James J. Camberato

  Professor of Agronomy

    Department: Agronomy
    Phone:
765.496.9338
    Fax: 765.496.2926
    Office: Lilly 3-365
    E-mail: jcambera@purdue.edu

Personal Web Page​​​​

Curriculum Vitae​​

Area of Expertise: Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition

Biography

Dr. Jim Camberato is an Extension soil fertility specialist at Purdue. In general my research and Extension programs center on soil fertility, fertilizers, and plant nutrition. Specific emphasis has been on determining appropriate rates of N fertilization for corn and evaluating tools for fine-tuning N recommendations.

Extension

Outreach programs on the fertilization of agronomic crops in Indiana.

Research Areas
Determine the impact of soil and applied essential plant nutrients on crop productivity and profitability. 

Most Recent Publications

Bean, G.M., N.R. Kitchen, J.J. Camberato, R.B. Ferguson, D.W. Franzen, F.G. Fernández, C.A.M. Laboski, E.D. Nafziger, J.E. Sawyer, P.C. Scharf, J.S. Schepers, and J.F. Shanahan. 2018. Active-optical reflectance sensing corn algorithms evaluated for nitrogen fertilizer rate recommendations. Agron. J., (accepted June 2018).

Bean, G.M., N.R. Kitchen, J.J. Camberato, R.B. Ferguson, D.W. Franzen, F.G. Fernández, C.A.M. Laboski, E.D. Nafziger, J.E. Sawyer, P.C. Scharf, J.S. Schepers, and J.F. Shanahan. 2018. Improving an active-optical reflectance sensor algorithm using soil and weather information. Agron. J. (accepted Feb. 2018).

Yost, M.A., K.S. Veum, N.R. Kitchen, J.J. Camberato, P.R. Carter, R.B. Ferguson, F.G. Fernández, D.W. Franzen, C.A. Laboski, E.D. Nafziger, and J.E. Sawyer. 2018. Evaluation of the Haney soil health nutrient tool for corn nitrogen recommendations across eight Midwest states. J. Soil Water Conserv. (accepted Feb. 2018).

Penn, C.J., E.B. Rutter, D.B. Arnall, J. Camberato, M. Williams, and P. Watkins. 2018. A discussion on Mehlich-3 phosphorus extraction from the perspective of governing chemical reactions and phases: Impact of soil pH. Agriculture 8, 106. DOI 10.3390/agriculture8070106.

Morris, T.F., T.S. Murrell, D.B. Beegle, J.J. Camberato, R.B. Ferguson, Q. Ketterings, P.M. Kyveryga, C.A.M. Laboski, J.M. McGrath, J.J. Meisinger, J. Melkonian, B.N. Moebius-Clune, E.D. Nafziger, D. Osmond, J.E. Sawyer, P.C. Scharf, W. Smith, J.T. Spargo, H.M. Van Es, and H. Yang. 2018. Strengths and limitations of nitrogen rate recommendations for corn and opportunities for improvement. Agron. J. 110:1-37.


Professional Experience

2013-present Professor, Agronomy, Purdue University
2006-2013 Associate Professor, Agronomy, Purdue University
2003-2005 Professor, Entomology, Soils, and Plant Sciences, Clemson University
1995-2003 Associate Professor, Crop and Soil Environmental Science, Clemson University
1989-1995 Assistant Professor, Agronomy and Soils, Clemson University
1987-1989 Research Chemist, National Fertilizer Development Center, Tennessee Valley Authority

 

Awards and Honors 

2017 – Corn Field Scout. C.K. Gerber et al. American Society of Agronomy Extension Education Community Award - Digital Decision Aids.

2008 – Purdue Agriculture Team Award: Purdue Crop Diagnostic Training and Research Center.

2007 – Entomology Educational Project Award for the Extension Publication: Corn & Soybean Field Guide, 2007 Edition. Board Certified Entomologists of Mid-America.

2006 – Educational Materials Contest Certificate of Excellence, Publications. Corn & Soybean Field Guide, 2006 Edition. American Society of Agronomy


Education

Ph.D., North Carolina State University (3/87), Soil Science
M.S., North Carolina State University (12/82), Soil Science
B.S., University of Massachusetts (5/80), Plant and Soil Science

 

Date joined staff: 2006 ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Department of Agronomy, 915 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2053 USA, (765) 494-4773

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