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Zasada, I.A., Weiland, J. E., Reed, R.L., and Stevens, J.F. 2012. Activity of meadowfoam (Limnanthes alba) seed meal glucolimnanthin degradation products against soilborne pathogens. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 60:339-345.



Weiland, J. E., Leon, A.L., Edmonds, R.L., Littke, W.R., Browning, J.E., Davis, A., Beck, B.R., Miller, T.W., Cherry, M.L., and Rose. R. 2011. The effects of methyl bromide alternatives on soil and seedling pathogen populations, weeds, and seedling morphology in Oregon and Washington forest nurseries. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 41:1855-1896.



Weiland, J. E. 2011. Influence of isolation method on recovery of Pythium species from forest nursery soils in Oregon and Washington. Plant Disease. 95:547-553.



Weiland, J. E., Nelson, A.H., and Hudler, G. W. 2010. Aggressiveness of Phytophthora cactorum, P. citricola I, and P. plurivora from European beech. Plant Disease. 94:1009-1014.



Nelson, A.H., Weiland, J. E., and Hudler, G.W. 2010. Prevalence, distribution and identification of Phytophthora species from bleeding cankers on European beech. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 28:150-158.



Weiland, J. E., Nelson, A.H., and Hudler, G.W. 2009. Effects of mefenoxam, phosphonate, and paclobutrazol on in vitro characteristics of Phytophthora cactorum and P. citricola and on canker size of European beech. Plant Disease. 93:741-746.


Weiland, J. E. and Stanosz, G. R. 2007. The histology of hybrid poplar clones inoculated with Septoria musiva. Plant Disease. 91:1524-1530.


Weiland, J. and Stanosz, G. 2006. Sawadaea tulasnei powdery mildew of Norway maple (Acer platanoides) in North America. Plant Disease. 90:830.


Weiland, J. E. and Stanosz, G. R. 2006. Cultural and PCR-based detection of Septoria musiva in inoculated hybrid poplar stems. Forest Pathology. 36:198-208.


Weiland, J. E., Stanosz, J. C. and Stanosz, G. R. 2005. A test of the validity of screening poplar clones for long-term canker disease damage by responses to inoculation with Septoria musiva. Tree Plant. Notes. 51:6-15.


Feau, N., Weiland, J. E., Stanosz, G. R., and Bernier, L. 2005. Specific and sensitive PCR-based detection of Septoria musiva, S. populicola, and S. populi, the causes of leafspot and stem canker on poplars. Mycological Research. 109:1015-1028.


Weiland, J. E., Stanosz, J. C., and Stanosz, G. R. 2003. Prediction of long-term canker disease damage from the responses of juvenile poplar clones to inoculation with Septoria musiva. Plant Disease. 87:1507-1514.


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