Charles C. Mitchell Publications

  1. Vance, E.D., and C.C. Mitchell. 2000. Beneficial use of wood ash as an agricultural soil amendment: Case studies from the U.S. forest products industry. p. 567-582. In W.A. Dick (ed.) Land application of agricultural, industrial, and municipal by-products. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Book Ser. No. 6. Madison, WI.
  2. Mitchell, C.C., and J.A. Entry. 1998. Soil C., N and crop yields in Alabama’s long-term ‘Old Rotation’ cotton experiment. Soil & Tillage Res. 47:331-338.
  3. *Liu, F., C.C. Mitchell, J.W. Odom. D.T. Hill, and E.W. Rochester. 1998. Effects of swine lagoon effluent application on chemical properties of a loamy sand. Bioresource Tech. 63:65-73.
  4. *Liu, F., C.C. Mitchell, J.W. Odom. D.T. Hill, and E.W. Rochester. 1997. Swine lagoon effluent disposal by overland flow: Effects on forage production and uptake of nitrogen and phosphorus. Agron. J. 89:900-904.
  5. Mitchell, C.C., G. Traxler, and J.L. Novak. 1996. Measuring sustainable cotton production using total factor productivity. J. Prod. Agric. 9:289-297.
  6. *Muse, J.K., and C.C. Mitchell. 1995. Paper mill boiler ash and lime by-products as soil liming materials. Agron. J. 87:432-438.

* = contribution by graduate student

Last Updated: September 23, 2013