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You are here: Home / 20 Most Recently Added Publications
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Year
TitleAuthorsPrimary Station
2017 CALINVASIVES: a revolutionary tool to monitor invasive threats Garbelotto, M.; Drill, S.; Powell, C.; Malpas, J.; PSW
2017 Development of a predictive model to estimate the effect of soil solarization on survival of soilborne inoculum of Phytophthora ramorum and Phytophthora pini Funahashi, Fumiaki; Parke, Jennifer L.; PSW
2017 Development of reagents for immunoassay of Phytophthora ramorum in nursery water samples Luster, Douglas G.; Widmer, Timothy; McMahon, Michael; Lévesque, C. André; PSW
2017 Diversity of foliar Phytophthora species on Rhododendron in Oregon nurseries Knaus, B.J.; Graham, K.A.; Grünwald, Niklaus J.; Fieland, Valerie J.; PSW
2017 Host range determination and fungicide resistance assessment of Phytophthora lateralis isolates from horticultural nurseries in Oregon Rupp, Franziska; Peterson, Ebba K.; Eberhart, Joyce; Parke, Jennifer L.; PSW
2017 Identification of five new hosts of Phytophthora ramorum in an infested forest in California Rooney-Latham, S.; Blomquist, C.L.; Williams, A.; Gunnison, E.; Pastalka, T.; PSW
2017 Interaction of Trichoderma asperellum with Phytophthora ramorum inoculum soil populations and enzyme secretion Sharma, Supriya; Schweigkofler, Wolfgang; Suslow, Karen; Widmer, Timothy L.; PSW
2017 Longevity of active Phytophthora ramorum in terminal tree hosts following the removal of primary sporulating hosts Wylder, Barnaby; Biddle, Mick; Harris, Anna; Webber, Joan; PSW
2017 Management of foliar infection of Rhododendron by Phytophthora ramorum with film forming polymers and surfactants Peterson, Ebba K.; Larson, Eric; PSW
2017 Potential susceptibility of Canadian flora to EU2 lineage of Phytophthora ramorum Shamoun, S.F.; Sumampong, G.; Rioux, D.; Schlenzig, A.; PSW
2017 Research on the quarantine pathogen Phytophthora ramorum at the National Ornamentals Research Site at Dominican University of California Schweigkofler, Wolfgang; Kosta, Kathleen; Pastalka, Tomas; Huffman, Vernon; Sharma, Supriya; Suslow, Karen; PSW
2017 Resequencing of the Phytophthora ramorum genome to characterize genetic variation and population dynamics of the invasive pathogen Yuzon, Jennifer; Rizzo, David M.; Malar C, Mathu; Tripathy, Sucheta; Kasuga, Takao; PSW
2017 Sentinel plant monitoring of Phytophthora ramorum at a research nursery over a six-year-period indicates limited aerial pathogen spread Pastalka, Tomas; Suslow, Karen; Schweigkofler, Wolfgang; PSW
2017 Soil moisture and temperature conditions affect survival and sporulation capacity of Rhododendron leaf disks infested with Phytophthora ramorum Peterson, Ebba K.; Grünwald, Niklaus J.; ParkeSoil, Jennifer L.; PSW
2017 Solarization of reused pots is an inexpensive and efficient method to eliminate Phytophthora cactorum and other serious soilborne Phytophthora spp. found in production nurseries Suslow, K.; Sharma, S.; Kosta, K.; Weber, Kristina; Rooney-Latham, S.; PSW
2017 Testing biological control agents for suppression of Phytophthora ramorum in potting mixes in a simulated nursery environment Elliott, Marianne; Chastagner, Gary; PSW
2017 The effect of moisture on infection of Rhododendron 'Cunningham's White' and Viburnum tinus by zoospores of Phytophthora ramorum Tooley, Paul W.; Browning, Marsha; PSW
2017 Thermal inactivation of infested plants, nursery equipment, and soil is a management option for the treatment of Phytophthora ramorum, causal agent of sudden oak death Schweigkofler, Wolfgang; Huffman, Vernon; Suslow, Karen; Kosta, Kathleen; PSW
2017 This tree is not big enough for the both of us: symptoms of Phytophthora ramorum on California bay laurel are lower when insect herbivores are abundant Wininger, Kerry E.; Rank, Nathan; PSW
2017 Validation of the bait test with Rhododendron leaves for Phytophthora diagnosis Junker, Corina; Werres, Sabine; PSW
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