Andrew Price Publications

(papers authored by graduate students under my direction denoted by Italics)

  1. Price, A.J., C. D. Monks, A. S. Culpepper,  L. M. Duzy, J. A. Kelton, M. W. Marshall, L. E. Steckel, L.M. Sosnoskie and R. L. Nichols.  High Residue Cover Crops Alone or with Strategic Tillage to Manage Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in Southeastern Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum).  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.  (in press).
  2. Aulakh, J.S. M., Saini, A.J. Price, W.H. Faircloth, E. van Santen, G.R. Wehtje, and J.A. Kelton.  2015.  Herbicide and Rye Cover Crop Residue Integration Affect Weed Control and Yield in Strip-Tillage Peanut.  Peanut Sci. 42:30-38.
  3. Mourtzinis, S., F. J. Arriaga, K. S. Balkcom, and A. J. Price.  2015.  Vertical distribution of corn biomass as influenced by cover crop and stover harvest. Agronomy Journal. Agron. J. 107: 232-240.
  4. Runion, G. B., S. A. Prior, A. J. Price, S. McElroy, and H. A. Torbert. 2014.  Effects of elevated CO2 on biomass and fungi associated with two ecotypes of ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.)  Frontiers in Plant Science Frontiers in Plant Science 5:1-7.
  5. Aulakh, J. S., S.F. Enloe, A.J. Price, N. J. Loewenstein, G. Wehtje, and M. Patterson. 2014.  Pushing towards Cogongrass patch eradication: The influence of herbicide treatment and application timing on Cogongrass rhizome elimination.  Invasive Plant Sci. and Management. 7:398-407.
  6. Kornecki, T.S., F. J. Arriaga, A. J. Price, and K. S. Balkcom.  Effects of recurrent rolling/crimping operations on cover crop termination, soil moisture, and soil strength for no-till organic systems.  Applied Engineering in Agriculture ASABE. Vol. 29(6): 841-850.
  7. Price, A. J., C. D. Monks, and J. A. Kelton.  2014.  Cutleaf groundcherry (Physalis angulata) density, biomass and seed production in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) following regrowth due to inadequate control.  Peanut Sci. 40:120-126.
  8. Kelton, J. A., A. J. Price, M. G. Patterson, C. D. Monks and E. van Santen.  2013.  Evaluation of tillage and herbicide integration for Amaranthus control in cotton.  Weed Technol.  27:298-304.
  9. Price, A. J. and J. K. Norsworthy.  2013.  Cover crop use for weed management in Southern reduced-tillage vegetable cropping systems.  Weed Technol. 27:212-217.
  10. Aulakh, J. S., A. J. Price, S. F. Enloe, G. Wehtje and M.G. Patterson. 2013.  Palmer amaranth management in glufosinate-resistant cotton: II. primary, secondary, and conservation tillage.  Weed Management and Herbicide Resistance Special Issue. Agronomy. 3:28-42.
  11. Aulakh, J. S., A. J. Price, S. F. Enloe, E. Van Santen, G. Wehtje and M.G. Patterson. 2012.  Palmer amaranth management in glufosinate-resistant cotton: I. tillage system, cover crops and herbicide management. Weed Management and Herbicide Resistance Special Issue.  Agronomy. 2:295-311.
  12. Shaw, D., S.A. Culpepper, M. Owen, A.J. Price and R. Wilson. 2012. Herbicide-resistant weeds threaten soil conservation gains: finding a balance for soil and farm sustainability. Issue Paper 49. CAST, Ames, Iowa.
  13. Kornecki, T. S., F. J. Arriaga, A. J. Price, K. S. Balkcom.  2012.  Effects of different residue management methods on cotton establishment and yield in a no-till system. T. ASABE. 28:787-794.
  14. Price, A. J., K. S. Balkcom, L. M. Duzy, and J. A. Kelton.  2012.  Herbicide and cover cop residue integration for Amaranth control in conservation agriculture cotton.  Weed Technol. 26:490-498.
  15. Kornecki, T. S., F. J. Arriaga and A. J. Price.  2012.  Evaluation of visual and non-visible light active sensors methods to assess termination rates of cover crops.  T. ASABE. 55:733-741.
  16. Kornecki, T.S., F.J. Arriaga and A.J. Price.  2012.  Roller type and operating speed effects on rye termination rates, soil moisture and yield of sweet corn in a no-till system.  HortScience. 47:217-223.
  17. Reberg-Horton, S.C., J.M. Grossman, T.S. Kornecki, A.D. Meijer, A.J. Price, G.T. Place and T.M. Webster.  2011.  Utilizing cover crop mulches to reduce tillage in organic systems in the Southeast.  Renewable Agric. Food Sys. 27:41-48. (online at
  18. Aulakh, J. S., A. J. Price, and K.S. Balkcom.  2011.  Weed management and cotton yield under two row spacings, conventional and conservation tillage systems utilizing conventional, glufosinate-, and glyphosate-based weed management systems.  Weed Technol.  25:542-547.
  19. Balkcom, K. S., J. Satterwhite, A. J. Price, F. J. Arriaga and E. van Santen.  2011.  Conventional and glyphosate-resistant corn yields across plant densities in single and twin row configurations.  Field Crops Res. 120:330-337.
  20. Raper, R.L., Schwab, E.B., Arriaga, F.J., Balkcom, K.S., Price, A.J., and Kornecki, T.S. 2011.  Effects of cover crop removal on a cotton-peanut rotation. T ASABE.1213-1218.
  21. Balkcom, K. S., J. Massey, J. Mosjidis, A. J. Price, and S. Enloe.  2011.  Planting date and seeding rate effects on Sunn Hemp biomass and nitrogen production available for a winter cover crop.  International Journal of Agronomy. Article ID 237510, 8p.
  22. Folgart, A., A. J. Price, E. van Santen, and G. R. Wehtje.  2011.  Organic weed control in white lupin (Lupinus albus L.).  Renewable Agric. Food Sys. 26:193-199.
  23. Price, A. J., K. S. Balkcom, S. A. Culpepper, J. A. Kelton, R. L. Nichols, H. Schomberg.  2011.  Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth: A threat to conservation agriculture. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 66:265-275.
  24. Kornecki, T. S. and A. J. Price.  2011.  Effects of different roller/crimper designs and rolling speed on rye cover crop termination and cotton yield in a no-till system.  J. Cotton Sci. 14:212:220.
  25. Kelton, J. A., A. J. Price, E. van Santen, K. S. Balkcom, F. J. Arriaga, and J. N. Shaw.  2011.  Weed seedbank density and composition in a tillage and landscape variability study.  Comm. Biometry Crop Sci. 6:21-30.
  26. Mulvaney, M.J., A.J. Price, and C.W. Wood. 2011. Cover crop residue and organic mulches provide weed control during limited-input no-till collard production. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture. 35(3):312-328.