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Department of Agronomy

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

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Doug Shoup

Shoup, Doug

Associate Professor | Agronomist

Southeast Area Extension Office
308 West 14th Road
Chanute, KS 66720
Ph: 620-431-1530
Fx: 620-431-2108
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Biography & Education

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Education

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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. Fungicide control of leaf diseases and head scab in wheat
  2. Control and documentation of herbicide-resistant Italian ryegrass in wheat
  3. Feasibility of late planted double-crop sunflower
  4. Sensitivity of alfalfa, red clover, white clover, and Korean lespedeza to pasture herbicides
  5. Managing fertilizer losses in wheat and corn in the high-rainfall environment of Southeast Kansas
  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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Publications

Junghoon Lee, Harold N. Trick, and William T. Schapaugh. Modified lipid content, enhanced seed viability, and increased freezing tolerance on transgenic soybean with attenuated Phospholipase Dα activity. In Vitro Biology Meeting, Charleston, SC, June 6-10, 2009.

Jiarui Li, Timothy C. Todd, William T. Schapaugh, and Harold N. Trick. Host-delivered RNAi: an effective strategy to silence nematode genes in transgenic hairy roots of soybean. In Vitro Biology Meeting, Charleston, SC, June 6-10, 2009.

Jiarui Li, Timothy C. Todd, William T. Schapaugh, and Harold N. Trick. Soybean cyst nematode (Heterodera glycines) resistance in Glycine max by RNA interference strategy. 2009 Kansas Soybean Expo, January 7, 2009, Topeka, KS.

Jiarui Li, Timothy C. Todd, William T. Schapaugh, and Harold N. Trick. Identification of RNA interference induced soybean cyst nematode (Heterodera glycines) resistance in Glycines max using a hairy root bioassay. World Congress on In Vitro Biology, June 14-18, 2008, Tucson, AZ.

Levi Walker, William Schapaugh and P.V.V. Prasad. 2007. Genetic variability in heat tolerance of pollen germination in soybean. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2007 International Meetings. Abstract.

Jianye Meng, William Schapaugh, John Reese and C.M. Smith. 2007. Mapping an aphid resistance gene in soybean genotype K1621. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2007 International Meetings.