Publications & Awards
Kodati S, Adesemoye AO, Yuen GY, Volesky JD, Everhart SE. (2021) Origin of agricultural plant pathogens: Diversity and pathogenicity of Rhizoctonia fungi associated with native prairie grasses in the Sandhills of Nebraska. PLOS ONE 16(4): e0249335. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0249335
Grant awarded to Travis Mulliniks and Mitch Stephenson. 2021. Improving production through the development of precision rangeland management technologies. USDA-ARS, $2,250,000
Grant awarded to Yijie Xiong and Travis Mulliniks. 2021. Optimizing rangeland cow-calf production with precision livestock management tools. USDA-NIFA ARD Hatch Multistate Enhanced Program, $150,000.
GSL Researcher Contributions
TL Meyer: 308-645-2267 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Travis Mulliniks: 308-696-6707 or email@example.com
Jacki Musgrave: 308-544-6515 or firstname.lastname@example.org
John Nollette: 308-544-6515 or email@example.com
Jerry Volesky: 308-696-6710 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact GSL at 308-544-6430 or visit gsl.unl.edu
The GSL Researcher is designed and co-edited by TL Meyer, Beef Extension Educator, Thedford, and Jacki Musgrave, Research Technologist III, GSL, Whitman. It is published in the spring and fall of each year.
Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory
The Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory (GSL) is a research ranch located in the heart of the Nebraska Sandhills. It is comprised of 11,600 acres of upland native range and 1,200 acres of subirrigated meadow. It was gifted to the University of Nebraska Foundation in 1978.
Since GSL’s inception, research and educational programs have become more ecologically diverse and team oriented. Joint projects with animal, range, soil, veterinary, economics, entomology, geology, hydrology, forestry and wildlife have increased our understanding of the Sandhill's ecosystem. This has resulted in advances in range livestock nutrition, beef cattle reproduction, grazing systems, rangeland ecology, low cost cattle management, groundwater issues, and wildlife management.
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