George C. Naderman
Department of Soil Science
North Carolina State University
PO Box 7619
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7619
Office Phone: 919.515.7193
Specialty: Soil Management and Conservation
Research and extension programs encompass evaluation of conservation tillage methods and management practices. A current emphasis is establishment of an interdisciplinary program comparing various aspects of conservation and conventional tillage. Related studies underway include monitoring ground water quality, assessing and mapping the soil resources, and developing a GIS database system for implementation of precision agricultural technology at the Center for Environmental Farming Systems.
- Naderman, G. C. 1997. The effect of drought stress on crop productivity. N. C. Coop. Ext. Serv. Pub. AG-519-14.
- McLaughlin, R. A., G. C. Naderman, and G. D. Jennings. 1996. Tillage impact on groundwater quality: A long-term experiment. Agron. Abstracts.
- Naderman, G. C. 1993. Equipment considerations for reduced-tillage cotton production in the Southeast. pp. 13-17. In Conservation Tillage Systems for Cotton, A Review of Research and Demonstration Results from Across the Cotton Belt. Ark. Agri. Exp. Sta. Special Report 160.
- Beasley, E. O., and G. C. Naderman. 1989. Conservation tillage equipment and planting systems. In M. G. Cook (ed.) Conservation Tillage for Crop Production in North Carolina. N. C. Agri. Ext. Serv. Pub. AG-407.
- Naderman, G. C., J. R. Hansard, and H. P. Denton. 1988. Surface water management for highly erodible land. App. Agric. Res. 5:243-254.