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Francis L Young (Frank)
Northwest Sustainable Agroecosystems Research
Research Agronomist

Phone: (509) 335-4196
Fax: (509) 335-3842

Room 215
JOHNSON HALL, WSU
PULLMAN , WA 991646421


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Ongoing development of dryland oilseed production systems in the northwestern region of the United States -
Long, D.S., Young, F.L., Schillinger, W.F., Reardon, C.L., Williams, J.D., Allen, B.L., Pan, W., Wysocki, D.J. 2016. Ongoing development of dryland oilseed production systems in the northwestern region of the United States. BioEnergy Research. 9:412-429.
Canola integration into semi-arid wheat cropping systems of the inland Pacific Northwestern USA Reprint Icon -
Pan, W.L., Young, F.L., Maaz, T., Huggins, D.R. 2016. Canola integration into semi-arid wheat cropping systems of the inland Pacific Northwestern USA. Crop and Pasture Science. 67:253–265.
Feral rye (Secale cereal) control in winter canola in the Pacific Northwest -
Young, F.L., Whaley, D.K., Lawrence, N.C., Burke, I.C. 2016. Feral rye (Secale cereal) control in winter canola in the Pacific Northwest. Weed Technology 30(1):163-170.
Integrated management of downy brome in winter wheat -
Young, F.L., Lyon, D.J., Hulting, A.G., Morishita, D.W. 2015. Integrated management of downy brome in winter wheat. Pacific Northwest Extension Publication. PNW 668:1-6.
Integration of weed management and tillage practices in spring barley production -
Lyon, D.J., Young, F.L. 2015. Integration of weed management and tillage practices in spring barley production. Weed Technology. 29(3):367-373.
Comparisons of annual no-till spring cereal cropping systems in the Pacific Northwest Reprint Icon -
Young, F.L., Alldredge, J.R., Pan, W.L. 2015. Comparisons of annual no-till spring cereal cropping systems in the Pacific Northwest. Crop Management. 1:1.
Postharvest tillage reduces Downy Brome infestations in winter wheat -
Young, F.L., Ogg Jr, A.G., Alldredge, J.R. 2014. Postharvest tillage reduces Downy Brome infestations in winter wheat. Weed Technology. 28:418-425.
Introducing winter canola to the winter wheat-fallow region of the Pacific Northwest -
Young, F.L., Whaley, D.K., Pan, W.L., Roe, D., Alldredge, J.R. 2014. Introducing winter canola to the winter wheat-fallow region of the Pacific Northwest. Crop Management. DOI: 10.2134/CM-2013-0023-RS.
Determining soil organic carbon accretion vs sequestration using physicochemical fractionation and CQESTR simulation -
Gollany, H.T., Fortuna, A., Samuel, M., Young, F.L., Pan, W., Pecharko, M. 2013. Determining soil organic carbon accretion vs sequestration using physicochemical fractionation and CQESTR simulation. Agronomy Abstracts. Gollany 298-4. CD-ROM, ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meetings, Madison, WI.
Soil organic carbon accretion vs. sequestration using physicochemical fractionation and CQESTR simulation -
Gollany, H.T., Fortuna, A., Samuel, M., Young, F.L., Pan, W., Pecharko, M. 2013. Soil organic carbon accretion vs. sequestration using physicochemical fractionation and CQESTR simulation. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 77:618-629.
In-stream measurement of canola (Brassica napus L.) seed oil concentration using in-line near infrared reflectance spectroscopy -
Long, D.S., McCallum, J.D., Young, F.L., Lenssen, A. 2012. In-stream measurement of canola (Brassica napus L.) seed oil concentration using in-line near infrared reflectance spectroscopy. Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy. 20(3):387-395.
Effect of planting methods on spring canola (Brassica napus L.) establishment and yield in the low-rainfall region of the Pacific Northwest Reprint Icon -
Young, F.L., Long, D.S., Alldredge, J.R. 2012. Effect of planting methods on spring canola (Brassica napus L.) establishment and yield in the low-rainfall region of the Pacific Northwest. Crop Management. doi:10.1094/CM-2012-0321-01-RS.
Economics of alternative management practices for jointed goatgrass in winter wheat in the Pacific Northwest Reprint Icon -
Walters, C.G., Young, F.L., Young, D.L. 2012. Economics of alternative management practices for jointed goatgrass in winter wheat in the Pacific Northwest. Crop Management. Online. DOI: 10.1094/CM-2012-0227-01-RV.
Building a lasting partnership - small-scale canola biodiesel experiment may go big -
Young, F.L. 2011. Building a lasting partnership - small-scale canola biodiesel experiment may go big. U.S. Canola Digest. Vol 3 Number 1:18-19.
Influence of long-term tillage and crop rotations on soil hydraulic properties in the U.S. Pacific Northwest -
Soil properties governing soil erosion affected by cropping systems in the U.S. Pacific Northwest Reprint Icon -
Feng, G., Sharratt, B.S., Young, F.L. 2011. Soil properties governing soil erosion affected by cropping systems in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Soil and Tillage Research. 111:168–174.
Introducing Winter Canola in the Wheat-Fallow Region of North Central Washington -
Integrated weed management systems identified for jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica) in the Pacific Northwest Reprint Icon -
Young, F.L., Ball, D.A., Thill, D.C., Alldredge, J.R., Ogg Jr, A.G., Seefeldt, S.S. 2010. Integrated weed management systems identified for jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica) in the Pacific Northwest. Weed Technology. 24:430–439. DOI: 10.1614/WT-D-10-00046.1.
Integrated Management of Jointed Goatgrass in the Pacific Northwest -
Young, F.L., Yenish, J.P., Ball, D.A., Thill, D.C. 2009. Integrated Management of Jointed Goatgrass in the Pacific Northwest. Western Society of Weed Science Meeting Proceedings.
Pacific Northwest USDA-ARS Jointed Goatgrass Research and Extension Activities -
Young, F.L., Yenish, J.P., Sullivan, L.S., Ball, D.A., Thill, D.C., Zemetra, R.S. 2009. Pacific Northwest USDA-ARS Jointed Goatgrass Research and Extension Activities. Western Society of Weed Science Meeting Proceedings.
Impact of long-term conservation tillage cropping systems on soil hydraulic properties in the Pacific Northwest -
Feng, G., Sharratt, B.S., Young, F.L. 2008. Impact of long-term conservation tillage cropping systems on soil hydraulic properties in the Pacific Northwest. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting.
Systems Approach to Crop Rotation Research: Guidelines and Challenges -
Young, F.L., Bewick, L.S., Pan, W.L. 2008. Systems Approach to Crop Rotation Research: Guidelines and Challenges. pp 41-70. In Crop Rotation. ed. Berklain, Y.U. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York.
Determination of Russian Thistle Epicuticular Wax Density and Composition in Response to Water Stress. -
Kuehl, L., Burke, I.C., Young, F.L. 2008. Determination of Russian Thistle Epicuticular Wax Density and Composition in Response to Water Stress. Western Society of Weed Science Meeting Proceedings.
Postharvest control of Russian thistle (salsola tragus) with a reduced herbicide applicator in the Pacific Northwest Reprint Icon -
Young, F.L., Yenish, J.P., Launchbaugh, G.R., Mc Grew, L.L., Alldridge, J.R. 2008. Postharvest control of Russian thistle (salsola tragus) with a reduced herbicide applicator in the Pacific Northwest. Weed Technology. 22:156-159.
Agronomics and economics of no-till facultative wheat in the Pacific Northwest, USA Reprint Icon -
Bewick, L.S., Young, F.L., Alldredge, R.J., Young, D.L. 2008. Agronomics and economics of no-till facultative wheat in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Crop Protection Journal. 27:932-942.
CROPPING SYSTEMS ALTER WEED SEED BANK IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST, USA SEMI-ARID WHEAT REGION -
Thorne, M.E., Young, F.L., Yenish, J.P. 2007 Cropping systems alter weed seed bank in Pacific Northwest, USA semi-arid wheat region. Crop Protection Journal 26 (8): 1108-1120.
Russian Thistle (Salsola spp.) Biology and Management -
Young, F.L. 2006. Russian Thistle (Salsola spp.) Biology and Management. 15th Australian Weeds Conference.
Nitrogen Fertility and Weed Management Critical for Continuous No-Till Wheat in the Pacific Northwest -
Young, F.L., Thorne, M.E., Young, D.L. 2006. Nitrogen Fertility and Weed Management Critical for Continuous No-Till Wheat in the Pacific Northwest. Weed Technology. Volume 20:658-669.
IMPACTING GROWER'S USE AND ADOPTION OF CONSERVATION CROPPING SYSTEMS THROUGH RESEARCH AND FIELD DESIGN -
Forte-Gardner,O., F.L. Young, D.A. Dillman, and M.S. Carroll. 2004. Increasing the effectiveness of technology transfer for conservation cropping systems through research and field design. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 19(4):199-209.
WEED SPECIES DYNAMICS AND MANAGEMENT IN NO-TILL AND REDUCED-TILL FALLOW CROPPING SYSTEMS FOR THE SEMI-ARID AGRICULTURAL REGION OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, USA. -
Young, F.L., and M.E. Thorne. 2004. Weed species dynamics and management in no-till and reduced-till fallow cropping systems for the semi-arid agricultural region of the Pacific Northwest, USA. Crop Protection Journal. 23:1097-1110.
CONTROL OF VOLUNTEER HERBICIDE - RESISTANT WHEAT AND CANOLA -
Rainbolt,C.R., D.C Thill, and F.L. Young. 2004 Control of volunteer herbicide-resistant wheat and canola. Weed Technology. 18(3):711-718.
LONG-TERM WEED MANAGEMENT STUDIES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST -
Young, F.L. 2004. Long-term weed management studies in the Pacific Northwest. Weed Science. 52:897-903.
CEREAL APHID AND NATURAL ENEMY POPULATIONS IN CEREAL PRODUCTION SYSTEMS IN EASTERN WASHINGTON -
Clement, S.L., Elberson, L.R., Youssef, N., Young, F.L., Evans, M.A. Cereal aphid and natural enemy populations in cereal production systems in eastern washington. Journal of Kansas Entomological Society. 2004. V.77(3). P.65-173.
DOWNSIZING AN AGRICULTURAL FIELD EXPERIMENT ALTERS ECONOMIC RESULTS: A CASE STUDY -
Young, D.L., Kwon, T., Young, F.L. 2004. Downsizing an agricultural field experiment alters economic results: a case study. Agricultural Economics Review. 26:255-265.
WINTER WHEAT COMPETITION AGAINST JOINTED GOATGRASS (AEGILOPS CYLINDRICA) AS INFLUENCED BY WHEAT PLANT HEIGHT, SEEDING RATE, AND SEED SIZE -
Yenish, J.P., and F.L. Young. 2004. Winter wheat competition against jointed goatgrass (aegilops cylindrica) as influenced by wheat plant height, seeding rate, and seed size. Weed Science. 52:996-1001.
VARIABLE HESSIAN FLY (DIPTERA: CECIDOMYIIDAE) POPULATIONS IN CEREAL PRODUCTION SYSTEMS IN EASTERN WASHINGTON -
CLEMENT, S.L., ELBERSON, L.R., YOUNG, F.L., RATCLIFFE, R.H., ALLDREDGE, J.R., HENNINGS, C. CHANGING CROP ROTATION AND TILLAGE PRACTICES INCREASE HESSIAN FLY POPULATIONS IN WHEAT. JOURNAL OF KANSAS ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 2003. Vol.76(4):567-577.
NO-TILL SPRING CEREAL CROPPING SYSTEMS REDUCE WIND EROSION POTENTIAL IN THE WHEAT/FALLOW REGION OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST -
Thorne, M.E., Young, F.L., Pan, W.L., Bafus, R., Alldredge, J.R. 2003. No-till spring cereal cropping systems reduce wind erosion potential in the wheat/fallow region of the pacific northwest. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 58:250-257
SITE-SPECIFIC HERBICIDE DECISION MODEL TO MAXIMIZE PROFIT IN WINTER WHEAT -
YOUNG, D.L., KWON, T.J., SMITH, E.G., YOUNG, F.L. 2003. SITE-SPECIFIC HERBICIDE DECISION MODEL TO MAXIMIZE PROFIT IN WINTER WHEAT. PRECISION AGRICULTURE. 4:227-238.
SPRING GERMINATING JOINTED GOATGRASS CAN PRODUCE VIABLE SPIKELETS IN SPRING SEEDED WHEAT -
Young, F.L., Yenish, J.P., Walenta, D.L., Ball, D.A., Alldredge, J.R. 2003. SPRING GERMINATING JOINTED GOATGRASS CAN PRODUCE VIABLE SPIKELETS IN SPRING SEEDED WHEAT. Weed Science.
CROP AND TILLAGE EFFECTS ON RESIDUE COVER IN EASTERN WASHINGTON -
Mccool, D.K., Young, F.L., Papendick, R.I. 2001. Crop and tillage effects on residue cover in eastern washington. Transactions of the ASAE.
MORE ON APHIDS AND THEIR NATURAL ENEMIES IN WASHINGTON WHEAT -
INTEGRATED SPRING CROPPING SYSTEMS FOR SEMIARID WHEAT-FALLOW REGION-2000 -
THE RALSTON PROJECT -
INSECT DISTRIBUTION IN A SPRING PEA-WINTER WHEAT-SPRNG BARLEY CROP ROTATIONSYSTEM -
DOWNSIZING AN INTEGRATED CROP MANAGEMENT FIELD STUDY AFFECTS ECONOMIC AND BIOLOGICAL RESULTS -
EFFECT OF PREHARVEST GLYPHOSATE APPLICATION ON SEED AND SEEDLING QUALITY OFSPRING WHEAT -
SOIL WATER USE AND GROWTH OF RUSSIAN THISTLE AFTER WHEAT HARVEST -
STRATEGIES FOR INTEGRATED JOINTED GOATGRASS MANAGEMENT IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST -
PLANTING GEOMETRY OF WINTER WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM) CAN REDUCE JOINTED GOATGRASS (AEGILOPS CYLINDRICA)SPIKELET PRODUCTION -
SELECTIVE CONTROL OF JOINTED GOATGRASS WITH IMAZAMOX IN HERBICIDE RESISTANTWHEAT -
PRODUCTION OF HERBICIDE-RESISTANT JOINTED GOATGRASS (AEGILOPS CYLINDRICA)X WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM) HYBRIDS IN THE FIELD BY NATURAL HYBRIDIZATION -
INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT FOR FOOD LEGUMES AND LUPINES -
A SYSTEM APPROACH TO CONSERVATION FARMING -
PALWEED: WHEAT II: REVISION OF A WEED MANAGEMENT DECISION MODEL IN RESPONSETO FIELD TESTING -
MONITORING FIELD-GROWN RUSSIAN THISTLE ROOTS WITH A SCANNER-BASED RHIZOTRON -
INTEGRATED SPRING CROPPING SYSTEMS FOR THE SEMIARID WHEAT-FALL0W REGION- 1998 -
INTEGRATED CROP MANAGEMENT RESEARCH ON ANNUAL SPRING CEREALS UNDER NO-TILL -
INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT FOR FOOD LEGUMES AND LUPINES -
RUSSIAN THISTLE SKELETONS PROVIDE RESIDUE IN WHEAT-FALLOW CROPPING SYSTEMS -
WEED MANAGEMENT FOR CROP PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHWEST WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM) REGION -
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