Hailin Zhang

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  • Soil, Water, Plant and Manure Analytical Method Development and Data Interpretations
  • Phosphorus Chemistry, Mobility and Management in Soils
  • Soil Acidity and Al Toxicity Associated with Crop Production
  • Spatial Variability and Site Specific Nutrient Management
  • Manure and Biosolids Nutrient Availability to Crops and their Potential  Impact on Water Quality 



  1. He, Z., M. Shankle, H. Zhang, T.R. Way, H. Tewolde, and M. Uchimiya. 2013. Mineral composition of cottonseed is affected by fertilization management practices. Agron. J. 105:341-350.

  2. Makaju, S. O., Y. Q. Wu, H. Zhang, V. G. Kakani, C. M. Taliaferro and M. P. Anderson. 2013. Switchgrass winter yield, year-round elemental concentrations, and associated soil nutrients in a zero input environment. Agron. J. 105:463-470.

  3. Lollato, R.P., J.T. Edwards, and H. Zhang. 2013. Effect of alternative soil acidity amelioration strategies on soil pH distribution and wheat agronomic response. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 77:1831-1841

  4. Zhu, X., L. Yan, H. Zhang. 2013. Morphological and physiological responses of winter wheat seedlings to nitrogen and phosphorus deficiency. J. Pl. Nutrition 36:1234-1246.

  5. Yan, X., D. Wang, H. Zhang, G. Zhang and Z. Wei. 2013. Organic amendments affect phosphorus sorption characteristics in a paddy soil. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 175:47-53.

  6. Sun, H., H. Zhang, Z. Yu, J. Wu, P. Jiang, X. Yuan, W. Shi. 2013. Combination System of Full-scale Constructed Wetlands and Wetland Paddy Fields to Remove Nitrogen and Phosphorus from Rural Unregulated Non-point Sources. Environ. Geochemistry and Health 36:801-809.

  7. Xue, L., G. Li, X. Qin, L. Yang, and H. Zhang. 2013. Topdressing nitrogen recommendation for early rice with an active sensor in south China. Precision Ag. 10.1007/s11119-013-9326-5.

  8. Lu, W., H. Zhang, and W. Shi. 2013. Dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium in an anaerobic agricultural soil as affected by glucose and free sulfide. Euro. J. Soil Biol. 58:98-104.

  9. Lu, Y., Y. Zhou, S. Nakai, M. Hosomi, H. Zhang, H.J. Kronzucker, W. Shi. 2013. Stimulation of nitrogen removal in the rhizosphere of aquatic duckweed by root exudate components. Planta DOI:10.1007/s00425-013-1998-6.


  1. Richards, J.R., J.L. Schroder, H. Zhang, N.T. Basta, Y. Wang, and M.E. Payton. 2012. Trace elements in benchmark soils of Oklahoma. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 76:2013-2040.

  2. Min, J., H. Zhang, W. Shi. 2012. Optimizing nitrogen input to reduce nitrate leaching loss in greenhouse vegetable production. Agricultural Water Management 111:53-59.

  3. He, Z., H. Zhang, O.M. Olanya, J.M. Frantz, R.P. Larkin. 2012. Differences in Modified Morgan Phosphorus Levels Determined by Colorimetric and Inductively Coupled Plasma Methods. Open Journal of Soil Science 2:256-262. DOI: 10.4236/ojss.2012.23030.

  4. Zhang, J., C. T. MacKown, J. D. Garbrecht, H. Zhang, and J. T. Edwards. 2012. Variable environment and market affect optimal nitrogen management in wheat and cattle production systems. Agron. J. 104-1136-1148.

  5. Butchee, K., D.B. Arnall, A. Sutradhar, C. Godsey, H. Zhang and C. Penn. 2012. Determining Critical Soil pH for Grain Sorghum Production. International Journal of Agronomy doi:10.1155/2012/130254.

  6. Barrett, M., H. Zhang, J. Bushong, M. Boyles, and M.E. Payton. 2012. Soil testing determines the lack of sulfur response in canola grown in Oklahoma. Crop Management doi:10.1094/CM-2012-0621-01-RS.

  7. Zhou, C., Y. Wang, Y. Yu , R. Sun, X. Zhu, H. Zhang, and D. Zhou. 2012. Does glyphosate impact on Cu uptake by, and toxicity to the earthworm Eisenia fetida? Ecotoxicology 21:2297-2305.

  8. Osmond, D., A. Sharpley, C. Bolster, M. Cabrera, S. Feagley, B. Lee, C. Mitchell, R. Mylavarapu, L. Oldham, F. Walker, and H. Zhang. 2012. Comparing phosphorus indices from twelve Southern U.S. States against monitored phosphorus loads from six prior southern studies. J. Environ. Qual. 41:1741-1749.

  9. Lu, W., S. Riya, S. Zhou, M. Hosomi, H. Zhang, and W. Shi. 2012. In situ dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium in a paddy soil fertilized with liquid cattle waste. Pedosphere 22: 314-321.


  1. Richards, J., H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, J.A. Hattey, W.R. Raun, and M.E. Payton. 2011. Micronutrient availability as affected by the long-term application of phosphorus fertilizer and organic amendments. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75:927-939.

  2. Schroder, J.L., H. Zhang, K. Desta, W.R. Raun, C.J. Penn, and M.E. Payton. 2011. Soil acidification from long-term use of nitrogen fertilizers on winter wheat. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75:957-964.

  3. Min, J., W. Shi, G. Xing, H. Zhang, and Z. Zhu. 2011. Effects of catch crop and reduced nitrogen fertilizer on nitrogen leaching in greenhouse vegetable production systems. Nutr. Cycl. Agroecosyst 91:31-39.

  4. Penn, C.J., J. Vitale, S. Fine, J. Payne, J.G. Warren, H. Zhang, M. Eastman, and S.L. Herron.  2011.  Alternative poultry litter storage for improved transportation and use as a soil amendment.  J. Environ. Qual. 40:233-241.

  5. He, Z., C.W. Honeycutt, and H. Zhang. 2011. Elemental and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic analysis of water and pyrophosphate extracted soil organic matter. Soil Sci. 176:183-189.

  6. Zhang, M., Z. He, A. Zhao, H. Zhang, D.M. Endale, and H.H. Schomberg. 2011.  Water extractable soil organic carbon and nitrogen affected by tillage and manure application. Soil Sci. 176:307-312.

  7. He, Z., H. Zhang, and M. Zhang. 2011. Irrigation-induced changes in phosphorus fractions of Caribou sandy loam soil with potato production systems. Soil Sci. 176: 676-683.

  8. Zhu, X., H. Zhang and L. Yan. 2011. Variation an interrelations among nutrient elements in wheat leaves used for forage. J. Pl. Nutrition 34:1321-1329.


  1. Li, F., Y. Miao, X. Chen, H. Zhang, L. Jia and G. Bareth. 2010. Estimating winter wheat biomass and nitrogen status using an active crop sensor. Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing, 16:1219-1228.

  2. Li, B., S. Huang, M. Wei, H. Zhang, A. Shen, J. Xu, and X. Ruan. 2010. Micronutrient dynamics in soil and grain as affected by long-term fertilization in an Aquic Inceptisol. Pedosphere 20:725-735.

  3. Penn, Chad, and H. Zhang. 2010. Isothermal titration calorimetry as an indicator of phosphorus sorption behavior. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74:502-511.

  4. He, Z., H. Zhang, G.S. Toor, Z. Dou, C. W. Honeycutt, B. E. Haggard, and M.S. Reiter. 2010. Phosphorus distribution in sequentially-extracted fractions of biosolids, poultry litter and granulated products. Soil Sci. 175: 154-161.

  5. White, M.J., D.E. Storm, P.R. Busteed, M.D Smolen, H. Zhang, and G. A. Fox. 2010. A quantitative phosphorus loss assessment tool for agricultural fields. Environmental Modeling and Software 25: 1121-1129.

  6. Kariuki, S., J. Schroder, H. Zhang, Travis Hanks, J. McGrath and M. Payton. 2010. Temporal variability of soil property dynamics in a grazed pasture. Commun. Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal. 41:2744-2754.

  7. Wang, J.,  H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, T.K. Udeigwe, Z. Zhang, S.K. Dodla, and M.S. Stietiya. 2010. Reducing potential leaching of phosphorus, heavy metals, and fecal Coliform from animal wastes using bauxite residues. Water Air Soil Pollut. DOI 10.1007/s11270-010-0420-2.

  8. Aldabaa, A.A., H. Zhang, A. Shata, Said El-Sawey, Ali Abdel-Hameed, and J.L. Schroder. 2010. Land Suitability Classification of a Desert Area in Egypt for Some Crops Using Microleis Program. American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci., 8:80-94.

  9.  Demissie, T., D.E. Storm, M.S. Friend, N.T. Basta, M.E. Payton, M.D. Smolen, and H. Zhang. 2010. Rainfall sequence effects on phosphorus loss in surface runoff from pastures received poultry litter application. ASABE 53:1147-1158.

  10. Liu, X., Y. He, H. Zhang, J. Schroder, C. Li, J. Zhou, and Z. Zhang. 2010. The Impact of Land Use and Soil Fertility on distributions of Aggregate Fractions and soil nutrients. Pedosphere 20:666-673.


  1. Zhang, H., S. Kariuki, J. Schroder, M. Payton, and C. Focht. 2009. Interlaboratory validation of the Mehlich 3 for extraction of plant-available phosphorus. J. AOAC International Vol. 92 (1): 91-102.

  2. Kariuki, S., H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, T. Hanks, M. Payton, and T. Morris. 2009. Spatial variability and soil sampling in a grazed pasture. Commun. Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal. 40:1674-1687.

  3. White, M.J., D.E. Storm, M.D Smolen and H. Zhang. 2009. Development of a quantitative pasture phosphorus management tool using the SWAT model. J. Am. Water Resources Assoc.  45:397-406.

  4. Hao, X., D. Zhou, D. Huang, L. Cang, H. Zhang, and H. Wang. 2009. Heavy metal transfer from soil to vegetable in Southern Jiangsu Province, China. Pedosphere 19: 305-311.

  5. Li, F., Y. Miao, H. Zhang, F. Zhang, J. Schroder, L. Jia, Z. Cui, R. Li and X. Chen. 2009. In-Season Optical-sensing improves nitrogen use efficiency for Winter Wheat. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:1566-1574.

  6. Chen, Y., R.M. Hunger, B.F. Carver, H. Zhang, F. Zhang, C. Talley, and L. Yan. 2009. Genetic characterization of powdery mildew resistance in winter wheat cultivars. Molecular Breeding 24:141-152.

  7. Zhang, H., and J. Schroder. 2009. Management of nutrients and metals in animal wastes and biosolids. In Y. Luo (ed.) Soil Environment and Ecological Safety. Science Press, Beijing.

  8. Zhang, H., and J.L. Kovar. 2009.  Phosphorus fractionation. In Kovar and Pierzynski (eds.), Methods of Phosphorus Analysis for Soils, Sediments, Residuals, and Waters, 2nd ed. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin 408: 50-60.

  9. Edwards, J.T., D.B. Arnall, and H. Zhang. 2009. Nitrogen fertilizer timing and source affect hard red winter wheat yield, but application method does not. Crop Management. doi:10.1094/CM-2009-0511-01-RS.

  10. Schroder, J., and H. Zhang. 2009. Using the multimode sample introduction system (MSIS™) for low level analysis of arsenic and selenium in water.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:1804-1807.

  11. Schroder, J.L., H. Zhang, J.R. Richards, and M.E. Payton. 2009. Interlaboratory validation of the Mehlich 3 method as a universal extractant for plant nutrients. J. AOAC International 92:995-1008.

  12. Wang, Y., Y. Cui, D. Zhou, S. Wang, A. Xiao, R. Wang, and H. Zhang. 2009. Adsorption kinetics of glyphosate and Cu(II) alone and together on two types of soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:1995-2001.

  13.  Li, B., M. Wei, A. Shen, J. Xu, H. Zhang, and F. Hao. 2009. Changes of yields, soil properties and micronutrients as affected by 17-yr fertilization treatments. J. Food, Ag. & Environ. 7:408-431.

  14. Udeigwe, T. J. Wang, and H. Zhang. 2009. Effectiveness of bauxite residues in immobilizing contaminants in manure amended soils. Soil Sci. 174:676-686.

  15. Lofton, J., C.B. Godsey, and H. Zhang. 2009. Determining aluminum tolerance and critical soil pH for winter canola production for acidic soils in temperate regions. Agron. J. 102:327-332.


  1. Schroder, J., H. Zhang, D. Zhou, N. Basta, W.R. Raun, M.E. Payton, and A. Zazulak. 2008. The Effect of Long-Term Annual Application of Biosolids on Soil Properties, Phosphorus, and MetalsSoil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 72:73-82.

  2. Cui, Z., X. Chen, Y. Miao, F. Zhang, Q. Sun, J. Schroder, H. Zhang, J. Li, L. Shi, J. Xu, Y. Ye, C. Liu, Z. Yang, Q. Zhang, S. Huang, and D. Bao. 2008. On-farm evaluation of the improved soil nmin–based nitrogen management for summer maize in North China Plain. Agron. J. 100:517-525.

  3.  Wang, Y., Y. He, H. Zhang, J. Schroder, C. Li, and D. Zhou. 2008. Phosphate mobilization by organic acids in a Red Soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.  72:1263-1268.

  4. Wang, P., D. Zhou, T.B. Kinraide, X. Luo, L. Li, D. Li, and H. Zhang. 2008. Cell Membrane Surface Potential ({psi}0) Plays a Dominant Role in the Phytotoxicity of Copper and Arsenate. Plant Physiology 10.

  5. Zhang, X.C., L.A. Hunt, W.A. Phillips, G. Horn, J. Edward, and H. Zhang. 2008. A wheat grazing model for simulating grain and beef production: Part II-Model Validation. Agron. J. 100:1248-1258.

  6. Zhang, W., G. O. Brown, D. E. Storm, and H. Zhang. 2008. Fly ash-amended sand as filter media in bioretention cells to improve phosphorus removal. WER 80 (6):507-516.

  7. Hao, S., D. Zhou, X. Sun, B. Li, and H. Zhang. 2008. Dynamic chemical characteristics of soil solution after pig manure application. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B-Pestic. Food Contam. Agric. Wastes 43 (5):429-436.


  1. Kariuki, S., H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, J. Edwards, B.F. Carver, W.R. Raun, M. Payton, and E.G. Krenzer. 2007. Hard red winter wheat cultivar responses to a pH and aluminum concentration gradient. Agron. J. 99:88-98.

  2. Udeigwe, T. K., J. J. Wang, and H. Zhang. 2007. Predicting runoff of suspended solids and particulate phosphorus for selected Louisiana soils using simple soil tests. J. Environ. Qual. 36:1310-1317.

  3.  Kleinman, P., D. Sullivan, A. Wolf, R. Brandt, Z. Dou, H. Elliott, J. Kovar, A. Leytem, R. Maguire , P. Moore, L. Saporito, A. Sharpley, A. Shober, T. Sims, J. Toth, G.l. Toor, H. Zhang, T. Zhang. 2007. Selection of a water extractable phosphorus test for manures and biosolids as an indicator of runoff loss potential.  J. Environ. Qual. 36:1357-1367.

  4. Tang, Y., H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, M. E. Payton, and D. Zhou. 2007. Animal manure reduces aluminum toxicity in an acid soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 71:1699-1707.

  5. Li, B.Y., D.M. Zhou, L. Cang, H.L. Zhang, X.H. Fan, S.W. Qin. 2007. Soil  micronutrient availability  to  crops  as  affected  by  long-term  inorganic  and  organic  fertilizer  applications. Soil & Tillage Research 96: 166-173.

  6. Dao, T.H., and H. Zhang. 2007. Rapid composition and source screening of heterogeneous poultry litter by X-Ray fluorescence spectrometry. Annals of Environmental Science, Volume 1, Pages 69-79.

  7.  Hao, S., D. Zhou, D. Huang, H. Zhang, and Y. Wang. 2007. The growth and Cu and Zn uptake of pakchoi (Brassica chinesis L.) in an acidic soil as affected by chicken or pig manure, J. Environ. Sci. Health Part B-Pestic. Food Contam. Agric. Wastes 42 (8): 905-912.

  8. Moges, S. M., W.R. Raun, K. Girma, K. W. Freeman, H. Zhang, D. B. Arnall, B. Tubana, R. Teal, S. L. Holtz, O. Walsh and B. Chung. 2007. In-season estimation of grain sorghum yield potential using a hand-held optical sensor. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 53(6): 617 – 628.


  1. Osmond, D.L., M. Cabrera, S. Feagley, G. Hardy, C. Mitchell, R. Mylavarapu, P. Moore, L. Oldham, B. Thom, J. Stevens, F. Walker, and H. Zhang.  2006.   Comparing P-Indices for the Southern Region. J. Soil Water Conservation 61:325-337.

  2. Zhang, H., J.L. Schroder, R. Davis, M. E. Payton, J.J. Wang, W.E. Thomason, Y. Tang, and W.R. Raun. 2006. Phosphorous loss in runoff from long-term continuous wheat fertility trials. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:163-171.

  3. Pierzynski, G., H. Zhang, A. Wolf, P. Kleinman, A. Mallarino, and D. Sullivan. 2006. Phosphorus Determination in Waters and Extracts of Soils and By-Products:  Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometry versus Colorimetric Procedures. SERA-17 Position Paper.

  4. Zhang, H., T.H. Dao, N.T. Basta, E.A. Dayton, and T.C. Daniel. 2006. Remediation Techniques for Manure Nutrient Loaded Soil. Pp. 482-504, In Rice et al. (eds.), Animal Agriculture and the Environment: National Center for Manure and Animal Waste Management White Papers, ASABE, St. Joseph, MI.

  5. Risse, L.M., M. L. Cabrera, A. J. Franzluebbers, J.W. Gaskin, J.E. Gilley, R. Killorn, D. E. Radcliffe, W.E. Tollner, and H. Zhang. 2006. Land Application of Manure for Beneficial Reuse. Pp. 283-316, In Rice et al. (eds.), Animal Agriculture and the Environment: National Center for Manure and Animal Waste Management White Papers, ASABE, St. Joseph, MI.
  6. Moss, J.Q., G.E. Bell, M.A. Kizer, M.E. Payton, H. Zhang, and D.L. Martin. 2006. Reducing Nutrient Runoff from Golf Course Fairways Using Grass Buffers of Multiple Heights. Crop Science 46:72-80.

  7. Zhao, R., X. Chen, F. Zhang, H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, and V. Ro¨mheld. 2006. Fertilization and Nitrogen Balance in a Wheat–Maize Rotation System in North China. Agron. J. 98:938–945.


  1. Zhang, H., J.L. Schroder, J.K. Fuhrman, N.T. Basta, D. Storm, and M.E. Payton. 2005. Path and multiple regression analyses of phosphorus sorption capacity as affected by soil properties. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69: 96-106.

  2. Ye, W., J.C. Lorimor, C.R. Hurburgh, H. Zhang, and J. Hattey.  2005. Application of Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy for determination of nutrient contents in liquid and solid manures.  ASAE 48(5).

  3. Zhang, H., J.L. Schroder, J. Pittman, J.J. Wang, and M.E. Payton. 2005. Soil salinity using saturated paste and 1:1 soil to water extracts. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69:1146-1151.

  4. Walker, N.R., H. Zhang, and D.L. Martin. 2005. Potential management approaches for the sting nematode in bermudagrass sod production. Int. Turf. Soc. Res. J. 10:793-796.

  5. Davis, R., H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, J.J. Wang, and M. E. Payton. 2005. Soil characteristics and phosphorus level effects on phosphorus loss in runoff. J. Environ. Qual. 34:1640-1650.

  6. Woodward, J.E., N.R. Walker, J.W. Dillwith, H. Zhang, and D.L. Martin. 2005. The Influence of fungicides on a nematophagous fungus in simulated putting green soil. Annals of Appl. Bio. 146:115-121.

  7. Fuhrman J.K., H. Zhang, J. Shroder, R.L. Davis, and M. Payton. 2005. Water soluble phosphorus as affected by soil to extractant ratios, extraction time, and electrolyte. Commun. Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal. 36: 925-935.

  8. Pittman, J., H. Zhang, J.L. Schroder, and M.E. Payton. 2005. Differences of  phosphorus in Mehlich 3 extracts determined by colorimetric and spectroscopic methods. Commun. Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal. 36:1641-1659.

2004 and earlier

  1. Hopkins, A.A., D. Malinowski, H. Zhang, and D.W. Walker. 2004. Russian wildrye seedlings are sensitive to acidic soil. Crop Sci. 44:2187-2192.

  2. Zhang, H., J.L. Schroder, E.G. Krenzer, O.M. Kachurina, and M.E. Payton. 2004. Yield and quality of winter wheat forage as affected by lime rates. J. Forage and Grazinglands.

  3. Caddel, J., H. Zhang, and K. Wise. 2004.  Responses of Alfalfa, Red Clover, and White Clover to Soil pH and Lime Treatments. J. Forage and Grazinglands 10.1094.

  4. Davis, R.L., J.J. Patton, P.K. Teal, Y. Tang, M.T. Humphreys, J. Mosali, K. Girma, J.W. Lawles, S.M. Moges, A. Malapati, J. Si., H. Zhang, S. Deng, G.V. Johnson, R.W. Mullen, and W.R. Raun. 2003. Nitrogen balance in the Magruder Plots following 109 years in continuous winter wheat. J. of Pl. Nutrition 26: 1561-1580.

  5. Pote, D.H., J.A. Lory, and H. Zhang. 2003. Does initial P level affect soil test P response to applied P? Advances in Environment Research 7:503-509.

  6. Walker, N.R., C.L. Goad, H. Zhang, and D.L. Martin. 2002. Factors associated with populations of plant parasitic nematodes in bentgrass putting greens in Oklahoma. Plant Disease 86:764-768.

  7. Fuhlendorf, S.D., and H. Zhang, T. Tunnell, D.M. Engle and A. F. Cross. 2002. Effects of grazing on restoration of southern mixed prairie soils. Ecological Restoration Vol. 10:  401-407.

  8. Kaitibie, S., F.M. Epplin, E.G. Krenzer, and H. Zhang. 2002. Economics of lime and phosphorus application for dual-purpose winter wheat production in low-pH soils. Agron. J. 94:1139-1145.

  9. Zhang, H., and J.L. Kovar. 2000.  Phosphorus Fractionation. In G. Pierzynski (ed.), Methods of Phosphorus Analysis for Soils, Sediments, Residuals, and Waters. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin No. 396. pp. 50-59.

  10. Kachurina, O.M., H. Zhang, W.R. Raun, and E.G. Krenzer.  2000.  Simultaneous Determination of Soil Aluminum, Ammonium- and Nitrate-Nitrogen Using 1 M Potassium Chloride Extraction. Commun. in Soil Sci. and Plant Analysis. 31: 893-903.
  11. Zhang, H., and J.A. Hattey. 2000.  Open Vessel Microwave Digestion of Animal Waste Samples for Multi-element Analysis. Commun. in Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal. 31: 2959-2967.
  12. Millmier, A., J. Lorimor, C. Hurburgh, C. Fulhage, H. Person, J. Hattey, and H. Zhang.  2000.  Near-Infrared Sensing of Manure Nutrients.  ASAE Transactions 43: 903-908.
  13. Zhang, H., and P.R. Bloom. 1999. Dissolution kinetics of hornblende in organic acid solutions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 63:815-822.
  14. Zhang, H., L. Redmon, J.K. Fuhrman, and T. Springer. 1999. Quick nitrate test for hybrid sudangrass and pearlmillet hays. Commun. in Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal. 30: 1573-1582.
  15. Zhang, H., and P.R. Bloom. 1999. The pH dependence of hornblende dissolution. Soil Sci. 164:624-632.
  16. Zhang, H., G.V. Johnson, E.G. Krenzer, and R. Gribble. 1998. Soil testing for an economically and environmentally sound wheat production in Oklahoma.  Commun. Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal 29: 1707-1717.

  17. Zhang, H., D. Smeal, and J. Tomko.  1998. Nitrogen fertilization value of feedlot manure for irrigated corn production.  J. Plant Nutrition, 21:287-296.

  18. Raun, W.R., N.T. Basta, J.A. Hattey, H. Zhang, G.V. Johnson. 1998.  Changing departmental names from Agronomy to plant, crop and soil sciences. J. Nat. Resour. Life Sci. Educ. 27:113-116.
  19. Clapp, C. E., U. Mingelgrin, R. Liu, H. Zhang, and M. H. B. Hayes.   1997.  A quantitative estimation of complexation of small organic molecules with soluble humic acids. J. Environ. Qual. 26:1277-1281.

  20. Zhang, H., P. R. Bloom, E. A. Nater, and M. S. Erich.  1996.  Rates and stoichiometry of hornblende dissolution over 115 days of laboratory weathering at pH 3.6 to 4.0 and 25°C in 0.01 M lithium acetate.  Geochim Cosmochim Acta.  60:941-950.

  21. Zhang, H., D. Smeal, R.N. Arnold, and E.J. Gregory.  1996.  Potato nitrogen management by monitoring petiole nitrate level.  J. Plant Nutrition, 19: 1405-1412.

  22. Bloom, P.R., E.A. Nater, and H. Zhang. 1994. Reply to the Comment on "Changes in Surface Area and Dissolution Rates during Hornblende Dissolution at pH 4.0" Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 58:1851.

  23. Zhang, H., and P. Dotson.  1994.  The use of microwave muffle furnace for dry ashing plant tissue samples.  Commun. Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal. 25 (9&10): 1321-1327. 

  24. Smeal, D., and H. Zhang.  1994.  Chlorophyll meter evaluation for nitrogen management in corn production.  Commun. Soil Sci. and Pl. Anal.  25 (9&10): 1495-1503.

  25. Zhang, H., P.R. Bloom, and E.A. Nater.  1993 Changes in surface area during hornblende dissolution at pH 4.0.  Geochim Cosmochim Acta 57:1681-1689.

  26. Zhang, H., P.R. Bloom, and E.A. Nater.  1990.  Morphology and chemistry of hornblende dissolution products in acid solutions.  In L. A. Douglas (ed.), Soil Micromorphology: A Basic and Applied Science, Vol. 19, Developments in Soil Sci. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

  27. Thompson, M.L., H. Zhang, M. Kazemi, and J.A. Sandor.  1989.  Contribution of organic matter to cation exchange capacity and specific surface area of fractionated soil materials.  Soil Sci. 148:250-257.

  28. Zhang, H., M.L. Thompson, and J.A. Sandor.  1988.  Compositional differences in organic matter among cultivated and uncultivated Argiudolls and Hapludalfs derived from loess.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 52:216-222.

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