Carolyn Lowry

Assistant Professor of Plant Science

Carolyn Lowry

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Soil Weed Control Tillage Crops Biomass Weeds Cover Crops Rye Vicia Farmers Nitrogen Intercropping Strip Tillage Nutrients Sweetcorn Vicia Villosa Vegetables Effect Reduced Tillage Cover Crop Plasticity Productivity Corn Cultivars Cultivar

Most Recent Publications

Carolyn J. Lowry, David P. Matlaga, Natalie M. West, Martin M. Williams, Adam S. Davis, 2022, Invasive Plant Science and Management on p. 115-121

Weed seed mass affects seedling establishment and resource allocation patterns across a cereal rye surface residue gradient

Teala Ficks, Carolyn J. Lowry, John M. Wallace, 2022, Weed Research on p. 49-58

Carolyn J. Lowry, Daniel C. Brainard, Virender Kumar, Richard G. Smith, Madhulika Singh, Pankaj Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Vipin Kumar, Rajiv K. Joon, Raj K. Jat, Shishpal Poonia, Ram K. Malik, Andrew McDonald, 2021, Weed Research on p. 475-485

Strip-tillage decreases soil nitrogen availability and increases the potential for N losses in a cover cropped organic system

Carolyn Lowry, G. Robertson, Daniel Brainard, 2021, Agro-Ecosystems on p. 107524

Jennifer E. Schmidt, Amisha Poret-Peterson, Carolyn J. Lowry, Amélie C.M. Gaudin, 2020, AoB PLANTS

Cover crops are not affected by tobacco soil residual herbicides but also do not provide consistent weed management benefits

Erin R. Haramoto, Carolyn J. Lowry, Robert Pearce, 2020, Weed Technology on p. 383-393

Carolyn J. Lowry, Sidney C. Bosworth, Sarah C. Goslee, Richard J. Kersbergen, Fredric W. Pollnac, R. Howard Skinner, Nicholas D. Warren, Richard G. Smith, 2020, Agro-Ecosystems on p. 106691

Organic farmer perceptions of reduced tillage: A Michigan farmer survey

Carolyn J. Lowry, Daniel C. Brainard, 2019, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems on p. 103-115

Strip intercropping of rye-vetch mixtures: Effects on weed growth and competition in strip-tilled sweet corn

Carolyn J. Lowry, Daniel C. Brainard, 2019, Weed Science on p. 114-125

Weed control through crop plant manipulations

Carolyn J. Lowry, Richard G. Smith, 2018, on p. 73-96

Most-Cited Papers

Thomas Björkman, Carolyn Lowry, Joseph W. Shail, Daniel C. Brainard, Daniel S. Anderson, John B. Masiunas, 2015, Journal of Production Agriculture on p. 1235-1249

Organic farmer perceptions of reduced tillage: A Michigan farmer survey

Carolyn J. Lowry, Daniel C. Brainard, 2019, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems on p. 103-115

Weed control through crop plant manipulations

Carolyn J. Lowry, Richard G. Smith, 2018, on p. 73-96

Strip-intercropping of rye–vetch mixtures affects biomass, carbon/ nitrogen ratio, and spatial distribution of cover crop residue

C. J. Lowry, D. C. Brainard, 2016, Journal of Production Agriculture on p. 2433-2443

Strip intercropping of rye-vetch mixtures: Effects on weed growth and competition in strip-tilled sweet corn

Carolyn J. Lowry, Daniel C. Brainard, 2019, Weed Science on p. 114-125

Carolyn J. Lowry, Sidney C. Bosworth, Sarah C. Goslee, Richard J. Kersbergen, Fredric W. Pollnac, R. Howard Skinner, Nicholas D. Warren, Richard G. Smith, 2020, Agro-Ecosystems on p. 106691

Rye–vetch spatial arrangement and tillage: Impacts on soil nitrogen and sweet corn roots

C. J. Lowry, D. C. Brainard, 2017, Journal of Production Agriculture on p. 1013-1023

Strip-tillage decreases soil nitrogen availability and increases the potential for N losses in a cover cropped organic system

Carolyn Lowry, G. Robertson, Daniel Brainard, 2021, Agro-Ecosystems on p. 107524

Jennifer E. Schmidt, Carolyn Lowry, Amelie C.M. Gaudin, 2018, Journal of Visualized Experiments

Jennifer E. Schmidt, Amisha Poret-Peterson, Carolyn J. Lowry, Amélie C.M. Gaudin, 2020, AoB PLANTS