Richard V. Scholtz, III
Richard V. Scholtz, III
Lecturer in Agricultural Water Resources, Agricultural & Biological Engineering, University of Florida
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Mathematical models of crop growth and yield
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
CRC Press, 2002
592002
Model for accumulation of dry matter and plant nutrients by corn
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 30 (15-16), 2059-2081, 1999
171999
In defense of the extended logistic model of crop production
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III, FG Martin
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 34 (5-6), 851-864, 2003
152003
Corn response to irrigation and applied nitrogen
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 33 (19-20), 3609-3619, 2002
132002
Model of yield response of corn to plant population and absorption of solar energy
AR Overman, RV Scholtz
PloS one 6 (1), e16117, 2011
102011
Model analysis of corn response to applied nitrogen and plant population density
AR Overman, RVS Iii, KH Brock
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 37 (9-10), 1157-1172, 2006
92006
Langmuir‐hinshelwood model of soil phosphorus kinetics
AR Overman, RV Scholtz
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 30 (1-2), 109-119, 1999
91999
Dry matter production and cutting interval for perennial grasses
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 34 (1-2), 225-229, 2003
72003
Model analysis of response of bermudagrass to applied nitrogen
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III, CM Taliaferro
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 34 (9-10), 1303-1310, 2003
62003
Accumulation of biomass and mineral elements with calendar time by cotton: application of the expanded growth model
AR Overman, RV Scholtz
PLoS One 8 (9), e72810, 2013
52013
Accumulation of Biomass and Mineral Elements with Calendar Time by Corn: Application of the Expanded Growth Model
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
PloS one 6 (12), e28515, 2011
42011
Model of dry matter and plant nitrogen partitioning between leaf and stem for Coastal bermudagrass. I. Dependence on harvest interval
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Journal of plant nutrition 27 (9), 1585-1592, 2005
32005
Mathematical modeling of agronomic crops: Analysis of nutrient removal and dry matter accumulation.
RVI Scholtz
32004
Model analysis for partitioning of dry matter and plant nitrogen for stem and leaf in alfalfa
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 36 (9-10), 1163-1175, 2005
22005
Model analysis for growth response of corn
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Journal of plant nutrition 27 (5), 885-906, 2004
22004
Model analysis for growth response of soybean
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 34 (17-18), 2619-2632, 2003
22003
Model analysis of forage response to split applications of nitrogen. II. Coupling of roots and tops
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 34 (11-12), 1539-1548, 2003
22003
Estimating seasonal nitrogen removal and biomass yield by annuals with the extended logistic model
RV Scholtz III, AR Overman
PloS one 9 (4), e95934, 2014
12014
Model analysis for response of dwarf elephantgrass to applied nitrogen and rainfall
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 35 (17-18), 2485-2493, 2005
12005
Model of dry matter and plant nitrogen partitioning between leaf and stem for coastal bermudagrass. II. Dependence on growth interval
AR Overman, RV Scholtz III
Journal of plant nutrition 27 (9), 1593-1600, 2005
12005
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