His primary areas of investigation include Agronomy, Biomass, Panicum virgatum, Forage and Grazing. His research integrates issues of Plantago, Nutrient and Filter strip in his study of Agronomy. His Biomass study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Runoff curve number, Poaceae and Tiller.
His studies in Panicum virgatum integrate themes in fields like Productivity, Water use and Leaf area index. His study in Forage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Perennial plant, Field experiment and Pasture. As part of one scientific family, Matt A. Sanderson deals mainly with the area of Grazing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Red Clover, and often Lolium perenne, Poa pratensis, Trifolium repens, Festuca arundinacea and Dactylis glomerata.
His main research concerns Agronomy, Forage, Grazing, Cultivar and Pasture. His Agronomy study often links to related topics such as Panicum virgatum. His work in the fields of Neutral Detergent Fiber overlaps with other areas such as Composition.
His Grazing research incorporates themes from Agroforestry, Rangeland, Livestock and Vegetation. His study looks at the relationship between Cultivar and topics such as Cichorium, which overlap with Plantago. Matt A. Sanderson focuses mostly in the field of Pasture, narrowing it down to topics relating to Canopy and, in certain cases, Bulk density.
Matt A. Sanderson spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Agroforestry, Forage, Grazing and Rangeland. Matt A. Sanderson interconnects Ecosystem, Ecosystem services, Cropping, Agriculture and Livestock in the investigation of issues within Agroforestry. Ecology covers Matt A. Sanderson research in Forage.
His research in Grazing intersects with topics in Resource, Vegetation and Environmental resource management. Within one scientific family, Matt A. Sanderson focuses on topics pertaining to Species richness under Dactylis glomerata, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Poa pratensis and Pasture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Perennial plant, Water use, Panicum virgatum and Water-use efficiency in addition to Growing season.
Matt A. Sanderson mainly focuses on Agronomy, Agroforestry, Forage, Legume and Biomass. His Agronomy research incorporates elements of Soil water and Panicum virgatum. Matt A. Sanderson has included themes like Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Ecosystem services, Invasive species and Species diversity in his Agroforestry study.
His Forage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Warm season, Habitat, Weed control, Cultural control and Soil conservation. His work deals with themes such as Weed, Red Clover, Festuca pratensis, Crop yield and Trifolium repens, which intersect with Legume. His study in the field of Bioenergy is also linked to topics like Pascopyrum.
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Biomass Yield and Biofuel Quality of Switchgrass Harvested in Fall or Spring
Paul R. Adler;Matt A. Sanderson;Akwasi A. Boateng;Paul J. Weimer.
Agronomy Journal (2006)
Biomass Production of ‘Alamo’ Switchgrass in Response to Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Row Spacing
James P. Muir;Matt A. Sanderson;William R. Ocumpaugh;Ronald M. Jones.
Agronomy Journal (2001)
Perennial Forages as Second Generation Bioenergy Crops
Matt A. Sanderson;Paul R. Adler.
International Journal of Molecular Sciences (2008)
Plant Species Diversity and Management of Temperate Forage and Grazing Land Ecosystems
M. A. Sanderson;R. H. Skinner;D. J. Barker;G. R. Edwards.
Crop Science (2004)
Harvest Management of Switchgrass for Biomass Feedstock and Forage Production
Matt A. Sanderson;James C. Read;Roderick L. Reed.
Agronomy Journal (1999)
Estimating Forage Mass with a Commercial Capacitance Meter, Rising Plate Meter, and Pasture Ruler
Matt A. Sanderson;C. Alan Rotz;Stanley W. Fultz;Edward B. Rayburn.
Agronomy Journal (2001)
Forage Mixture Productivity and Botanical Composition in Pastures Grazed by Dairy Cattle
M. A. Sanderson;K. J. Soder;L. D. Muller;K. D. Klement.
Agronomy Journal (2005)
Whole-farm perspectives of nutrient flows in grassland agriculture
C. A. Rotz;F. Taube;M. P. Russelle;J. Oenema.
Crop Science (2005)
Switchgrass cultivars and germplasm for biomass feedstock production in Texas
M.A. Sanderson;R.L. Reed;W.R. Ocumpaugh;M.A. Hussey.
Bioresource Technology (1999)
Diversification and ecosystem services for conservation agriculture: Outcomes from pastures and integrated crop-livestock systems
Matt A. Sanderson;David Archer;John Hendrickson;Scott Kronberg.
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems (2013)
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