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Julian, J.W., Strik, B.C., Bryla, D.R., and Sullivan, D.M.  Costs of establishing organic northern highbush blueberry: Impacts of planting method, fertilizer type, and mulch type. HortScience. 47(7):866-873.

   

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Bryla, D.R., Strik, B.C., Banados, M.P., and Righetti, T.L. 2012. Response of highbush bluebery to nitrogen fertilizer during field establishment, I: Accumulation and allocation of fertilizer nitrogen and biomass. HortScience. 47(5):648-655.  

   

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Bryla, D.R., Strik, B.C., Banados, M.P., and Righetti, T.L. 2012. Response of highbush bluebery to nitrogen fertilizer during field establishment--II. Plant nutrient requirements in relation to nitrogen fertilizer supply. HortScience. 47(7):917-926.

   

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Bryla, D.R. Application of the "4R" nutrient stewardship concept to horticultural crops: getting nutrients in the "Right" place. HortTechnology. 21(6):674-682.

   

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Bryla, D.R., Gartung, J.L., Strik, B.C. 2011. Evaluation of irrigation methods for highbush blueberry--I. Growth and water requirements of young plants.  HortScience. 46(1): 95-101.

   

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Bryla, D.R., Trout, T.J., and Ayars, J.E. 2010. Weighing lysimeters for developing crop coefficients and efficient irrigation practices for vegetable crops.  HortScience. 45(11): 1597-1604.

   

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Bryla, D.R., Yorgey, B., and Shireman, A.D. 2009. Irrigation management effects on yield and fruit quality of highbush blueberry. Acta Horticulturae. 810:649-656.

   

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Resendes, M.L., Bryla, D.R., and Eissenstat, D.M. 2008.  Early events in the life of apple roots: variation in root growth rate is linked to mycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal fungal colonization. Plant Soil. 313: 175-186.

   

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Bryla, D.R., Linderman, R.G., and Yang, W.Q. 2008. Incidence of Phytophthora and Pythium  infection and the relation to cultural conditions in commercial blueberry fields. HortScience.43(1):260-263.

 

 

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Bryla, D.R. and Strik, B. 2008. Do primocanes and floricanes compete for soil water in blackberry? Acta Horticulturae. 777:477-482.

 

 

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Machado, R.A., Bryla, B.R.,Verissimo, M.L., Sena, A.M., and Oliveira, M.R.G. 2008 Nitrogen requirements for growth and early fruit development of drip-irrigated processing tomato (Lycopersicon esculentumMill.) in Portugal. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment. 6(3&4):215-218.

   

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Basile, B., Bryla, B.R., Salsman, M.L., Marsal, J., Cirillo, C., Johnson, R.S., DeJong, R. 2007.   Growth patterns and morphology of fine roots of size-controlling and invigorating peach rootstocks.   Tree Physiology 27:231-241.

   

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Bryla, D.R. and Linderman, R.G. 2007. Implications of irrigation method and amount of water application on Phytophthora and Pythium infection and severity of root rot in highbush blueberry. HortScience. 42(6):1463-1467.

 

 

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Bryla, D.R. and Strik, B. 2007. Effects of cultivar and plant spacing on the seasonal water requirements of highbush blueberry. Journal of the American Sociey for Horticultural Science. 132(2):270-277.

 

 

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Bryla, D.R., Dickson, E., Shenk, R., Johnson, R.S., Crisosto, C.H., Trout, T.J. 2005. Influence of irrigation method and scheduling on patterns of soil and tree water status and its relation to yield and fruit quality in peach. HortScience.   40(7):2118-2124.  

 

 

 

 

Bryla, D.R., Eissenstat, D.M. 2005. Respiratory costs of mycorrhizal associations. In: Lambers, H. and Ribas-Carbo, M., editors. Plant Respiration: From Cell to Ecosystem. Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Vol. 18.  Dordrecht, NL: Springer. p. 207-224.  

 

 

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Bryla, D.R., Trout, T.J., Ayars, J.E., Johnson, R.S. 2003. Growth and production of young peach trees irrigated by furrow, microjet, surface drip, or subsurface drip systems. HortScience 38:1112-1116.  

 

 

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Bryla, D.R., Bañuelos, G.S., Mitchell, J.P. 2003. Water requirements of subsurface drip-irrigated faba bean in California. Irrigation Science 22:31-37.  

 

 

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Poulton, J.L., Bryla, D., Koide, R.T., Stephenson, A.G. 2002. Mycorrhizal infection and high soil phosphorus improve vegetative growth and the female and male functions in tomato. The New Phytologist 154:255-264.  

 

 

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Bryla, D.R., Bouma, T.J., Hartmond, U., Eissenstat, D.M. 2001. Influence of temperature and soil drying on respiration of individual roots in citrus: Integrating greenhouse observations into a predictive model for the field. Plant, Cell and Environment 24:781-790.

 

   
 

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