Saha Lab Graduate Students 

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Saha Lab Undergraduate Students 

  1. Haley Gilreath (Summer 2012):  Organic medicinal plant production.

  2. George Andrews (Fall 2012): Carbon storage and phenology in longleaf pine ecosystems.

  3. Brooke McKie (Spring 2013): Effects of organic nutrition on radish cultivation.

  4. Spencer Braley (Fall 2013 and Spring 2015): Soil and nutrient management in turfgrass.

  5. Kyle Franks (Spring 2014): Increasing tomato yield using cover pea crop.

  6. Stuart Barker (Fall 2014): Soil carbon sequestration in Georgia Southern University campus.

  7. Stefani Cox (Fall 2014): Assessment of water quality to ensure environmental health at GSU

  8. Emily Penn (Fall 2014): Comparison of growth rates in Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao).

  9. Amber Monroe (Fall 2015): Indoor lettuce production: Aquaponics vs. hydroponics.

  10. Cortney Johnson (Spring 2016): Treated biochar effects on onion and cabbage cultivation.

  11. Michael Tew (Fall 2017): Controlled environment lettuce production (Hydroponic vs. Soil).

  12. Kalil White (Spring 2018): Controlled environment basil production (Hydroponic vs. Soil).

Gradate Research Committee Member

  1. Nickey Garrett Anderson (2011 – 2012): Wiregrass restoration. Georgia Southern University

  2. Michael Sabula (2012 – 2014): Soil microbial community. Georgia Southern University

  3. Joshua Mims (2013 – 2015): Carbohydrate concentrations in pine trees. Georgia Southern Univ.

  4. Lupita Alvarez (2012 – 2015): Carbon capture in Pinus patula. University of Veracruzana, Mexico

  5. Purnabha Dasgupta (PhD)(2012 – 2017): Farm sustainability. RK Mission V. Univ., India

  6. David Penn (2017 – 2019): Roadside bioenergy crops. Georgia Southern University

  7. Emily Arnold (2019 – 2020): Use of salt tolerant cover crops. Texas State University

  8. Ryan Manthei (2019 – 2020): Vermicompost Teas in Hydroponics. Texas State University

  9. Amanda Spradlin (2019 – 2020): Saline Aquaponics. Texas State University