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Howard F Harrison
Charleston, South Carolina
Collaborator

Phone: (843) 402-5323
Fax: (843) 573-4715

2700 SAVANNAH HWY
CHARLESTON , SC 294145334


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Evaluation of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2013 -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2016. Evaluation of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2013. Arthropod Management Tests. V40:1-2. http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index/html, doi: 10.1093/amt/tsv209.
Evaluation of regional sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2013 -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2015. Evaluation of regional sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2013. Arthropod Management Tests. V39:M1. http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Tolerance of broccoli cultivars to pre-transplanting clomazone -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Farnham, M.W., Jackson, D.M. 2015. Tolerance of broccoli cultivars to pre-transplanting clomazone. Crop Protection. 69:28-33.
Management of sweet potato leaf curl virus in sweetpotatoes using insecticides -
Jackson, D.M., Ling, K., Simmons, A.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2014. Management of sweet potato leaf curl virus in sweetpotatoes using insecticides. Journal of Agricultural and Urban Entomology. 30:82-95.
Utilizing Citrullus lanatus var. citroides germplasm for developing tetraploid lines useful as rootstocks and in breeding programs of seedless watermelon lines -
Levi, A., Thies, J.A., Wechter, W.P., Kousik, C.S., Harrison Jr, H.F., Weng, Y., Hassell, R. 2014. Utilizing Citrullus lanatus var. citroides germplasm for developing tetraploid lines useful as rootstocks and in breeding programs of seedless watermelon lines. Cucurbitaceae Proceedings. 27:A48.
Pre- and post-harvest development of Phytophthora fruit rot on watermelons treated with fungicides in the field Reprint Icon -
Kousik, C.S., Ikerd, J.L., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2014. Pre- and post-harvest development of Phytophthora fruit rot on watermelons treated with fungicides in the field. Plant Health Progress. 15(3):145-150.
Whitefly transmission of Sweet potato leaf curl virus in sweetpotato germplasm -
Simmons, A.M., Ling, K., Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2014. Whitefly transmission of Sweet potato leaf curl virus in sweetpotato germplasm. International Plant Resistance to Insects Workshop Abstracts & Proceedings. p. 39.
Evaluation of Actigard and fungicides for management of Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon, 2013 -
Kousik, C.S., Ikerd, J.L., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2014. Evaluation of Actigard and fungicides for management of Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon, 2013. Plant Disease Management Reports. 8:V257.
Evaluation of fungicide rotations for management of Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon, 2013 -
Kousik, C.S., Ikerd, J.L., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2014. Evaluation of fungicide rotations for management of Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon, 2013. Plant Disease Management Reports. 8:V256.
US-1136, US-1137, and US-1138 cowpea lines for cover crop use -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M., Thies, J.A., Fery, R.L., Smith, J.P. 2014. US-1136, US-1137, and US-1138 cowpea lines for cover crop use. HortScience. 49(3):364-366.
Insect resistance in traditional and heirloom sweetpotato varieties -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2013. Insect resistance in traditional and heirloom sweetpotato varieties. Journal of Economic Entomology. 106(3):1456-1462.
Evaluation of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2011 Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2013. Evaluation of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2011. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 38, Report No. M-2. Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Evaluation of dry-fleshed sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2011 Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2013. Evaluation of dry-fleshed sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2011. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 38, Report No. M-4. Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Evaluation of regional sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2012 Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2013. Evaluation of regional sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2012. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 38, Report No. M-7. Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Evaluation of heirloom sweetpotato cultivars for resistance to soil insect pests, 2011 Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2013. Evaluation of heirloom sweetpotato cultivars for resistance to soil insect pests, 2011. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 38, Report No. M-6. Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Evaluation of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2012 Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2013. Evaluation of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2012. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 38, Report No. M-3. Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Evaluation of dry-fleshed sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2012 Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2013. Evaluation of dry-fleshed sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2012. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 38, Report No. M-5. Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Differences in tolerance of broccoli and cabbage cultivars to clomazone herbicide -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Farnham, M.W. 2013. Differences in tolerance of broccoli and cabbage cultivars to clomazone herbicide. HortTechnology. 23(1):6-11.
Evaluaiton of heirloom sweetpotato cultivars for resistance to soil insect pests, 2010 -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Ling, K. 2012. Evaluaiton of heirloom sweetpotato cultivars for resistance to soil insect pests, 2010. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 37, Report No. M5, available at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Evalution of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2010 -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2012. Evalution of advanced sweetpotato genotypes for resistance to soil insect pests, 2010. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 37, Report No. M3, Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Evaluation of Dry-Fleshed Sweetpotato Genotypes For Resistance To Soil Insect Pests, 2010 -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2012. Evaluation of Dry-Fleshed Sweetpotato Genotypes For Resistance To Soil Insect Pests, 2010. Arthropod Management Tests. Volume 37, Report No. M4, Online Journal at http://www.entsoc.org/pubs/index.html.
Resistance to Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon caused by Phytophthora capsici in U.S. Plant Introductions (PI) -
Kousik, C.S., Ikerd, J.L., Wechter, W.P., Harrison Jr, H.F., Levi, A. 2012. Resistance to Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon caused by Phytophthora capsici in U.S. Plant Introductions (PI). HortScience. 47(12):1682-1689.
Response of broccoli and cabbage hybrid cultivars to clomazone -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Farnham, M.W. 2012. Response of broccoli and cabbage hybrid cultivars to clomazone. HortScience. 17(9):S331.
Exploiting genetic diversity in Citrullus spp. to enhance watermelon cultivars -
Levi, A., Thies, J.A., Wechter, W.P., Kousik, C.S., Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Simmons, A.M., Reddy, U.K., Nimmakayala, P., Fei, Z. 2012. Exploiting genetic diversity in Citrullus spp. to enhance watermelon cultivars. Acta Horticulturae. Pp. 41-48.
High frequency oligonucleotides – targeting active gene (HFO-TAG) markers reveal wide genetic diversity among Citrullus spp. accessions useful for enhancing disease or pest resistance in watermelon cultivars -
Levi, A., Thies, J.A., Wechter, W.P., Harrison Jr, H.F., Simmons, A.M., Reddy, U., Nimmakayala, P., Fei, Z. 2012. High frequency oligonucleotides – targeting active gene (HFO-TAG) markers reveal wide genetic diversity among Citrullus spp. accessions useful for enhancing disease or pest resistance in watermelon cultivars. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution. 60:427-440.
Partial leaf chemical profiles of a desert watermelon species (Citrullus colocynthis) and heirloom watermelon cultivars (Citrullus lanatus var. lanatus) -
Ogbuji, K., McCutcheon, G.S., Simmons, A.M., Snook, M.E., Harrison, H.F., Levi, A. 2012. Partial leaf chemical profiles of a desert watermelon species (Citrullus colocynthis) and heirloom watermelon cultivars (Citrullus lanatus var. lanatus). HortScience. 47:580-584.
Evaluation of Actigard and fungicides for management of Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon, 2011. -
Kousik, C.S., Ikerd, J.L., Thies, J.A., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2012. Evaluation of Actigard and fungicides for management of Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon, 2011.. Plant Disease Management Reports. 6:V012.
Insect resistance in sweetpotato plant introduction accessions -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Ryan-Bohac, J. 2012. Insect resistance in sweetpotato plant introduction accessions. Journal of Economic Entomology. 105:651-658.
Inhibition of bacterial, fungal and plant growth by testa extracts of Citrullus genotypes -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Wechter, W.P., Kousik, C.S. 2012. Inhibition of bacterial, fungal and plant growth by testa extracts of Citrullus genotypes. HortScience. 47:448-451.
Effect of actigard and other new fungicides on phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon -
Response of Two Sweet Potato Cultivars to Weed Interference -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2011. Response of Two Sweet Potato Cultivars to Weed Interference. Crop Protection. 30:1291-1296.
Experimental Host Range and Natural Reservoir of Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus in the United States -
Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Simmons, A.M., Zhang, S., Jackson, D.M. 2011. Experimental Host Range and Natural Reservoir of Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus in the United States. Crop Protection. 30:1055-1062.
Effect of Cultural Practices and Fungicides on Phytophthora Fruit Rot of Watermelon in the Carolinas -
Kousik, C.S., Adams, M.L., Jester, W.R., Hassell, R., Harrison Jr, H.F., Holmes, G.J. 2011. Effect of Cultural Practices and Fungicides on Phytophthora Fruit Rot of Watermelon in the Carolinas. Crop Protection. 30:888-894.
Identification of citrullus lanatus germplasm lines tolerant to clomazone herbicide -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Kousik, C.S., Levi, A. 2011. Identification of citrullus lanatus germplasm lines tolerant to clomazone herbicide. HortScience. 46(5):684-687.
Results of 2010 Fungicide Trials to Manage Phytophthora Fruit Rot of Watermelon in South Carolina -
Greenhouse assessment of differences in clomazone tolerance among sweetpotato cultivars -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2011. Greenhouse assessment of differences in clomazone tolerance among sweetpotato cultivars. Weed Technology. 25:501-505.
Evaluation of Actigard and Fungicides for Managing Phytophthora Fruit Rot of Watermelon, 2010 -
Kousik, C.S., Thies, J.A., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2011. Evaluation of Actigard and Fungicides for Managing Phytophthora Fruit Rot of Watermelon, 2010. Plant Disease Management Reports. 5:V058.
USVL-220, A Novel Watermelon Breeding Line -
Levi, A., Thies, J.A., Simmons, A.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Hassell, R., Keinath, A. USVL-220, A Novel Watermelon Breeding Line. HortScience. 46(1):135–138. 2011.
‘Liberty’ Dry-Fleshed Sweetpotato -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Thies, J.A., Bohac, J., Mueller, J.D. 2011. ‘Liberty’ Dry-Fleshed Sweetpotato. HortScience. 46:125-129.
Citrullus Germplasm Lines Vary in Clomazone Herbicide Tolerance -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Kousik, C.S., Levi, A. 2010. Citrullus Germplasm Lines Vary in Clomazone Herbicide Tolerance. Cucurbitaceae Proceedings. p. 31-34.
US-1136, US-1137, and US-1138 Cowpea Germplasm Lines for Use as a Cover Crop Reprint Icon -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Fery, R.L., Thies, J.A., Smith, J. 2010. US-1136, US-1137, and US-1138 Cowpea Germplasm Lines for Use as a Cover Crop. HortScience. 48(8):s281-s282. (Abstr.)
Tolerance to the Herbicide Clomazone in Watermelon Plant Introductions -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Kousik, C.S., Levi, A. 2010. Tolerance to the Herbicide Clomazone in Watermelon Plant Introductions. HortScience. 45:510.
Field evaluation of yield effects on the U.S.A. heirloom sweet potato cultivars infected by sweet potato leaf curl virus -
Ling, K., Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Simmons, A.M., Pesic-Valesbroeck, Z. 2010. Field evaluation of yield effects on the U.S.A. heirloom sweet potato cultivars infected by sweet potato leaf curl virus. Crop Protection. 29:757-765.
Notice of Release of US-1136, US-1137, and US-1138 Cowpea Gerplasm Lines with Potential For Use As A Cover Crop -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Fery, R.L., Thies, J.A., Smith, J.P. 2010. Notice of Release of US-1136, US-1137, and US-1138 Cowpea Gerplasm Lines with Potential For Use As A Cover Crop. Germplasm Release. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Washington, D.C. 20350, January 4, 2010.
‘Charleston Scarlet’ Sweetpotato Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Bohac, J., Thies, J.A., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2010. ‘Charleston Scarlet’ Sweetpotato. HortScience. 45:306-309.
Transmission of Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus by Bemisia tabaci -
Simmons, A.M., Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2009. Transmission of Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus by Bemisia Tabaci. Bemisia International Workshop Proceedings. p. 4.
Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus: Efficiency of Acquisition, Retention and Transmission by Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) -
Simmons, A.M., Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2009. Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus: Efficiency of Acquisition, Retention and Transmission by Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae). Crop Protection. 28:1007-1011.
Evaluation of Cowpea Germplasm Lines Adapted for Use as a Cover Crop in the Southeastern US -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Fery, R.L., Thies, J.A., Smith, J.P. 2009. Evaluation of Cowpea Germplasm Lines Adapted for Use as a Cover Crop in the Southeastern US. HortScience. 44(5):1511.
Effects of Meristem Culture on Yields of Heirloom Sweetpotatoes in the Field -
Jackson, D.M., Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2009. Effects of Meristem Culture on Yields of Heirloom Sweetpotatoes in the Field. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2008. Abstract B11, Pgs 12-13 In K. Pecota (ed.).
Differences in Clomazone Tolerance among Sweetpotato Varieties -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2009. Differences in Clomazone Tolerance among Sweetpotato Varieties. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Proceedings and Weed Science Society of America. Abstract #48.
Effects of A Killed-Cover Crop Mulching System on Sweetpotato Production, Soil Pests, and Insect Predators in South Carolina Reprint Icon -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2008. Effects of A Killed-Cover Crop Mulching System on Sweetpotato Production, Soil Pests, and Insect Predators in South Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology. 101:1871-1880.
Forty-nine New Host Plant Species for Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) -
Simmons, A.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Ling, K. 2008. Forty-nine New Host Plant Species for Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae). Entomological Science (Japan). 11:385-390.
A Survey of Watermelon Germplasm for Inhibitory Seed Exudates -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Levi, A., Kousik, C.S. 2008. A survey of watermelon germplasm for inhibitory seed exudates. HortScience. 42(1):138-142.
Caffeoylquinic Acids in Storage Roots of Sixteen Sweetpotato Genotypes -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Mitchell, T.R., Peterson, J.K., Wechter, W.P., Majetich, G.R. 2008. Caffeoylquinic Acids in Storage Roots of Sixteen Sweetpotato Genotypes. Journal American Society Hortscience. 133(4):492-500.
Environment and Genotype Affect Sweetpotato Storage Root Periderm Resin Glycoside Content -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Peterson, J.K., Snook, M.E. 2008. Environment and Genotype Affect Sweetpotato Storage Root Periderm Resin Glycoside Content. HortScience. Allelopathy Journal 22(1) : 93-100.
Whitefly transmission of the Sweet potato leaf curl virus -
Simmons, A.M., Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2008. Whitefly transmission of the Sweet potato leaf curl virus. International Congress of Entomology. Durban, South Africa, 6-12 July 2008.
Differential Clomazone, Herbicide Tolerance among Sweetpotato Genotypes -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2008. Differential Clomazone, Herbicide Tolerance among Sweetpotato Genotypes. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report. Page 7.
Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus: Virus Reservoir in Species of Wild Morning Glory -
Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Simmons, A.M., Jackson, D.M. 2008. Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus: Virus Reservoir in Species of Wild Morning Glory. Meeting Abstract. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2007. P8.
Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus: Efficiency of Whitefly Transmission -
Simmons, A.M., Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2008. Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus: Efficiency of Whitefly Transmission. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2007. P6.
Efficient Regeneration and Selection of Virus-free Sweetpotato Plants from Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus Infected Materials and Their Effects on Yields in Field Trials -
Ling, K., Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Pesic-Vanesbroeck, Z., Hoy, M., Clark, C.A. 2008. Efficient Regeneration and Selection of Virus-free Sweetpotato Plants from Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus Infected Materials and Their Effects on Yields in Field Trials. Meeting Abstract. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2007. P7.
A Killed-Cover Crop Production System For Sweetpotatoes: Effects on Pests and Beneficial Insects -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2008. A killed-cover crop production system for sweetpotatoes: effects on pests and beneficial insects. Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Dec 9-12, 2007, San Diego, CA (poster uploaded to ESA internet page http://esa.confex.com/esa/2007/techprogram/program.htm).
A Conservation Tillage System For Sweetpotato: Effects on Pests and Beneficial Insects -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2008. A conservation tillage system for sweetpotato: effects on pests and beneficial insects. Page 8 In K. Pecota (ed.), National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report, 2007.
Content and Potential Biological Activity of Dicaffeoylquinic Acids in Sweetpotato Storage Roots -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Mitchell, T.R., Peterson, J.K., Snook, M.E., Wechter, W.P. 2007. Content and Potential Biological Activity of Dicaffeoylquinic Acids in Sweetpotato Storage Roots. HortScience. 42(3):452.
Resistance of Citrullus Colocynthis to Whiteflies and Spidermites -
Levi, A., Simmons, A.M., Lopez, R., Kousik, C.S., Shepard, M., Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Edelstien, M., Palevsky, E., Tadmor, K. 2007. Resistance of Citrullus Colocynthis to Whiteflies and Spidermites. HortScience. 42(3):454.
Response of Sweetpotato Genotypes to Southern Root-Knot Nematode -
Thies, J.A., Harrison Jr, H.F., Labonte, D. 2008. Response of Sweetpotato Genotypes to Southern Root-Knot Nematode. HortScience. 43:622.
Content and potential biological activity of dicaffeoylquinic acids in sweetpotato storage roots -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Mitchell, T.R., Peterson, J.K., Snook, M.E., Wechter, W.P. 2007. Content and potential biological activity of dicaffeoylquinic acids in sweetpotato storage roots. HortScience. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Progress Report. Page 7.
EVALUATION OF COWPEA GENOTYPES FOR USE AS A COVER CROP -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Thies, J.A., Fery, R.L., Smith, J.P. 2006. Evaluation of Cowpea Genotypes for Use as a Cover Crop. HortScience. 41:1145-1148.
ASSESSMENT OF COWPEA GENOTYPES FOR USE AS A WEED-SUPPRESSING COVER CROP -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Thies, J.A., Fery, R.L., Smith, J.P. 2006. Assessment of cowpea genotypes for use as a weed-suppressing cover crop. HortScience. 41:991.
MONOGALACTOSYL-DIGLYCERIDE CONTENTS IN SWEETPOTATO CLONES -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Peterson, J.K., Snook, M.E. 2006. Monogalactosyl-diglyceride contents in sweetpotato clones. HortScience. 41:1046.
NOTICE OF RELEASE OF USVL-220, A NOVEL WATERMELON BREEDING LINE -
Levi, A., Thies, J.A., Simmons, A.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Hassell, R., Keinath, P.A. 2006. Notice of release of usvl-220, a novel watermelon breeding line. USDA, Agricultural Resesarch Service, Cultivar Release.
Novel watermelon bredding lines containing chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes derived from the desert species citrullus colocynthis -
Levi, A., Thomas, C.E., Thies, J.A., Simmons, A.M., Ling, K., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2006. Novel watermelon bredding lines containing chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes derived from the desert species citrullus colocynthis. HortScience. 41:463-464.
EFFECTS OF KILLED COVER CROPS MULCH ON WEEDS, WEED SEEDS, AND HERBIVORES -
Pullaro, T.C., Marino, P.C., Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Keinath, A.P. 2006. Effects of killed cover crops mulch on weeds, weed seeds, and herbivores. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 115:97-104.
SIMULATED DROUGHT INDUCES HIGH PERIDERM CAFFEIC ACID CONTENTS IN STORAGE ROOT PERIDERM OF GREENHOUSE GROWN SWEETPOTATOES -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Peterson, J.K., Snook, M.E. 2006. Simulated drought induces high periderm caffeic acid contents in storage root periderm of greenhouse grown sweetpotatoes. HortScience. 41:277-278.
SWEETPOTATO STORAGE ROOT PHENOLICS INHIBIT IN VITRO GROWTH OF ERWINIA CHRYSANTHEMI -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Peterson, J.K., Snook, M.E. 2006. Sweetpotato storage root phenolics inhibit in vitro growth of erwinia chrysanthemi. Allelopathy Journal. 17(l):81-88.
CONTENT OF CHLOROGENIC ACID IN SWEETPOTATO GERMPLASM AND POSSIBLE ROLES IN DISEASE AND PEST RESISTANCE -
Peterson, J.K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Snook, M.E., Jackson, D.M. 2005. Content of chlorogenic acid in sweetpotato germplasm and possible roles in disease and pest resistance. Allelopathy Journal. 16:239-250.
KILLED COVER CROP MULCHES FOR SWEETPOTATO PRODUCTION -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2005. Killed cover crop mulches for sweetpotato production. Proceedings of Southern Weed Science Society [Abstract]. 95:S115.
COMPARISON OF COWPEA, SOYBEAN AND VELVETBEAN COVER CROP MULCHES FOR BROCCOLI PRODUCTION -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M., Keinath, A.P., Pullaro, T.C., Marino, P.C. 2004. Comparison of cowpea, soybean and velvetbean cover crop mulches for broccoli production. HortTechnology 14:484-487.
EVALUATION OF PLANT BREEDING APPROACHES TO IMPROVE WEED MANAGEMENT IN SWEETPOTATO -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M. 2004. Evaluation of plant breeding approaches to improve weed management in sweetpotato [abstract]. HortScience 39:668.
EFFECTS OF A KILLED-COVER CROP MULCH ON SOIL INSECT PESTS OF SWEETPOTATOES -
Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2004. Effects of a killed-cover crop mulch on soil insect pests of sweetpotatoes [abstract]. HortScience 39:668.
INCREASE IN POPULATION OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI AND WIRESTEM OF COLLARD WITH VELVETBEAN COVER CROP MULCH -
Keinath, A.P., Harrison Jr, H.F., Marino, P.C., Jackson, D.M., Pullaro, T.C. 2003. Increase in population of rhizoctonia solani and wirestem of collard with velvetbean cover crop mulch. Plant Disease. 86:719-725.
PERIDERM RESIN GLYCOSIDE CONTENTS OF SWEETPOTATO CLONES AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Peterson, J.K., Jackson, D.M., Snook, M.E. 2003. Periderm resin glycoside contents of sweetpotato clones and their biological activity. Allelopathy Journal. 12:53-60.
QUANTITATION AND POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF CAFFECI ACID IN SWEETPOTATO [IPOMOEA BATATAS (L.) LAM.] STORAGE ROOTS -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Peterson, J.K., Snook, M.E., Bohac, J., Jackson, D.M. 2003. Quantitation and potential biological activity of caffeci acid in sweetpotato [Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.] storage roots. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 51(10):2943-2948.
MOLECULAR DIVERSITY AMONG SWEETPOTATO GERMPLASM WITH HIGH AND LOW ALLELOPATHIC POTENTIAL USING SSRS AND AFLPS -
Reddy, U.K., Padmavathi, N., Saha, S., Besong, S., Saha, S., Jenkins, J.N., Bain, A.M., Peterson, J.K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Bohac, J. 2003. Molecular diversity among sweet potato germplasm with high and low allelopathic potential using SSRs and AFLPs [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference Proceedings. p. 696.
ARS RESEARCH ON NATURAL PRODUCTS FOR PEST MANAGEMENT -
AKEY, D.H., ARTHUR, F.H., DE LUCCA II, A.J., GIBSON, D.M., HARRISON JR, H.F., PETERSON, J.K., GEALY, D.R., TWORKOSKI, T., WILSON, C.L., MORRIS, J.B. ARS RESEARCH ON NATURAL PRODUCTS FOR PEST MANAGEMENT. PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE. 2003. v. 59. p. 708-717.
PUMPKIN CULTIVARS VARY IN SENSITIVITY TO THE HERBICIDE CLOMAZONE -
HARRISON JR, H.F., KEINATH, A.P. PUMPKIN CULTIVARS VARY IN SENSITIVITY TO THE HERBICIDE CLOMAZONE. 2003. CROP PROTECTION JOURNAL 23:795-798.
EFFECT OF INTERCROPPING AND INSECTICIDES ON PESTS OF COLLARD -
RESPONSE OF SWEETPOTATO (IPOMOEA BATATAS) CULTIVARS TO WEED INTERFERENCE -
Harrison Jr, H.F., Labonte, D.R. Response of Sweetpotato (Ipomoea Batatas) Cultivars to Weed Interference. 2003. Proceedings Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. 43:104.
BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES AND CONTENTS OF SCOPOLIN AND SCOPOLETIN IN SWEETPOTATO CLONES -
Peterson, J.K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Jackson, D.M., Snook, M.E. 2003. Biological activities and contents of scopolin and scopoletin in sweetpotato clones. Hortscience. 38:1129-1133.
USING SELF-COMPATIBLE INBREDS OF BROCCOLI AS SEED PRODUCERS -
Farnham, M.W., Harrison Jr, H.F. 2003. Using self-compatible inbreds of broccoli as seed producers. Hortscience. 38:85-87.
INCREASE IN POPULATIONS OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI AND WIRESTEM OF COLLARD WITH VELVETBEAN COVER CROP MULCH -
KEINATH, A.P., HARRISON JR, H.F. INCREASE IN POPULATIONS OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI AND WIRESTEM OF COLLARD WITH VELVETBEAN COVER CROP MULCH. 2002. PHYTOPATHOLOGY 92:5150
APPROACH TO SELECTION OF PEST RESISTANT SWEETPOTATO BREEDING LINES THROUGH IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF BIOCHEMICAL RESISTANCE COMPOUNDS -
Bohac, J., Peterson, J.K., Jackson, D.M., Harrison Jr, H.F., Snook, M.E. 2001. Approach to selection of pest resistant sweetpotato breeding lines through identification and quantification of biochemical resistance compounds. Abstract AIII-O-1 in Guide for Participants, Sweetpotato: Food and Health for the Future, an international symposium sponsored by the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHA), the International Potato Center (CIP), and the Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina (UNALM), 26-29 November, 2001, Lima, Peru.
BIOASSAY GUIDED ISOLATION OF SEED GERMINATION INHIBITORS FROM SWEETPOTATO [IPOMOEA BATATAS (L.) LAM. CV. REGAL] CORTEX TISSUE -
Peterson, J.K., Harrison Jr, H.F., Snook, M.E. 2002. Bioassay guided isolation of seed germination inhibitors from sweetpotato [Ipomoea batatas (l.) lam. cv. Regal] cortex tissue. Allelopathy Journal, 9:177-186.
USE OF CAPSICUM CHINENSE AS A COMPANION CROP TO SUPPRESS EFFECTS OF SOUTHERN ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE IN PEPPERS AND TOMATOES -
QUANTITY AND POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF CAFFEIC ACID IN SWEET POTATO STORAGE ROOT PERIDERM -
HARRISON JR, H.F., PETERSON, J.K., SNOOK, M.E., BOHAC, J., JACKSON, D.M. QUANTITY AND POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF CAFFEIC ACID IN SWEET POTATO STORAGE ROOT PERIDERM. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY. 2003. v.51(1)) p.2943-2948
'WHITE REGAL' A MULTIPLE PEST AND DISEASE RESISTANT, CREAM-FLESHED SWEETPOTATO -
EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND LEAF WAXINESS ON BRASSICA OLERACEA RESPONSE TO OXYFLUORFEN -
EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND LEAF WAXINESS ON BRASSICA OLERACEA RESPONSE TO OXYFLUORFEN -
THREE METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION OF ALLELOPATHIC POTENTIAL IN SWEETPOTATO -
COMPARISON OF THREE PARAMETERS FOR ESTIMATION OF ALLELOPATHIC POTENTIAL IN SWEETPOTATO [IPOMOEA BATATAS (L.) LAM.] GERMPLASM -
COMPARISON OF THREE PARAMETERS FOR ESTIMATION OF ALLELOPATHIC POTENTIAL IN SWEETPOTATO [IPOMOEA BATATAS (L.) LAM.] GERMPLASM -
PEPPER RESPONSE TO BENTAZON HERBICIDE -
ALTERNATIVE WEED MANAGEMENT BY SMALL-SCALE VEGETABLE GROWERS -
TOLERANCE IN 'BOHEMIAN CHILI' PEPPER TO BENTAZON HERBICIDE CONTROLLED BY A CHROMOSOMAL FACTOR WITH VARIABLE GENE ACTION -
CROP INTERFERENCE AND TOLERANCE IN SWEETPOTATO CLONES TO WEEDS -
ISOLATION, STRUCTURAL IDENTIFICATION AND ALLELOPATHIC POTENTIAL OF SUCROSE ESTERS FROM CORN SPURRY (SPERGULA ARVENSIS) -
W-274 SWEETPOTATO BREEDING LINE -
RESPONSE OF BELL PEPPER (CAPSICUM ANNUUM) CULTIVARS TO BENTAZON -
EFFECT OF VARIOUS SYNTHETIC SUCROSE ESTERS ON SEED GERMINATION AND PLANT GROWTH -
DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF COLLARD AND KALE CULTIVARS TO PREEMERGENCE APPLICATION OF METOLACHLOR -
DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF COLLARD AND KALE (BRASSICA OLERACEA) CULTIVARS TO PREEMERGENCE APPLICATION OF METOLACHLOR -
MULTIPLE DEFENSE FUNCTIONS OF SWEETPOTATO RESIN GLYCOSIDES -
INTERFERENCE OF SWEETPOTATO GLYCOSIDES WITH GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF DIAMONDBACK MOTH LARVAE (LEPIDOPTERA: PLUTELLIDAE) -
RESPONSE OF BELL PEPPER (CAPSICUM ANNUUM) CULTIVARS TO BENTAZON -
CORN SPURRY IS ALLELOPATHIC TO COLE CROPS AND ENGLISH PEA -
INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF CORN SPURRY (SPERGULA ARVENSIS L.) PLANTS, TISSUE HOMOGENATES, AND EXTRACTS ON COLE CROPS (BRASSICA OLERACEA L.) AND ENGLISH PEA (PISUM SATIVUM L.) -
RESPONSE OF BELL PEPPER CULTIVARS TO BENTAZON -
BOOK REVIEW: BIOREGULATORS FOR CROP PROTECTION AND PEST CONTROL -
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