Howe, Julie individual record
Associate Professor

The main focus of my research program is to better understand the impact of soil management practices on the fate and transformations of nutrients and carbon in the soil and water. My goal is improve nutrient cycling and carbon storage in soils through better land management that is economically viable and environmentally responsible. Understanding transformations of nutrients and carbon in an agroecosystem is an important aspect of the research goal.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles29
  • Joshi, P. P., Van Cleave, A., Held, D. W., Howe, J. A., & Auad, M. L (2020). Preparation of slow release encapsulated insecticide and fertilizer based on superabsorbent polysaccharide microbeads. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 137(39), 49177-49177.
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  • Lin, Y., Watts, D. B., Torbert, H. A., & Howe, J. A (2020). Influence of nitrogen rate on winter canola production in the southeastern United States. Agronomy Journal. 112(4), 2978-2987.
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  • Lin, Y., Watts, D. B., Torbert, H. A., Howe, J. A., & Feng, Y (2020). Integration of poultry litter and mineral nitrogen on growth and yield of winter canola. Agronomy Journal. 112(4), 2496-2505.
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  • Liu, Z., Howe, J., Wang, X., Liang, X., & Runge, T (2019). Use of Dry Dairy Manure Pellets as Nutrient Source for Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiforme) Growth in Soilless Media. Sustainability. 11(3), 811-811.
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  • Yang, R., Howe, J. A., & Golden, B. R. (2019). Calcium silicate slag reduces drought stress in rice ( Oryza sativa L.). Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science. (4), 353-361.
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Texas A&M University; Soil & Crop Science; 2474 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2474