Joshua M. McGrath
Joshua M. McGrath
Associate Professor, University of Kentucky
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Somatic hybrids between Solanum bulbocastanum and potato: a new source of resistance to late blight
JP Helgeson, JD Pohlman, S Austin, GT Haberlach, SM Wielgus, D Ronis, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96 (6-7), 738-742, 1998
2271998
Soil fertility evaluation
JT Sims
Handbook of Soil Science. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL, 113-153, 2000
1012000
Broiler Diet Modification and Litter Storage
JM McGrath, JT Sims, RO Maguire, WW Saylor, CR Angel, ...
Journal of environmental quality 34 (5), 1896, 2005
882005
Strengths and limitations of nitrogen rate recommendations for corn and opportunities for improvement
TF Morris, TS Murrell, DB Beegle, JJ Camberato, RB Ferguson, J Grove, ...
Agronomy Journal 110 (1), 1-37, 2018
772018
Manure application technology in reduced tillage and forage systems: A review
RO Maguire, PJA Kleinman, CJ Dell, DB Beegle, RC Brandt, JM McGrath, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 40 (2), 292-301, 2011
762011
Use of industrial by-products to sorb and retain phosphorus
CJ Penn, RB Bryant, MP Callahan, JM McGrath
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 42 (6), 633-644, 2011
712011
Trapping phosphorus in runoff with a phosphorus removal structure
CJ Penn, JM McGrath, E Rounds, G Fox, D Heeren
Journal of Environment Quality, 2011
662011
Forest restoration potentials of coal‐mined lands in the eastern United States
CE Zipper, JA Burger, JM McGrath, JA Rodrigue, GI Holtzman
Journal of environmental quality 40 (5), 1567-1577, 2011
652011
Phosphorus removal with by‐products in a flow‐through setting
D Stoner, C Penn, J McGrath, J Warren
Journal of environmental quality 41 (3), 654-663, 2012
592012
Surface runoff losses of phosphorus from Virginia soils amended with turkey manure using phytase and high available phosphorus corn diets
CJ Penn, GL Mullins, LW Zelazny, JG Warren, JM McGrath
Journal of environmental quality 33 (4), 1431-1439, 2004
562004
Predicting phosphorus sorption onto steel slag using a flow-through approach with application to a pilot scale system
CJ Penn, JM McGrath
Journal of Water Resource and Protection 3, 235-244, 2011
552011
Phosphorus removal structures: A management option for legacy phosphorus
C Penn, J McGrath, J Bowen, S Wilson
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 69 (2), 51A-56A, 2014
452014
Handbook of soil sciences: resource management and environmental impacts
PM Huang, Y Li, ME Sumner
CRC Press, 2011
452011
Phosphorus leaching from agricultural soils of the Delmarva Peninsula, USA
PJA Kleinman, C Church, LS Saporito, JM McGrath, MS Reiter, AL Allen, ...
Journal of environmental quality 44 (2), 524-534, 2015
352015
Effect of phytase and vitamin D metabolite (25OH-D3) in turkey diets on phosphorus solubility in manure-amended soils
RO Maguire, JT Sims, JM McGrath, CR Angel
Soil science 168 (6), 421-433, 2003
342003
The impact of alum addition on organic P transformations in poultry litter and litter‐amended soil
JG Warren, CJ Penn, JM McGrath, K Sistani
Journal of environmental quality 37 (2), 469-476, 2008
332008
Evaluation of a universal flow-through model for predicting and designing phosphorus removal structures
C Penn, J Bowen, J McGrath, R Nairn, G Fox, G Brown, S Wilson, C Gill
Chemosphere 151, 345-355, 2016
322016
Managing manure for sustainable livestock production in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
P Kleinman, KS Blunk, R Bryant, L Saporito, D Beegle, K Czymmek, ...
Journal of soil and water conservation 67 (2), 54A-61A, 2012
322012
Lake Erie, phosphorus, and microcystin: Is it really the farmer's fault?
DR Smith, RS Wilson, KW King, M Zwonitzer, JM McGrath, RD Harmel, ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 73 (1), 48-57, 2018
272018
Environmental factors structuring benthic macroinvertebrate communities of agricultural ditches in Maryland
AW Leslie, RF Smith, DE Ruppert, K Bejleri, JM Mcgrath, BA Needelman, ...
Environmental Entomology 41 (4), 802-812, 2012
242012
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