Bibliography and Abstracts

BIBLIOGRAPHY

The following publications are those that could be identified as including data from the Old Rotation. They are list alphabetically by senior author.

Bailey, R.Y., J.T. Williamson, and J.F. Duggar. 1930. Experiments with legumes in Alabama. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 232.

Cope, J.T., Jr. 1961. Fertilizing cotton-corn rotations. Highlights of Agric. Res. 8(1): 11. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta.

Davis, F.L. 1949. The Old Rotation at Auburn, Alabama. Reprint DD-8-49. Better Crops with Plant Food. Am. Potash Inst., Inc. Washington, DC.

Entry, J.A. C.C. Mitchell, and C.B. Backman. 1996. Influence of management practices on soil organic matter, microbial biomass and cotton yield in Alabama’s “Old Rotation”. Biol. Fertil. Soils 23:353-358.

Evans, E.M., and D.G. Sturkie. 1974. Winter legumes can help supply nitrogen needs. Highlights of Agr. Res. 21(3):3. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta.

Donnelly, E.D., 1976. The role of vetches in forage and cropping systems. Proc. Miss. Sec. Am. Soc. Agron. Jan. 15, 1976. pp. 69-70. Mississippi State Univ., Starkville, MS.

Duggar, J.F. 1898. Experiments with cotton. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 89.

____________________. 1899. Experiments with cotton. 1898. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 101.

____________________. 1899. Results of experiments on cotton in Alabama. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 107.

____________________. 1899. Winter pasturage, hay and fertility afforded by hairy vetch. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 105.

____________________. 1900. Corn culture. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 111.

____________________. 1902. Cowpea culture. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 118.

____________________. 1902. The cowpea and the velvetbean as fertilizers. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 120.

____________________. 1905. Corn Culture. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 134.

____________________. 1906. Experiments with oats. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Byul. 137.

Duggar. J.F., and E.F. Cauthen. 1913. Oats: Experiments on culture, varieties, and fertilization. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 173.

Ensminger, L.E. 1969. History of Agronomy and Soils at Auburn University. Highlights of Agr. Res. 16(3). Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta.

Funchess. M.J. 1923. Legumes in relation to soil fertility. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. 48.

____________________. 1936. Hairy vetch and austrian winter peas for soil improvement–a progress report. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. 74.

Kerr, Norwood. 1983. Development of the Alabama Agricutlural Experiment Station during its first 100 years 1883-1983. Highlights of Agr. Res. 30(1):4-9. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta.

Kessler, K. 1993. Long-term research answers questions about sustainability. The Furrow Magazine. Special Conservation Issue. Jan., 1993. pp. 30-31. John Deere, Moline, IL.

Mitchell, C.C., Jr. 1988. New information from Old Rotation. Highlights of Agr. Res. 35(4):3. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta.

Mitchell, C.C., R.L. Westerman, J.R. Brown, and T.R. Peck. 1991. Overview of long-term agronomic research. Agron. J. 83:24-29.

Mitchell, C.C. 1992. Long-term soil fertility studies–what they tell us. Proc. 1992 Sou. Soil Fert. Conf. p. 2-10. The S.R. Noble Foundation, Inc., Ardmore, OK.

Mitchell, C., G. Traxler, and J. Novak. 1994. Old Rotation documents sustainable cotton production. Highlights of Agr. Res. 41(4). Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta.

Mitchell, C.C., G.J. Traxler, and J.L. Novak. 1994. Alabama’s Old Rotation documents sustainable cotton production. Proc. Sou. Soil Fert. Conf. p. 60-61. The S.R. Noble Foundation, Inc., Ardmore, OK.

Mitchell, C.C., F.J. Arriaga, J.A. Entry, J.L. Novak, W.R. Goodman, D.W. Reeves, M.W. Runge, and G.J. Traxler. 1996. The Old Rotation: 1896-1996, 100 years of sustainable cropping research. Ala. Agric. Exp. Stn. special publication. Auburn, AL.

Mitchell, C.C. 1996. The development of cotton from the Old World to Alabama. Ala. Agric. Exp. Stn. special publication. Auburn, AL.

Mitchell, C.C. 1996. The Old Rotation – 1995. Agronomy & Soils Progress Rep. no. 128. Ala. Agric. Exp. Stn., Auburn, AL.

Mitchell, C.C., G. Traxler, and J.L. Novak. 1996. Measuring sustainable cotton production using total factor productivity. J. Prod. Agric. 9:289-297.

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.

Mitchell, C.C., D.P. Delaney, and K.S. Balkcom. 2008. A historical summary of Alabama’s Old Rotation (circa 1896): The world’s oldest, continuous cotton experiment. Agron. J. 100:1493-1498.

Novak, J.L., C.C. Mitchell, Jr., and J.B. Crews. 1990. Economic risk and the 92-year “Old Rotation”: Implications for a 250-acre farm. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. 300.

Novak, C.C. Mitchell, Jr.,, and J.R. Crews. 1989. AAES “Old Rotation” results identify least risky rotations. Highlights of Agr. Res. 36(4):14. Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta.

Novak, J., G. Traxler, M. Runge, and C. Mitchell. 1993. Factor productivity indexes of sustainable cotton rotations under alternative nitrogen fertilizer treatments, 1896-1992. Proc. Am. Agric. Econ. Assn., Aug. 1-4, Orlando, FL.

Novak, J.L., G. Traxler, M. Runge, and C. Mitchell, Jr. 1995. The effect of mechanical harvesting technology on southern Piedmont cotton production, 1896-1991. Agr. History 69(2):349-366.

Novak, J., C. Mitchell, Jr., and G. Traxler. 1995. Total factor productivity of continuous cotton production in Central Alabama. Proc. 1995 Beltwide Cotton Conf. San Antonio, TX. pp 376-379.

Siri-Prieto, G., D.W. Reeves, J.N. Shaw and C.C. Mitchell. 2006. World’s oldest cotton experiment: relationships between soil chemical and physical properties and apparent electrical conductivity. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 37:767-786.

Stevenson, G. 1989. 90 years of legumes and cotton. Progressive Farmer Magazine. June 1989.

Traxler, G., J. Novak, C.C. Mitchell, Jr., and M. Runge. 1995. Long-term cotton productivity under organic, chemical, and no nitrogen fertilizer treatments, 1896-1992. pp. 41-61. In V. Barnett, R. Payne and R. Steiner (editors), Agricultural sustainability: Economic, environmental and statistical considerations. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

ABSTRACTS

Chapman, L.J., and C.C. Mitchell. 1989. America’s oldest cotton study–Alabama’s “Old Rotation”. Agron. Abstr. p. 235.

Entry, J.A., C.C. Mitchell, and C.W. Wood. 1995. Influence of long-term management on carbon and nutrient cycling in Alabama’s Old Rotation cotton experiment. Agron. Abst. p. 22.

Hubbs, M.D., D.W. Reeves, and C.C. Mitchell. 1998. Measuring soil quality on the ‘Old Rotaton’. Agron. Abst. p. 278.

McConnell, J.S., R.M. McConnell, C.C. Mitchell, and D.W. Miller. 1990. Characterization of humic and fulvic acid fractions of soils in continuous cotton and cotton rotations. Agron. Abstr. p. 234.

Mitchell, C.C., Jr. 1988. Long-term production systems research in Alabama. Abst. of MEY Production Systems Conference. Sept. 7-9, 1988. Tifton, GA.

Mitchell, C.C., R.L. Westerman, J.R. Brown, and T.R. peck. 1989. Overview of long-term agronomic research. Agron. Abstr. p. 247.

Mitchell, C.C., J.L. Novak, and G.J. Traxler. 1995. Resource effects from 100 years of continuous cotton production in the South. Abstract of Environmental Enhancement Through Agriculture Symposium. Nov. 16-17. Tufts University, Boston, MA

Mitchell, C.C. 1996. Alabama’s “Old Rotation” – 100 years of cropping systems research. Agron. Abst. p. 21. Amer. Soc. Agron., Madison, WI.

Mitchell, C.C., D. P. Delaney, and K.S. Balkcom. 2007 Alabama’s Old Rotation: The World’s Oldest, Continuous Cotton Experiment. Agron. Abst. No. 163-18. Amer. Soc. Agron. Madison, WI

Mitchell, C.C., G.J. Traxler, J.L. Novak, and M.W. Runge. 1993. Measuring sustainable cotton production using total factor productivity. Agron. Abst. p. 76.

Novak, J., G. Traxler, M. Runge, and C. Mitchell. 1993. Factor productivity indexes of sustainable cotton rotations under alternative fertilizer treatments, 1896-1990. Selected paper, Amer. Agric. Econ. Assn. annual meeting, Orlando, FL. AJAE 75:5.

Novak, J., G. Traxler, and C. Mitchell. 1995. Indexes of sustainability. p. 36. In S. McCann (ed.) Agricultural Indicators. World Resources Institute.

Prieto, G.C. Siri, D.W. Reeves, J.N. Shaw, and C.C. Mitchell. 2002. Relating electrical conductivity mapping to soil propoerties from the world’s oldest cotton experiment. Agron. Abst. S06-siriprieto161143-poster. Amer. Soc. Agron., Madison, WI.