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Listed below are special topics, sections, symposia, and supplemental issues that have been published in AJ in recent years.

 

SPECIAL SECTIONS


2017

European Turfgrass Society Conference Special Section

     Announcement in CSA News

     Additional articles in Crop Science

 

SYMPOSIA

 

2015

Statistical ConceptsSoftware Code
OPEN ACCESS

Water Security Task Force
OPEN ACCESS

 


2014

The Solar Corridor Concept
Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers

 

 

2011

Residue Removal and Soil Quality—Findings from Long-Term Research Plots

 

 

2009

Yield Response to Water: Examination of the Role of Crop Models in Predicting Water Use Efficiency

 

 

2007

Progress in Radiation and Energy Balance Measurement Systems

Symposium: Integrated Crop–Livestock Systems for Profit and Sustainability

Dynamic Cropping Systems

Pulse Crop Ecology in North America: Impacts on Environment, Nitrogen Cycle, Soil Biology, Pulse Adaptation, and Human Nutrition

 

 

CENTENNIAL SUPPLEMENT

This supplement to Agronomy Journal is part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the journal. As you read these diverse and informative articles, reflect on the profession of agronomy. Note: A few articles were reviewed and published during 2007 because they complemented the centennial celebration of the American Society of Agronomy, which occurred during 2007.

 

LONG-TERM PLOTS

For the 2007 ASA Centennial, the Agronomy Journal Editorial Board assembled pictures from 12 of the oldest long-term experiments in the world for a celebratory calendar that was distributed to the entire membership. The calendar included location, findings, annual rainfall, elevation, and contact personnel for each. Click on the pdf file to see the information from that calendar.

Long-Term Plots 
(PDF)

 

MORE CENTENNIAL ARTICLES

2007

The Magruder Plots

William J. Beal-Pioneer Applied Botanical Scientist and Research Society Builder

Beachell and Borlaug, Two Giants of the American Society of Agronomy's First Century

 

2008

Agronomy Journal Turns One Hundred

History, Achievements, and Current Status of Genetic Resources Conservation

After 10,000 Years of Agriculture, Whither Agronomy?