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David Burner

David Burner, Ph.D.


Research Agronomist
US Department of Agriculture / Agricultural Research Service

Dale Bumpers Small Farms Research Center
6883 Highway 23
Booneville AR 72927
(479) 675-3834
David.Burner@ars.usda.gov

Related Publications

  • Brauer, D.K., D.E. Brauer, A. Ares, A.L. Thomas, D. Burner, and J. Idassi. 2010. Effects of seedling type on the establish-ment, growth, and precocity of eastern black walnuts (Juglans nigra L.) for nut production. The Open Forest Science Journal 3:1-8.
  • Burner, D., J.P. Dwyer, and L. D. Godsey. 2010. Stocking rate mediates responses of mid-rotation Loblolly pine in west-central Arkansas. 1. Growth. Agroforestry Systems 81(3):287-293. (Online - June 17, 2010). 7p.
  • Burner, D., J.P. Dwyer, and L.D. Godsey. 2010. Stocking rate mediates responses of mid-ro-tation Loblolly pine in west-central Arkansas. 2. Profitability Agroforestry Systems 81(3):279-285. (Online - June 17, 2010).
  • Burner, D.M., and Mackown, C.T. 2006. Nitrogen effects on herbage nitrogen use and nutritive value in a meadow and loblolly pine alley. Crop Science. 46:1149-1155.
  • Burner, D.M., Pote, D.H., and Ares, A. 2006. Foliar and shoot allometry of pollarded black locust, robinia pseudoacacia l.. Agroforestry Systems. 68:37-42.
  • Burner, D.M., and Mackown, C.T. 2005. Herbage nitrogen recovery in a meadow and loblolly pine alley. Crop Science. 45:1817-1825.
  • Burner, D.M., Pote, D.H., and Ares, A. 2005. Management effects on biomass and foliar nutritive value of Robinia pseudoacacia and Gleditsia triacanthos f. intermis in Arkansas, USA. Agroforestry Systems. 65:207-214.
  • Burner, D.M., and Belesky, D.P. 2004. Diurnal effects on nutritive value of alley cropped orchardgrass herbage. Crop Science. 44:1776-1780.
  • Pan, Y., Burner, D.M., Legendre, B.L., Grisham, M.P., and White, W.H. 2004. An Assessment of the Genetic Diversity Within a Collection of Saccharum spontaneum with RAPD-PCR. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution. 51:895-903.
  • Pan, Y-B., Burner, D.M., Wei, Q., Cordeiro, G.M., Legendre, B.L., and Henry, R.J. 2004. New Saccharum hybrids in S. spontaneum cytoplasm developed through a combination of conventional and molecular breeding approaches. Plant Genetic Resources: Characterization and Utilization. 2(2):131-139.
  • Burner, D.M. 2003. Influence of Alley Crop Environment on Orchardgrass and Tall Fescue Herbage. Agronomy Journal. 95:1163-1171.
  • Burner, D.M., Campbell, L., and Meier, S. 2003. The Christmas Tree Plantation - A Silvopasture Opportunity. The Temperate Agroforester. 11(3):6-7, 11.
  • Schilling, J., and Burner, D.M. 2003. A Remote-operated Rig for Christmas Tree Shearing. Resource Magazine. 10(12):9-10.

Proceedings / Symposium

  • Brauer, D.K., Horton, T.Y., and Burner, D.M. 2006. Effects of under-story management and forage species on soil moisture in a pecan alley cropping practice. Northern Nut Growers Annual Report. 95:27-37.
  • Burner, D.M. 2006. Loblolly pine-based forage production: What we're learning in Arkansas. Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference Proceedings. p. 13-19.
  • Burner, D.M., Pote, D.H., and Ares, A. 2006. Allemotry and biomass of pollarded black locust. Proceedings of the Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference, February 28-March 4, 2005, Memphis, Tennessee. p. 569.
  • Ares, A., Brauer, and D.K., Burner, D.M. 2005. Growth of southern pines at different stand configurations in silvopastoral practices. North American Agroforestry Conference. Center for Integrated Natural Resources and Agricultural Management, St. Paul, Minnesota. 2005 CDROM.
  • Burner, D.M., Pote, D.H., and Ares, A. 2005. Potential of Gleditsia triacanthos f. inermis and Robinia pseudoacacia for livestock browse: biomass and foliar nutritive value. In: Multipurpose Trees in the Tropics: Management & Improvement Strategies. Arid Forest Research Institute, Jodhpur, India. Proceedings. pp. 399-406.
  • Tew, T.L., Burner, D.M., Legendre, B.L., White, W.H., Grisham, M.P., Dufrene Jr, E.O., Garrison, D.D., Veremis, J.C., Pan, Y.-B., and Richard Jr, E.P. 2005. Registration of "Ho 95-988" Sugarcane. Crop Science. 45:1660.
  • Belesky, D.P., and Burner, D.M. 2004. Germination and seedling development of a tall fescue cultivar in response to native and novel endophyte. Proc. 5th International Symposium on Neotyphodium/Grass Interactions. R. Kallenbach, et al., (eds). III-305: Fayetteville, AR.
  • Belesky, D.P., Burner, D.M., and Ruckle, J.M. 2004. Herbage mass and allocation of a tall fescue cultivar as a function of native or non-toxic endophyte. American Forage and Grassland Conference Proceedings. v. 13 p. 388-392.
  • Burner, D.M., and Burke, J.M. 2003. Agronomic and Grazing Potential of Tridens flavus and Tridens tridens strictus. IN: American Forage and Grassland Council Proceedings. 12:353-357.

Abstracts

  • Burson, B.L., Burner, D.M., Jessup, R.W., and Renganayaki, K. 2006. Genetic diversity of bahiagrass germplasm collected in northern Arkansas [abstract]. Southern Branch American Society of Agronomy. p. 19.
  • Burner, D.M., and Mackown, C.T. 2005. Herbage nitrogen recovery in a meadow and loblolly pine alley [abstract]. Agronomy Society of America, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Meeting. Paper No. 2060.
  • Brauer, D.K., Burner, and D.M., Looper, M.L. 2004. Effects of tree configuration on the understory productivity of a loblolly pine-forage agroforestry practice. American Forage and Grassland Conference Proceedings. 13:412-416.
  • Burner, D.M., and Belesky, D.P. 2004. Diurnal Effects on Nutritive Value of Alley Cropped Oorchardgrass Herbage. World Agroforestry Congress. Available: http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/wca/abstracts/BurnerD2.doc.
  • Burner, D.M., Pote, D.H., and Ares, A. 2004. Potential of Gleditsia triacanthos f. inermis and Robinia pseudoacacia for livestock browse: foliar nutritive quality and biomass estimation. Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference - 2005: Moving Agroforestry into the Mainstream, Jodhpur India. International Conference: Multipurpose Trees in the Tropics CD. Session 4. p. 3.
  • Pan, Y., Burner, D.M., Wei, Q., Cordeiro, G.M., Legendre, B.L., and Henry, R.J. 2004. New saccharum hybrids in s. spontaneum cytoplasm selected with RAPD and microsatellite markers [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Abstracts. P235:130.
  • Burner, D.M. 2003. Differential Performance of Two Shade Tolerant Grasses in Pine Alleys. Association for Temperate Agroforestry Meeting. Available: http://www.missouri.edu/~afta/8thNAAC/poster_abstracts.htm.
  • Burner, D.M. 2003. Influence of Alley Crop Environment on Orchardgrass and Tall Fescue Herbage. World Agroforestry Congress. 95:1163-1171.
  • Burner, D.M., and Ares, A. 2003. Ice Damage in a Chronosequence of Agroforestry Pine Plantations in Arkansas. 12th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference.
  • Burner, D.M., and Ares, A. 2003. Ice Damage in Agroforestry Pine Plantations in Arkansas, USA: A Case Study of Three Chronosequences. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. V. 17(3). P. 21-36.
  • Burner, D.M., and Aiken, G.E. 2001. Digestibility and Fiber Relationships for Diverse Forage Grasses. Abstract of Agronomy Meetings. Abstr. Number C06-BURNER160857-0.
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