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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.
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.
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.
Bryla, D.R. Application of the "4R" nutrient stewardship concept to horticultural crops: getting nutrients in the "Right" place. HortTechnology. 21(6):674-682.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bryla, D.R. and Strik, B. 2008. Do primocanes and floricanes compete for soil water in blackberry? Acta Horticulturae. 777:477-482.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bryla, D.R., Ba?uelos, G.S., Mitchell, J.P. 2003. Water requirements of subsurface drip-irrigated faba bean in
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.
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.