Selected Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2023 Frequent defoliation of perennial legume-grass bicultures alters soil carbon dynamicsPlant and Soil: international journal on plant-soil relationships.  490:423-434. 2023
2023 Relative uptake of organic and inorganic nitrogen by common weed speciesWeed Science.  71:470-477. 2023
2023 Effects of soil amendments on hairy vetch no‐till interseeded into a hayfieldAgronomy Journal.  115:887-895. 2023
2022 Tarping Cover Crops Facilitates Organic No-till Cabbage Production and Suppresses WeedsHortscience.  57:508-515. 2022
2022 Evaluating warm-season annual forages to fill summer forage gaps in short-season climatesCrop, Forage and Turfgrass Management.  8. 2022
2022 Identifying optimal early‐season harvest timing in annual fall foragesCrop, Forage and Turfgrass Management.  8. 2022
2022 Seed size variability has implications for achieving cover cropping goalsAGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL LETTERS.  7. 2022
2021 Winter annual forage mass-nutritive value trade-offs are affected by harvest timingCrop, Forage and Turfgrass Management.  7. 2021
2020 Investigating tarps to facilitate organic no-till cabbage production with high-residue cover cropsRenewable Agriculture and Food Systems.  35:227-233. 2020
2020 Are Cover Crop Mixtures Better at Suppressing Weeds than Cover Crop Monocultures?Weed Science.  68:186-194. 2020
2020 Effects of expanding functional trait diversity on productivity and stability in cultivar mixtures of perennial ryegrassAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment.  287:106691-106691. 2020
2018 Environmental Correlates with Germinable Weed Seedbanks on Organic Farms Across Northern New EnglandWeed Science.  66:78-93. 2018
2016 In-Season and Carry-Over Effects of Cover Crops on Productivity and Weed SuppressionAgronomy Journal.  108:1624-1635. 2016
2015 Effects of Living Mulch and Fertilizer on the Performance of Broccoli in PlasticultureHortscience.  50:218-224. 2015
2015 Performance of High Tunnel Tomato Cultivars in Northern New EnglandHortTechnology.  25:139-146. 2015
2015 Cover-Crop Species as Distinct Biotic Filters in Weed Community AssemblyWeed Science.  63:282-295. 2015
2014 Cultivar diversity as a means of ecologically intensifying dry matter production in a perennial forage standEcosphere.  5:1-12. 2014
2014 Increased productivity of a cover crop mixture is not associated with enhanced agroecosystem services.PLoS ONE.  9:e97351. 2014

Education And Training

  • B.A. Biology, Wheaton College
  • M.S. Natural Resources/Conservation, University of New Hampshire
  • Full Name

  • Nicholas Warren