Assistant Professor, Soil Fertility and Sustainable Agriculture
My research area is best management practices in agriculture. My focus is to improve nutrient use efficiency and reduce their loss. I am interested in using the old philosophy of nutrient recommendation with current precision agriculture tools to improve crop yield and quality. My goal is to develop economic nutrient recommendation models to reduce fertilizer use and improve crop yield.
My focus is on revising and refining Best Management Practices (BMP) drawing on my research findings. My goal is to educate agriculture stakeholders about BMP for soil fertility, slow-release nitrogen fertilizers, and economic-based fertilizer recommendations, among other production considerations.
Sharma, L.K.; Bu, H.; Denton, A.; Franzen, D.W. Active-Optical Sensors Using Red NDVI Compared to Red Edge NDVI for Prediction of Corn Grain Yield in North Dakota, U.S.A. Sensors 2015, 15, 27832-27853.
Sharma, L.K.; Bali, S.K. A Review of Methods to Improve Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Agriculture. Sustainability 2018, 10, 51.
Sharma, L.K.; Bali, S.K.; Zaeen, A.A. A Case Study of Potential Reasons of Increased Soil Phosphorus Levels in the Northeast United States. Agronomy 2017, 7, 85.
Soil and Water Sciences Department
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University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611
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