Kim, Gunjune ...............................................................264
Kim, HaeWon ...............................................................284
Kleifeld, Yeshaayahu ............................................135, 192
Klein, Robert ................................................................ 265
Knezevic, Stevan Z. .............................................257, 265
Knight, Alexandra M. ..................................119, 177, 274
Kniss, Andrew R. .........................................120, 171, 297
Kohl, Lisa .....................................................................160
Kohrt, Jon R. .................................................................. 87
Kolarova, Michaela ........................................................57
Konkle, Samantha N. .....................................................59
Koo, Dal-Hoe .......................................................220, 221
Koop, Anthony L. .........................................................160
Kordbacheh, Farnaz ....................................................... 68
Korres, Nicholas E. ................................................ 70, 253
Kosnarova, Pavlina .......................................................207
Kruger, Greg R. .............................................. 2, 8, 65, 187
Krull, Mike ...................................................................281
Krutz, L. Jason ............................................................. 265
Ksander, Tim ................................................................281
Kumar, Vipan ...............................................104, 110, 271
Kunkel, Daniel L. .........................................................236
L
Laffey, John ............................................................54, 154
Lambert-Beaudet, Camille ........................................... 210
Landry, Randall ........................................................ 25, 28
Langston, Vernon B. .....................................................204
Larose, Hailey ................................................................ 88
Lassiter, Bridget .............................................................55
Lassiter, Ralph ...............................................54, 154, 204
Lati, Ran N. .................................................................. 194
Latorre, Débora O. ....................................................... 112
Latreille, Phil ................................................................ 218
Lawrence, Nevin ............................................................74
Lawton-Rauh, Amy L. .......................................... 137, 288
Leary, James ................................................................. 179
Lee, Elizabeth .............................................. 191, 283, 284
75
Legleiter, Travis R. .......................................................174
Leiva Soto, Andrea S. ....................................................33
Leland, Shane ...............................................................271
Leon, Ramon G. ...................130, 134, 189, 190, 193, 246
Li, Chunyan ..............................................................42, 44
Li, Xiao ........................................................................292
Li, Zhaohu ....................................................................294
Libbey, Carl R. .............................................................233
Lim, Charlemagne A. ...................................................271
Linder, Katie J. ...............................................................32
Lindquist, John .................................16, 93, 187, 257, 272
Lingenfelter, Dwight ....................................................300
Linquist, Bruce A. ..........................................................92
Lins, Ryan D. .......................................................279, 280
Logan, Seth T. ..............................................................139
Long, Alex ....................................................................133
Lopez, Enrique ......................................................... 66, 67
Louws, Frank .........................................................35, 243
Loux, Mark M. .............................2, 59, 85, 131, 173, 302
Lovelace, Michael L. ....................................................145
Lowe, Christian T. ........................................................202
Lucio, Felipe ..................................................................29
Lukens, Lewis ..............................................191, 283, 284
M
Ma, Qinying ...................................................................45
MacDonald, Greg E. ....................................................178
Macedo, Gabrielle C. ..................................................... 72
Madsen, John D. ...........................................................185
Magidow, Lillian ....................................................62, 282
Mahnken, Brooke .........................................................179
Mahoney, Denis ...................................................118, 267
Mallory-Smith, Carol A. ................................................ 80
Mankin, Luke ...............................................................200
Mann, Richard K. .........................................................201
Manuchehri, Misha R. ................................12, 20, 64, 145
Marchesi, Bruna ............................................................. 72
Marois, James J. ...........................................................190
Maroli, Amith S. ............................................83, 165, 255
Marshall, Michael W. ...............................................13, 15
Martin, James ............................................................... 265
Martin, Linda ................................................................... 1
Martini, Alfran T. .............................................................9
Martini, Luiz F. ................................................ 9, 109, 111
Martins, Bianca A. ......................................................... 80
Martins, Roberto L. ........................................................93
76
Marx, David B. .............................................................187
Mashhadi, Hamid R. ......................................................68
Matos, Ana K. ................................................................ 72
Matthews, Joseph L. ............................................139, 169
Matzrafi, Maor .............................................................100
McCullough, Patrick ..............................................50, 150
McCurdy, James D. ........................................................49
McElroy, Scott ......................................................249, 291
McKenzie-Gopsill, Andrew G. .................................... 283
McNair, James N. .........................................................181
Menéndez Calle, Julio .................................. 123, 124, 128
Mennan, Husrev ........................................................... 206
Merchant, Rand M. .................................................. 12, 20
Merotto Junior, Aldo ......................................................24
Meszaros, Anna ..............................................................28
Miao, Chunping .............................................................96
Milbrath, Lindsey R. ......................................................53
Miller, Bec L. ...............................................................175
Miller, Brett R. .............................................................167
Miller, Donnie ..............................................................265
Miller, Leah ..................................................................160
Miller, Michael .....................................................203, 205
Miller, Timothy W. .................................................38, 233
Mills, Anthony ...............................................................23
Mirsky, Steven ..........................................................5, 197
Misra, Swayamdipta .....................................................110
Mitchell, Paul D. ..................................................277, 278
Mitchem, Wayne ............................................................ 55
Mohler, Charles ........................................................60, 68
Mohseni-Moghadam, Mohsen ................... 32, 33, 34, 106
Molin, William .................................98, 99, 113, 114, 217
Monks, David W. .................................... 35, 142, 234, 243
Morishita, Don W. ..................................................43, 104
Morris, Matthew ............................................................ 71
Morris, Scott H. ............................................................. 53
Morris, T. Shay .................................................20, 64, 145
Mueller, Thomas C. ......................................149, 265, 269
Murphy, Guillermo P. ................................................... 261
Myung, Kyung .............................................................202
N
Nagayama, Souichiro ...........................................275, 276
Nandula, Vijay K. .83, 84, 98, 99, 105, 113, 114, 255, 291
Napier, Richard M. .......................................................290
Navarro, Santiago ......................................................... 222
Nawrocki, Justin J. ...............................................182, 183
77
Neal, Joseph C. ................................................55, 94, 252
Netherland, Michael D. ................................................182
Neve, Paul ....................................................................254
Newton, Leslie .............................................................160
Nichols, Adam .............................................................247
Nichols, Robert L. ........................................................ 301
Noldin, Jose A. .....................................................109, 111
Norsworthy, Jason K. ..........2, 70, 97, 131, 168, 173, 203,
205, 253, 254, 291, 301
Nurse, Robert E. ................................. 26, 40, 77, 235, 259
O
O’Donovan, John T. .....................................................260
O’Sullivan, John .............................................................37
Odero, Dennis C. ..........................................................232
Omielan, Joe ..................................................................51
Ostrander, Elizabeth .....................................................216
Ou, Ling ...............................................................118, 245
Owen, Micheal D. ..........................................85, 227, 265
Owens, Daniel K. .........................................................285
P
Padilla, Eduardo ...........................................................127
Page, Eric R. ............................................40, 77, 235, 259
Panneton, Bernard .......................................................... 41
Paporisch, Amit ............................................................103
Parks, Max ...................................................................276
Parks, Syndell ..............................................................181
Parrish, Jason T. .....................................................85, 256
Parrish, Scott K. ..................................................... 61, 157
Parry, Sarah .................................................................. 127
Paterson, Andrew .........................................................214
Pawlak, John ................................................................140
Peachey, R E. ................................................................129
Pedroso, Rafael M. ....................................................... 108
Peleg, Zvi .....................................................................100
Peng, Yanhui ................................................................. 163
Pereira, Andy ................................................................289
Perry, Daniel H. ............................................................ 204
Peterson, Dallas ..............................81, 219, 220, 221, 287
Peterson, Dan .................................................................84
Peterson, Mark A. ...........................................................29
Peterson, Robert ............................................................. 14
Phillippo, Colin J. .................................................237, 238
Phour, Manisha ............................................................132
78
Picapietra, Gabriel ....................................................6, 122
Pigati, Ray L. ...............................................................282
Pinson, Shannon ...........................................................263
Pivetta, Andrey .................................................................9
Plakhine, Dina ................................................................ 88
Podapati, Pavan ..............................................................52
Pokhrel, Saluna ............................................................213
Polizzottoo, Matt L. .....................................................118
Pollnac, Fredric W. .......................................................147
Porter, Donald J. ...........................................................167
Powles, Stephen ...........................................................168
Pratchler, Jessica ..........................................................126
Prostko, Eric .................................................................265
Prusinska, Justyna M. .................................................. 290
Q
Qu, Feng .......................................................................294
R
Rabaey, Thomas L. .......................................................129
Rachmilevich, Shimon ...................................96, 117, 295
Rachuy, John S. ............................................................239
Radeva, Galina .............................................................281
Rajcan, Istvan ...............................................................261
Rana, Aman ....................................................39, 155, 306
Rana, Neha ................................................................... 222
Rana, Sandeep S. .................................................... 48, 251
Randall-Schadel, Betsy ................................................ 160
Ranjit, Jagat D. .............................................................213
Reberg-Horton, S. C. ................................................... 119
Recker, Ross A. .................................................... 277, 278
Reddy, Gadi .................................................................. 198
Reddy, Krishna N. ..................................................31, 141
Reeb, Bryan ................................................................. 302
Refsell, Dawn ...............................................................140
Reicks, Graig .................................................................. 76
Renner, Karen A. ......................................................60, 69
Reynolds, Daniel ......................................................11, 23
Rhodes, Jr., G. N. .................................................149, 303
Riar, Dilpreet ................................................................291
Richardson, Robert J. ........................................... 182, 183
Rimando, Agnes .............................................................19
Rios, Sonia I. ................................................................ 127
Rittmeyer, Richard ...............................................240, 241
Ritz, Christian ..............................................................206
79
Rodriguez, Roberto ...................................................... 179
Roozeboom, Kraig .........................................................81
Rosenbaum, Kristin ......................................................146
Rosinger, Chris H. ........................................................270
Rouse, Christopher E. ..................................................288
Rubin, Baruch .............................................. 100, 103, 212
Ryan, Matthew .........................................................5, 197
S
Sadeque, Ahmed ............................................................86
Salaiz, Tom .....................................................................43
Sammons, Doug .............................58, 163, 216, 218, 222
Samples, Chase A. ..............................................11, 23, 65
Samtani, Jayesh ..............................................................39
Sandell, Lowell ............................................2, 18, 93, 187
Sang, Yi ........................................................................163
Sarangi, Debalin ..................................................... 91, 257
Saski, Christopher ........................................................ 217
Satake, Yoshikazu .........................................................275
Schaedler, Carlos E. .............................................109, 111
Schleier, Jerome ...........................................................154
Schmitzer, Paul R. ........................................201, 202, 290
Schmuke, Jon ...............................................................222
Schrage, Brandon W. ..............................................15, 273
Schreiber, Fabio ...............................................................9
Schroeder, Jill .......................................................106, 228
Schulte, Lindsey A. ......................................................181
Schutte, Brian J. .....................................................36, 258
Scott, Barbara ...........................................................69, 75
Scott, Robert ........................................ 265, 289, 291, 301
Self, Andrew B. ............................................................152
Sellers, Brent A. ...........................................................178
Sexton, Frank ...............................................................269
Sezen, Uzay .................................................................. 214
Shaw, David ........................................................... 84, 226
Shirriff, Scott W. ..........................................................126
Shivrain, Vinod K. ........................................................166
Showmaker, Kurt ...........................................................84
Shrestha, Anil ................................................. 78, 127, 213
Shropshire, Christy ........................................................ 17
Sibony, Moshe ..............................................................212
Siebert, Jonathan .................................................... 54, 154
Sikkema, Peter H. .......................................17, 26, 82, 172
Silveira, Maria L. .........................................................130
Simard, Marie-Josee ...............................................41, 210
Simpson, David M. ........................................................29
80
Sindhu, S. S. .................................................................132
Singh, Samunder ..................................................132, 186
Singh, Shilpa ............................................................1, 289
Singh, Vijay ..............................................................1, 289
Sinha, Neelima .............................................................138
Skibo, Andrew Z. .................................................151, 184
Smith, Daniel H. .......................................................... 174
Smith, Kenneth L. ........................................254, 281, 301
Smith, Richard G. .......................................... 71, 147, 209
Snow, Allison A. .....................................................85, 256
Soltani, Nader .................................................. 17, 26, 172
Soni, Neeta ................................................................... 130
Soteres, John ................................................................ 226
Soukup, Josef ......................................................... 57, 207
Spandl, Eric P. .............................................................. 282
Spayd, Sara E. ..............................................................234
Sprague, Christy ............................................... 10, 87, 265
Sridevi, Betha ...............................................................287
Steckel, Lawrence E. ................................2, 131, 173, 265
Stephenson, Daniel .......................................... 25, 28, 265
Stewart, Neal ................................................................ 163
Streibig, Jens C. ........................................... 171, 206, 297
Strek, Harry .................................................................. 176
Swanton, Clarence J. ............................191, 261, 283, 284
Swisher, Marilyn E. ......................................................208
T
Tadmor, Yaakov ..............................................................88
Tao, Nengbing ..............................................................218
Tasker, Alan V. .............................................................. 159
Taylor, Zachary ............................................................177
Tehranchian, Parsa .................................................97, 291
Tenhumberg, Brigitte .....................................................16
Tharayil, Nishanth .......................................... 83, 165, 255
Thomas, Walter E. ........................................................143
Thompson, Curtis ......................................................... 287
Thompson, Gary D. ...................................................... 204
Thomson, Steven J. ........................................................31
Thum, Ryan A. .............................................................181
Tillman, Barry L. ......................................................... 189
Tonks, Dennis J. ...................................................275, 276
Tranel, Patrick ..................................................79, 86, 136
Trewatha, Pamela B. ....................................................304
Trezzi, Michelangelo M. ......................123, 124, 125, 128
Tsukamoto, Masamitsu ........................................275, 276
Turnage, Gray ............................................................... 185
81
U
Ulmasov, Tim ...............................................................218
V
Vail, Gordon D. ............................................166, 279, 280
Van Acker, R. C. ..................................................... 37, 261
VanGessel, Mark J. .........................5, 60, 69, 75, 151, 197
Vangilder, Andy M. ......................................................301
Velini, Edivaldo D. .................................................72, 112
Venner, Katelyn A. .......................................................248
Venturini, Eric ..............................................................209
Viator, Ryan P. ..............................................................204
Vincent, William J. .................................................22, 274
W
Wallace, John M. ......................................................5, 197
Waller, John C. .............................................................149
Walsh, Kimberly D. ..................................................17, 26
Walsh, Michael ............................................................168
Walton, Larry C. .......................................................... 204
Wang, Dafu ..........................................................216, 222
Ward, Sarah M. .....................................................218, 298
Warnock, Rachel L. ........................................................ 90
Warren, Nicholas .................................................147, 209
Webster, Theodore M. ............................................73, 292
Weimer, Monte R. ........................................201, 204, 290
Werle, Rodrigo .................................................16, 93, 272
Westberg, Dan ..............................................................143
Westra, Philip .........................................61, 157, 218, 286
Westwood, James .......................................88, 89, 90, 264
White, Tony D. .............................................................139
Wiecko, Greg ...............................................................198
Wilde, Susan B. ............................................................180
Williams II, Martin M. ......................................... 129, 262
Willis, Ben ...................................................................184
Willis, John ....................................................................46
Wilson, Davie .................................................................11
Wiltrout, Jake .................................................................54
Wolfe, Joseph C. ....................................................94, 252
Woolam, Brandi .......................................................25, 28
Wortman, Sam E. ................................................. 121, 196
Wright, Alice A. .........................84, 98, 99, 113, 114, 217
Wright, David L. ..........................................................190
Wright, Steve D. ...........................................................127
82
Wu, Chenxi ....................................................................79
Wuerffel, R. Joseph ......................................................102
Wulfhorst, J.D. ................................................................74
X
Xue, Guang ..............................................................42, 44
Yahyaa, Mosaab .............................................................88
Yair, Yifat .....................................................................212
Ye, Rongjian .................................................................163
Yerka, Melinda K. ........................................................272
Yerkes, Carla N. ...................................................201, 202
York, Alan C. ................................................................142
Yost, Michael ...............................................................151
Youmans, Cletus ...........................................................200
Young, Bryan G. ............................... 2, 102, 139, 169, 173
Young, Jullie M. ...................................................139, 169
Z
Zandstra, Bernard H. ............................................ 237, 238
Zhang, Zhiqi (Jody) .......................................................75
Zimmer, Marcelo .........................................................109
Zimmer, Paulo D. .................................................109, 111
Zotarelli, Lincoln .........................................................244
83
KEYWORD INDEX
Nodulation ....................................................................191
2,4-D ........................................................27, 33, 139, 148
A
Abutilon theophrasti ...............................................76, 195
ACCase resistance ........................................................254
Acetochlor ....................................................................139
Acetolactate synthase (ALS) inhibitors ....................79,80
Acetolactate synthase (ALS) resistance ................ 84, 254
Aeration ........................................................................248
Aeschynomene americana ............................................208
Agrostis stolonifera ..........................................46, 48, 248
Allelopathy ...........................................................164, 263
Amaranthus palmeri .......................25, 114, 131, 137, 166
Amaranthus powellii ....................................................195
Amaranthus retroflexus ........................................114, 131
Amaranthus rudis ...................................................79, 166
Amaranthus spinosus ...................................................114
Amaranthus tuberculatus .......................79, 114, 131, 139
Amaranthus viridus ......................................................114
Ambrosia artemisiifolia ................................................105
Antagonism ..................................................................248
Anthemis cotula ..............................................................74
Apera spica-venti ...........................................................57
Application timing .........................................................92
Application, aerial ............................................................9
Application, methods ...................................................252
Application, sequential ................................................ 252
Aquatic environment ............................151, 183, 184, 185
Aquatic weed ................................................................185
Arachis hypogaea ...........................................................20
Areas, natural .................................................53, 138, 158
Arundo donax ...............................................................211
Athletic fields .........................................................94, 252
Atrazine ..........................................................................79
Atrazine ..........................................25, 108, 129, 195, 265
B
Barley ...........................................................................260
Barnyardgrass .............................................................. 254
Bearded Sprangletop ....................................................101
Bentgrass, creeping .......................................... 46, 48, 248
Bermudagrass, turf .........................................................46
84
Bioassay .......................................................................126
Biofuels ........................................................................158
Bioherbicide ...........................................................94, 252
Biological control ...........................................94, 138, 199
Biological control agents ...............................................95
Biology, weed ...............................................................138
Biotechnology ..............................................................138
Biotic stress ..................................................................261
Bispyribac-sodium .......................................................109
Black swallowwort .........................................................53
Bluegrass, Kentucky ................................................43, 46
Brassica napus .............................................................260
Brassica oleracea .........................................................195
Broccoli ........................................................................239
Bromoxynil ..................................................................108
Butomus umbellatus .............................................184, 185
C
Cabbage ........................................................................195
Calandrinia ciliata .........................................................28
Callus .............................................................................90
Canola ..........................................................................260
Cardamine flexuosa ........................................................94
Carfentrazone-ethyl ..............................................151, 184
Chenopodium album ......................................76, 195, 199
Chlorimuron-ethyl ........................................................140
Cirsium arvense ...........................................................161
Climate ...........................................................................74
Clopyralid .....................................................................133
Clover ...................................................................133, 148
Competition ..........................................261, 262, 282,283
Conyza canadensis .................................................76, 163
Coring ............................................................................ 45
Corn ................................................................. 5, 166, 265
Corn, glyphosate-resistant ................................................ 8
Corn, sweet ........................................................... 195, 262
Cover crops ..................................................122, 133, 199
Crops, minor ................................................ 194, 195, 236
Crotalaria spp. .............................................................. 208
Cuphea viscosissima x lanceolata .................................. 21
Cuscuta pentagona .......................................138, 264, 293
Cynodon dactylon .......................................................... 46
Cyperus difformis .........................................................108
Cyperus rotundus ................................................... 73, 291
85
D
Daucus carota ..............................................................239
Detergent industry .......................................................... 21
Dicamba .....................................20, 27, 33, 139, 141, 285
Dichanthelium clandestinum ........................................251
Digitaria ischaemum ......................................................46
Digitaria sanguinalis ...................................................195
Diquat ...........................................................................185
Diuron ..........................................................................108
DNA profile ..................................................................158
DNA sequencing ..........................................................218
Dose-response ..............................................101, 170, 171
Drift, spray .......................................................20, 33, 141
E
Echinochloa colona ....................................................6, 84
Echinochloa crus-galli .................................................263
Echinochloa oryzicola ..................................................107
Echinochloa oryzoides .................................................206
Ecological Fitness ..........................................................79
Ecology, weed ....................................53, 92, 95, 195, 260
Education .....................................................................303
Emergence, weed ...............................................6, 92, 131
Euphorbia esula ...........................................................161
Evolutionary genetics ...................................................137
Exotic weed ..................................................................158
Extension ......................................................................225
F
Fairway, golf course .......................................................94
Fallow ...........................................................................175
Far Red .........................................................................191
Federal Regulations ......................................................158
FeHEDTA .....................................................................252
Fescue, fine ...................................................................251
Fescue, tall .......................................................46, 94, 252
Festuca arundinacea ........................................46, 94, 252
Festuca rubra ...............................................................251
Flumioxazin .........................................................139, 140
Fluridone ..............................................................183, 185
Fomesafen ......................................................34, 114, 133
Forest ......................................................................53, 158
Fragaria x ananassa ....................................................208
86
G
Gene expression ...........................................................191
Genetic analysis ...........................................137, 162, 262
Genetic diversity ..........................................................137
Genetically modified crops ..........................................139
Genetics ........................................................................163
Genome ........................................................................285
Genome assembly ........................................................218
Genomics .....................................................137, 161, 163
Germination ................................................................. 260
Glufosinate ...............................................30, 78, 131, 293
Glycine max .......8, 33, 133, 139, 140, 141, 170, 282, 293
Glyphosate ......................20, 30, 33, 73, 78, 79, 105, 137,
151, 161, 163, 165, 175
Glyphosate resistance ...................................106, 126, 137
Golf Course No-mow Areas .........................................251
Golf Course Rough ......................................................251
Greens, golf ....................................................................48
H
Habitat gradient .............................................................. 53
Habitats, disturbed ...............................................138, 158
Habitats, natural ...........................................................158
Habitats, semi-natural ....................................................53
Halosulfuron ..........................................................73, 291
Haustorium ...................................................................264
Herbicide carryover .............................................. 133, 239
Herbicide concentration ............................................... 170
Herbicide metabolism ..........................................108, 109
Herbicide mode of action .............................................284
Herbicide resistance ......27, 30, 57, 58, 84, 101, 105, 108,
114, 126, 137, 165, 171, 175, 225, 284, 285
Herbicide tolerance ........................................................21
Hordeum vulgare ..........................................................260
Hydrilla verticillata .....................................................183
I
Imazamox ...............................................................84, 151
Imazapic .....................................................................9, 73
Imazapyr .......................................................................151
Imazethapyr ..............................................................9, 133
Imidazolinone herbicide .................................................80
Indica rice .....................................................................263
Indigofera hirsuta ......................................................... 208
87
Integrated weed management ............... 129, 194, 195, 260
Internet ............................................................. 57, 58, 303
Invasive species .............................53, 158, 165, 185, 211
Ipomoea spp..................................................................165
Ipomoea hederacea ........................................................25
IR-4 Project ..................................................................236
Irrigation management ................................................... 43
Isoflavonoids ................................................................283
K
Kochia scoparia ...........................................................285
L
Lactofen .......................................................................114
Lamium amplexicaule ............................................94, 252
Landscapes ...................................................................252
Lemna minor ................................................................184
Leptochloa fusca spp. fascicularis ............................... 101
Lettuce ..........................................................................239
Lolium multiflorum ..................................................30, 74
Lycopersicon esculentum .............................................138
M
Management, alternative ........................................ 92, 194
MBI-005 .........................................................................94
Mechanical weed control .............................................131
Mesotrione .............................................................46, 166
Metabolic resistance .....................................................162
Metabolomics .........................................................89, 165
Methiozolin ..................................................................248
Metribuzin .................................................... 108, 133, 170
Mississippi ...........................................................105, 114
Model validation ..........................................................254
Molecular biology ........................................................285
Molecular evolution .....................................................137
mRNA ..........................................................................264
N
Natural products ...........................................................164
Neonicotinoids .............................................................283
Nicosulfuron ..................................................................25
Nitrogen assimilation .....................................................89
No-tillage .....................................................................131
88
Non-chemical weed control ...........................................43
Non-crop ........................................................53, 139, 175
Non-target ....................................................................163
Non-target site resistance .............................................162
Nutrient management .....................................................43
O
Onion ............................................................................239
Orchards .........................................................................30
Organic agriculture ..........................................................5
Orobanche cernua ..........................................................88
Orobanche cumana ........................................................88
Oryza sativa ...............9, 92, 107, 108, 109, 137, 200, 263
Oxalis stricta ..................................................................94
Oxyfluorfen ..................................................................195
P
Pale swallowwort ...........................................................53
Palmer amaranth ..........................................................165
Parasite .........................................................................293
Parasitic weed ............................................88, 89, 90, 264
Parks .......................................................................94, 252
Parks, national ..............................................................158
Pea, dry ........................................................................ 260
Peanut .............................................................................20
Pendimethalin .................................................................45
Pennisetum purpureum .................................................211
Performance ................................................................... 53
Phelipanche aegyptiaca ...........................................89, 90
Phenotypic plasticity .................................................... 261
Physiological ................................................................282
Phytotoxicity ................................................................170
Phytotoxins ...................................................................164
Pisum sativum .............................................................. 260
Plantago lanceolata .......................................................46
Plantago major ..............................................................46
Poa annua ..............................................................48, 248
Poa pratensis ............................................................43, 46
Policy ........................................................................... 158
Polygonum cuspidatum ................................................151
Polygonum sachalinense .............................................. 151
Polygonum x bohemicum ..............................................151
Population genetics ......................................................137
PPO ................................................................................ 79
Preserves, forest ............................................................. 53
89
Propanil ........................................................................108
Proteomics ....................................................................163
Pyraflufen .......................................................................78
Pyroxasulfone ......................................................133, 140
Q
Quinclorac ....................................................................107
Quizalofop ....................................................................200
R
Radioactivity ................................................................291
Radish ..........................................................................133
Rangeland ............................................................148, 161
Rates, reduced herbicide .............................................. 194
Relative cover ...............................................................122
Remote sensing ............................................................141
Resistance fitness cost ....................................................80
Resistance introgression ................................................. 80
Resistance management ............................................... 225
Resource conserving technologies ............................... 225
Rice ....................9, 92, 107, 108, 109, 137, 200, 206, 263
Right-of-way ................................................................151
Rimsulfuron ...................................................................25
Riparian areas ...............................................................151
Roadsides .....................................................................175
Rye ...............................................................................133
Ryegrass .......................................................................133
S
s-metolachlor ..................................................25, 131, 195
Saflufenacil ............................................................78, 114
Scouting ...........................................................................6
Seashore paspalum .........................................................45
Seed germination ........................................................... 88
Seed treatment ..............................................................283
Seedbank ........................................................73, 131, 254
Seedling establishment ...................................................53
Selectivity ....................................................................109
Sesamum indicum .........................................................208
Shade ..............................................................................53
Sociology .....................................................................223
Solanum lycopersicum .......................................32, 33, 34
Sonchus oleraceus ........................................................175
Sorghum .................................................................25, 282
90
Sorghum halepense ........................................................25
Sorghum vulgare ............................................................25
Soybean ......5, 33, 131, 139, 140, 141, 170, 191, 261, 293
Soybean, glufosinate-resistant .....................................170
Soybean, glyphosate-resistant ..................................8, 170
Specialty crop .................................................................21
Spinach .........................................................................239
Spinacia oleracea .........................................................239
Statistics .......................................................................296
Stellaria media .......................................................94, 252
Sulfentrazone ...............................................................239
Sweet corn .................................................................... 129
Synthetic Auxins ............................................................27
T
Taraxacum officinale ................................................43, 94
Tembotrione ...................................................................46
Thaxtomin A .................................................................. 94
Thifensulfuron-methyl ...................................................32
Thlaspi arvense .............................................................. 76
Tillage ..........................................................................131
Tillage, reduced ............................................................195
Tissue culture .................................................................90
Tomato ...............................................32, 33, 34, 138, 239
Topramezone ..................................................................46
Transcriptome ................................................................88
Transcriptomics ............................................................163
Transgenic ....................................................................293
Translocation ................................................................264
Triclopyr .......................................................................151
Trifolium repens ...............................................43, 46, 252
Trifolium spp. ...............................................................148
Triploid grass carp........................................................ 183
Triticum aestivum ...................................................28, 260
Tropical japonica rice ...................................................263
Turfgrass ............................................ 43, 46, 94, 251, 252
Turfgrass management ........................................... 94, 252
V
Vegetable crops ............................................................239
Vincetoxicum nigrum .....................................................53
Vincetoxicum rossicum ...................................................53
Vineyard .........................................................................30
91
W
Weed above ground biomass ........................................ 122
Weed biology .........................................53, 137, 210, 260
Weed competition ........................................................282
Weed control systems ...................................................251
Weed density ................................................................194
Weed management .................................94, 210, 252, 283
Weed mapping ................................................................57
Weed suppression .........................................................263
Wetlands .................................................................25, 185
Wheat .........................................................5, 28, 133, 260
Wolffia columbiana .......................................................184
Z
Zea mays ..................................8, 133, 166, 195, 262, 265
Zone-till ........................................................................195
Zoysia japonica ..............................................................46
Zoysiagrass ....................................................................46
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2013–2014
WSSA Board of Directors
President: Joe DiTomaso (2015), University of California,
Davis, Robbins Hall, Davis, CA 95616
President-Elect: Dallas Peterson (2015), Kansas State
Univ., 2014 Throckmorton Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506
Vice-President: Kevin Bradley (2015), University of
Missouri, 201 Waters Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
Past-President: James Kells (2015), Michigan State
Univ., 286 Plant and Soil Science Bldg., East Lansing, MI
48824
Secretary: Larry Steckel (2017), University of Tennessee,
605 Airways Blvd., Jackson, TN 38301
Treasurer: Ian Burke (2015), Washington State Univ.,
Dept. of Crop and Soil Sciences, Pullman, WA 99164
Director of Publications: Sarah Ward (2017), Colorado
State Univ., Ft. Collins, CO 80523
Constitution and Operating Procedures: Peter Porpiglia,
4695 MacArthur Ct., Ste. 1250, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Member-at-Large: Les Glasgow (2015), Syngenta Crop
Protection, 410 S. Swing Rd., Greensboro, NC 27409
Member-at-Large: Dan Kunkel (2016) Rutgers University,
500 College Rd. E., Princeton, NJ 08540
Member-at-Large: Andrew Kniss (2017) Univ. of
Wyoming, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, WY 82071
Director of Science Policy: Lee Van Wychen, National
and Regional Weed Science Societies, 5720 Glenmullen
Pl., Alexandria, VA 22303
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Graduate Student Representative: Kate Venner (2015)
Virginia Tech, 435 Old Glade Rd., Blacksburg, VA 24061
Aquatic Plant Management Society: Cody Gray (2016)
United Phosphorus Inc., 11417 Cranston Drive, Peyton,
CO 80831
CWSS: Hugh Beckie (2016) Agriculture and Agri-Food
Canada, 107 Science Place, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X2,
Canada
NCWSS Representative: Mark Bernards (2015) Western
Illinois University School of Agriculture, Knoblauch Hall
227, Macomb, IL 61455
NEWSS Representative: Prasanta Bhowmik (2017)
University of Massachusetts, Stockbridge Hall, Amherst,
MA 01003
SWSS Representative: Eric Palmer (2017) Syngenta
Crop Protection, 410 Swing Rd., Greensboro, NC 27409
WSWS Representative: Pat Clay (2015) Valent, 7498 N
Remington Ave., Fresno, CA 93711
Executive Secretary: Joyce Lancaster, Allen Press, Inc.,
810 East 10th Street, Lawrence, KS 66044-7050
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WSSA Founder Award
1974 - R.H. Beatty
WSSA Original Honorary Members*
1964 -A.S. Craft
K.P. Buchholtz
F.L. Timmons
C.J. Willard
1966 -R.H. Beatty
1967 -W.S. Ball
W.B. Ennis, Jr.
1968 -G.F. Warren
1969 -E.P. Sylvester
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* Society members being honored were originally referred to as Honorary
Members. Beginning in 1970 the term was changed to WSSA Fellows
and the term Honorary Member has since been reserved for honoring
contributions to weed science regardless of WSSA membership status.
WSSA Fellows*
1970 -W.C. Shaw
F.W. Slife
1971 -W.A. Harvey
L.G. Holm
D.D. Hemphill
1972 -B.E. Day
W.H. Minshall
1973 - E.K. Alban
W.R. Furtick
R. Behrens
G.C. Klingman
1974 -D.L. Klingman
R.D. Sweet
P.W. Santelmann
L.L. Danielson
1975 -D.E. Davis
J.R. Hay
E.G. Rodgers
R.P. Upchurch
1976 - A.P. Appleby
R.D. Ilnicki
D.E. Moreland
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1977 -E.L. Knake
C.G. McWhorter
H.S. Friesen
L. Southwick
1978 -O.H. Fletchall
J.L. Hilton
H.M. LeBaron
D.W. Staniforth
1979 - H.P. Alley
R.E. Frans
K.C. Hamilton
T.J. Sheets
A.F. Wiese
1980 -J.D. Bandeen
S.N. Fertig
C.L. Foy
L.S. Jordan
R.A. Peters
1981 - J.F. Ahrens
L.H. Hannah
W.F. Meggitt
R.R. Romanowski
C.R. Swanson
1982 - J. Antognini
G.H. Bayer
J.H. Dawson
C.L. Switzer
R.B. Taylorson
1983 - R.N. Andersen
W.D. Carpenter
J.E. Gallagher
D.L. Linscott
L.W. Mitich
1984 -G.A. Buchanan
W.A. Gentner
M.M. Schrieber
R.L. Zimdahl
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1985 -S.R. McLane
J.F. Miller
W.J. Saidak
E.E. Schweizer
R.J. Smith, Jr.
J.B. Weber
1986 -L.C. Burrill
R.D. Comes
R.A. Evans
R.H. Schieferstein
1987 - F.M. Ashton
J.W. Herron
G.R. Miller
M.G. Merkle
J.D. Nalewaja
W.H. Vanden Born
1988 -D.E. Bayer
G.H. Friesen
M.C. McGlamery
J.A. Meade
A.R. Putnam
J.D. Riggleman
1989 -O.C. Burnside
W.R. Mullison
E.C. Spurrier
G.R. Stephenson
L.M. Wax
A.D. Worsham
1990 -S.W. Bingham
R.W. Bovey
T.J. Monaco
E.W. Stoller
E.W. Stroube
R.E. Talbert
1991 -R.M. Devlin
T.L. Lavy
M. Newton
C.J. Scifres
B. Truelove
J.A. Young
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1992 - R.J. Aldrich
C.C. Dowler
S.O. Duke
C.G. Messersmith
A.G. Ogg, Jr.
J.V. Parochetti
1993 -R.E. Doersch
C.L. Elmore
R.E. Eplee
J.O. Evans
L.R. Oliver
D. Penner
W.V. Welker
1994 - J.R. Abernathy
J.R. Baker
J.F. Ellis
R.E. Hoagland
G. Kapusta
W.A. Skroch
1995 -E.F. Eastin
A.S. Hamill
K.K. Hatzios
H.D. Tripple
H.J. von Amsberg
H.P. Wilson
1996 -F.L. Baldwin
W.L. Barrentine
P.C. Bhowmik
J.C. Graham
F.D. Hess
A.E. Smith, Jr.
1997 -H.D. Coble
R.G. Harvey
R. Prasad
R.L. Rogers
M. Singh
W.W. Witt
1998 -J.L. Barrentine
M.D. Devine
A.G. Dexter
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C. V. Eberlein
S.D. Miller
P.S. Zorner
1999 -I. Morrison
D.S. Murray
R.F. Norris
H.D. Skipper
D.C. Thill
R.D. Wauchope
2000 -L.K. Binning
N.D. Camper
R. Charudattan
J.S. Holt
D.L. Shaner
G.A. Wicks
2001 -C.E. Beste
R.R. Hahn
A. Legere
A. Martin
R.D. Williams
G.Wills
2002 -R.E. Blackshaw
J.M. Chandler
J.D. Doll
J.C. Hall
D.R. Shaw
S.C. Weller
2003 -S. A. Dewey
R.M. Hayes
R. Nishimoto
A. Watson
T. Whitson
J. Wilcut
2004 -B.J. Brecke
J.L. Griffin
A.E. Miller
M.K. Upadhyaya
2005 -D.D. Buhler
J.E. McFarland
M.D.K. Owen
C. Swanton
99
2006 -M. Foley
J. Kells
R. Lym
A. York
2007 -K. N. Harker
R. Kremer
B. Majek
K. Vaughn
2008 -M.A. Locke
R. Wilson
C. Mallory-Smith
2009 -K. Renner
M. Barrett
A.R. Bonanno
2010 -J. Schroeder
J. Dusky
K. Reddy
2011 -J. DiTomaso
D. Mortensen
K. Al-Khatib
2012 -J. Derr
J.J. Jachetta
P. Stahlman
2013 -P. Banks
F. Forcella
J.M. Green
2014 - J.V. Anderson
T.C. Mueller
P.H. Sikkema
Honorary Members*
1974 - Hans Gysin
1975 - A. John Speziale
1976 - Keith C. Barrons
1978 - John D. Fryer
1979 - Menashe Horowitz
1980 - Virgil H. Freed
1981 - Les J. Mathews
1982 - Gideon D. Hill, Jr.
1983 - Shooichi Matsunaka
1985 - Abed R. Saghir
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1986 - Beatriz L. Mercado
1987 - Yang-han Li
1988 - Werner Koch
1989 - Tetsuotakema Tsu
1990 - Agustin Mitidieri
1991 - Okezie Akobundu
1992 - Jonathan Gressel
1993 - Hwan Seung Ryang
1994 - Peter Böger
1995 - Keith Moody
1996 - Su Shao Quan
1997 - Stephen B. Powles
1998 - Jens C. Streibig
1999 - Jost Harr
2000 - Allan Walker
2001 - Baruch Rubin
2002 - Karl Hurle
2003 - Helmut Walter
2004 - Aldo Alves
2005 - Aurora M. Baltazar
2006 - Robinson A. Pitelli
2007 - Bernal Valverde
2008 -R. Labrada Romero
2009 -H. Matsumoto
2010 -None awarded
2011 -R. Cousens
2012 -C. Baskin
J. Baskin
2013 -None awarded
2014 -P. Kudsk
WSSA Past Presidents
R.H. Beatty.......................................................1956 - 1957
W.B. Ennis, Jr...................................................1957 - 1959
A.S. Crafts........................................................1959 - 1960
K.C. Buchholtz.................................................1960 - 1962
W.C. Shaw........................................................1962 - 1964
G.F. Warren......................................................1964 - 1966
W.R. Furtick.....................................................1966 - 1967
R. Behrens........................................................1967 - 1968
B.E. Day...........................................................1968 - 1969
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G.C. Klingman.................................................1969 - 1970
L.L. Danielson.................................................1970 - 1971
D.L. Klingman.................................................1971 - 1972
R.P. Upchurch..................................................1972 - 1973
E.G. Rodgers....................................................1973 - 1974
E.L. Knake.......................................................1974 - 1975
C.R. Swanson...................................................1975 - 1976
F.W. Slife..........................................................1976 - 1977
C.L. Foy............................................................1977 - 1978
P.W. Santelmann...............................................1978 - 1979
J.R. Hay............................................................1979 - 1980
W.D. Carpenter.................................................1980 - 1981
D.E. Davis........................................................1981 - 1982
T.J. Sheets.........................................................1982 - 1983
C.G. McWhorter..............................................1983 - 1984
J.D. Nalewaja....................................................1984 - 1985
J.D. Riggleman.................................................1985 - 1986
O.C. Burnside...................................................1986 - 1987
J.H. Dawson.....................................................1987 - 1988
J.F. Ahrens........................................................1988 - 1989
H.M. LeBaron..................................................1989 - 1990
L.W. Mitich......................................................1990 - 1991
J.R. Abernathy..................................................1991 - 1992
J. Antognini......................................................1992 - 1993
H.D. Coble.......................................................1993 - 1994
A.G. Ogg, Jr.....................................................1994 - 1995
J.L. Barrentine..................................................1995 - 1996
S.O. Duke.........................................................1996 - 1997
C.G. Messersmith ............................................1997 - 1998
F.D. Hess..........................................................1998 - 1999
J.M. Chandler...................................................1999 - 2000
L.R. Oliver...................................................... 2000 - 2001
C. V. Eberlein...................................................2001 - 2002
B.A. Majek.......................................................2002 - 2003
A.S. Hamill......................................................2003 - 2004
D.C. Thill..........................................................2004 - 2005
C. Mallory-Smith.............................................2005 - 2006
D. Shaner..........................................................2006 - 2007
J. Schroeder......................................................2007 - 2008
J. Derr...............................................................2008 - 2009
D. Shaw............................................................2009 - 2010
J. Jachetta.........................................................2010 - 2011
M. Barrett.........................................................2011 - 2012
R. Lym..............................................................2012 - 2013
J. Kells..............................................................2013 - 2014
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