John Havlin

Professor Soil Fertility

Professor Soil Fertility

Professor Soil Fertility

2224 Williams Hall
Campus Box 7620
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7620

Office Phone: 919.513.4411
Email: john_havlin@ncsu.edu

Specialty: Soil Fertility
Nutrient management in vinifera production; P leaching potential in waste amended soils; assessment of variable nutrient management. Analyses of spatially distributed soil properties, field characteristics, and crop parameters with geographic information systems are emphasized. Leadership is provided in developing interdisciplinary research, extension, and academic programs in precision agriculture and the use of a GIS in problem-solving in production agriculture, environment, and natural resource management.

 

Publications

Academic

  • Havlin, J.L., S.L. Tisdale, W.L. Nelson, and J.D. Beaton. 2014. Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management: An Introduction to Nutrient Management. 8th Edition. 505 p. Pearson, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
  • Lindbo, D., J. Havlin, D. Kozlowski, C. Robinson. 2013. Know Soil, Know Life. p.1-13. In Lindbo et al.(eds). Know Soil Know Life. SSSA, Madison, WI.
  • Havlin, J, and B. Moebius-Clune. 2013. Chemical Properties of Soil: Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management. p.69-80. In Lindbo et al.(eds). Know Soil Know Life. SSSA, Madison, WI.
  • Szulczewski, M. Liesch, J. Havlin, D. Lindbo. 2013. Soils and Society. p.163-181. In Lindbo et al.(eds). Know Soil Know Life. SSSA, Madison, WI.

Extension

  • Havlin, J. 2014. Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management. Encyclopedia of Natural Resources. Taylor & Francis, New York, NY.
  • Havlin, J. 2013. Fertility. In S. Elias (ed.). Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Elsevier, Oxford, UK.

 

Research

  • Holland, S., A. Howard, J.L. Heitman, W. Giese, T. Sutton, A. Ben-Gal, N. Agam, J. Havlin, T.J. Sauer. 2014. Implications of an interrow cover crop for below-canopy water dynamics in a North Carolina vineyard. Agron. J.
  • Zilberman, D, B. Dale, P. Fixen, J. Havlin. 2013. Food, Fuel, and Plant Nutrient Use in the Future. p.24. Issue Paper 51. CAST, Ames, IA.
  • Holland, S., J.L. Heitman, A. Howard, T.J. Sauer, W. Giese, A. Ben-Gal, N. Agam, D. Kool, J. Havlin. 2013. Micro-Bowen ratio system for measuring evapotranspiration in a vineyard interrow. Agric. Forest Meteorology. 177:93-100.
  • Havlin, J.L., D.H. Hardy, R.J. Gehl, S.E. Spayd. 2012. Survey of Nutrient Status in Vitis vinifera Grapes in North Carolina. Comm.Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 43:299-314.
  • Crouse, D.A., and J.L. Havlin. 2011. Geographic Information and the Management of Animal Manure. In Clay and Shanahan (eds) GIS Applications in Agriculture, V2: Nutrient Management for Energy Efficiency. CRC Press.
  • Havlin, J., N. Balster, S. Chapman, D. Ferris, T. Thompson, and T. Smith. 2011. Trends in Soil Science Education and Employment. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74:1429-1432.
  • Drohan, P., J. Havlin, P. Megonigal, and H. Cheng. 2010. The “Dig It!” Smithsonian Soils Exhibition: Lessons Learned and Goals for the Future. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74: 697–705.
  • Megonigal, P., B. Stauffer, S. Starrs, A. Pekarik, P. Drohan, and J. Havlin. 2010. Dig It!: How an Exhibit Breathed Life into Soils Education. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74: 706–716.
  • Havlin, J.L., and R.W. Heiniger. 2009. Variable Fertilizer Application Decision Support Tool. Precision Agric. 10:356-369.