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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Douglas Sturtz (Doug)
Application Technology Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (419) 530-1534
Fax: (419) 530-1599

GREENHOUSE PRODUCTION RESEARCH GROUP
2801 W. BANCROFT ST., MAIL STOP 604
TOLEDO , OH 43606


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Continuing assessment of the 5 day sodium carbonate-ammonium nitrate extraction assay as an indicator test for silicon fertilizers -
Zellner, W.L., Friedrich, R.L., Kim, S., Sturtz, D.S., Frantz, J., Altland, J.E., Krause, C.R. 2015. Continuing assessment of the 5 day sodium carbonate-ammonium nitrate extraction assay as an indicator test for silicon fertilizers. Journal of AOAC International. 98(4):890-895.
Silicon in Ornamental Crops: Detection, Delivery, and Function -
Frantz, J., Locke, J.C., Sturtz, D.S., Leisner, S. 2010. Silicon in Ornamental Crops: Detection, Delivery, and Function. Silicio na Agricultura: Anais do V Simposio Brasileiro sobre Silicio Agricultura. Editor: Fabricio Rodriguez. pp.111-134.
Evaluation of the use of Supplemental Silicon in Floricultural Crop Production to Reduce Disease Stress and Micronutrient (Cu) Toxicity and to Enhance Crop Quality -
Locke, J.C., Frantz, J., Omer, M.A., Sturtz, D.S., Li, J., Leisner, S. 2009. Evaluation of the use of Supplemental Silicon in Floricultural Crop Production to Reduce Disease Stress and Micronutrient (Cu) Toxicity and to Enhance Crop Quality. GreenSys 2009, June 14-19, 2009; Quebec City, Canada. p.96, p.144.
Detection and Quantification of Silicon in Floricultural Crops Utilizing Three Distinct Analytical Methods Reprint Icon -
Frantz, J., Locke, J.C., Datnoff, L., Omer, M.A., Widrig, A.K., Sturtz, D.S., Horst, L., Krause, C.R. 2008. Detection and Quantification of Silicon in Floricultural Crops Utilizing Three Distinct Analytical Methods. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 39:2734-2751.
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