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Student and Professional Poster Submissions

Posters will be displayed from the beginning of the conference on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 7, and taken down the end of the reception. A wine and cheese reception will be held, from 5:30-7:00 p.m., on Feb. 7. Presenters are asked to stand by their posters during the reception. Poster presenters - please review the tips below

Student Posters 2023

  Poster Title Presenting Author
1 Assessing Candidates for Biocontrol Options of Grapevine Trunk Disease (GTD) Eric Antrim, Fresno State University and USDA/ARS
2 Dendrosicyos Socotranus (Cucumber Tree) Douglas Armour, California State University, Chico
3 Summer Cover Crops: Potentials as Forage and Possible Residual Impacts on Succeeding Crops Peyton Arnold, California State University, Chico
4 Determination of Nitrogen Rate and Timing on Yield of Garbanzo Beans (Cicer arietinum L.) Grown Under Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation System Diego Arriaga, California State University, Fresno
5 Investigating the Relationship of Maize Yield with Sentinel 2 Time Series Data Over Hundreds of Fields in the USA Beau Attride, University of California, Riverside
6 Short Vectorization Approach for Data Integration and Correction Jayanta Banik, University of California, Riverside
7 Evaluation of Lettuce Varieties for Tolerance to Pythium Wilt Tyler Barton, California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB)
8 Yield Potential and Economic Benefits of Common Vegetable Microgreens Abel Bernal, California State University, Chico
9 Nitrogen Dynamics Following the Implementation of Compost and Cover Crops in Central Valley Orchards Ariadne Castaneda, University of California, Merced
10 The Effects of Rhizobia Inoculants on Bean Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in California Alley Cropping Systems Yasmeen Castro Guillen, California State University, Chico
11 Nursery Citrus Growth Response to Smart Lighting Techniques Gabrielle Celaya-Finke, California State University, Fresno
12 Estimating Soil Apparent Electrical Conductivity in Orchards with Mobile Robots Dimitrios Chatziparaschis, University of California, Riverside
13 Biomass Production and Nitrogen Fixation of Cowpea and Sunn Hemp Summer Cover Crop in Northern California Maia Crummett, California State University, Chico
14 Salinity Tolerance and Forage Quality Comparison for Four Varieties of Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) Victoria B De Leon, California State University, Fresno
15 Using Drone Multispectral Imaging for Weed Discrimination: A case study from Riverside, CA Hovanness Dingilian, University of California, Riverside
16 Nitrogen Mineralization as Influenced by Temperature and Organic Fertilizer Source Shane Egerstrom, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
17 Machine Learning with Landsat Satellite Data for Crop Mapping in the Yuma Valley Region of the Lower Colorado River Basin Jordan Guillory, University of California, Riverside
18 Tomato-plant Sunlit-leaf Segmentation Using Convolutional Neural Networks: Supporting Crop Water Stress Index Measurements Jacob Hampton, California State University, Fresno
19 Above-and Below-Ground Interactions of Legume and Grass Species in Cover Crop Mixes Kimberly Holguin, California State University, Chico
20 Nodulation of Pigeon Pea, Lab Lab, and Cowpea in Response to Different Rhizobia Strains Johanna Jimenez, California State University, Chico
21 Using Gamma-ray Surveys to Predict Soil Properties in Perennial Cropping Systems Nicholas Jimenez, University of California, Riverside
22 Using ECa-directed Soil Sampling from EM38 Soil Surveys and ArcGIS post processing to Determine Temporal Changes in Soil Salinity in Forage Fields under Long Term Irrigation with Saline Drainage Water Rito Medina, California State University, Fresno
23 Utilizing Remote Sensing Technologies to Monitor and Quantify Spider Mite (Tetranychus spp.) Damage in California Almonds (Prunus dulcis) Jesus Mireles, California State University, Fresno
24 Creating a Rapid GIS Workflow to Correct On-the-go Gamma Ray Soil Spectrometry Data According to Survey Speed Maritssa Nolasco, University of California, Riverside
25 Pesticide Trial Against Citrus Mealybug Planococcus citri, Risso 2022 Georgina Reyes Solorio, Booth Ranches, California State University, Fresno
26 Applications for Black Soldier Fly Frass and Exoskeleton Powder in Agriculture William Samson, University of California, Riverside
27 Tillage, Drainage, and Residue Effects on Soybean Growth and Soil Characteristics Carlos Sanchez, University of Minnesota
28 Biomass Production and Biological Nitrogen Fixation by Fababean (Vicia faba L.) in Various Cover Crop Mixes Harmanpreet Sharma, California State University, Fresno
29 The Influence of Cover Crops on Nitrogen Dynamics during Agricultural Managed Aquifer Recharge Shulamit Shroder, University of California, Davis
30 Can Satellite Time Series Data Discern Spatial Patterns in Dry Matter Yield in 'Jose' Tall Wheatgrass Fields under High Salinity Conditions in the San Joaquin Valley of California? Mauricio Soriano, California State University, Fresno
31 Water Use Efficiency (WUE) and Drought Tolerance Traits of Fava Bean in Relation to Plant 13C Isotope Composition. Erik Spitzer, California State University, Chico
32 Evaluation of Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation and Pathogen Suppressive Microbial Inoculants for Allium White Rot Management Jasper Tao, California State University Monterey, Bay
33 Interactions of Fava Bean and Oat in Mixed Cropping Systems with and WithoutMycorrhizal Inoculation Aubrey Teckam, California State University, Chico
34 Development of an Inoculation Technique for Rapid Evaluation of Pythium Wilt of Lettuce Cassandra Tice, California State University, Monterey Bay
35 Improving Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. Vasinfectum Race 4 Detection with the Development of a New Quantitative PCR Assay Michael Urner, California State University, Fresno
36 Comparison of Two Deficit Irrigation Strategies on Physiological Traits of Fava Bean Seth Vicochea, California State University, Chico
37 Effect of Alley Cropping on Soil Moisture and Fruit Tree’s Water Potential Steven Wallin, California State University, Chico
38 Cover Cropping with Strip Tilling Reduces Herbicide use in Silage Corn Robert  Willmott, California State University, Fresno
39 Performance of Small Seeded Faba Bean Lines in Cover Crop Mixes in California Gabe Worthington, California State University, Chico

Professional Posters 2023

  Title Presenting Author
40 Potential of Fava Bean Cover Crop Varieties in Southern California Aaron Fox, Dept. of Plant Science, Cal Poly Pomona
41 Evaluation of Nitrogen Uptake and Applied Irrigation Water in Asian Vegetables: Bok Choy & Lemongrass Jessica Kanter, UC ANR Cooperative Extension, Fresno and Merced Counties
42 Is Regenerative Agriculture the Path Forward for Wine Grape Production?  Cristina Lazcano, Dept. of Land, Air and Water Resources, Unversity of California, Davis
43 Comparing Plant Essential Macronutrient Concentrations of Various Manure Sources from California Dairies Alexis Martinez, Department of Animal Science, Unversity of California, Davis
44 Groundwater Protection Targets Kenneth Miller, Central Valley Irrigated Lands Water Quality Coalitions
45 Collective Implementation of Management Practices To Achieve Groundwater Protection Targets Kenneth Miller, Central Valley Irrigated Lands Water Quality Coalitions
46 CalAgroClimate, Web-based Decision Support System for Managing Agriculture Under Weather and Climate Risks Tapan Pathak, University of California, Merced - Sierra Nevada Research Institute
47 Title: Limited Legacy Effects of Cover Crops in a Young Almond System Vivian Wauters, Dept. of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis
48 Precision Farming For San Joaquin Valley Daniel Wiens, CropView Consulting


Tips for Poster Preparation
  • You should print and bring your poster with you to registration check-in. Poster size should not exceed 36"high by 48"wide.
  • Posters will be pinned to large poster boards. Please DO NOT mount your poster on foam board.
  • Concentrate on a few main points, rather than crowding too much information into the poster.
  • Highlight your title, headings, and subheadings with colors and colored lines.
  • Format headings and subheadings to be at least 25% larger than the text copy in bold or semi bold.
  • Keep your text in short, concise, legible statements. Minimize complete sentences and paragraphs.
  • Text in upper and lower case letters is more readable than all capitals. Text should be at least 1/4-inch (0.64 cm) tall and readable from a distance of 6 feet (1.8 m)