Dave Stoltenberg



(608) 262-8202

Office Location

363 Moore Hall

Grint KR, DeWerff R, Smith DH, Oliveira MC, Arneson NJ, Arriaga F, Stoltenberg DE, Werle R (2022) Cover crops and preemergence herbicides: An integrated approach for weed management in corn-soybean systems in the US Midwest. Frontiers in Agronomy 4:888349. doi: 10.3389/fagro.2022.888349 

Faleco FA, Oliveira MC, Arneson NJ, Renz M, Stoltenberg DE, Werle R (2022) Multiple resistance to imazethapyr, atrazine, and glyphosate in a recently introduced Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) accession in Wisconsin. Weed Technology (36:344-351) doi: 10.1017/wet.2022.22  

Grint KR, Proctor C, DeWerff R, Smith DH, Arneson NJ, Arriaga F, Stoltenberg DE, Werle R (2022) Low carryover risk of corn and soybean herbicides across diverse soil management practices and environments. Weed Technology 36:160-167 doi: 10.1017/wet.2021.97     

Heineck GC, Schlautman B, Law EP, Ryan MR, Zimbric JW, Picasso V, Stoltenberg DE, Sheaffer CC, Jungers JM (2022) Intermediate wheatgrass seed size and moisture dynamics inform grain harvest timing. Crop Science 62:410-424 doi: 10.1002/csc2.20662   

Striegel S, Oliveira MC, DeWerff RP, Stoltenberg DE, Conley SP, Werle R (2021) Influence of postemergence dicamba/glyphosate timing and inclusion of acetochlor as a layered residual on weed control and soybean yield. Frontiers in Agronomy 3:788251 doi: 10.3389/fagro.2021.788251 

Jhala AJ, Norsworthy JK, Ganie ZA, Sosnoskie LM, Beckie HJ, Mallory-Smith CA, Liu J, Wei W, Wang J, Stoltenberg DE (2021) Pollen-mediated gene flow and transfer of resistance alleles from herbicide-resistant broadleaf weeds. Weed Technology 35:173-187 doi: 10.1017/wet.2020.101  

Striegel S, Oliveira MC, Arneson N, Conley SP, Stoltenberg DE, Werle R (2021) Spray solution pH and soybean injury as influenced by synthetic auxin formulation and spray additives. Weed Technology 35:113-127 doi: 10.1017/wet.2020.89 

Zimbric JW, Stoltenberg DE, Picasso VD (2021) Strategies to reduce plant height in dual-use intermediate wheatgrass cropping systems. Agronomy Journal 113:1563-1573 doi: 10.1002/agj2.20544 

Wilson CE, Takano HK, Van Horn CR, Yerka MK, Westra P, Stoltenberg DE (2020) Physiological and molecular analysis of glyphosate resistance in non-rapid response Ambrosia trifida from Wisconsin. Pest Management Science 76:150-160 doi: 10.1002/ps.5485  

Zimbric JW, Stoltenberg DE, Picasso VD (2020) Effective weed suppression in dual-use intermediate wheatgrass systems. Agronomy Journal 112:2164-2175 doi: 10.1002/agj2.20194  

Drewitz NM, Stoltenberg DE (2018) Weed communities in strip-tillage corn/no-tillage soybean rotation and chisel-plow corn systems after 10 years of variable management. Weed Science 66:651-661 doi: 10.1017/wsc.2018.40  

Hammer DJ, Stoltenberg DE, Colquhoun JB, Conley SP (2018) Has breeding over 80 years improved soybean competitive ability with weeds? Weed Science 66:57-61 doi: 10.1017/wsc.2017.60  

Marion SM, Davis VM, Stoltenberg DE (2017) Characterization of Wisconsin giant ragweed resistant to cloransulam. Weed Science 65:41-51 doi: 10.1614/WS-D-16-00083.1  

Saunders Bulan M, Wu J, Emshwiller E, Berres ME, Posner JL, Peng D, Wang X, Li J, Stoltenberg DE, Zhang Y (2017)  Social and environmental influences on tartary buckwheat (Fagopyrum tataricum Gaertn.) varietal diversity in Yunnan, China. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 64:113-125 doi: 10.1007/s10722-015-0337-0   

Saunders Bulan MT, Posner JL, Peng D, Emshwiller E, Wang X, Li J, Stoltenberg DE, Stoecker R (2017) Old crop, new society: Persistence and change of tartary buckwheat farming in Yunnan, China. Human Ecology 45:37-51 doi: 10.1007/s10745-016-9871-4  

Butts TR, Norsworthy JK, Kruger GR, Sandell LD, Young BG, Steckel LE, Loux MM, Bradley KW, Conley SP, Stoltenberg DE, Arriaga FJ, Davis VM (2016) Management of pigweed (Amaranthus spp.) in glufosinate-resistant soybean in the Midwest and Midsouth. Weed Technology 30:355-365 doi: 10.1614/WT-D-15-00076.1  

Larson AD, Renz MJ, Stoltenberg DE (2016) Effects of giant and yellow foxtail competition on establishment and productivity of switchgrass. Weed Science 64:129-136 doi: 10.1614/WS-D-14-00160.1  

Regnier EE, Harrison SK, Loux MM, Holloman C, Venkatesh R, Diekmann F, Taylor R, Ford RA, Stoltenberg DE, Hartzler RG, Davis AS, Schutte BJ, Cardina J, Mahoney KJ, Johnson WG (2016) Certified crop advisors’ perceptions of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) distribution, herbicide resistance, and management in the Corn Belt. Weed Science 64:361-377. doi: 10.1614/WS-D-15-00116.1 

Glettner CE, Stoltenberg DE (2015) Noncompetitive growth and fecundity of Wisconsin giant ragweed resistant to glyphosate. Weed Science 63:273-281 doi: 10.1614/WS-D-14-00040.1  

Recker RA, Lauer JG, Stoltenberg DE, Mitchell PD, Davis VM (2015) Does timing influence the utility of reduced atrazine rates for proactive resistance management? Weed Technology 29:464-471 doi: 10.1614/WT-D-14-00120.1  

Recker RA, Mitchell PD, Stoltenberg DE, Lauer JG, Davis VM (2015) Late-season weed escape survey reveals discontinued atrazine use associated with greater abundance of broadleaf weeds. Weed Technology 29:451-463 doi: 10.1614/WT-D-14-00122.1  

Saunders Bulan MT, Stoltenberg DE, Posner JL (2015) Buckwheat species as summer cover crops for weed suppression in vegetable cropping systems. Weed Science 63:690-702 doi: 10.1614/WS-D-14-00088.1 

Weed ecology and management; selection, persistence, and spread of herbicide-resistant weeds; mechanisms of herbicide resistance. Current research focuses on weed community dynamics and suppression in Kernza® intermediate wheatgrass (Thinopyrum intermedium) systems. Herbicide resistance research focuses on giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida), common waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus), and Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in Wisconsin.  

Classroom teaching includes Agronomy 300 Cropping Systems, which addresses environmental impacts, productivity, and profitability of Midwest crop production systems. An agroecological approach, the application of ecological concepts and principles to better understand cropping system services and tradeoffs, is emphasized. Specific topics include agricultural intensification, agroecosystem structure and function, aspects of technology adoption, soil erosion and conservation, tillage systems, weed ecology and management, nutrient dynamics and management, water quality, crop rotation, and cropping system diversification.