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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Randall E Driggers
Citrus and Other Subtropical Products Research
Plant Pathologist

Phone: (772) 462-5967

2001 S ROCK ROAD
FORT PIERCE, FL, 34945


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Volatile Profile Comparison of USDA Sweet Orange-like Hybrids versus ‘Hamlin’ and ‘Ambersweet’ - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bai, J., Baldwin, E.A., Hearn, J., Driggers, R.E., Stover, E.W. 2014. Volatile Profile Comparison of USDA Sweet Orange-like Hybrids versus ‘Hamlin’ and ‘Ambersweet’. HortScience. 49(10):1262-1267.
Freeze response of citrus and citrus-related genotypes in a Florida field planting - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (19-Jun-14)
Resistance and tolerance to huanglongbing in citrus - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stover, E.W., McCollum, T.G., Driggers, R.E., Lee, R.F., Shatters, R.G., Duan, Y.P, Ritenour, M.A., Chaparro, J., Hall, D.G. 2015. Resistance and tolerance to huanglongbing in citrus. Acta Horticulturae. 1065:899-903.
Incidence and severity of Asiatic citrus canker on citrus and citrus–related germplasm in a Florida field planting - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stover, E.W., Richardson, M.L., Driggers, R., Hall, D.G., Duan, Y.P., Lee, R.F. 2014. Incidence and severity of Asiatic citrus canker on citrus and citrus–related germplasm in a Florida field planting. HortScience. 49:4-9.
Volatile Profile Comparison of USDA Sweet-Orange-Like Hybrids and Standard Sweet Oranges - (Proceedings)
Bai, J., Baldwin, E.A., Stover, E.W., Driggers, R.E., Hearn, J. 2014. Volatile Profile Comparison of USDA Sweet-Orange-Like Hybrids and Standard Sweet Oranges . Proceedings of Florida State Horticultural Society. 126:216.
Update on USDA advanced citrus scion selections for Indian River Citrus League - (Popular Publication)
Stover, E., McCollum, G., Driggers, R., Salvatore, J. 2013. Update on USDA advanced citrus scion selections for Indian River Citrus League. River Ramblings: The Indian River Citrus League Newsletter, May 2013, p.5.
Volatile profile comparison of USDA sweet-orange-like hybrids vs ‘Hamlin’ and ‘Ambersweet’ - (Abstract Only)
Bai, J., Baldwin, E.A., Driggers, R.E., Hearn, J., Stover, E.W. 2013. Volatile profile comparison of USDA sweet-orange-like hybrids vs ‘Hamlin’ and ‘Ambersweet’[abstract]. The Florida State Horticultural Society Annual Meeting, June 2-4, 2013, Sarasota, Florida.
Breeding for resistance/tolerance to HLB within citrus - (Proceedings) - (20-Jan-13)
Huanglongbing resistance and tolerance in citrus - (Proceedings)
Stover, E., McCollum, G., Driggers, R., Duan, Y., Shatters, R., Ritenour, M., Hall, D.G., Chaparro, J. 2013. Huanglongbing resistance and tolerance in citrus. In: Proceedings of the International Research Conference on Huanglongbing, p. 10.1, February 4-8, 2013, Orlando, Florida. Available: http://irchlb.org/files/74c98989-2bd2-4222-b.pdf
Conventional and transgenic resistance/tolerance to Huanglongbing in citrus - (Abstract Only) - (01-Sep-12)
Resistance and tolerance to huanglongbing in citrus - (Abstract Only) - (31-Jul-12)
Reduced rates and alternatives to methyl bromide for snapdragon production in Florida - (Proceedings)
Rosskopf, E.N., Burelle, N.K., Driggers, R.E., Nissen, E., Nissen, O., Mcsorley, R., Wang, K., Kreger, R. 2007. Reduced rates and alternatives to methyl bromide for snapdragon production in Florida. Proceedings of Methyl Bromide Alternatives Conference. 106:1-3.
EVALUATION OF MIDAS™ FOR PRODUCTION OF ORNAMENTAL COCKSCOMB (Celosia argentea) IN FLORIDA - (Proceedings)
Rosskopf, E.N., Burelle, N.K., Driggers, R.E., Kreger, R., Holzinger, J. 2006. Evaluation of midas™ for production of ornamental cockscomb (celosia argentea) in florida. Proceedings of Methyl Bromide Alternatives Conference. 37:1-4.
Efficacy of MIDAS™ for Control of Meloidogyne incognita on Celosia in Florida - (Proceedings)
Burelle, N.K., Rosskopf, E.N., Driggers, R.E., Kreger, R., Holzinger, J. 2006. Efficacy of MIDAS™ for Control of Meloidogyne incognita on Celosia in Florida. Proceedings of Methyl Bromide Alternatives Conference. 112:1-2.
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