Student semester research projects – AGRN 410 Soil Fertility. These projects were accomplished either conducted at the farm or used materials generated at the farm.
- Relation between vitamin C, nitrate and phosphorus content in lettuce cultivars.
- The effect of pH level and soil phosphorus level on buckwheat’s ability to mine phosphorus from low phosphorus soils
- Elemental concentration of bell pepper in relation to high and low input plots.
- Determining impact of manure application on the bulk density of soils in an orchardgrass rotation
- Effects of a seep on soil across from the WVU Organic Farm
- The effects of soil fertility on plant yield
- Analysis between high/low nutrient input levels and animal grazing applications within a crop rotation
- Management effects on nutrient concentrations in three green bean varieties
- The effect of soil fertility on nutrient levels in smartweed, redroot pigweed and foxtail
- The relationship between Mehlich 1 and Mehlich 3 soil test phosphorus results as a function of composted dairy manure application
- Differences in nutrient concentrations between rhizosphere and bulk soil in corn field at two fertility levels
- Pepper mineral composition as affected by variety and management practices
- Absorption of nutrients Ca, Mg, P and K by different weed species in an organic farming system
- Grazing management and forage type influences on soil magnesium, potassium and phosphorus
- Effects of compost and green manure on P and K nutrient concentrations in the fruit of three varieties of tomato
- Effects of high and low fertility on the proliferance of Alternaria solani in organic tomato plots
- Crista Crawford
- Jake Goldner
- Emily Romano
- Rebecca Uphold
- Robert Voshell