University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

Joseph Omielan



Directions to University of Kentucky, Lexington, KYUniversity of Kentucky, PSS
Campus LocationPlant Science Building
1405 Veterans Drive (Office:417)
Lexington, KY 40546-0312
Phone(859) 218-0744
Mobile(859) 967-6205
Fax(859) 257-7874




This person page last updated on 2010-12-01

Research/Teaching Publications

    Refereed Journal Articles

    Tolson, J. A., J. D. Green, W. W. Witt, G. Schwab, and J. Omielan. 2012. Integrated Management Strategies Reduced Tall Ironweed (Vernonia altissima) Populations and Weed Biomass and Improved Tall Fescue (Lolium arundinaceum) Pasture Productivity. Weed Science 60: 106-112. (Joshua Tolson was a PhD student in Crop Science)
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Joseph Omielan William Witt Jonathan Green
    Kumudini, S., C.V. Godoy, B. Kennedy, E. Prior, J. Omielan, H.R. Boerma, and D. Hershman. 2010. Role of host-plant resistance and disease development stage on leaf photosynthetic competence of soybean rust infected leaves. Crop Science 50:2533-2542.
    Kumudini, S., C.V. Godoy, J.E. Board, and J. Omielan. 2008. Mechanisms involved in Asian soybean rust-induced yield reduction. Crop Science 48:2334-2342.
    Kumudini, S., D.J. Hume, and J. Omielan. 2008. Impact of carbon and nitrogen limitation on yield and genetic improvement of shortseason soybean cultivars. Agronomy Journal 100:400-405.
    Kumudini, S., E. Prior, J. Omielan, and M. Tollenaar. 2008. Impact of Phakopsora pachyrhizi infection on soybean leaf photosynthesis and radiation absorption. Crop Science 48:2343- 2350.
    Kumudini, S., L.J. Grabau, D. Van Sanford, and J. Omielan. 2008. Analysis of yield-formation processes under no-till and conventional tillage for soft red winter wheat in the South central region. Agronomy Journal 100:1026-1032.
    Authors in PSS Dept.: Joseph Omielan Larry Grabau David Van_Sanford