|Red River Research Station|
|262 Research Station Drive
Bossier City, LA 71112
a. Selective List of Refereed Journal Publications
Dattamudi, S., J.J. Wang, S. Dodla, R.D. DeLaune, A. Hiscox, and C. Jeong. 2020. Mass concentration and size distribution of particles released from harvesting and biomass burning of sugarcane. Agriculture & Environment. In press.
Adusumilli, N., H. Wang, S. Dodla, and M. Deliberto. 2019. Estimating risk premiums for adopting no-till and cover crops management practices in soybean production system using stochastic efficiency approach. Agricultural Systems. In Press.
Gaston, J. Beasley, M. Blazier, S. Dodla, W. Felicien, and J. Kiniry. 2019. Misanthus production on a coastal plain soil: nitrogen fertilization and poultry litter. Soil Science. 184: 69 - 77.
Acharya, B.S. §, S. Dodla, L. Gaston, M. Darapuneni, J. Wang, S. Sepat and H. Bohara. 2019. Winter cover crops effect on soil moisture and soybean growth and yield under different tillage systems. Soil & Tillage Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.still.2019.104430.
Dattamudi, S., J.J. Wang, S. Dodla, H.P. Viator, R.D. DeLaune, A. Hiscox, and C. Jeong. 2019. Greenhouse gas emissions as influenced by nitrogen fertilization and residue management from sugarcane production. Agrosystems, GeoSciences & Environment. doi:10.2134/age2019.03.0014.
Darapuneni, M., L. Lauriault, S. Dodla, J. Idowu, K. Grover, G. Martinez, K. Djaman, and S. Angadi. 2019. Temporal variations in plant and soil characteristics following a single strip-till manure application. Soil & Tillage Research. 194. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.still.2019.104350.
Gaston, L.A., M. Blazier, J. Beasley, S. Dodla, W. Felicien, and T. Clason. 2019. Silvopasture switchgrass fertilized with poultry litter: Nutrient removal, soil fertility and runoff water quality. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 50: 948 – 958.
Bohara, H.§, S. Dodla, J.J. Wang, M. Darapuneni, M. Selim, K. Pavuluri, and B.S. Acharya. 2019. Influence of poultry litter and biochar on soil water dynamics and nutrient leaching from a very fine sandy loam soil. Soil and Tillage Research 189: 44 – 51.
Darapuneni, M., O.J. Idowu, L.M. Lauriault, S. Dodla, K. Pavuluri, S. Ale, K. Grover, and S.V. Angadi. 2019. Tillage and nitrogen rate effects on corn production and residual soil characteristics. Agronomy Journal 111: 1524 – 1532.
Xiao, R., J.J. Wang, L.A. Gaston, B. Zhou, J.H. Park, R. Li, S. Dodla, and Z. Zhang. 2018. Biochar produced from mineral salt-impregnated chicken manure: Fertility properties and potential for carbon sequestration. Waste Management 78: 802 – 810
Bohara, H.§, S. Dodla*, J.J. Wang, M. Darapuneni, M. Kongchum, D. Fromme, and D. Harrell. 2018. Impacts of N-stabilizers and biochar on nitrogen losses, nitrogen phytoavailability, and cotton yield in poultry litter-fertilized soils. Agronomy Journal 110: 2016 – 2024.
Moore, L.M.§§, M.A. Blazier, S. Dodla, J. Wang, and H.O. Liechty. 2018. Greenhouse gas flux and microbial dynamics in switch grass (Panicum virgatum) and eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides) on retired agricultural lands in the lower Mississippi alluvial valley. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 49: 1455 – 1473.
Darapuneni, M., G. Morgan, B. McKay, S. Dodla, and L. Lauriault. 2017. Selecting cool-season forage grasses for their yield, seasonal yield distribution, and nutritive value in the blacklands and rolling plains ecoregions of Texas. Crop, Forage and Turfgrass Management 3: doi:10.2134/cftm2017.04.0031
Dattamudi, S., J.J. Wang, S.K. Dodla, A. Arceneaux, and H.P. Viator. 2016. Effect of nitrogen fertilization and residue management practices on ammonia emissions from subtropical sugarcane production. Atmospheric Environment 139: 122 – 130.
Darapuneni, M., G.D. Morgan, O.J. Shaffer, and S. Dodla. 2016. Impact of planting date and seeding rate on forage and grain yields of double-purpose wheat in Central Texas. Crop, Forage and Turfgrass Management.2: doi:10.2134/cftm2016.06.0045
Wang, J.J., C.Y. Jeong, and S. Dodla. 2015. Biochar characteristics of agricultural crop residues. International Journal of Advances in Science, Engineering and Technology 3(4): 173 – 175.
Zhou, T., J.J. Wang, S. Liu, Z. Zhang, S.K. Dodla, and G. Myers. 2015. Application effects of coated urea and urease and nitrification inhibitors on ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from a subtropical cotton field of the Mississippi delta region. Science of the Total Environment 533: 329 – 338.
Jeong, C.Y., S.K. Dodla, and J.J. Wang. 2016. Fundamental and molecular composition characteristics of biochars produced from sugarcane and rice crop residues and their by-products. Chemosphere 142: 4 – 13.
Dodla, S.K., J.J. Wang, and R.L. Cook. 2012. Molecular composition of humic acids from coastal wetland soils along a salinity gradient. Soil Science Society of American Journal 76: 1592 – 1605.
Dodla, S.K., J.J. Wang, and R.D. DeLaune. 2012. Characterization of labile organic carbon in coastal wetland soils of the Mississippi river deltaic plain: Relationships to carbon functionalities. Science of the Total Environment 435-436: 151 – 158
Wang, J.J., H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, T.K. Udeigwe, Z. Zhang, S.K. Dodla, and M.H. Stietiya. 2010. Reducing potential leaching of phosphorus, heavy metals, and fecal coliform from animal wastes using bauxite residues. Water Air Soil Pollution 214: 241 – 252.
Wang, J.J., S.K. Dodla, and R. Henderson. 2004. Soil silicon extractability with seven selected extractants in relation to calorimetric and ICP determination. Soil Science 169: 861 – 870.
b. Refereed Book Chapters
Wang, J.J., S.K. Dodla, and R.D. DeLaune. 2015. Characteristics and functions of labile organic carbon in coastal wetland soils of the Mississippi river deltaic plain. In: Z. He and F. Wu, editors, Labile Organic Matter-Chemical Composition, Functions, and Significance in Soil and the Environment. SSSA, Madison, WI. p. 315 – 336.
Wang, J.J., S.K. Dodla, and Z. He. 2011. Application of analytical pyrolysis-mass spectrometry in characterization of animal manures. In: Z. He, editor, Environmental Chemistry of Animal Manure. Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York. p. 3 – 24.
Sulfur fertilization of cotton. http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/infocenter/topic/focusoncotton/ . Plant Management Network. June 19, 2015.
d. Extension Bulletins
Ph.D. Agronomy, Major: Soil Science and Environmental Chemistry, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.
M.S. Agriculture, Major: Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, India.
B.S. Agriculture, Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, India.
2020- present, Associate Professor of Soil Fertility and Crop Irrigation, Red River Research Station, LSU
2014-2020, Assistant Professor of Soil Fertility and Crop Irrigation, Red River Research Station, LSU
2014- present, Adjunct Professor at Department of Biological Sciences, LSU-Shreveport
American Society of Agronomy
Soil Science Society of America
American Chemical Society
Selective List of Grants
Dodla, S., C. Jeong, L. Gaston, and J. Copes. 2020. Effect of skip-row furrow irrigation on crop growth, water and nutrient use efficiency of cotton. $5,000. Louisiana Cotton Incorporated.
Dodla, S., M. Blazier, and C. Jeong. 2020-2021. Effect of tillage system on crop irrigation and evaluation of new methods to determine irrigation initiation timing. $15,000. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Dodla, S., J. Copes, R. Parvej, J. Wang and C. Jeong. 2020-2021. Evaluation of micronutrient fertility to increase corn yields in Louisiana. $15,000. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Red River SWCD, N. Adusumilli, S. Dodla, and C. Jeong. 2019-2021. Soil health and water quality improvement in the Bayou Pierre watershed. $350,000. NRCS-RCPP.
Jennings, J., B. Scott, S. Dodla, M.W. Alison. 2018 – 2019. Use of Alfalfa in crop rotation to control herbicide resistant pigweed. $20,675. National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance.
Gaston, L.A., S. Dodla, and M. Selim. 2018-2021. Managing waterside filter strips to capture dissolved phosphorus in runoff. $74,842. Louisiana USDA-NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant.
Dodla, S., J. Copes, and J. Hendrix. 2018 – 2020. Developing optimum N, P, and K fertilization rates for soybeans and corn under no-till conservation agriculture. $60,000. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Wang, J., and S. Dodla. 2018 – 2020. Improving micronutrient fertilization for soybean production. $50,000. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Copes, J., S. Dodla, J. Hendrix, L. Fultz, and C. Overstreet. 2018 – 2021. Investigating cover crop impacts on row crop production in North Louisiana. $150,972. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Wang, J.J., S. Dodla, and S. Harrison. 2016 – 2018. Nitrogen budget & management improvement using Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers for LA grain crop production. $60,000. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Dodla, S. 2016 – 2019. Management of phosphorus and potassium fertilization in soybean under different irrigation regimes. $48,000. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Caddo SWCD, North Caddo Irrigation District, Caddo Levee District, LA office of SWC, and S. Dodla, N. Adusumilli, C. Jeong and S. Davis. 2016 – 2019. Shiftail canal watershed project. $503,982. NRCS-RCPP
Fultz, L., D. Miller, S. Dodla, D. Stephenson, D. Morgan, D. Harrell. 2015 – 2018. Integration of cover crops in Louisiana production systems. $137,400. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Dodla, S., J.J. Wang, and C. Jeong. 2015. Influence of water conserving practices on water balance, energy fluxes and crop growth with an objective to enhance water use efficiency (India). Norman E. Borlaug International Agricultural Science and Technology Program. USDA- Foreign Agricultural Service. $36,121.
Fultz, L., D. Miller, S. Dodla, and D. Stephenson. 2015 – 2019. Improving management of double crop soybeans.$107,067. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Dodla, S. 2015 – 2018. Evaluation of addition of N-stabilizers and bio-char on nitrogen use efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions and nitrogen leaching in poultry litter applied soils. $122,144. Funded by: Louisiana Board of Regents.
Dodla, S., J.J. Wang, and D. Fromme. 2015 – 2018. Effect of skip-row furrow irrigation on crop growth, water and nutrient use efficiency in soybean and corn production under different soil types. $100,000. Funded by: Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Dodla, S., J.J. Wang, B. Tubana, and C.Y. Jeong. 2015 – 2017. Optimization of nutrient use efficiency of corn through integrated use of organic and inorganic n fertilizers under different irrigation regimes. $37,500. Funded by: Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Dodla, S., C. Jeong, J.J. Wang, and M. Selim. 2015 – 2018. Demonstration of integrated irrigation management to improve water and nutrient use efficiency, soil health, and water quality in furrow irrigated agriculture. $74,408. USDA-NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant.
Wang, J.J., S. Dodla, G. Scaglia and C. Jeong. 2015 – 2018. Demonstration of integrated legume- grass forage system to improve air and water quality through decreased N fertilization. $74,408. USDA-NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant.
Fromme, D., C. Jeong, S. Dodla, S. Davis, N. Adusumilli, B. Garner, C. Coreil, S. Nipper, and O. Hill. 2015 - 2017. Sustainable row crop irrigation management in Louisiana. $69,167. Funded by: Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education.
Lofton, J., B. Haggard, S. Dodla, and D. Fromme. 2015. Improving nitrogen management in row-crop production in Louisiana. $45,459. Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board.
Dodla S.K., J. Lofton, and B. Haggard. 2015 – 2017. Evaluation of sulfur fertilization on cotton plant growth and lint yield and quality. $13,000. Funded by: Cotton Incorporated- Louisiana State Support Fund.
Wang J.J., C.Y. Jeong, S. Viator, and S. Dodla. 2011 – 2015. Use of crop residue as bio-char soil amendment to reduce greenhouse gas emission, enhance soil carbon sequestration, and improve water quality in sugarcane and rice production. $503,954. Funded by: USDA-NRCS.