Judith Nyiraneza

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Research Scientist

My  research projects aim to:

 Better understand nitrogen and carbon cycling under diversified cropping systems;

 Identify strategies to enhance phosphorus use efficiency in acidic soils;

 Evaluate best management practices that enhance soil health under potato production systems.

Current research and/or projects

Using living laboratory approach to develop and transfer innovative soil and water quality BMPs in Prince Edward Island

Pulses to improve winter wheat production and sustainability in Eastern Canada

Improving crop production resiliency using innovative BMPs

State of soil and land of Canada: cost-effective methods of soil and soil landscape delivery

Assessing the effect of land use and agricultural management on the stability and resilience of soil food webs

Linking nutrient cycling and soil health in Canadian agroecosystems.

 

Atlantic soil health and diversity.

Potato early dying network

Research and/or project statements

Améliorer la santé des sols, l’efficacité de l’utilisation des éléments nutritifs et la productivité des cultures.

Education and awards

B. Sc. en agronomie

M. Sc. en science du sol et en phytologie

Ph. D. en science du sol et en science de l’environnement

Key publications

  1. McKenzie-Gopsill A, Mills A, Fraser T, Nyiraneza J (2022) Weed suppression of full-season cover crops in Atlantic Canada. CWSS/WSSA Joint Meeting, Feb 22-24th 2022, Online

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  2. Khakbazan, M., Nyiraneza, J., Jiang, Y., Huang J. 2021. Conservation tillage and cover crop management practices in potato production to improve soil health and profitability, July 26-28, 2021. Soil and Water Conservation Society 76th International Annual Conference, Virtual.

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  3. Nyiraneza, J., Bélanger, G., Benjannet, R., Ziadi, N., Cambouris, A., Fuller, K., Hann, S. (2021). Critical phosphorus dilution curve and the phosphorus-nitrogen relationship in potato. European Journal of Agronomy, [online] 123 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eja.2020.126205

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  4. Assess the effects of cover crops, residue tillage, nitrogen fertilizer management and irrigation on the farm level economic performance in potato rotation systems. Annual Living Labs Atlantic Canada Co-Development meeting, Jan. 27, 2021.

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  5. Parenteau, M.T., Gu, H., Zebarth, B.J., Cambouris, A.N., Lafond, J., Nelson, A., Nyiraneza, J., Davidson, C., Lagüe, M., Galvez, J.H., Strömvik, M.V., Tai, H.H. (2020). Data mining nitrogen-responsive gene expression for source-sink relations and indicators of n status in potato. Agronomy, [online] 10(10 October), http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/agronomy10101617

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  6. Benjannet, R., Nyiraneza, J., Khiari, L., Cambouris, A., Fuller, K., Hann, S., Ziadi, N. (2020). Potato response to struvite compared with conventional phosphorus fertilizer in Eastern Canada. Agronomy Journal, [online] 112(2), 1360-1376. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/agj2.20118

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  7. Nyiraneza, J., Thompson, B., He, J., Stiles, K., Geng, X., Jiang, Y., Fillmore, S. (2019). Long-Term Changes in Mehlich-3-Extractable Sulfur and Magnesium under Intensive Agriculture in Eastern Canada. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, [online] 50(20), 2505-2520. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2019.1667375

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  8. Smith, E. L., Vosman, A., Rodd, V., Kellman, L., Fuller, K., Nyiraneza, J., McDonald, B., Henry, R. Nov. 4-7, 2018. Simultaneous losses of nitrogen via water and air from agricultural cropping systems. American Society of Agronomy/Crop Science Society of America/Soil Science Society of America (ASA-CSSA-SSSA) International Annual Meeting: Enhancing Productivity in a Changing Climate. Baltimore, Maryland.

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  9. Benjannet, R., Khiari, L., Nyiraneza, J., Thompson, B., He, J., Geng, X., Stiles, K., Jiang, Y., Fillmore, S. (2018). Identifying environmental phosphorus risk classes at the scale of prince edward Island, Canada. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, [online] 98(2), 317-329. http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjss-2017-0076

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  10. Rodd, A.V., Smith, E., Fuller, K. , Burton, D., Anderson, S., Henry, R., McMullen, D., Grimmett, M., Khakbazan, M., Fillmore, S., Nyiraneza, J., Janes, D., Jenkins, S., Murray, B., MacDonald, B., Jiang, Y. and Pratt, W. 2017. Temperature Based Fall Plowing. CRDC / FRDC Seminar Series 2016 / 2017. January 18th.

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  11. Rodd, A.V., Anderson, S., Zoski, E., Lapen, D., Smith, E., KHakbazan, M., Henry, R., Murray, B., Grimmett, M., McMullen, D., Burton, D., Fillmore, S. Janes, D., Nyiraneza, J., Khakbazan, M., Kuehnbaum, A., Handyside, P., Jiang, Y. and Jenkins, S. 2017. Harrington Woodchip Denitrification Bio-reactors- What are they and why are we interested. CRDC/ FRDC Seminar Series 2016/2017 January 18th.

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  12. Morissette, R., Jégo, G., Bélanger, G., Qian, B., Nyiraneza, J., and Zebarth, B.J. (2016). "Assessment of the effect of climate change on potato growth in eastern Canada with the STICS soil-crop model.", CSBE/SCGAB 2016 Annual Conference, Halifax, Canada, 3-6 July, 2016.

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  13. Morissette, R., Jégo, G., Bélanger, G., Cambouris, A.N., Nyiraneza, J., Zebarth, B.J. (2016). Simulating potato growth and nitrogen uptake in eastern Canada with the STICS model. Agronomy Journal, [online] 108(5), 1853-1868. http://dx.doi.org/10.2134/agronj2016.02.0112

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  14. Morissette, R., Jégo, G., Bélanger, G., Cambouris, A. N., Nyiraneza, J., & Zebarth, B. J. 2016. Simulating Potato Growth and Nitrogen Uptake in Eastern Canada with the STICS Model. Agronomy Journal, 108(5), 1853-1868.

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  15. Rodd, V., Mills, A., Zebarth, B., Smith, E., Nyiraneza, J., Grimmett, M., Khakbazan, M., Mohr, R., Fillmore, S. and Jiang, Y. Jan. 29, 2016. Spring vs fall plowing research. PEI Federation of Agriculture Annual Meeting. Charlottetown, PEI.

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  16. Jiang, Y., Nyiraneza, J., Zebarth, B.J., Murray, B., Khakbazan, M., and Fuller, K.D. (2015). "Postponding forage plowing from fall to spring enhances groundwater quality and economic resiliency of potato production.", 9th World Potato Congress, Beijing, China, July 28-30, 2015. (Poster)

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  17. Morissette, R., Jégo, G., Bélanger, G., Cambouris, A.N., Nyiraneza, J., and Zebarth, B.J. (2015). "Simulating potato growth and nitrogen uptake in eastern Canada with the STICS crop model.", SSSA 2015.

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  18. Jiang, Y., Nyiraneza, J., and Zebarth, B.J. (2015). "Challenges and BMP opportunities for improving water quality and economic resiliency of potato production in Eastern Canada.", 2015 World Potato Congress, Beijing, China, July 28-30, 2015.

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  19. Mills, A.A.S., Breune, I., Noronha, C., Nyiraneza, J., Parent, G., and Rodd, A.V. (2015). "Intercropping grains, oilseeds and row crops with forage species to enhance cropping system sustainability.", 5th International Symposium for Farming Systems Design, Montpellier, France, September 7-10, 2015.

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  20. Jiang, Y., Nyiraneza, J., Murray, B., Khakbazan, M., Grimmett, M.G., Somers, G.H., and Thompson, B. (2015). "Spring plowing enhances water quality and potato production.", 2015 Stakeholders Day, Harrington, PEI, Canada, July 14, 2015. (Poster)

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Research facility

440 University Avenue
Charlottetown, PE C1A 4N6
Canada

Affiliations

  • Canadian Society of Soil Science (CSSS)

  • Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)

  • Potato Association of America (PAA)

Language

English
French

Other languages

Italian