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Allen, V. G., C. P. Brown, E. Segarra, C. J. Green, T. A. Wheeler, V. Acosta-Martinez, and T. M. Zobeck. “In Search of Sustainable Agricultural Systems for the Llano Estacado of the U. S. Southern High Plains.” Agricultural Ecosystems and Environment, 2006 (in press).

Allen, V. G., P. Brown, R. Kellison, E. Segarra, T. Wheeler, P. A. Dotray, J. C. Conkwright, C. J. Green, and V. Acosta-Martinez. “Integrating Cotton and Beef Production to Reduce Water Withdrawal from the Ogallala Aquifer in the Southern High Plains Region.” Agronomy Journal, 97(2, 2005): 556-576.

Basinger, A.R. and E.W. Hellman. 2006. Evaluation of regulated deficit irrigation on grape in Texas and implications for acclimation and cold hardiness. International Journal of Fruit Science 6(2):3-22.

Bordovsky, J. P., W. M. Lyle, and E. Segarra. “Economic Evaluation of Texas High Plains Cotton Irrigated by LEPA and Subsurface Drip.” Texas Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 13 (2000):67-73.

Bronson, K.F., J. D. Booker, J.P. Bordovsky, J. W. Keeling, T.A. Wheeler, R.K. Boman, M.N. Parajulee, E. Segarra, and R.L. Nichols. 2006. Site-specific irrigation and nitrogen management for cotton production in the Southern High Plains. Agron. J. 98:212-219.

Harman, W. L., S. J. Maas, R. E. McDonald, N. Musunuru, and E. Segarra. “Economic Impacts of Seasonal Weather Information in Dryland Grain Sorghum Production.” Southwestern Journal of Economics, 7(1, 2005); 78-95.

Hill, K. E. Segarra, R.T. Ervin, and W.M. Lyle. “Low Energy Precision Application Irrigation for Cotton Production in the Texas Southern High Plains.” Texas Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources 4 (1990): 39-41.

Hutton, J.D., E. Segarra, T.R. Ervin, and J.W. Graves. “Economic Feasibility of Conversion to a Lower Energy Precision Application Irrigation System in the Texas High Plains.” Texas Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources 3(1989):11-14.

Keeling, J.W., E. Segarra, and J.R. Abernathy. “Evaluation of Conservation Tillage Cropping Systems for Cotton on the Texas Southern High Plains.” Journal of Production Agriculture, 2(1989): 269-273.

Ko, J., S. J. Maas, S. Mauget, G. Piccinni, and D. Wanjura. 2006. Modeling water-stressed cotton growth using within-season remote sensing data. Agron. J., 98(6):1600-1609.

Lazarovitch, N., U. Shani, T.L. Thompson, and A.W. Warrick. 2006. Soil hydraulic properties affecting discharge uniformity of subsurface drip irrigation. J. Irrig. Drain. Eng. 132:531-536

Li, H., R.J. Lascano, E.M. Barnes, J. Bookers, L. T. Wilson, K.F. Bronson, and E. Segarra. “Multispectral Reflectance of Cotton Related to Plant Growth, Soil Water and Texture, and Site Elevation.” Agronomy Journal 93(2001):1327-1337.

Li, J., R.J. Lascano, J. Booker, Jr., L. T. Wilson, and E. Segarra. “State-Space Description of Field Heterogeneity: Water and Nitrogen Use in Cotton.” Soil Science Society of America Journal 66 (2002):585-595.

Machado, S., E.D. Bynum, Jr., T.L. Archer, R.J. Lascano, L.T. Wilson, J. Bordovsky, E. Segarra, K. Bronson, D.M. Smith, and W. Xu. “Spatial and Temporal Variability of Corn Grain Yield: Site-Specific Relationships of Biotic and Abiotic Factors.” Precision Agriculture, 2(2000): 359-376

Machado, S., E.D. Bynum, Jr., T.L. Archer, R.J. Lascano, L.T. Wilson, J. Bordovsky, E. Segarra, K. Bronson, D.M. Smith, and W. Xu. “Spatial and Temporal Variability of Corn Growth and Grain Yield: Implications for Site Specific Farming.” Crop Sciences, 42(2002): 1564-1576.

Machado, S., E.D. Bynum, Jr., T.L. Archer, R.J. Lascano, L.T. Wilson, J. Bordovsky, E. Segarra, K. Bronson, D.M. Smith, and W. Xu. “Spatial and Temporal Variability of Sorghum Grain Yield: Influence of Soil, Water, Pests, and Diseases Relationships.” Precision Agriculture 3(2002): 389-406.

Montague, T. and R. Kjelgren. 2006. Use of thermal dissipation probes to estimate water loss of containerized landscape tree. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 24:95-104.

Montague, T., R. Kjelgren, R. Allen, and D. B. Wester. 2004. “Water Loss Estimates for Five Recently Transplanted Landscape Tree Species in a Semiarid Climate”. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 22(4):189-196.

Musick, J.T., F.B. Pringle, and P.N. Johnson. “Furrow Compaction for Controlling Excessive Irrigation Water Intake.” Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 28(1985):502-506.

Philipp, D., C. P. Brown, V. G. Allen, and D. B. Wester. 2006. Influence of irrigation on mineral concentrations in three old world bluestem species. Crop Science. 46:2033-2040.

Roundy, B. A., V. K. Winkel, J. R. Cox, A. K. Dobrenz, and H. Towolde. 1993. “Sowing Depth and Soil Water Effects on Seedling Emergence and Root Morphology of Three Warm-Season Grasses”. Agronomics Journal 85:925-982.

Segarra, E. D.E. Ethridge, C. R. Deussen, and A. B. Onken, “Nitrogen Carryover Impacts for Irrigated Cotton Production in the Southern High Plains of Texas.” Western Journal of Agricultural Economics, 14 (Dec. 1989): 300-309.

Segarra, E., J.W. Keeling, and J.R. Abernathy. “Tillage And Cropping System Effect on Cotton Yield and Profitability in the Texas Southern High Plains.” Journal of Production Agriculture, 4(1991): 566-571.

Yu, M., E. Segarra, R. Lascano, and J. Booker. “Economic Impacts of Precision Farming in Irrigated Cotton Production.” Texas Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources 16(2003): 1-14.

Yu, M., F. Ewell, E. Segarra, R. Lascano, J. Booker, and X. Yu. “Economic Impacts of Precision Farming in Corn Production.” Southwestern Journal of Economics, 2006 (in press).