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									                                       CURRICULUM VITAE
NAME: ROBERT M. HAYES

POSITION:           Professor
                    Department of Plant Sciences and Landscape Systems
                    University of Tennessee
                    West Tennessee Experiment Station
                    Jackson, Tennessee 38301


I.           PERSONAL DATA:

             Date of Birth:   Aug. 7, 1945                 Married: Kathryn Morris Hayes
                                                           Children: Shondra, Nathan, and Nicholas
             Place of Birth: Parsons, Tennessee

             Present Address:     217 Medon-Malesus Rd.           Phone: 731-423-0942 (home)
                                  Medon, TN 38356                 Phone: 731-425-4769 (work)
                                                                  Email: rhayes1@utk.edu
II.          EDUCATION

             Degree      Major Field         Institution                        Date

             PhD.        Agronomy            University of Illinois             1974
             B.S.        Agriculture         University of Tennessee            1968
                                             University of Tennessee, Martin    1964-66

III.         EXPERIENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION

       A. Positions held.

             1. Oct 1, 2002 - present. Director, West Tennessee Research & Education Center
                Directing operation of Center with staff of 40 individuals (10 resident scientists)
                and budgets of $1.4 million, while continuing to serve as weed scientist.

             2. Apr 1, 2002-Sep 30, 2002. Interim Superintendent, West Tennessee Experiment
                Station Directing operation of station with staff of 40 individuals (10 resident
                scientists) and a budgets of $1.4 million, while continuing to serve as weed
                scientist conducting more than 60 weed control experiments.

             3.   1989-present. Professor. University of Tennessee, Department of Plant
                  Sciences and Landscape Systems (formerly Plant and Soil Sciences).
                  Responsible for weed management in agronomic crops. Research program
                  primarily involves the development of weed management programs for no-tillage
                  systems. Directing graduate student research and mentoring undergraduate
                  students are additional roles.

             4.   1980-1989. Associate Professor. University of Tennessee, Department of Plant
                  and Soil Science. Responsible for Weed Control Research Program in western
                part of state. Research program primarily involved the development of weed
                control systems for economic row crops.

           5.. 1978-1980. Assistant Professor. University of Tennessee, Department of Plant
               and Soil Science. Responsible for Weed Control Research Program in western
               part of state. Research program primarily involved the development of weed
               control systems for economic row crops.

           6.   1974-1978. Assistant Professor. University of Kentucky. Agronomy
                Department. Responsible for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in
                Weed Science. Agronomy Club Advisor. Directing graduate student research.
                Research in weed control and biological activity and fate of herbicides.

           7.   1968-1974. Graduate Research Assistant. Agronomy Department, University of
                Illinois, Urbana.

      B. Courses Taught

           Agron 371 Introduction to Weed Science, Univ. of KY, 4 Semesters
           Agron 562 Advanced Weed Science, Univ. of KY, 2 Semesters
           Toxicology of Pesticides, 1/3 Semester
           PSS 593 Weed Science and the Environment, UT Evening School, Spr 1993
           Weed Control in Vegetable Crops, Spring 1994 (Short Course for Pictsweet
           Employees)
           International Food and Fiber Systems, Agriculture 295, 3 hr credit, 29 students
           (Guest lecturer, March 22, 2001).

IV.        INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

           International Experience:

           1969 - 71 US Army, Germany
           1983 - Ludwigshafen and Mannheim, Germany. BASF Crop Protection Seminar.
                  Invited Speaker
           1990 - Santa Marta, Colombia. International Cotton Advisory Council, Cotton
                  Conference, Invited Speaker
           1992 - Paris and Lyon, France. Rhone-Poulenc/Calgene Seminar on Genetically
                  Engineered Cotton. Invited Speaker.
           1996 - Buenos Aires, Argentina, Consulting Tour on Conservation Tillage Agriculture,
                  by the Foundation for Producer Conservation
           1998 - Monheim/Leverkusen, Germany. Bayer Crop Protection Seminar and
                  Agriculture Tour. Invited Speaker
           2001 - British Crop Protection Council Conference - Weeds, Brighton, England

           Professional Development:
           1998-99 - ESCOP/ACOP Leadership Program Graduate Class 8
           1999 - Herbicide Action Short Course Graduate, Purdue University
           2004 - Managing Multiple Objectives Seminar, August 3, 2004, Memphis, TN
           2006 – WestStar Leadership Training, January – May 2006
     Certifications

     Noncommercial Pesticide Applicator, Commonwealth of KY, Dep. Nat. Res. And
     Enviorn. Prot., 31 Dec 1981

     Commercial Pesticide Applicator, Tenn. Dep. Of Agric., Restricted Use Cat. C10, exp
     10-21-07

     Asbestos Awareness, A SkillSoft Company. Certificate # 588716

     CPR and First Aid

     SPCC training certification

V.   PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS:

     A. Book Chapters:

         Hayes, R. M. 2000. Weed management in conservation tillage cotton. In
         Conversation Tillage Systems and Management. MWPS-45 Second Edition,
         2000 Mid-West Plans Service, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011-3080

         Mueller, T. C., J. E. Massey, R. M. Hayes, C. L. Main. 2005. Glyphosate
         resistant horseweed (Conyza canadensis L. Cronq.) in Tennessee. In: J. M.
         Clark and H. Ohkawa, ed. Environmental Fate and Safety Management of Agro
         Chemicals. Washington D.C.: American Chemical Society. Pp. 273-279.

     B. Refereed Publications:

         1. Wax, L. M., R. L. Bernard, and R. M. Hayes. 1974. Response of soybean
         cultivars to bentazon, bromoxynil, chloroxuron, and 2,4-D. Weed Sci. 22:35-42.

         2. Hayes, R. M. and L. M. Wax. 1975. Differential intraspecific response of
         soybean cultivars to bentazon. Weed Sci. 23:516-21.

         3. Hayes, R. M., K. V. Yeargan, W. W. Witt, and H. G. Raney. 1979. Interaction
         of selected insecticide-herbicide combinations on soybeans (Glycine Max).
         Weed Sci. 27:51-54.

         4. Hayes, R. M., P. E. Hoskinson, J. R. Overton, and L. S. Jeffery. 1981. Effects
         of consecutive annual applications of fluometuron on cotton [Gossypium
         hirsutum] Weed Sci. 29:120-123.

         5. Lentz, G. L., A. Y. Chambers, and R. M. Hayes. 1983. Effects of systemic
         insecticides on mid-season pest and predator populations in soybeans. J. Econ.
         Ento. 76:1-5.

         6. Williams, C. S. and R. M. Hayes. 1984. Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense)
         competition in soybeans (Glycine max.). Weed Sci. 32: 498-501.
7. Lentz, G. L., R. M. Hayes, and A. Y. Chambers. 1985. Interaction of
insecticide-nematicides, metribuzin, and environment on soybean injury and
yield. J. Econ. Entomol. 78:1217-1221.

8. Roberts, R. K. and R. M. Hayes. 1989. Decision criterion for Profitable
Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) Management in Soybeans (Glycine max).
Weed Technol. 3:44-47.

9. Brown, B. A., R. M. Hayes, D. D. Tyler, and T. C. Mueller. 1994. Effect of
tillage and cover crop on fluometuron adsorption and degradation under
controlled conditions. Weed Sci. 42:629-634.

10. Brown, B. A. R. M. Hayes, D. D. Tyler, and T. C. Mueller. 1996. Effect of
longterm cover crop and tillage system on fluometuron dissipation from surface
soil. Weed Sci. 44:171-175.

11. Harrison, M. A. , R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 1996. Environment affects
cotton and velvetleaf response to pyrithiobac. Weed Sci. 44(2):241-247.

12. Shankle, M. W., R. M. Hayes, V. H. Reich, and T. C. Mueller. 1996. MSMA
and pyrithiobac effects on cotton development, yield, and quality. Weed Sci.44:
137-142.

13. Mueller, T. C. and R. M. Hayes. 1996. Effect of thiazopyr on soybean growth
and dissipation in soil. Weed Sci. 44(3):694-697.

14. Kirksey, K.B., R. M. Hayes, W.A. Krueger, C.A. Mullins, and T.C. Mueller.
1996. Clomazone dissipation in two Tennessee soils. Weed Sci. 44(4):959-963.

15. Willian, W. T., T. C. Mueller, R. M. Hayes, C. E. Snipes and D. C. Bridges.
1997. Dissipation and Movement of Fluometuron in Three Southern Soils. Weed
Sci. 45:183-189

16. Willian, W. T., T. C. Mueller, R. M. Hayes, C. E. Snipes and D. C. Bridges.
1997. Norflurazon Adsorption, Dissipation and movement in Three Southern
Soils. Weed Sci. 45:301-306.

17. Mueller, T. C. and R. M. Hayes. 1997. Effect of Tillage and Soil-applied
herbicides on Broadleaf Signalgrass Control in Corn. Weed Technol. 11:832-837.

18. Larson, J. A., R. M. Hayes C. O. Gwathmey, R. K. Roberts, and D. C.
Gerloff.1997. Economic Analysis of the Harvest-Aid Decision for Cotton in West
Tennessee. J. Prod. Agric. 10 (3): 385-393.

19. Larson, J. A., R. M. Hayes, R. K. Roberts, C. O. Gwathmey, D. C. Gerloff.
1997. Economic Evaluation of Applying a Harvest-Aid Followed by a Once-Over
Harvest for Cotton in West Tennessee. Journal of Agricultural and Applied
Economics 28(1):226
20. Gwathmey, C. O. and R. M. Hayes 1998. Harvest-aid interaction under
different temperature regimes in field-grown cotton. J. Cotton Sci.1:1-26.


21. McKinley, T.L., R. K. Roberts, R. M. Hayes and B. C. English 1999.
Economic comparison of herbicides for johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense)
control in glyphosate-tolerant soybean (Glycine max). Weed Technol. 13:30-36.

22. Roberts, R. K.., R. Pendergrass, and R. M. Hayes. 1999. Economic analysis
of alternatives herbicides on Roundup Ready™ soybeans. J. Prod. Agric.12:449-
454.

23. Gallaher, K.L., T.C. Mueller, R.M. Hayes, O. Schwartz, and M. Barrett. 1999.
Absorption, translocation, and metabolism of primisulfuron and nicosulfuron in
broadleaf signalgrass (Brachiaria platyphylla) Weed Sci. 47:8-12.

24. Willian, W.T., T.C. Mueller, R.M. Hayes, D.C. Bridges, and C.C. Snipes.
1999. Comparison of PRZM and GLEAMS Computer Model Predicitions with
Field Data for Fluometuron and Norflurazon Behavior in Soil. Weed Technol.
13:561-570.

25. Ohmes, G.A, R.M. Hayes, and T.C. Mueller. 2000. Sulfentrazone dissipation
in a Tennessee soil. Weed Technol. 14:100-106.

26. Etheridge, R.E., W.E. Hart, R. M. Hayes, and T.C. Mueller. 2001. Effect of
venturi-type nozzles and application volume on postemergence herbicide
efficacy. Weed Technol. 15:75-80.

27. Howard, D. D., M. Essington, R. M. Hayes and W. Percell. 2001. Potassisum
fertilization of conventional and no-till cotton. Journ. Cotton Science 5:197-205

28. Ashburn-Poppell, C.A., R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 2002. Dissipation of
nicosulfuron and rimsulfuron in surface soil. J. Agric. Food Chem. 50:4581-4585.

29. Larson, J.A.., C.O. Gwathmey, and R. M. Hayes. 2002. Cotton defoliation
and harvest timing effects on yields, quality, and net revenues. J. Cotton
Science. J. Cotton Sci. 6:13-27.

30. Mueller, T. C. J. E. Massey, R. M. Hayes, and C. L Main. 2003. Shikimate
accumulates in both glyphodate-sensitive and glyphosate-resistant horseweed
(Conyza canadensis L. Cronq.) J. Agric. Food Chem. 51: 680-684

31. Hermann, J. E. R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 2002. Pendimethalin and
flumetralin degradation under controlled conditions in four soils. J. Tobacco Sci.,
44:35-40

32. Tredaway-Ducar, Joyce, G. D. Morgan, J.B. Wilkerson, W. E. Hart, R. M.
Hayes, and T.C. Mueller. 2003. Site-specific weed management in corn (Zea
mays). Weed Technol. 17:711-717.
33. Larson, J. A., C.O. Gwathmey, R.K. Roberts and R.M. Hayes. 2004 Effects of
Plant Population Density on Net Returns from Ultra -Narrow-Row Cotton. J.
Cotton Sci. 8:69-82 @ http://journal.cotton.org.

34. Main, C. L., T. C. Mueller, R. M. Hayes, and J. B. Wilkerson. 2004.
Response of Selected Horseweed (Conyza canadensis (L.) Cronq.) Populations
to Glyphosate. J. Agric. & Food Chem. 52:879-883.

35. Koger, C.H., D.H. Poston, R.M. Hayes, and R.F. Montgomery. 2004.
Glyphosate-resistant horseweed (Conyza canadensis) in Mississippi. Weed
Technol. 18: 820-825.

36. Main, C.L., T.C. Mueller, R.M. Hayes, J.W. Wilcut, T. F. Peeper, R.E. Talbert,
and W.W. Witt. 2004. Sulfentrazone persistence in Southern Soils: Bioavailable
concentration and Effect on a Rotational Crop. Weed Technol. 18:346-352.

37. Alford, J. L., R.M. Hayes, G.N. Rhodes, L.E. Steckel and T.C. Mueller. 2004.
Broadleaf signalgrass (Brachiaria platyphylla) interference in corn (Zea mays).
Weed Sci. 53:97-100.

38. Larson, J. A, C. O. Gwathmey and R. M. Hayes. 2005. Defoliation Timing
and Desiccation Effects on Net Revenues from Ultra-Narrow Row Cotton. J.
Cotton Sci. 9:204-214

39. Steckel, L., C. Craig, and R. M. Hayes. 2006. Glyphosate-Resistant
Horseweed (Conyza canadensis) control with Glufosinate Prior to Planting in No-
till cotton. Weed Technol. 20:1047-1051

40. Donald, P., R. Hayes and E. Walker. 2006. Soybean cyst nematode
reproduction during noncrop period. Plant Health Prog. Feb 2007
http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/sub/php/research/2007/scn/

41. Steckel, L. E., R. M. Hayes, R. F. Montgomery and T. C. Mueller. 2006. An
evaluation of glyphosate treatments on Roundup Ready alfalfa for crop injury and
feed quality. (accepted)

42. Main, C.L., L.E. Steckel, R.M. Hayes, and T.C. Mueller. 2006. Biotic and
abiotic factors influence horseweed emergence. Weed Sci. 54:1101-1105

43. Steckel, L. E., C. C. Craig, R. M. Hayes and D. K. Miller. 2007. Response of
three nonglufosinate-resistant cotton varieties to reduced rates of glufosinate.
Weed Technol. (In review).

44. Lins, R. D., C. M. Cole, R. P. Affeldt, F. B. Colquhoun, C. A. Mallory-Smith,
R. A. Hines, L. E. Steckel and R. M. Hayes. 2007. Glyphosate application
timing and rate for annual ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) cover crop desiccation.
Weed Technol. (In Press).

45. May, O.L., A.S. Culpepper, R.E. Cerny, C.B. Coots, C.B. Corkern, J.T. Cothren, K.A.
Croon, K.L. Ferreira, J.L. Hart, R.M. Hayes, S.A. Huber, A.B. Martens, W.B.
McCloskey, M.E. Oppenhuizen, M.G. Patterson, D.B. Reynolds, Z.W. 46. 46. 46.
        Shappley, J. Subramani, T.K. Witten, A.C. York, and B.G. Mullinix
        Jr. "Transgenic cotton with improved resistance to glyphosate herbicide." Crop
        Science 44.1 (Jan-Feb 2004): 234(7). Academic OneFile. Gale. TEL AONE
        Access from Google Scholar. 4 Nov. 2008
        <http://find.galegroup.com/itx/start.do?prodId=AONE>.

        46. Bailey, W.A., J.W. Wilcut, and R.M. Hayes. Weed management, fiber
        quality, and net returns in no-tillage transgenic and nontransgenic cotton
        (Gossypium hirsutum). Weed Technol. 17:117-126

C.   Research Reports:

        1. Hayes, R. M., J. R. Overton, L. S. Jeffery, J. T. Connell and T. C. McCutchen.
        1979. Cocklebur control in soybeans with Basagran, Blazer, and Dyanap. Tenn.
        Farm and Home Sci. 109:2-6.

        2. Jeffery, L. S., T. C. McCutchen, J. R. Overton, and R. M. Hayes. 1980.
        Weed control in double-cropped no-tilled soybeans planted in wheat stubble.
        Tenn. Farm and Home Sci. 114:11-15.

        3. Graves, C. R., T. C. McCutchen, L. S. Jeffery, J. R. Overton, and R. M.
        Hayes. 1980. Soybean-wheat cropping systems: Evaluation of planting
        methods, varieties, row spacing, and weed control. Univ. of Tenn. Agri. Exp. Sta.
        Bul. 697.

        4. Hayes, R. M. 1981. Weed control in no-till soybeans. Proc. Am. Soybean
        Assn. Innovations 80's. pp. 45-50.

        5. Jeffery, L. S., R. M. Hayes, and B. J. Trevena. 1981. Economic analysis of
        alternatives for using paraquat for weed control in no-till double-cropped
        soybeans. Tenn. Farm and Home Sci. 118:16-21.

        6. Jeffery, L. S, R. M. Hayes, J. R. Evans, T. D. Cordrey, D. L. Coffey, and J. R.
        Overton. 1981. Herbicide evaluation for weed control, 1980. UT AES Res. Rep.
        81-12. 109 p.

        7. Jeffery, L. S., R. M. Hayes, J. R. Evans, D. L. Coffey, and J. R. Overton.
        1982. Herbicide evaluation for weed control, 1981. UT AES Res. Rep. 82-08.
        116 p.

        8. Hayes, R. M. and C. S. Williams. 1982. Johnsongrass time of removal and
        competition in soybeans. In Conference Proceeding of Herbicide and Plant
        Growth Regulator Research Conference, Limburgerhof, West Germany. pp.
        74-84.

        9. Hayes, R. M., B. D. Sims, and L. S. Jeffery. 1982. Postemergence
        johnsongrass and selected annual grass control in conventional soybeans.
        Tenn. Farm and Home Sci. 124:14-16.
10. Jeffery, L. S., R. M. Hayes, J. R. Evans, D. L. Coffey, and J. R. Overton.
1983. Herbicide evaluation for weed control, 1982. UT AES Res. Rep. 83-07.
112 p.

11. Hayes, R. M. 1983. No-till weed problems and challenges in the Upper
South. p. 26-29 in Proc. Sixth Annual Southeastern No-Till Systems Conference
ed. J. Jared et al, University of Tenn., Knoxville. 73 pp.

12. Jeffery, L. S., R. M. Hayes, J. R. Evans, D. L. Coffey, and P. E. Hoskinson.
1984. Herbicide evaluation for weed control, 1983. UT AES Res. Rep. 84-08.
101 p.

13. Hayes, R. M., L. S. Jeffery, D. L. Coffey, C. A. Mullins, P. E. Hoskinson, and
Mark Parsley. 1985. Herbicide evaluation for weed control, 1984. UT AES Res.
Rep. 85-05. 110 p.

14. Hayes, R. M. 1984. Controlling problem broadleaf weeds in soybeans.
Proc. 36th Illinois Custom Spray Operators Training School Manual. pp. 69-71.

15. Hayes, R. M. 1984. Controlling perennial grass weeds in soybeans. Proc.
36th Illinois Custom Spray Operators Training School Manual. pp. 100-101.

16. Hayes, R. M. 1986. Weed control options for no-till soybeans. pp. 16-21.
In Proc. Second Annual Tri-State No-Till Conf., Evansville, IN. 19 February
1986. American Soybean Assn., St. Louis, MO.

17. Hayes, R. M., A. Y. Chambers, C. R. Graves and G. N. Rhodes, Jr. 1986.
Differential responses of soft red winter wheat cultivars to metribuzin. Tenn.
Farm and Home Sci. 138:3-6.

18. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., R. M. Hayes, M. L. Thornton, G. A. Mitchell and D. D.
Howard. 1986. Weed Control Investigations in Corn and Grain Sorghum, 1986.
UT AES Res. Rep. 86-21, 75 pp.

19. Annual morningglory control in soybeans. Tenn. Farm and Home Sci.
142:21-24.

20. Ashburn, E. L. and R. M. Hayes. 1987. Alfalfa weed control. Proc.
Southeastern Forage and Grassland Conference. p. 13-14. Greenville, TN.

21. Hayes, R. M., P. E. Hoskinson, and G. A. Mitchell. 1987. Evaluation of
herbicides, growth regulators, and harvest aids for cotton production in
Tennessee, 1986. UT AES Res. Rep. 87-10, 39 pp.

22. Hayes, R. M., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., G. A. Mitchell, M. L. Thornton, C. R.
Graves, and D. D. Howard. 1987. Weed control evaluations in wheat,1985-86.
UT AES Res. Rep. 87-07, 40 pp.

23. Hayes, R. M. and G. N. Rhodes, Jr., G. A. Mitchell and M. L. Thornton. 1987.
Weed control evaluations for soybeans in Tennessee, 1986. UT AES Res.
Rep.87-11, 113 pp.
24. Hayes, R. M., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., G. A. Mitchell and M. L. Thornton. 1988.
Weed control evaluations for soybeans in Tennessee. UT AES Res. Rep. 88-
03, 138 pp.

25. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., R. M. Hayes, M. L. Thornton, and G. A. Mitchell. 1988.
Weed control investigations in corn and grain sorghum. 1987. UT AES Res.
Rep. 88-04, 68 pp.

26. Hayes, R. M., P. E. Hoskinson, and G. A. Mitchell. 1988. Herbicide
evaluation for weed control in cotton. 1987. UT AES Res. Rep. 88-05, 51 pp.

27. Hayes, R. M., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., G. A. Mitchell and M. L. Thornton. 1989.
Weed control evaluations for soybeans in Tennessee, 1988. UT AES Res. Rep.
89-05, 121 pp.

28. Rhodes, G. N. Jr., R. M. Hayes, M. L. Thornton, and G. A. Mitchell. 1989.
Weed control investigations in corn and grain sorghum, 1988. UT AES Res.
Rep. 89-06. 118 pp.

29.Hayes, R. M., P. E. Hoskinson, and G. A. Mitchell. 1989. Herbicide
evaluations for weed control in cotton, 1988. UT AES Res. Rep. 89-03. 89 pp.

30. Hayes, R. M. 1989. Controlling hard to kill morningglories in cotton. Proc.
Beltwide Cotton Prod. Conf. p. 34-36.

31. Hayes, R. M. 1990. Johnsongrass control in corn and soybeans. p. 55-59.
In New Trends in Agriculture, 1990. University of Missouri, Columbia.

32. Hayes, R. M., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., M. L. Thornton, and P. A. Richard. 1990.
Weed control evaluation in soybeans in Tennessee, 1989. UT AES Res. Rep.
90-06. 122 p.

33. Hayes, R. M., P. E. Hoskinson, and P. A. Richard. 1990. Herbicide
evaluations for weed control in cotton, 1989. UT AES Res. Rep. 90-08. 64 p.

34. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., R. M. Hayes, M. L. Thornton, and P. A. Richard. 1990.
Weed control investigations in corn, 1989. UT AES Res. Rep. 90-12. 143 p.

35. Roberts, R. K., L. A. Johnson, and R. M. Hayes. 1990. Profitable
johnsongrass control in soybeans. Tennessee Farm and Home Sci. Fall 1990.

36. Hayes, R. M. 1990. Bases para un control eficiente de malezas en el cultivo
de algodon. Segundo Fora Technologico de Algodon. Santa Marta, Colombia.

37. Hayes, R. M. 1991. Efficacy and management of herbicides in cowpea
production and comparison of intensive and standard management for cowpeas.
p. 33-43. In J. E. Wyatt (ed.) 1990 Research Results on Cowpeas and Snap
Beans. UT AES Res. Rep. 91-10.
38. Krueger, W. A., R. M. Hayes, K. B. Kirksey, and P. A. Brawley. 1991. Weed
control investigations in corn, 1990. UT AES Res. Rep. 91-02.

39. Hayes, R. M., W. A. Krueger, K. B. Kirksey, and P. A. Brawley. 1991. Weed
control evaluations in soybean in Tennessee, 1990. UT AES Res. Rep. 91-04.

40. Hayes, R. M., P. E. Hoskinson, and P. A. Brawley. 1991. Weed control and
harvest aid evaluation in cotton, 1990.

41. Roberts, R. K., L. A. Johnson, and R. M. Hayes. 1990. Profitable
johnsongrass control in soybeans. Tenn. Farm and Home Sci. 155:20-24.

42. W. A. Krueger, R. M. Hayes, P. A. Brawley, and K. B. Kirksey. 1992. Weed
control evaluations in corn, 1991. U.T. AES 91-30.

43. Hayes, R. M., W. A. Krueger, K. B. Kirksey, and P. A. Brawley. 1992. Weed
control evaluations in soybean in Tennessee, 1991. UT AES Res. Rep. 92-02.

44. Hayes, R. M., W. A. Krueger, T. C. Mueller, K. B. Kirksey, P. A. Brawley, and
W. T. Willian. Herbicide evaluation for weed control. UT AES Spec. Pub. 92-02.

45. Hayes, R. M., W. A. Krueger, K. B. Kirksey, and P. A. Brawley. Weed control
evaluation in soybeans. 1993 UTAES Res. Rep. 93-12.

46. Krueger, W. A., R. M. Hayes, K. B. Kirksey and P. A. Brawley. 1993. Weed
control investigations in corn. 1993. UTAES Res. Rep. 93-10.

47. Mueller, T. C., R. M. Hayes, and W. A. Krueger. Nicosulfuron and
primisulfuron activity in two Tennessee soils. 1993. Tennessee Farm and Home
Sci. 167:17-21.

48. Hayes, R. M., W. A. Krueger, T. C. Mueller, P. A. Brawley, K. B. Kirksey, and
W. T. Willian. 1994. Weed control evaluations for soybeans in Tennessee,
1993. UTAES Res. Rep. 94-09.

49. Krueger, W. A., R. M. Hayes, T. C. Mueller, K. B. Kirksey, P. A. Brawley, and
W. T. Willian. 1994. Weed control investigations in corn 1993. UTAES Res. Rep.
94-08.

50. Mueller, T. C., R. M. Hayes, and W. A. Krueger. 1994. Weed science in
Tennessee. Tenn. Farm and Home Sci. 172: 44-46.

51. Hayes, R. M. 1995. Weed and cover crop management in conservation
tillage cotton. Pages 69-70 in D. A. Richter and J. Armour, eds. Proc. Beltwide
Coton Conf. San Antonio, TX, Jan 4-7, 1995. Nat. Cotton Counc. Am., Memphis,
TN.

52. Krueger, W. A. , R. M. Hayes, K. B. Kirksey, and P. A. Brawley. 1994. Weed
control investigations in corn, 1994. UTAES Res. Rep. 94-24
53. Hayes, R. M., W. A. Krueger, P. A. Brawley, and K. B. Kirksey. 1995. Weed
control evaluations for soybeans in Tennessee, 1994. UTAES Res. Rep. 95-04.

54.Krueger, W.A., R.M. Hayes, and P.A. Brawley. 1996. Weed control
investigations in corn-1995. UTAES Res. Rep/ 96-08. Tennessee Agricultural
Experiment Station.

55. Hayes, R.M., G.N. Rhodes, Jr., T.C. Mueller, P.P. Shelby, C.O. Gwathmey,
and J.F. Bradley. 1996. Comparison of weed control systems with Roundup
ReadyTM cotton. p. 69-78 in Special Public. 96-07. Tennessee Agricultural
Experiment Station.

56. Gwathmey, C.O. and R.M. Hayes. 1996. Ultra-narrow row systems of no-till
cotton production. p. 61-68 in Special Public. 96-07. Tennessee Agricultural
Experiment Station.

57. Mueller, T.C. K. Gallaher, and R. M. Hayes. 1996. Roundup Ready, Liberty
Link, and Sulfonylurea-tolerant soybeans. 16th Annual Milan No-till Tour Report,
p. 1-2, Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station.

58. Flinchum, W.T., B. Williams, and R.M. Hayes. 1996. Liberty Link and Poast
Resistant corn- New Herbicides-Exceed, Basis and Scorpion III. 16th Annual
Milan No-till Tour Report, p. 2-3., Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station.

59. Hayes, R.M., C.O. Gwathmey, and C. Massey. 1996. Weed control in Ultra-
narrow- row cotton. 16th Annual Milan No-till Tour Report, p. 6-7. Tennessee
Agricultural Experiment Station.

60. Mueller, T.C. and R.M. Hayes. 1996. No-till farming and weed control.
Tennessee AgriScience 179:33-36.

61. Hayes, R.M. 1996. Developing weed control programs utilizing BXN,
Roundup Ready and Staple in Tennessee. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 1203-204

62. Hayes, R.M. and C.O. Gwathmey. 1996. Harvest aids workshop:
Accomplishments and Concerns. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 1:97.

63. Valco, T.D. K. Bragg, R.M. Hayes, et al. 1996. Harvest aid effects on lint
quality. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 1:94-96.

64. Larson, J.D., R.K.Roberts, R.M. Hayes and C.O. Gwathmey. 1996. Economic
analysis of harvest-aid treatments. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf 1:494-495.

65. Hayes, R. M., T. C. Mueller, P. A. Brawley, and R. E. Etheridge. 1997.
Herbicide Evaluations for weed Control 1997 Volume 2. Special Publication 97-
02 265 p.

66. Hayes, R. M., J. A. Kendig and G. A. Ohmes. 1997. New Soybean
Herbicides. In 17th Milan No-till Field Day Tour Report. p 1-2.
   69. Hayes, R. M., B. Williams, and R. F. Montgomery. 1997. Corn Weed Control-
   Herbicide Resistant Corn. In 17th Milan No-till Field Day Tour Reports. p 2-3.

   70. Hayes, R. M., S. G. Matthews, and C. Massey. 1997. Genetically Engineered
   Technologies for Weed Control in Cotton. In 17th Milan No-till Field Day Tour
   Reports. p 5-6

   71. Gwathmey, C. O. and R. M. Hayes. 1999. Uniform Harvest Aid Performance
   and Fiber Quality Evaluation-TN. MAFES Information Bulletin 358:77-80.

   72. Hayes, R. M. 2000. Herbicide Resistant Crops and Weed Species Shifts.
   Proc. 3rd Natl. Conservation Tillage Cotton and Rice Conf. 18-19 Jan 2000,
   Tunica, MS.

   73. Gwathmey, C.O. and R. M. Hayes. 2000. Harvest-aid Performance and
   Fiber Quality Evaluation: Tennessee- A Five Year Study. UTAES Res. Rep. 00-
   09 19 p.

   74. Wilcut, J.W., R. M. Hayes, et al. 2003. Weed Management in Transgenic
   Cotton. N.C. State University Technical Bulletin 319, 4 p.

   75. Hayes, R.M. 2004. Glyphosate-Resistant Horseweed: A Roundup or A
   Rodeo? Proc. 7th Natl. Conservation Tillage Cotton and Rice Conf. 15-16 Jan
   2004 Tunica, MS.

   76. Cole, C.M., R.P. Affeldt, C.A. Mallory-Smith, R.A. Hines, R.M. Hayes and
   T.T. Bauman. 2004. Effect of Herbicide Rate and Application Timing on Annual
   Ryegrass Covercrop Removal with Glyphosate. In 2003 Seed Production
   Research at Oregon State University USDA-ARS Cooperating ed. By William C.
   Young. P. 37-40. http://cropandsoil.oregonstate.edu/seed-ext

   77. Steckel, L, G.N. Rhodes, T.C. T.C. Mueller, R.M. Hayes, et al. 2005 Weed
   Control Manual for Tennessee. UT Extension Publ 1580 127 p.

   78. Hayes, R. M. et al. The First 40 days. 8 p. Bayer CropScience AG, Research
   Triangle Park, NC. Available at www.cottonexperts.com



D. Abstracts:

   1. Wax, L. M., J. R. Abernathy, and R. M. Hayes. 1971. Evaluation of
   BAS-3512-H for control of weeds in soybeans. Proc. North Cent. Weed Contr.
   Conf. 26:49.

   2. Wax, L. M., R. L. Bernard, and R. M. Hayes. 1972. Response of soybean
   varieties to bentazon. Proc. North Cent. Weed Contr. Conf. 27:28.

   3. Hayes, R. M. and L. M. Wax. 1973. Absorption, translocation and metabolism
   of bentazon in soybean cultivars. WSSA Abstracts No. 135.
4. Hayes, R. M. and L. M. Wax. 1974. Studies on bentazon in sensitive and
tolerant cultivars. WSSA Abstracts No. 290.

5. Mangeot, B. L., C. E. Reick, and R. M. Hayes. 1974. Effects of soil
temperature and moisture on metribuzin injury to soybeans. Proc. North Cent.
Weed Contr. Conf. 29:34.

6. Herron, J. W., R. M. Hayes, and C. E. Reick. 1975. Control of broadleaf
weeds in bluegrass sod. Proc. North Cent. Weed Contr. Conf. 30:45.

7. Olson, G. L., R. M. Hayes, and C. E. Reick. 1975. Utilization of the
radiochromatogram spark chamber in herbicide research. Proc. North Cent.
Weed Contr. Conf. 30:39.

8. Hayes, R. M. and C. E. Reick. 1976. Mechanism of bentazon sensitivity in a
isogenic line of 'Clark 63' soybeans. WSSA Abstracts No. 176.

9. Hayes, R. M. 1976. Weed control in corn. Proc. First Annual KY. Spray
School 1:55

10. Hayes, R. M. 1976. Weed control in tobacco. Proc. First Annual KY. Spray
School 1:63.

11. Hayes, R. M., W. W. Witt, K. V. Yeargin, and H. G. Rainey. 1976. Effects of
selected systemic organo-phosphate insecticide -metribuzin combinations on
soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 29:95.

12. Witt, W. W., R. M. Hayes, H. G. Randy, and K. V. Yeargin. 1976. Effects of
selected thiamine and urea-type herbicides and organophosphate insecticides on
soybeans. Proc. North Cent. Weed Contr. Conf. 30:75.

13. Hayes, R. M. and C. H. Slack. 1978. Yellow nutsedge control in soybeans.
Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 31:93.

14. Slack, C. H. and R. M. Hayes. 1978. Control of yellow nutsedge in corn.
Proc. So. Seed Sci. Soc. 31:101.

15. Bugg, M. W. and R. M. Hayes. 1978. Effects of selected herbicides on
protein synthesis. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 31:245.

17. Hayes, R. M. and J. R. Overton. 1979. Comparison of selected
diphenylether herbicides for weed control in soybeans. Proc. Weed Sci. Soc.
32:69.

18. Overton, J. R., R. M. Hayes, L. S. Jeffery, and T. C. McCutchen. 1979.
Cocklebur control in soybeans with acifluorfen, bentazon, and dinoseb plus
naptalam. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 32:119.

19. Cordrey, T. D., R. M. Hayes, and H. D. Swingle. 1979. Ethalfluralin, oryzalin,
and pendimethalin for weed control in curcurbits. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
32:150.
20. Hayes, R. M., G. L. Lent, and A. Y. Chambers. 1980. Response of
soybeans to combinations of metribuzin and selected nematicides. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 33:52.

21. Williams, C. S. and R. M. Hayes. 1981. Johnsongrass competition and
control in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 34:47.

22. Hayes, R. M. and C. S. Williams. 1981. Evaluation of new herbicides for
postemergence johnsongrass control in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
34:49.

23. Hayes, R. M. and C. S. Williams. 1981. Control of selected species of
morningglory in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 34:60.

24. McCutchen, T. C., R. M. Hayes, and L. S. Jeffery. 1981. Varietal response
and weed control from early 2,4-DB applications. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
34:86.

25. Hayes, R. M., J. R. Evans, and L. S. Jeffery. 1982. Integrated systems for
johnsongrass control in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 36:33.

26. Sims, B. D., D. W. Monks, and R. M. Hayes. 1982. Johnsongrass control in
no-till soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 35:43.

27. McCutchen, T. C. and R. M. Hayes. 1982. Weed control in various soybean
cropping systems. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 35:46.

28. Monks, D. W., B. D. Sims, and R. M. Hayes. 1982. Efficacy, crop tolerance
and disappearance of DPX soybean herbicides. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
35:362.

29. Jeffery, L. S., R. M. Hayes, and T. C. McCutchen. 1983. Weed control in
no-till grain sorghum. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 36:45.

30. Sims, B. D., J. N. Burch, and R. M. Hayes. 1983. Management and control
of johnsongrass in no-till soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Soc. 36:68.

31. McCutchen, T. C. and R. M. Hayes. 1983. Control of horseweed, cocklebur,
and smartweed in no-till soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 36:70.

32. Hayes, R. M., B. D. Sims, and J. N. Burch. 1983. Performance of new
herbicides for weed control in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 36:85.

33. Burch, J. N., B. D. Sims, and R. M. Hayes. 1983. Sicklepod response to and
residual activity of some herbicides. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 36:150.

34. Hoskinson, P. E. and R. M. Hayes. 1983. MSMA, Pix, and varietal
interactions. Proc. Seventh Cotton Weed Sci. Res. Conf. p. 241.
35. Hayes, R. M. and P. E. Hoskinson. 1983. Performance of new herbicides
for weed control in cotton. Proc. Seventh Cotton Weed Sci. Res. Conf. p. 251.

36. Hoskinson, P. E. and R. M. Hayes. 1984. Weed control in no-till cotton in
Tennessee. Proc. Cotton Weed Control Res. Conf. p. 257.

37. Hayes, R. M. 1984. Systems for johnsongrass control in no-till double
cropped soybeans. Abstracts So. Branch, Am. Soc. Agron. 4:13.

38. Hoskinson, P. E. and R. M. Hayes. 1984. Efficacy of harvest aids for cotton
in Tennessee. Abst. So. Branch, Am. Soc. Agron. 11:15.

39. Tyler, D. D., P. E. Hoskinson, R. M. Hayes, and C. L. Neely. 1984.
No-tillage, nitrogen, and cover crop effects on cotton. Abst. So. Branch Am.
Soc. Agron. 11:10.

40. Hayes, R. M. 1985. Sicklepod control through crop-herbicide management.
Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 38:73.

41. Hayes, R. M. 1986. Wheat cultivar responses to metribuzin. Abst. 1986
Annual Meeting So. Assn. Agric. Scientists - Agron. Div. 13:17.
Rhodes, G. N., Jr. and R. M. Hayes. 1986. Morningglory management in
soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 39:83.

42. Hoskinson, P. E., D. D. Tyler, and R. M. Hayes. 1987. Fiber properties of
Stoneville 825 cotton no-tilled in various mulches. Abst. So Branch, Am. Soc.
Agron. 14:9.

43. Tyler, D. D., P. E. Hoskinson and R. M. Hayes. 1987. No-tillage cotton: A
six-year comparison to conventional. Abst. So. Branch, Am. Soc. Agron. 14:11.

44. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., J. L. Oakes, and R. M. Hayes. 1987. Efficacy of
DPX-M6316 on wild garlic (Allium vineale L.) as influenced by rate and timing.
Abst. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 27:88.

45. Oakes, J. L., G. N. Rhodes, and R. M. Hayes. 1987. Effects of DPX-M6316
on wheat and wild garlic. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 40:78.

46. Hayes, R. M. and G. N. Rhodes, Jr. 1987. Effects of alachlor, metolachlor
and pendimethalin on corn yields and net returns. Proc. So. Weed. Sci. Soc.
40:69.

47. Hoskinson, P. E. and R. M. Hayes. 1987. Effects of two planting dates and
multiple applications of Pix to cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Prod. Res. Conf. p.
133.

48. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., R. M. Hayes and M. P. Harrison. 1988. Herbicide
combinations for soybean weed management. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 41:42.
49. Harrison, M. P., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., W. A. Krueger, and R. M. Hayes. 1988.
Utility of imazethapyr in soybean weed management systems. Proc. So. Weed
Sci. Soc. 41:55.

50. Fuqua, M. A., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., R. M. Hayes, and W. A. Krueger.1988.
Effects of tillage on activity of preemergence herbicides in soybeans. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 41:59.

51. Oakes, J. L., R. M. Hayes, and G. N. Rhodes, Jr. 1988. Antagonism of
thiameturon-methyl by metribuzin on wild garlic. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
41:103.

52. Shelby, P. W. and R. M. Hayes. 1988. Preplant horseweed control for no-till
cotton and soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 41:294.

53. Hayes, R. M. and R. K. Roberts. 1988. Johnsongrass management in
soybeans - an economic model. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 41:318.

54. Hayes, R. M., P. E. Hoskinson, and D. D. Tyler. 1988. Weed Control
systems for no-till cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Prod. Res. Conf. p. 383.

55. Hoskinson, P. E., D. D. Tyler, and R. M. Hayes. 1988. Long term no-till
cotton yields as affected by nitrogen. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Prod. Res. Conf. p.
504.

56. Tyler, D. D., P. E. Hoskinson and R. M. Hayes. 1988. Soil acidity and
organic C distribution after 7 years of no-tillage cotton with various N rates and
covers. Agron. Abstr. Am. Soc. Agron., Anaheim, CA. p. 287.

57. Brown, B. A., R. M. Hayes, G. N. Rhodes, Jr., E. L. Ashburn. 1989.
Removal of johnsongrass interference in corn with CGA-136872 and DPX-
V9360. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 42:47.

58. Herrman, J. E., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., and R. M. Hayes. 1989. Efficacy of new
postemergence herbicides in corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 42:49.

59. Harrison, M. P., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., W. A. Krueger and R. M. Hayes. 1989.
Activity of imazethapyr in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 42:57.

60. Fuqua, M. A., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., R. M. Hayes, and W. A. Krueger. 1989.
Interactions of tillage and preemergence herbicides in soybean. Proc. So. Weed
Sci. Soc. 42:86.

61. Hayes, R. M. 1989. Optimizing herbicide activity in no-tillage cropping
systems. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 42:89.

62. Shelby, P. W., R. M. Hayes, and G. A. Mitchell. 1989. Weed interference
with cotton as influenced by tillage. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 42:100.

63. Hayes, R. M. and P. E. Hoskinson. 1990. Competition, costs, and control of
morningglory. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Weed Conference. P. 363.
64. Brown, B. A., R. M. Hayes, G. N. Rhodes, Jr., and E. L. Ashburn. 1990.
Removal of johnsongrass in corn with sulfonylureas. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
43:51.

65. Thornton, M. L., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., and R. M. Hayes. 1990. Broadleaved
weed control in corn with sulfonylurea herbicides. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
43:62.

66. Harrison, M. P., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., D. R. West, R. M. Hayes and C. R.
Graves. 1990. Interaction of sulfonylurea herbicides with soil-applied
insecticides in corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 43:67.

67. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., R. M. Hayes, and M. L. Thornton. 1990. Sequential
applications of sulfonylurea herbicides in corn. Proc. So. Weed. Sci. Soc. 43:73.

68. Willian, W. T., W. A. Krueger, R. M. Hayes, and G. N. Rhodes, Jr. 1991.
Johnsongrass control in corn with postemergence herbicides. Proc. So. Weed
Sci. Soc. 44:130.

69. Brown, B. A. and R. M. Hayes. 1991. Herbicide evaluation in southern peas.
Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 44:202.

70. Herrmann, J. E., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., R. M. Hayes and W. A. Krueger. 1991.
Influence of soil and environmental factors on persistence of pendimethalin and
flumetralin. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 44:412.

71. Harrison, M. A. and R. M. Hayes. 1992. Utilization of Command with
selected in-furrow insecticides in no-till and conventional cotton. Proc. So. Weed
Sci. Soc. 45:44.

72. Willian, W. T., W. A. Krueger, R. M. Hayes and G. N. Rhodes, Jr. 1992.
Utilizing low rates of DPX 79406 to control johnsongrass [Sorghum halepense
(L.) Pers.] in field corn (Zea mays). Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 45:79.

73. Brown, B. A., R. M. Hayes and L. A. Johnson. 1992. Decision criterion for
profitable johnsongrass management in corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 45:80.

74. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., R. M. Hayes and R. L. Sliger. 1992. Johnsongrass
management programs for corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 45:113.

75. Shankle, M. W. and R. M. Hayes. 1992. Systems for weed control in no-till
soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 45:359.

76. Herrmann, J. E., R. M. Hayes, G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and W. A. Krueger. 1992.
Modeling pendimethalin degradation in soil. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 45:365.

77. Canaday, C. H., J. E. Wyatt, and R. M. Hayes. 1992. Soil solarization for
control of Pythium spp. and home garden pest in West Tennessee.
Phytopathology 82:1092.
78. Hayes, R. M. , B. A. Brown, and M. W. Shankle. 1992. Efficacy and
economics of Command for Weed Management in Cotton. p1313 In Proc.
Beltwide Cotton Prod. Res. Conf., Natl. Cotton Council, Memphis, TN.

79. Hayes, R. M., P. A. Brawley and G. L. Lent. 1993. Insect control and cotton
injury with clomazone-insecticide combinations. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 46:33.

80. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., W. T. Flinchum and R. M. Hayes. 1993. Performance of
herbicide combinations on johnsongrass in soybean. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
6:50.

81. Mullins, C. A., R. A. Straw, R. M. Hayes and D. W. Monks. 1993. Weed
Management Programs for Squash. Proc. So. Weed Sci. So. 46:121.

82. Harrison, M. A., R. M. Hayes and T. C. Mueller. 1993. Environment
effects on plant response to DPX PE350. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 46:272.

83. Shankle, M. W., R. M. Hayes, T. C. Mueller and V. H. Reich. 1993.
Comparison of MSMA and Staple (DPX PE350) effects on cotton (Gossypium
hirsutum) fruit development. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 46:273.

84. Brown, B. A., R. M. Hayes, D. D. Tyler, and T. C. Mueller. 1993. Effect of
tillage and cover crop on fluometuron dissipation in soil. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 46:350.

85. Mueller, T. C., R. M. Hayes, and W. A. Krueger. 1993. Nicosulfuron and
primisulfuron activity in two Tennessee soils. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 46:351.

86. Hayes, R. M., M. W. Shankle and P. P. Shelby. 1993. Documentation and
control of DSMA/MSMA resistant common cocklebur. 1993 Proc. Beltwide
Cotton Conf. 3:1526.

87. Roe, E. J., R. M. Hayes and T. C. Mueller. 1994. Johnsongrass control in no-
tilled glyphosate tolerant soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci Soc. 47:61-62.

88. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., R. M. Hayes, and W. T. Flinchum. 1994. Palmer
amaranth control in soybean. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 47:65-66.

89. Shankle, M. W., B. A. Brown, T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1994.
Desorption of fluometuron from vetch cover crop residues following pre
application. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 47:189.

90. Kirksey, K. B., R. M. Hayes, T. C. Mueller, W. A Krueger, C. A. Mullins, and
D. L. Coffey. 1994. Clomazone dissipation in soil. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
47:204.

91. Willian, W. T., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1994. Fluometuron and
norflurazon behavior in three southern soils. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 47:205-
206.
92. Brown, C. L., J. F. Bradley, P. A. Brawley, and R. M. Hayes. 1994. Systems
for cocklebur control in bromoxynil-resistant cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 47:
230.

93. Wassel. O.M.M., C. O. Gwathmey, R. M. Hayes, and P. E. Hoskinson. 1994.
Effects of ethephon on cotton yield components and distribution of open bolls.
Agron. Abst. p 493.

94. Hayes, R. M. and G. L. Lent. 1994. Cotton injury and thrips control with soil
insecticide-clomazone combinations. 1994 Proc. Beltwide Cotton Res. Conf. p
1703.

95. Mueller, T. C., R. M. Hayes, and J. E. Foss. 1995. Utility of Roundup-Ready
soybeans in integrated weed management systems. Agron. Abs. 87:159.

96. Gallaher, K., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1995. Postemergence common
cocklebur control in corn with CGA-152005 and other selected herbicide
combinations. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 48:11.

97. Willian, W. T., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1995. Effect of growth stage
and bromoxynil rate on response of broadleaf species. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
48:50.

98. Montgomery, R. F., R. M. Hayes, T. C. Mueller, G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and A. M.
Saxton. 1995. Imidazolinone-resistant corn (Zea mays) response to
nicosulfuron and primisulfuron. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 48: 62.

99. Hayes, R. M., T. C. Mueller, and W. A. Krueger. 1995. Do weeds respond
differently to tillage? Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 48: 70.

100. Rhodes, G. N., Jr. R. M. Hayes, W. A. Krueger, R. F. Montgomery, and T.
C. Mueller. 1995. Preemergence corn herbicides are more similar than different.
Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 48:83.

101. Brown, C. L. , J. F. Bradley, and R. M. Hayes. 1995. Pigweed (Amaranthus
spp.) management in no-tillage cotton utilizing a hooded and post-directed
sprayer. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 48:204.

102. Crawford, S. H., C. B. Guy, R. M. Hayes, D. B. Reynolds, C. Shumway, C.
E. Snipes, and P. R. Vidrine. 1995. Roundup efficacy in preharvest applications
to cotton. Page 1090 in D. A. Richter and J. Armour, eds. Proc. Cotton Physiol.
Conf. Jan 4-7, 1995. San Antonio, TX. Nat. Cotton Council, Memphis, TN.

103. Rhodes, G. N., Jr. 1995. Weed resistance: Occurrence and educational
programs in Tennessee. Abs. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 35: 40.

104. Mueller, T. C., W. T. Willian, R. M. Hayes, D. C. Bridges, and C. E. Snipes.
1995. Norflurazon and fluometuron degradation and adsorption in surface versus
subsurface soil zones from three Southern states. Abs. Weed Sci. Soc. Am.
35:75.
105. Hayes, R. M. 1995. Integrated weed management for no-tillage systems in
Tennessee. Abs. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 35:110.

106. Brown, C. L., J. F. Bradley, and R. M. Hayes. 1995. Weed management in
no-tillage cotton utilizing hooded and post-directed sprayers. Proc. Southern No-
till Conf. Jackson, MS

107. Larson, J.A., R.M. Hayes, R.K. Roberts, C.O. Gwathmey, and D.C. Gerloff.
1996. Economic evaluation of applying a harvest-aid followed by once-over
harvest for cotton in Tennessee. Jour. of Agricultural and Applied Economics
28:226.

108. Hayes, R.M., G.N. Rhodes, Jr., and C.W. Derting. 1996. How does
Roundup Ready cotton compare with Staple, MSMA, and Buctril-BXN cotton.
Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 2:1531.

109. Jordan, D.L., J.F. Griffin, P.A. Virdrine and R. M. Hayes. 1996. Comparison
of graminicides applied at equivalent costs. Proc So. Weed Sci. Soc. 49:30.



110. Gallaher, K, R.M. Hayes, G.N. Rhodes, Jr., and T.C. Mueller. 1996. Effect of
application rate and timing on primisulfuron and nicosulfuron control of
johnsongrass, broadleaf signalgrass, and large crabgrass. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 49:35.

111. Montgomery, R.F., R.M. Hayes, A.M. Saxton, G.N. Rhodes, Jr., and T.C.
Mueller.1996. Performance of model to predict actual field loss from
johnsongrass. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 49:36.

112. Willian, W.T., T.C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1996. Broadleaf signalgrass
control programs in no-till corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 49:41.

113. Hayes, R.M. and P. A. Brawley. 1996. Johnsongrass management in no-till
Roundup Ready soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 49:56-57.

114. Mueller, T.C., R.M. Hayes, W.W. Witt, and D.R. Shaw. 1996. Relative
dissipation of atrazine, alachlor, acetachlor, dimethenamid and metolachlor in
surface soil from field sites in Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 49:182-183.

115. Gallaher, K., R. M. Hayes, W.T. William and T.C. Mueller. 1996.
Johnsongrass control in Poast-tolerant corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 49:186-
187.

116. Ashburn, C.A. , W.T. Willian, R.M. Hayes, and T.C. Mueller. 1996.
Sicklepod control using Broadstrike SF, Squadron and Canopy followed by
Roundup POST in Roundup Ready Soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 49-192.
117. Willian, W.T., T.C. Mueller and R.M. Hayes. 1996. Evaluation of imazaquin
and pyrithiobac on ALS-resistant common cockleburs. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
49-197.

118. Gwathmey, C.O. and R. M. Hayes. 1996. Ethephon effects on boll opening
and earliness of early-planted and late-planted Deltapine 50. Proc. Beltwide
Cotton Conf. 2:1161.

119. Mueller, T.C., R. M. Hayes and W. T. Willian. 1996. Effect of weed size and
Buctril rate on prickly sida, ivyleaf morningglory, velvetleaf, and smooth pigweed
control. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 2:1534.

120. Bradley, J.F. C.L. Brown and R.M. Hayes. 1996. Weed management
systems in no-till cotton utilizing a hooded sprayer. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf.
2:1559-1560.

121. Larson, J. A., B. C. English, C. O. Gwathmey and R. M. Hayes. 1997.
Economic Feasibility analysis of Ultra-Narrow Row Cotton in Tennessee. p 315-
317 In Proceeding Beltwide Cotton Conference, January 6-10, New Orleans, LA.
National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN.

122. Matthews, S. G., P. A. Brawley, T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1997. What
Happens when Roundup Ready®Cotton is Sprayed with Roundup® after the
Four-Leaf Stage. p 779, 1997 Proc. Beltwide Coef., January 6-10, 1997.

123. Montgomery, R. F. and R. M. Hayes. 1997. A Comparison of Herbicide
Systems for Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia ) Control in Soybean. Proc. So. Weed
Sci. Soc. 50: 17-18

124. Ohmes. G. A., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1997. Sulfentrazone +
Chlorimuron PRE and PPI Combinations to control Common Cocklebur and
Morningglory in Soybean. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 50:29.

125. Walker, E., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1997. Broadstrike SF, Scorpion
III, and Hornet for Broadleaf Weed Control in Corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 50:
36-37.

126. Matthews, S. G., T. C. Mueller, P. A. Brawley and R. M. Hayes. 1997.
Control of Common Cocklebur with Roundup Ultra applied Overtop to Roundup
Ready Cotton at Different Growth Stages. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 50: 48.

127. Tredaway, J. A. T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1997. Evaluation of PRE
Herbicides for Broadleaf Signalgrass Control in No-till Corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 50:57

128. Ashburn, C. A., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1997. Lightning (AC
513,996) for Sicklepod and Broadleaf Signalgrass Control in IMI-Corn. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 50:58.

129. Stiles, C. L., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1997. Relative Dissipation of
Dual, Lasso, Surpass, and Frontier in Soil. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 50:191
130. Tredaway, J. A., T. C. Mueller, R. M. Hayes, W. E. Hart, and J. B.
Wilkerson. 1997. Precision Farming: Using GPS in Economic Weed
Management Systems. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 50: 200.
Kendig, J.A., R. M. Hayes, and C. Derting. 1998. Roundup Ready™ programs
and tillage combinations. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 1:863

131. Gwathmey, C. O. and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Harvest-aid interaction under
different temperature regimes in field-grown cotton. J. Cotton Sci. 1:1-26.

132. Slinsky, S. P. E. R. Edens, J. A. Larson and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Evaluation
of cost and returns for Roundup Ready™ cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf.
p340-343. National Cotton Council. Memphis, TN.

133. Roberts, Roland K., D. C. Gerloff, J. A. Larson, R. M. Hayes, D. D. Howard
and C. O. Gwathmey. 1998. Economics of no-till versus conventional tillage
cotton, foliar K application to cotton and the use of harvest aids. Proc. National
Conservation Tillage Cotton and Rice Conf. 1:15.

134. Roberts, R. K., R. Pendergrass and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Farm-level
economic analysis of Roundup Ready™soybean. Proc. So. Agric. Econ. Assn.
30:230.

135. Hayes, R. M. 1998. Challenges and opportunities with conservation tillage
cotton. Proc. National Conservation Tillage Cotton and Rice Conf. 1:14

136. Hayes, R. M. 1998. Future of traditional herbicide chemistry in the Southern
U.S. Weed Control in the 21st Century Symposium, Monheim, Germany
September 22-23, 1998.

137. McKinley, T., R. K. Roberts, R. M. Hayes, and B. C. English. 1998.
Economic comparison of johnsongrass control herbicides on no-till Roundup
Ready™ soybeans. UT Agric. Exp. Stn Res. Rep. 98-10 18 p.

138. Hayes, R. M. 1998. Preplant and preemergence combinations with
Staple™, BXN™, and Roundup™. Adams Land Company, Leachville, AR.
February 21, 1998.

139. Matthews, S. G., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Effects of Roundup Ultra® on Roundup Ready™cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton
Conf. 1:850. National Cotton Council, Memphis, TN.

140. Wilcut, J. W., R. M. Hayes and S. D. Askew. 1998. New weed management
programs for weed control in no-till cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf.1:865.

141. Wilcut, J. W., R. M. Hayes, et al. 1998. A beltwide perspective on new
weed management technologies in cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 1:846.

142. Ohmes, G. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes 1998. Grass and broadleaf
weed control with Canopy XL™. Proc So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:3-4.
143. Ashburn, C. A. 1998. Broadleaf signalgrass (Brachiaria platyphylla) control
in corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:16.

144. Bell, A. R., R. M. Hayes, T.C. Mueller and C. S. Williams. 1998. Effect of
Staple™on IR and IT corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51: 17.

145. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Performance of
Roundup Ready™corn weed control systems in Tennessee. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 51: 20.

146. Walker, E. R., T. C. Mueller, G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Spartan™ for weed control in tobacco. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:32-33.

147. Matthew, S.G., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Roundup Ultra® effects on Roundup Ready™ cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
51:39.

148. Wilcut, J. W., C.E. Snipes, R. L. Nichols, R. M. Hayes, J. M. Chandler, D.C.
Bridges and B. J. Brecke. 1998. A regional evaluation of new technologies for
weed management in conventional-tillage cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:
52-53.

149. Tredaway, J. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Stellar® for broadleaf
weed control in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51: 61.

150. Mueller, T. C. and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Where will I be in 5 years? A
comparison of academic and industry positions pertaining to weed science
students. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:216-217.

151. Ohmes, G. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Sulfentrazone
dissipation is surface soil. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:243.

152. Tredaway, J. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Comparison of site-
specific to conventional weed management techniques. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 51: 251.

153. Ashburn, C. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Burndown herbicide
systems: A comparison of chemistries. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51: 257

154. Matthews, S. G., P. A. Brawley and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Effect of glyphosate
drift on non-glyphosate tolerant corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51: 259.

155. Walker, E. R., T. C. Mueller, G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Efficacy and crop tolerance of corn varieties to Lightning. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 51: 262.

156. Breeden, G. K., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Influence of fertilizer additives and surfactants on performance of Roundup
Ultra® and Touchdown®. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51: 276.
157. Ohmes, G. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Grass and broadleaf
weed control with Canopy XL. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.51:3-4.

158. Ashburn, C. A., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Broadleaf signalgrass
(Brachiaria platyphylla) control in corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:16.

159. Bell, A. R., R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 1998. Effects of Staple on IR
and IT corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:17.

160. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Performance of
Roundup Ready corn Weed Control systems in Tennessee. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 51:20.

161. Walker, E. R. T. C. Mueller, G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Spartan for weed control in tobacco. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:32

162. Matthews, S. G., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Roundup Ultra effects on Roundup Ready cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
51:39-40.


163. Wilcut, J. W., C. E. Snipes, R. L. Nichols, R. M. Hayes, M. Chandler, D. C.
Bridges, and B. J. Brecke. 1998. A regional evaluation of new technologies for
weed management in conventional tillage cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
51:52-53.

164. Tredaway, J. A., T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Stellar for broadleaf
weed control in soybeans. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:61.

165. Mueller, T. C. and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Where will I be in 5 years? Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 51:216-217.

166. Ohmes, G. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Sulfentrazone
dissipation in surface soil. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:243.

167. Tredaway, J. A. T. C. Mueller, R. M. Hayes, W. E. Hart, and J. B. Wilkerson.
1998. Comparison of site-specific to conventional weed management techniques.
Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51: 251.

168. Ashburn, C. A., T. C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Burndown herbicide
systems: A comparison of chemistries. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51: 257.

169. Matthews, S. G., P. A. Brawley, and R. M. Hayes. 1998. Effect of
glyphosate drift on non-glypohosate tolerant corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:
259-260.

170. Walker, E. R., T. C. Mueller, G. N. Rhodes, Jr., and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Efficacy and crop tolerance of corn varieties to lightning. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 51: 262-263.
171. Breeden, G. K., G. N. Rhodes, Jr. T. C. Mueller, and R. M. Hayes. 1998.
Influence of fertilizer additives and surfactants on performance of Roundup Ultra
and Touchdown. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 51:276-277.

172. Breeden, G. K., G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and T. C. Mueller. 1999. Influence of
application variables on performance of Spartan in tobacco. Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 52:20.

173. Walker, E. R., R. M. Hayes, G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and T. C. Mueller. 1999.
Comparisons of postemergence herbicide programs in imidazolinone-tolerant
corn (Zea mays). Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 52: 21.

174. Hayes, R. M., S. G. Matthews, P. A. Brawley, and T. C. Mueller. 1999.
Weed management in no-till ultra narrow row cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc.
52:35-36.

175. Tredaway, J. A., R. M. Hayes, T. C. Mueller, W. E. Hart, and J. E.
Wilkerson. 1999. A comparison of conventional to site specific weed
management technology. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 52:51.

176. Mueller, T. C., R. M. Hayes, G. N. Rhodes, Jr. and B. A. Brown. 1999. The
Milan no-till field day weed control tours. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 52:179.

177. Wilcut, J. W., S. D. Askew, B. J. Brecke, D. C. Bridges, S. M. Brown, J. M.
Chandler, R. M. Hayes, J. A. Kendig, D. K. Miller, R. L. Nichols, and C. E..
Snipes. 1999. A beltwide evaluation of weed management systems in transgenic
and non-transgenic cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 52: 189-190.

178. Ohmes, G. A., R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 1999. Dissipation of
sulfentrazone in surface soil. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 52:197-198.

179. Ashburn, C. A., R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 1999. Dissipation of
sulfonylurea herbicides nicosulfuron and rimsulfuron in surface soil. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 52:204.

180. Etheridge, R. E., G. N. Rhodes, Jr., R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 1999.
Utilization of Basis Gold in sequential and total post weed control programs in
corn. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 52: 216.

181. Walker, E. R., R. M. Hayes, T. C. Mueller, and J. W. Wilcut. 1999.
Evaluation of the HERB-Cotton decision aid program where common cocklebur
(Xanthium strumarium) is the dominant species. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 52:
255.

182. Hayes, R. M. and C. O. Gwathmey. 1999. Weed management challenges in
UNR cotton. Proc Beltwide Cotton Conf.1:740.

183. Bailey, W. A., J. W. Wilcut and R. M. Hayes. 1999. Weed management in
no-till cotton in North Carolina and Tennessee. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf.
1:738-739.
184. Wilcut, J. W., R. M. Hayes et al. 1999. A beltwide evaluation of weed
management in transgenic and non-transgenic cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton
Conf. 1:746-747,

185. Hayes, R. M. 2000. Pest Management: A weed scientists perspective?
Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 1:29-30 Nat’l Cotton Council, Memphis, TN

186. Hayes, R. M. 2000. Managing weed shifts in Roundup Ready (Glyphosate-
tolerant) Cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 2:1463-1464. Nat’l Cotton Council,
Memphis, TN

187. Summerlin, J. R., E. R. Walker, R. M. Hayes, G.N. Rhodes, Jr., and T.C.
Mueller. 2000. Lightning Herbicide for weed control in Clearfield corn. Proc.
Southern Weed Sci. Conf. 53:223.

188. Hayes, R.M. 2000. Management of Roundup Ready crops in rotation crops.
Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 53:4.

189. Breeden, G.K, G.N. Rhodes, Jr., R.M. Hayes, T.C. Mueller. 2000.
Performance of Achieve and Prowl on annual ryegrass in winter wheat. Proc.
So. Weed Sci. Soc 53:9

190. Etheridge, R.E., R.M. Hayes, T.C. Mueller, G.N. Rhodes, Jr. and J.D. Smith.
2000. Influence of Basagran on soybean response to Touchdown. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 53:43.

191. Hayes, R.M. and C. O. Gwathmey. 2001. Harvest aid materials,
performance and Ultra Narrow Row Options for the mid-South. Proc. Beltwide
Cotton Conf.1:71 http//www.cotton.org/proceedings/2001/2001Session3.cfm


192. Wilcut, J.W., R.L. Nichols, R.M. Hayes, B.J. Brecke, D.C. Bridges, J.M.
Chandler, J.A. Kendig, D.K. Miller, K.L. Smith. and C.E. Snipes. 2001. A regional
assessment of weed management in non-transgenic and transgenic Gossypium
hirsutum. WSSA Abstracts 41:59 (140).

193. Rhodes, G. N., G.K. Breeden and R. M. Hayes. 2002.Herbicide options for
diclofop-resistant Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorium) WSSA Abstracts 42:65.


194. T.C. Mueller and R. M. Hayes. 2002. Interference of broadleaf signalgrass
in corn and control with new chemistries. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 55:135

195. Larson, J.A., C.O. Gwathmey and R.M. Hayes. 2002. Profitability of
alternative cotton defoliation and harvest timing strategies. Proc. Beltwide Cotton
Conf.http//www.cotton.org/beltwide/proceedings/2002/abstracts/D030.cfm

196. Montgomery, R. F., R. M. Hayes, C. H. Tingle and J.A. Kendig. 2002.
Control of glyphosate tolerant soybeans in no-till Roundup Ready Cotton. Proc.
Beltwide Cotton
Conf.http//www.cotton.org/beltwide/proceedings/2002/abstracts/M049.cfm
197. R. M. Hayes, R. F. Montgomery and J. B. Willis. 2002. The glyphosate-
tolerant horseweed story: A real mare’s tale. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf.
http//www.cotton.org/beltwide/proceedings/2002/abstracts/M027.cfm

198. Breen, J., R. M. Hayes, et al. 2002. Glyphomax with various adjuvants
over-the-top in Roundup Ready cotton: Crop safety and yield. Proc. Beltwide
Cotton Conf. http//www.cotton.org/beltwide/proceedings/2002abstracts/M043.cfm

199. Alford, J.L., R. M. Hayes,T.C. Mueller, Roundup Ready soybean and cotton
control in Roundup Ready cotton. 2002. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 55:2-3

200. Rhodes, G. N., Jr. G.K. Breeden, R.M. Hayes and T.C. Mueller. 2002. Doing
the atrazine suffle. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 55:25

201. Mueller, T.C. and R. M. Hayes. 2002. Interference of broadleaf signalgrass
in corn and control with new chemistries. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 55:135

202. Virdrine, P.R. R. M. Hayes, et al.2002. Reassessment of 2,4-D preplant
intervals in cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 55:170-171.

203. Hayes, R. M., T. C. Mueller and P. A. Brawley 2002. Italian ryegrass control
in wheat with mesosulfuron-methyl plus iodosulfuron-methyl with safener
mefenpyr-methyl. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 55:211-212.

204. Hayes, R. M. and T.C. Mueller. 2002. Sulfentrazone persistence in
Tennessee: Bioavailable soil concentration and effect on a rotational crop of
cotton. WSSA Abstracts 42:89.

205. Hayes, R.M. 2002. Burndown or burnup? Proc. 5th Ann. Natl. Conservation -
Tillage Cotton and Rice Conf. 5:9.

206. Hayes, R. M., T.C. Mueller, J. B. Willis, and R. F. Montgomery. 2002.
Glyphosate-resistant horseweed and factors influencing its control. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 55:119-120

207. Hayes, R. M. T.C. Mueller, and C. Chism Craig. 2003. Glyphosate-resistant
horseweed(Conyza canadensis) distribution and control in Tennessee. Proc. So
Weed Sci. Soc. 56:

208. Hayes, R. M. T. C. Muller, J. H. Massey and C. L. Main. 2003. Shikimate
profiles in glyphosate-sensitive and glyphosate-resistant horseweed (Conyza
canadensis). WSSA abstracts

209. Breen, J., R. M. Hayes, et al. 2002. Cotton tolerance as influenced by over-
the-top applications of glyphosate with various adjuvant combinations in
glyphosate-tolerant cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 55: 5-7 Thompson, M. A.
2003. Controlling volunteer Roundup Ready corn in Roundup Ready soybeans.
Proc., So. Weed Sci. Soc. 56:
210. Alford, J, L. and R. M. Hayes. 2003. Efficacy of trifloxysulfuron-sodium
(Envoke) in BXN and Roundup Ready systems. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc 56:

211. Vidrine, P. R., R. M. Hayes et al. 2003. Two-year assessment of 2,4-D
preplant intervals in cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. So. 56:

212. Wilcut, J. W., R. M. Hayes, et al. 2003. A beltwide regional economic
assessment of weed management systems in non-transgenic and transgenic
cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 56:

213. Alford, J. L., R. M. Hayes, and T. C. Mueller. 2003. Broadleaf signalgrass
(Brachiaria platyphylla) interference in corn (Zea mays). Proc. So. Weed Sci.
Soc. 56:

214. Main, C. L., T. C. Mueller, R.M. Hayes, G.N. Rhodes, Jr., and G. K.
Breeden. 2003. Weed control in Southern field corn with Option. Proc. So. Weed
Sci. Soc. 56:

215. Hayes, R. M. 2003. Challenges in weed management. Proc. Beltwide cotton
Conference.

216. Hayes, R. M., T.C. Mueller, and Chism Craig. 2003. Glyphosate-resistant
horseweed: a real nightmare. Proc Beltwide cotton Conf.

217. Ihrig, R. A., R.F. Montgomery, and R. M. Hayes. 2003. The influence of
over-the-top and post-directed applications of Roundup agricultrual herbicide on
yield and fruit retention in Roundup Ready cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf.

218. May, L., S. Culpepper, R. M. Hayes et al. 2003. Yield and fruiting behavior
of Roundup Ready Flex cotton in ten environments in 2001. Proc. Beltwide
Cotton Conf:

219. Alford, J. L. and R. M. Hayes. 2003. Efficacy of trifloxysulfuron-sodium
(Envoke) in BXN and Roundup Ready cotton systems. Proc. Beltwide Cotton
Conf:

220. Virdrine, P. R., R. M. Hayes, et al. 2003. Two-year assesssment of 2,4-D
preplant intervals in cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf.

221. Wilcut, J.W., R. M. Hayes, et al. 2003. A Beltwide Regional Economic
assessment of weed management systems in non-transgenic and transgenic
cotton. WSSA Abstracts 43:140

222. Alford, J.L., R. M. Hayes, and T.C. Mueller. 2003. Broadleaf signalgrass
(Brachiaria platyphylla) interference and management in corn. Weed Abstracts
43: 243

223. Hayes, R.M., T.C. Mueller, J.H. Massey, and C.L. Main.2003. Shikimate
profiles in glyphosate-sensitive and glyphosate-resistant horseweed (Conyza
canadensis). Weed Abstracts 43:317
224. Hayes, R.M., P.A.. Brawley, and R.F. Montgomery. 2004.Tolerance of
glyphosate-resistant alfalfa to sequential applications of Roundup WeatherMAX.
Proc. So. Weed Sci Soc.57:245

225. Craig, C.C., R.M. Hayes, and P.A. Brawley. 2004. Response of cotton
cultivars to simulated glufosinate drift. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 57:270

226. Mueller, T.C., C.L. Main, M.A. Thompson, and R.M. Hayes. 2004.
Glyphosate efficacy as affected by water hardness in Tennessee. Proc. So.
Weed Sci Soc. 57:279

227. Thompson, M. A. and R.M. Hayes. 2004. Control of volunteer Roundup
Ready and Liberty Link cotton in soybean. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 57:338

228. Main, C.L., R.M. Hayes and T.C. Mueller. 2004. Emergence patterns and
early season control options for horseweed in mid-south agriculture. Proc. So.
Weed Sci. Soc. 57:5

229. Hayes, R.M. 2005. Glyphosate-resistant weeds: Current Problems,
Potential Problems. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. New Orleans, LA

230. Steckel, L.S. ., C.C. Craig and R.M. Hayes. 2005. Ignite Application Timing
and Tank Mixture Effects on Burndown of glyphosate Resistant Horseweed in
No-till Cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. New Orleans, LA

231. Steckel, L.E, P.A. Brawley, C.C. Craig and R.M. Hayes. 2005. Ignite
application timing and tank-mixture effects on burndown of glyphosate-resistant
horseweed in no-till cotton. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. New Orleans, LA,
January 4-7, 2005 p. 2841

232. Steckel, L.E., C.C. Craig, P.A. Brawley and R.M. Hayes 2005. Burndown of
glyphosate resistant horseweed in no-till cotton. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 58:9

233. Hayes, R. M., L.E. Steckel, T.C. Mueller and C.L. Main. 2005. Glyphosate
resistant horseweed: a case study. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 58:241(Invited)

234. Main, C.L., R.M. Hayes, L.E. Steckel and T.C. Mueller. 2005. Shikimate
profile in glyphosate resistant horseweed. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 58:229

235. Hayes, R. M. and L.E. Steckel. 2005 Glyphosate-Resistant Weeds:
Current Problems, Potential Problems. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. New
Orleans, LA, January 4-7, 2005 p. 3161-2 (Invited)

236. Craig, C.C., L.E. Steckel, T.C. Mueller and R.M. Hayes. 2006. The
intangible benefits of a glyphosate production system. Proc SWSS 59:205

237. Craig, C. C., L. E. Steckel and R. M. Hayes. 2006. 15” row cotton
research in Tennessee. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 2006:1668.

238. Steckel, L. E., C. C. Craig and R. M. Hayes. 2006. No-till cotton burndown
with Gramoxone Inteon and Ignite 280. Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf. 2006:2273.
         239. Brawley, P. A., L. E. Steckel, C. Craig, B. Hayes and T. Mueller. 2005.
         Glyphosate-resistant horseweed (Conyza canadensis) control in no-till cotton.
         Abstr. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 45:16.

         240. Steckel, L. E., B. Hayes, T. Mueller, K. Smith, S. Nichols, A. Kendig, C.
         Craig, and B. Nichols. 2005. Impact of glyphosate-resistant horseweed on
         conservation tillage in the North Delta region. Abstr. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 45:42.

E.   Popular Articles:

         1. Smith, P. and R. M. Hayes. 1985. The time to kill johnsongrass. Successful
         Farming 83(6):25.

         2. Hayes, R. M. 1990. Tennessee researcher seeks better johnsongrass
         control. Mid-America Farmer Grower. (7)6:16-20.

         3. Hayes, R. M. 1992. Post Grass Control Herbicides for Corn. Mid-America
         Farmer-Grower Vol. 9, Issues 3 and 4. January 16 and 23, 1992.

         4. Hayes, R. M. 1992. Cultivation and herbicides: Putting the puzzle together.
         Farm Forum Spring 1992. p 9-10.

         5. Hayes, R. M. Weed Control in No-till Cotton. Cotton Tips, Stoneville
         Pedigreed Seed Co. Vol 3(2):1.

         6. Hayes, R. M. and Tim Campbell. Weed Control in No-till Cotton. Jackson
         Sun ,July 18, 1993.

         7. Rhodes, G. N., Jr., K. B. Kirksey, and R. M. Hayes. Economics of
         johnsongrass control in soybeans. Mid-America Farmer Grower, August 12,
         1994, p 16.

         8. Hayes, R. M. Weed control in no-till cotton. National Conservation Tillage
         Digest Vol. I, No. 1, February 1994 p 32.

         9. Hayes, R. M., W. A. Krueger, T. C. Mueller, P. A. Brawley, W. T. Willian, and
         K. Kirksey. 1995. Herbicide evaluations for weed control, 1995. Vol. 2. Spec.
         Pub. 96-02.

         10. Wrona. A. F., P. A. Baumann, S. Brown, J. Bremer, J. D. Byrd, R. M. Hayes,
         W. Keeling, B. McCloskey, R. N. Vargas, and A. C. York. 1997. New Ways to
         Manage Weeds. Cotton Physiology Today 8(1):1-17.

         11. Rhodes, G. N., G. K. Breeden, W. T. Flinchum, D. J. Fowlkes, P. P. Shelby,
         J. B. Wills, and R. M. Hayes. 1997. 1997 Weed Control Manual for Tennessee
         Field Crops. UT Extension Pub. PB 1580 105 p.

         12. Hayes, R. M., S. G. Matthews, and C. Massey. 1997. New Technology for
         Weed Control in Cotton. Mid-America Farmer/Grower. July 24, 1997.
     13. Hayes, R. M. 2000. Weed control doesn’t cost-It pays! Cotton Grower Plus
     15(2):9-12.

     14. Hayes, R.M. 2004. Welcome to Tennessee. Proc. So. Weed Sci. Soc. 57:


F.   Professional Presentations:

     1. Invited Presentations

     Hayes, R. M. 2001. Harvest Aids Special Session: Material, performance, and
     Ultra Narrow Row Options, Beltwide Cotton Conference, Anaheim, CA January
     10, 2001

     Hayes, R.M. 1999. Real Numbers on Crop Protection and Yield Increases in
     Soybeans. CERES Forum on Environmental Benefits and Sustainable
     Agriculture through Biotechnology. Georgetown University, Washington, DC
     (Invited)

     Hayes, R. M. 1998. Future of traditional herbicide chemistry in the Southern U.S.
     Weed Control in the 21st Century. Symposium, Monheim, Germany September
     22-23, 1998 (Invited).

     All abstracts listed in above with Dr. Hayes as first author were presentations
     also.

     Hayes, R. M. 1983. Performance of new herbicides for weed control in
     soybeans. So. Weed Sci. Soc. Annual Meeting.

     Hayes, R. M. 1983. Performance of new herbicides for weed control in cotton.
     Beltwide Cotton Prod. Res. Conf.

     Hayes, R. M. 1984. Systems for johnsongrass control in no-till double-cropped
     soybeans. Annual Meeting So. Branch Am. Soc. Agron.

     Hayes, R. M. 1984. New herbicides for weed control. TN Aerial Applicators
     Assn. Annual Meeting.

     Hayes, R. M. 1984. Controlling problem broadleaf weeds in soybeans. 36th
     Illinois Custom Spray Operators Training School. Urbana, IL.

     Hayes, R. M. 1984. Controlling perennial grass weeds in soybeans. 36th Illinois
     Custom Spray Operators Training School. Urbana, IL.

     Hayes, R. M. 1985. Sicklepod control through crop-herbicide management. So.
     Weed Sci. Soc. Annual Meeting.

     Hayes, R. M. 1985. Total postemergence weed control in soybeans. Solid
     Seeded Soybean Seminar, Memphis, TN.
Hayes, R. M. 1985. Weed control for no-tillage. Tipton County Chamber of
Commerce Appreciation Meeting.

Hayes, R. M. 1985. Weed control update. Kentucky Adult Education Workshop,
Hickman County, KY.

Hayes, R. M. 1985. Weed control in high tech wheat. Mid-South Assn. of
Wheat Scientists. Memphis, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1986. Wheat cultivar response to metribuzin. So. Branch Am.
Soc. Agron.

Hayes, R. M. 1986. Weed control in wheat. TN Agric. Chem. Assn. Annual
Meeting. Nashville, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1986. Weed control options for no-till soybeans. Second Annual
Tri-state No-till Conf. Evansville, IN.

Hayes, R. M. 1987. Effects of alachlor, metolachlor, and pendimethalin on corn
yields and net returns. So. Weed Sci. Soc. Annual Meeting.

Hayes, R. M. 1987. University of Tennessee Soybean Weed Control Programs.
Tenn. Soybean Assn. Board of Directors and Soybean Promotion Board.

Hayes, R. M. 1988. Weed control in no-till systems. No-till Tech. School. Milan,
Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1988. University of Tennessee Cotton Weed Control Program -
National Cotton Council and Cotton Industry Leaders. Jackson, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1988. Johnsongrass management in soybeans - an economic
model. So. Weed Sci. Soc. Annual Meeting.

Hayes, R. M. 1988. Weed control systems for no-till cotton. Beltwide Cotton
Prod. Res. Conf.

Hayes, R. M. 1989. Optimizing herbicide activity in no-tillage cropping systems.
Southern Weed Science Society, Nashville, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1989. Controlling hard-to-kill morningglories in cotton. Beltwide
Cotton Production Conference.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. Johnsongrass control in corn with Accent and Beacon.
Tennessee Corn/Soybean Conference, Jackson, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. Post grass control in corn. Tennessee Agricultural
Chemical Association, Nashville, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. How to avoid herbicide carryover. West Tennessee No-till
Farmers Association, Jackson, Tennessee.
Hayes, R. M. 1990. Developing an effective johnsongrass control strategy.
Fulton County Adult Education Workshop, Hickman, Kentucky.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. Weed control in agronomic crops. Extension Service,
Shelby County, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. New herbicides research for corn. Extension Service, Dyer
County, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. New herbicides for johnsongrass control in corn. Extension
Service, Lake/Obion County, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. Reduced input weed control in agronomic crops. Extension
Service, Fayette County, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1990. New herbicide research results. Extension Service, District
I In-Service Training. Jackson, Tennessee.

Hayes, R. M. 1991. Cover crop desiccation and weed management on
subsequent crops. Cover Crops for Clean Water Field Tour, Milan, 1991.

Hayes, R. M. 1994. Weed resistance to herbicides. Southern Soybean
Conference, Memphis, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. Weed control with BXN cotton. Rhone-Poulenc Cotton
Seminar, Jan 23, 1995, Memphis, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. Roundup-Ready soybeans and broadleaf signalgrass control
in corn. West TN Area Grain Conf. Feb 9, 1995.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. New approaches to weed control in corn. Forty-Seventh So.
Corn Improvement Conf. Feb 14, 1995. Memphis, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. Weed control in no-tillage cotton. Obion Co. Ext. Ser. Feb
27,1995.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. Techniques for weed control in no-tillage cotton. VA. Ext.
Ser. Agent Training. Suffolk, VA. Apr 18, 1995.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. Lawn management: Fertilization, weed control and mowing
height. West TN Exp. Sta. Summer Celebration. July 13, 1995.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. Cotton weed control: `Roundup Ready'. BXN Systems and
hooded sprayers. Milan No-till Field Day. July 27, 1995.

Hayes, R. M. 1995. The Business of Cotton Seminar. Presentation on Weed
Control in Cotton, Memphis, TN. October, 1995


Hayes, R.M.1996. Regional harvest aids evaluation in Tennessee, 1996. Cotton
Defoliation Working Group. San Antonio, TX
Hayes, R.M. 1996. Weed control and other challenges for long-term no-till.
Virginia Corn-Soy Conference, Williamsburg, VA

Hayes, R.M. 1996. Treatment for hard to control weeds in corn and soybeans.
West Tennessee No-till Farmers Association.

Hayes, R.M. 1996. Weed control in soybeans and cotton. Vigoro Certified Crop
Advisors Training. Nashville, TN.

Hayes, R.M. 1996. Response of selected weeds to Buctril herbicide. Mid-South
Cotton Technical Conf. Memphis, TN

Hayes, R.M. 1996. Update on activities of the Cotton Defoliation Work Group.
Mid-South Cotton Technical Conference. Memphis, TN

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Beltwide Uniform Harvest-Aid Results-Tennessee. Cotton
Defoliation Work Group. San Antonio, TX December 2, 1997.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Consistent Harvest-Aids by Geographic Region-North Delta.
Harvest-Aids Seminar. San Antonio, TX. December 3, 1997.

Hayes. R. M. 1997. Roundup Ready® Cotton: Tolerance to Roundup Ultra®
Herbicide. Advances in Cotton Pest Management. Cotton Incorporated Crop
Pest Management Seminar. November 3-4, 1997, Memphis, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Roundup Ready® Cotton. Cotton Focus. February 25, 1997.
Jackson, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Timing, Rate and Cost Comparison of Roundup Ready® and
Conventional Soybean Weed Control Programs. West Tennessee Area Grain
Conference. February 6, 1997. Dyersburg, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Update on New Weed Control Technology in No-till Corn,
Soybean, Wheat and Cotton. West Tennessee No-till Farmers Association.
February 20, 1997. Jackson, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Cotton Weed Control. Adams Land Company Cotton
Seminars. February 21, 1997. Leachville, AR.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. The Effect of Freedom to Farm on No-till Crop Production.
Mississippi Agricultural Pest Management Association. February 27, 1997.
Greenville, MS.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Weed Control for Ultra Narrow Row Cotton. Fayette County
Field Day, August 21, 1997. Somerville, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Turfgrass Management: Weed Identification and Control.
West Tennessee Experiment Station Summer Celebration, July 10. 1997,
Jackson, TN.
Hayes, R. M. 1997. Genetically Engineered Technologies. Milan No-till Field
Day, July 24, 1997, Milan, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Weed Control in Cotton. Cyanotour, July 30, 1997 Agricenter
International, Memphis, TN.

Hayes, R. M. 1997. Results with Finish® in North Delta. Adams Land Company
Cotton Seminars. September 12, 1997. Leachville, AR.

Hayes, R. M. 1998. New herbicides for grain crops. West Tennessee Grain Conf.

Hayes, R. M. 1998. Weed Control technologies for cotton. Missouri Cotton Prod.
Coef. Kennett, MO. February 11, 1998.

Hayes, R. M. 1998. Update on weed control in no-till systems. 16th Annual
Meeting West TN No-till Farmers Assn. Jackson, TN. February 19, 1998.

Hayes, R. M. 1998. New herbicide/seed systems for the South. Pioneer Hi-Bred
International, Inc. Sales and Tech Meeting, Indianapolis, IN February 26, 1998.

Hayes, R, M. 1998. Defoliation strategies and tank mixtures using Harvade.
Uniroyal Chemical Company Sales meeting, Memphis, TN. August 11, 1998.

Hayes, R. M. 1998. Postemergent weed control in Roundup Ready™, BXN™
and conventional varieties. Shelby/Tipton Counties Row Crop Field Day,
Millington, TN August 11, 1998.

Hayes, R. M. 1998. Weed Control Update - Is Roundup really ready? Cotton
Focus, Jackson, TN February 24, 1998.

Hayes, R. M. 1999. Herbicide Resistant Corn. Tennessee Agricultural
Production Association Annual Meeting.

Hayes, R.M. 1999. Harvest Issues in GMO Cotton. Cotton College, sponsored
by Uniroyal Chemical Company, Inc.

Hayes, R.M. 1999. What Growers need to know about Herbicide Resistant
Varieties. National Cotton Council Working Group, Little Rock, AR

Hayes, R. M. 1999. Weed Control in No-till Cotton. Milan No-till Field Day.

Hayes, R.M. 1999. Late season weed control. Deltapine Seed University, Scott,
MS 27 July 1999 (invited).

Hayes, R.M. 2000. Pest Management Panel. Beltwide Cotton Conference. San
Antonio, TX (invited).

Hayes, R.M. 2000. Herbicide Resistant Crops and Weed Species Shifts.
National Conversation Tillage Cotton and Rice Conference, 3 presentations
(invited). Tunica, MS.
Hayes, R.M. 2000. Comparing conventional and transgenic weed control
programs. Tenn. Crop Prod. Assn. 1 February 2000, Nashville, TN

Hayes, R.M. 2000. Surviving 2000 panel. Tenn. Grain and Soybean Conf.
3 February 2000, Dyersburg, TN.

Hayes, R.M. 2000. Cotton Weed Control. Fayette County Cotton Production
Meeting, 17 February 2000, Somerville, TN

Hayes, R.M. 2000. Using GMO varieties in cotton production. 22 February 2000.
Jackson, TN

Hayes, R. M. 2000. New Product Development-Trials and Results from TN.
Nashville, TN December 6, 2000.

Hayes, R.M. 2001. Gramoxone Extra points after Touchdown for Roundup
Ready cotton. Cotton Focus, Jackson, TN February 20, 2001

Hayes, R. M. 2001. Cotton Weed Control. Cotton Production Seminar, Haywood
County Extension Service. February 9, 2001.

Hayes, R. M. 2002. Weed Control - Marestail, burndown, Pigweeds, etc. Cotton
Focus, West Tennessee Experiment Station, February 19, 2002 400 attendees

Hayes, R. M. 2002. No-tillage cropping systems and weed management. S. H.
Phillips Lecture in No-tillage Agriculture, University of Kentucky, October 31,
2002.

Hayes, R. M. 2002. Management of Roundup Resistant Horseweed and
tolerance of Roundup Ready Flex cotton. Mississippi State University Cotton
Short Course. December 6, 2002.

Hayes, R. M. 2004. Overview of Glyphosate Resistant Horseweed,
Horseweed/Marestail Workshop, Robinsonville, MS July 14, 2004

Hayes, R. M. 2006. Planting Date and Plant Density Effects on Two Cotton
Varieties. Presented 2 time. 9th annual National Conservation Systems Cotton
and Rice Conference. Tunica, MS February 1 -2. 100 attendees.

Hayes, R. M. 2006. Opening Comments and Year in Review. Cotton Focus.
Jackson, February 9, 2006. 300 attendees.

Hayes, R. M. 2006. Weed Control in Cotton. Milan No-till Field Day, July 27,
2006, 326 attendees

Hayes, R.M. 2006. Introduction to Cotton Weed Management. Cotton Inc. Pest
Management Seminar, Memphis, TN October 31, 2006, 296 attendees. (Invited)

Hayes, R. M. 2006. Roundup Ready Alfalfa. TN Forage & Grasslands Council.
23:6
             G. Grant, Gifts & Contracts: >$4,000,000 for career

Cooperative soybean cropping systems research, 2003. USDA-ARS, $46,686
Cooperative soybean cropping systems research, 2006. USDA-ARS $54,813
Monsanto Company, 1996-2003, $400,000
Tennessee Soybean Promotion Board, 1999-2004, $61,330
Cotton Incorporated, TN State Support Committee, 1999-2004, $153,000
USDA Soybean Production Research Cooperative Agreement, 2005-2008, $2.72 million
VI. OTHER ACTIVITIES:

         A. Membership in Professional Organizations

             1.     Organizations

                    a. International Weed Science Society
                    b. Weed Science Society of America
                    c. Southern Weed Science Society
                    d. American Society of Agronomy
                    e. Soil and Water Conservation Society
                    f. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology
                    g. Tennessee Agricultural Chemicals Association
                    h. Southern Assoc. of Agricultural Scientists
                    i. West Tennessee No-Till Farmers Association
                    j. Tennessee Forage and Grassland Council
                    k. Tennessee Soybean Association
                    L. Research Centers Administrators Society

             2.     Offices and Committees

                    a. Weed Science Society of America

                          Associate Editor - Weed Technology, 1989-1991
                          Chairperson - Outstanding Article in Weed Science 1987-1989.
                          Member - Awards Committee, 1991
                          Member - Outstanding Article in Weed Technology, 1990-1993
                          Member, Finance Committee, 1992-97
                          Member, Outstanding Research Award (1997-2001)

                    b. Southern Weed Science Society
                          President - 1997
                          Vice-President - 1996
                          President-elect - 1995
                          Chairperson, Program Committee-1996
                          Chairperson, Finance Committee-1996
                          Board of Directors, 1993-1997
                          Chairperson, Awards Subcommittee for Weed Scientist of
                                     the Year,1993
                          Chairperson, Cotton Section, SWSS Research Report 1981-84
                          Chairperson,, New Herbicides Section, SWSS Research, 1985-87
                   Member, Local Arrangements Committee - 1986, 1989 Annual
                             Meeting, 1994
                   Member, Nominating Committee - 1989 Annual Meeting
                   Member, Weed Identification Committee, 1989-90
                   Member, Local Arrangements Committee, 1994
                   Member, Weed Contest Committee (1995-
                   Member, Sales Coordination Committee
                   Member, Herbicide Resistant Weeds Committee (1990-
                   Member, Newsletter Information Committee
                   Member, Popular Publication Feasibility Committee
                   Member, Finance Committee (1999-2001
                   Chairperson, Long Range Planning Committee (1999-2000)
                   Member, Newsletter Information Committee (1990-
                   Member, Constitution and Operating Procedures 2000-2003
                   SWSS Endowment Foundation Trustee (2001-2006)

            c. Tennessee Agricultural Chemical Association
                  Charter Member
                  Chairperson, Auditing Committee, 1979
                  Board of Directors, 1980-85
                  President-Elect, 1984-85
                  EXPO Committee, Member 1984, 1985
                  Chairperson, Program Committee, 1985
                  President, 1985-86
                  Chairperson, Nominating Committee, 1987, 1988
                  Member, Program Committee, 1980-90
                  Chairperson, Constitution and Operating Procedures Committee,
                             1988, 1989
                  Member, Nominating Committee
                  Member, Program Committee (1979-1997)
                  Chairperson, Long Range Planning Committee
                  Member, Committee on Merger with TPFEA

            d. Tennessee Agricultural Production Association
                  Program Committee, 1998-1999
                  Awards Committee, 1998-2001
                  Member, Program Committee, 2003

B.   Other Activities:

     1.   Participated in numerous interviews with radio, TV, and other media
          personnel. Assisted with making a feature film with WSM-TV on no-till at the
          Milan Exp. Station.

     2.   Participant in CD-ROM “Con-till Insights-Take a look at Conservation
          Tillage”. Released in 1999.

     3.   Coach University of Tennessee Weed Team , Southern Weed Science
          Society Weed Contest, 1990-1999).
4.   Secretary and Member, Board of Directors for Meridian Creek Watershed
     District, 1990 to 2001.

5.   Hayes, R. M. 1992. Future techniques in cotton weed control. Alabama
     Cotton Production Workshop. December 14-15, 1992.

6.   Hayes, R. M. 1992. Weed Control in No-till. Obion-Lake County Extension
     Meeting, February 16, 1992.

7.   Hayes, R, M. 1992. Update on new herbicides for No-till.
     West Tennessee No-till Farmers Assn. Annual Meeting. February 20, 1992.

8.   Hayes, R. M. 1992. The Tennessee perspective on herbicide resistant
     weeds. ALS Inhibitor Resistance Working Group Meeting, Decatur, AL,
     September 11, 1992.

9.   Hayes, R. M. 1992. Bromoxynil tolerant cotton. Lyon, France.

10. Hayes, R. M. 1992. Post Grass Control in Corn. 1992
    Ken-Tenn Corn Conf. UT Martin. 5 p.

11. Hayes, R. M. 1992. Preparing the plant for the picker.
    Cotton Focus '92. Univ. of Tennessee 10 p.

12. Hayes, R. M. Current Issues in Weed Science.
    University of Tennessee Martin, February 24, 1992..

13. Hayes, R. M. Weed control in Field Crops. UT Martin, November 23, 1992.

14. Hayes, R. M. 1992. Weed Control in Squash and Herbicides Carryover on
    Selected Vegetables. Vegetable Prod. Clinic. West Tenn. Exp. Sta. Dec. 10,
    1992.

15. Hayes, R. M. 1992. Johnson control in corn. UT-Ames Trustees Annual
    Meeting. November 16, 1992.

16. Hayes, R. M. 1992. Weed control for No-till cotton. Milan Exp. Sta. No-till
    Field Day
17. Hayes, R. M. Intensive Cowpea Management. Pictsweet, Inc. 1992
    UTAES Res. Rep. 93-05. p. 3-5.

18. Hayes, R. M. Herbicides for use on Squash. Pictsweet, Inc. 1992 UTAES
    Res. Rep. 93-05. p. 89-92.

19. Hayes, R. M. Antor Carryover from Spinach to Squash. Pictsweet, Inc.
    1992 UTAES Res. Rep. 93-05. p. 88.

20. Hayes, R. M. Weed Resistance, Fact or Fiction? Tennessee Agricultural
    Chemicals Association, 1993.
21. Hayes, R. M. Herbicide Resistant Weeds in West Tennessee. West
    Tennessee No-Till Farmers Association, 1993.

22. Hayes, R. M. Roundup and Buctril Resistant Varieties. Cotton Focus '93.

23. Hayes, R. M. Corn Chemical Update. Weakley Farmers Coop Ag Expo,
    1993.

24. Hayes, R. M. Problem Weeds in Crops and Pastures. Gibson Farmers
    Coop Ag Expo 1993.

25. Hayes, R. M. Using Command in Cotton Production. Rhone-Poulenc, 1993.

26. Hayes, R. M. Johnsongrass Control in 'Roundup Ready' Soybeans in the
    Mid-South. Monsanto Company, 1993.

27. Hayes, R. M. Weed Control in No-till Cotton. Milan No-till Field Day. 1993.

28. Hayes, R. M. Weed Management with Command, Staple, Broadstrike,
    Surpass and Roundup. West Tennessee Experiment Station Crop
    Protection Tour. 1993.

29. Hayes, R. M. Weed Control in Agronomic Crops. UT Martin. October 1,
    1993.

30. Participated in making a video tape for a regional teleconference on
    Conservation Tillage Cotton, Randall Reeder, OSU, coordinator.

31. Presented a report to the Cotton State Support Committee on funded
    Projects

32. Guest Lecturer, UT Martin, International Agriculture Class, March 28, 1994.

33. Guest Lecturer, UT Martin, Weed Science Class, March 28, 1994

34. Guest Lecturer, UT Martin, Weed Science Class, November 18, 1997
35. Biotechnology: Myths and Facts, Jackson Rotary Club, May 17, 2000

36. Carnival Memphis, attended to accept West Tennessee Experiment Station
    Award, May 2, 2000.

37. Cotton Incorporated/Tennessee State Support Committee, July 28, 2000

38. Brazilian Visitors Tour, Milan Experiment Station, July 31, 2000

39. Zeneca Crop Protection Tour, West Tennessee Experiment Station, June
    28, 2000

40. Novartis Crop Protection Tour, West Tennessee Experiment Station, June
    14, 2000
           41. Monsanto Biotechnology Plot Tour, West Tennessee Experiment Station,
               September 1, 2000

           42. UT National Alumni Focus Group, January 29, 2001

           43. Cotton Weed Control, Cotton Production Seminar, Haywood County,
               February 9, 2001

           44. Cotton Weed Control, Western District In-service Training, February 2, 2001.

           45. Cotton Focus, Gramoxone Extra Points After Touchdown on Roundup
               Ready Cotton, February 20, 2001 (254 attendees)

           46. Contributor to “Trends in Pesticide Use Patterns for Crops, National Center
               for Food and Agricultural Policy, available at: http:www.ncfap.org

           47. Contributor to Ball Research, Inc Corn and Soybean Herbicide Research
               Results.

           48. Monsanto Academic Workshop on Glyphosate Resistant Horseweed, St.
               Louis MO. March 23, 2004.

           49. TAES Employee Training-Crops Section, WTREC March 6-7, 2006

           50. McCurdy Turf Day, February 28, 2006

VII.   SERVICE ACTIVITIES:

       Reviewer:
       Foundation for Research, Science and Technology, Wellington, New Zealand
       Weed Science
       Weed Technology
       Crop Science
       Journal of Cotton Science
       Hatch Project (C. O. Gwathmey)
       CSRS Review, Department of Plant Pathology and Weed Science, Mississippi State
           University March 25-27, 1992
       Program Review, University of Missouri Delta Center, Weed Science Program.
       January 4, 2001.

       Extension Publications:
           Weed Management Recommendations for Professional Turfgrass Managers:
           Athletic Fields, Golf Courses, Commercial Lawns and Turfgrass-Sod Pub.1539.
           Managing Lawn Weeds: A Guide for Tennessee Homeowners. Pub. 956
       Journal of Environmental and Experimental Botany
       Delta Digest: Weed Control Sections on Corn, Soybean, Grain Sorghum, Small
       Grains and Cotton

       Committee Activities:
       UTIA Marketing and Communications Information Specialist search committee, 2008
       UTIA Vice-President search committee, 2005-2006
UTIA Marketing Committee, 2002-2003
Search Committee member, Corn/Soybean Extension Specialists Search Committee,
2002
Search Committee chair, Cotton/Small Grains Extension Specialist Search
Committee, 2002
CPR Review Committee, member 1; 2002
Cotton Weed Loss Committee 1980-2001
CPR Review Committees (member 3; chair 1)-2000
CPR Review Committee, (Member 3, 2001)
Plant and Soil Sciences Long Range Planning-1999-2000
Agronomic Crops Research-Branch Stations-1999
Field Day Committee, Chairman
Search Committee, Head, Dept. of Plant and Soil Science (member)
Search Committee, Weed Science Research and Teaching (member)
Milan Field Day Planning Committee (member)
Milan Field Day Weed Research Tour (chairman)
Facilities Advisor Committee for W. Tenn. Exp. Sta. (member)
Awards Committee, Plant and Soil science (member)
Equipment Committee, Plant and Soil Science Dept. (member)
Interdepartmental Committee, Crop Physiology and Ecology (chairman)
Soil and Crop Management Committee (member)
Co-Chairman, Cotton Research Review Committee
Search Committee, Crop Physiologist (Chairman), 1993
Search Committee, Soil Scientist, UT Martin, 1991
Search Committee, Soil Scientist, UT Martin, 1993-1994
Superintendent Award Selection Committee, 2004
Weed Control Recommendation Committee, 1978-present

Field Day Participation:
John Deere Crop Systems Field Day, August 30, 2000, Jackson, TN
Milan Exp. Station No-till Field Day - Speaker, 1980-2002, 2004
Univ. of Tenn. Weed Tour - Coordinator, 1979-2003
West Tennessee Exp. Station Field Day/Summer Celebration, 1979-2004
Ames Plantation Field Day, 1979, 1981-3, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1998
Ames Plantation Heritage Festival, 2003-4
Fayette County, UNRC Field Day, 19 Sep 2000
Milan No-till Field Day, 2002
Milan No-till Field Day, 1980-2008
Southern Soybean Breeders Tour Host, 2006

Extension Meetings:

Lawrence County - Sorghum Weed Control
Obion County - Outyielder's Club
District I, Soybean Scout Training
Mid-South Assn. Wheat Scientists Meeting
Delta Weed Workers Workshop (1978-2004)
West Tenn. No-Till Farmer Assoc.
Information Exchange Day
West Tenn. Science Fair, Judge
Tipton County Chamber of Commerce
        Madison County - Weed Control
        Weakley County - Weed Control Update
        Fulton County, KY Adult Farmer Workshop
        Cotton Focus, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001
        Gibson County Field Day, 1994 - Presentation on Weed Resistance
        Cotton Focus - Presentation on Herbicide Resistant Cotton, 2000
        Obion County - Weed control in corn
        Cotton Pest Management Seminar, 1997
        Steering Committee, Cotton Defoliation WorkGroup, 1997-
        District I, Inservice Training (Weed Science), 2000, 2001, 2003
        Shelby County Field Day (1996-1999)
        Hardeman County Field Day (1997)
        Fayette County UNR Filed Day (Sep 18, 2000)
        UT Inservice Training, District I, June 23, 2001
        UT Weed Control Recommendation Committee Meeting, Nashville, September 14-15,
        2001
        Haywood County, Crop Production meeting- Weed Control, January 17, 2002. 35
        attendance UT Inservice Training, Weed Control, Western District, Jackson, TN
        January 15, 2002
        Obion County Farm School, Weed Cotnrol. February 18, 2002 attendance 92
        Cotton Focus, Weed Control, February 19, 2002 attendance 400
        Coop Dealer Training, Weed Control, February 20, 2002 attendance 85
        Cotton Focus, February 18, 2003
        Horseweed/Marestail Workshop, Sam’s Town, Robinsonville, MS July 14, 2004
        UT Field Crops Committee Meeting, March 16, 2004
        Southern Soybean Disease Workers Annual Meeting, Host Location, 2006
        Forestry Wildlife Reunion, March 2006

        Student Recruiting:
        UT Booth, Forkeddeer Festival, Jackson, TN, Saturday, May 20, 2000
        Career Night Program - North Side High School
        Jackson State Ag Day, 1993
        West Tennessee FFA Awards Program

        Community Service:
        President, South Jackson Civitan
        Charter Member, West Tennessee Agriculture Museum
        Deacon, Believers Fellowship
        Secretary, Meridian Creek Watershed District
        Tornado Relief, Dyer, TN., April 2006
        Jackson Chamber of Commerce, Member
        Madison County Soil Cnservation District

VIII.   CONSULTING EXPERIENCE:

        Wolf Island Farms, Inc., Wolf Island, MO. 1985.
        Expert witness, Ciba-Geigy Corporation.
        Mitchell, McNutt, Bush, LaGrone and Sams, Attorneys at Law.
        Farm Journal No-Till Farmers Program, 1990.
        Argus Agronomics
        Pictsweet, Inc.
      National Cotton Advisory Council


IX.   AWARDS AND HONORS:

      1.    Sigma Xi, UT Chapter
      2.    Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society, Univ. of Tennessee 24 May 1968
      3.    Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Univ. of Tennessee, elected 25 May 1967
      4.    Alpha Zeta, UT Chapter
      5.    Gamma Alpha, University of Illinois Chapter
      6.    Nominated for SWSS Outstanding Young Weed Scientist.
      7.    Outstanding Senior, College of Agriculture, Univ. of Tennessee, 1968.
      8.    Jesse E. Hackett Fellow, Univ. of Illinois, 1973-74.
      9.    American Men & Women of Science
      10.   State Nominee - ASA-ICIA South American Soybean Mission
      11.   Tennessee Corn Growers Association's Nominee to National Corn Growers
            Association Corn Utilization Tour.
      12.   Farm Chemicals No-Till Tiger - Runner-up Researcher Division.
      13.   Tennessee Agricultural Chemical Association Outstanding Service Award (1994)
      14.   SWSS Distinguished Service Award-Academia 2001
      15.   Dutch and Marie Cavender Research Publication Award, 2001
      16.   Progressive Farmer 2002 Man of the Year in Service to Tennessee Agriculture.
      17.   TAES Research Impact Award, 2002
      18.   S. H. Phillips Distinguished Lecturer in No-tillage Agriculture, 2002
      19.   Fellow, Weed Science Society of America, 2003
      20.   2004 National Conservation Tillage Cotton Researcher of the Year Award
      21.   2005 Southern Weed Science Society Weed Scientist of the Year.
      22.   2008 Friend of Extension Award
      23.   Marquis Who’s Who in America

X.    CURRENT ACTIVITIES AND OFFICES:

      1.    Vice-President, South Jackson Civitan

      2.    President, Jackson West Camp, Gideons


XI.   GRADUATE STUDENTS

      A.    Advisees:                 Year

            Maynard Ferguson (UK)    MS 1976
            Richard Carringer (UK)   PhD 1977
            C. Steven Williams       MS 1981
            Barry D. Sims            MS 1983
            John N. Burch            MS 1983
            Philip W. Shelby         MS 1992
            Blake A. Brown           MS 1989
            Mark W. Shankle          MS 1993
            John L. Oakes            PhD 1992
            Jeffery E. Herrmann      PhD 1992
            Angela Harrison          PhD 1993
            Blake A. Brown           PhD 1993
            Bruce Kirksey            PhD 1994
          Robert F. Montgomery    PhD 1996
          Susan G. Matthews       MS 1998
          Jason Alford            MS 2003


       B: Member of Committee:

          Constance L. Neely      MS 1983
          Kevin M. Perry          MS 1983
          Mark P. Harrison        MS 1988
          Michael A. Fuqua        MS 1988
          William T. Willian      MS 1992
          William T. Willian      PhD 1995
          Kent Gallaher           PhD 1997
          Charles Brown           MS 1995 (Murray State University)
          Tammy McKinnley         MS 1997
          Cheryl Ashburn          MS 1999
          Eric Walker             MS 1998
          Joyce Tredaway          PhD 1999
          G. Anthony Ohmes        PhD 1999
          Robert Etheridge        PhD 1999
          Jason Williams          MS 2001 (Murray State University)
          Jimmy Summerlin         PhD 2000
          Chris Main              PhD 2005

XII.   MENTORING

          Dr. Thomas C. Mueller
          Dr. C. Owen Gwathmey
          Dr. Lawrence Steckel
          Dr. Angela Thompson
          Dr. Chris Main
          Dr. Frank Yin

								
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