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Department of Agronomy

Department of Agronomy
Kansas State University
2004 Throckmorton PSC
1712 Claflin Road
Manhattan, KS 66506-0110

Ph: +1-785-532-6101
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Dr. Doug Shoup

Shoup, Doug

Associate Professor

Agronomist
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Southeast Research & Extension Center
25092 Ness Road
P.O. Box 316
Parsons, KS 67357

Ph: +1-620-820-6124
Fx: +1-620-421-0136

Publications

  • Varanasi, V.K., Godar, A.S, Peterson, D.E., Shoup, D.E., and Jugulam, M. 2016. A Target-Site Point Mutation in Henbit (Lamium amplexicaule) Confers High-Level Resistance to ALS-Inhibitors. Weed Sci. 64:231-239.
  • Shoup, D. E. and E. A. Adee. 2014. Evaluation of Wheat Planted on 15-Inch Row Spacing in Eastern Kansas. Crop Mgnt. Volume 13, Number 1.
  • Mueller, N. D., D. A Ruiz Diaz, A. J. Dille, D. E. Shoup, D. B. Mengel, and L. W. Murray. 2013. Winter Annual Weed Management and Nitrogen Rate Effects on Corn Yield. Agron. J. 105:1077–1086.
  • Abit, M. J. M., K. Al-Khatib, Olson, B. L., Stahlman, P. W., Geier, P. W., Thompson, C. R, Currie, R. S., Schlegel, A. J., Holman, J. D., Hudson, K. A., Shoup, D. E. Moechnig, M. J., Grichar, W. J., and Bean, B. W. 2011i. Efficacy of Postemergence Herbicides Tankmixes in Aryloxyphenoxypropionate-Resistant Grain Sorghum. J. of Crop Prot. 30:1623-1628.
  • Moyer, J., Dhuyvetter, K., and Shoup, D. 2009. Comparison of Returns from Legumes in Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue for Hay. Forage and Grazinglands in Plant Mang. Net. Issue #93.
  • Shoup, D. E., K. Al-Khatib, and P. A. Kulakow. 2008. Inheritance of resistance of common waterhemp (Amaranthus rudis) to protoporphyrinogen oxidase-inhibiting herbicides. Kansas Academy of Science Transactions. 111:283-291.

Research

Crop Production & Range Management

Southeast Kansas is a highly diverse area. Much of the cultivated acreage is dominated by soybeans, corn, grain sorghum, and wheat. There is also a large amount of pasture and rangeland throughout the area. Southeast Kansas experiences the highest rainfall of the state. However, a large number of acres have limited water-holding capacity due to the shallow depth of topsoil. Therefore, producers have to manage both saturated and drought conditions, often in the same growing season.

The focus of applied research efforts aims to assist growers with problems relating to crop production and range management.

Research Projects
  1. Control and documentation of herbicide-resistant Italian ryegrass in wheat
  2. Feasibility of late planted double-crop sunflower
  3. Fungicide control of leaf diseases and head scab in wheat
  4. Managing fertilizer losses in wheat and corn in the high-rainfall environment of Southeast Kansas
  5. Sensitivity of alfalfa, red clover, white clover, and Korean lespedeza to pasture herbicides
  6. Weed and brush control on pasture and rangeland including sericea lespedeza, locust, and blackberry
  7. Weed control in corn, soybeans, sorghum, and wheat
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