Stacy Adams

Stacy Adams

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·Nebraska Hops

Stacy Adams

Associate Professor of Practice

B.S. Horticulture, Kansas State University, 1984

M.S. Horticulture, University of Nebraska, 1996

Areas of Focus

  • Specialty Crops
  • Season Extension Tools
  • Greenhouse Operation and Management

Major Project Activities

Hops quality and productivity evaluation in various geographical and climatic locations across Nebraska and development of outreach materials to support an emerging hops industry in the region.

Research & Extension Interests

  • Hops Cultivar and Production Evaluation for Nebraska
  • Season Extension Tools for Specialty Crop Growers

Courses Taught


Publications

  • Lambe, D. and Adams, S.A.. 2016. Estimated Costs of Producing Hops in Nebraska. University of Nebraska Extension. EC3010. 5p.
  • Adams, S.A. and K. Todd. 2015. High Tunnel Design, Site Development, and Construction. University of Nebraska Extension. EC308. 12pp.
  • Adams, S.A. and K. Todd. 2014. Cold Frames, High Tunnels, and Greenhouses: Choose a Growing Structure Best for You. University of Nebraska Extension. G2246. 4pp.
  • Adams, S.A. and E.T. Paparozzi. 2014. Constructing a Block and Fence Growing Bench for use with a Capillary Mat Irrigation System for Greenhouse Plant Production. University of Nebraska Extension. EC303. 12pp.
  • Meyer, G. E., Paparozzi, E. T., Adams, S. 2014. Evaluation of a Soilless Media Sensor for Managing Winter-time Greenhouse Strawberry Production on CapMat Systems. St. Joseph, MI: An ASABE 2014 International Meeting Presentation. The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
  • Mabie, D., Meyer, G. E., Adams, S. 2013. Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Small Nebraska Greenhouse Systems. St. Joseph, MI: An ASABE 2013 International Meeting Presentation. Paper number 131608408, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
  • Lambe, D., S.A. Adams, and E.T. Paparozzi. 2012. Estimating construction costs for a low-cost Quonset-style Greenhouse. University of Nebraska Extension. EC 104. 8 pp.
  • Meyer, G.E.,  E.T. Paparozzi, E.A.Walter-Shea, E.E. Blankenship, and S.A. Adams, 2011.  An Investigation of Reflective Mulches for Use over Capillary Mat Systems for Winter-time Greenhouse Strawberry Production.  Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 28(2): 271-279.
  • Meyer, G.E., E.T. Paparozzi,  E. Walter-Shea, and  S. A. Adams, 2010.  Use of Reflective PAR Mulches to Enhance Winter-time Greenhouse Strawberry Production.  ASABE Paper Number 1009783.  The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, St Joseph MI.

Grant Project Activities

  • Gaussoin, R. (Principal Investigator), Fisk, C. (Investigator), Amundsen, K. (Investigator), Adams, S. (Investigator), 93209, Grant, "Hops Extension & Brewer/Grower Conf", Ne Dept Agriculture, State Agencies, Public Service, $119,320.00, Awarded. (sub: May 31, 2016, start: September 30, 2016, end: September 29, 2019).
  • Adams, S. A. (Co-Principal Investigator), Contract, "Season Extension Seminars for Specialty Crop Growers", Nebraska Department of Agriculture, State Agencies, Instruction/Training, $21,990.00, Awarded, No. (expsub: August 1, 2015, sub: August 15, 2015, start: October 1, 2015, end: September 30, 2018).
  • Adams, S. (Principal Investigator), 91291, Grant, "Extend Growing Season for NE SCG", Ne Dept Agriculture, State Agencies, Public Service, $4,200.00, Awarded. (sub: March 3, 2016, start: September 30, 2015, end: September 29, 2018).
  • Adams, S. (Principal Investigator), Todd, K. (Investigator), 87418, Grant, "Hops Cultivar & Production Eval", Ne Dept Agriculture, State Agencies, Research, $87,061.00, Awarded. (sub: May 29, 2015, start: September 30, 2015, end: September 29, 2018).