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E Anne Davis (Anne)
Horticultural Crops Research
Biological Science Technician (Plants)

Phone: (541) 738-4073
Fax: (541) 738-4025

3420 NW ORCHARD AV
CORVALLIS , OR 973305014


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Efficacy of management tools for control of Pythium root rot of Douglas-fir seedlings, 2013 -
Grunwald, N.J., Press, C.M., Rolfe, K.J., Weiland, G.E., Davis, E.A. 2015. Efficacy of management tools for control of Pythium root rot of Douglas-fir seedlings, 2013. Plant Disease Management Reports. 9:OT004.
Efficacy of management tools for control of Pythium root rot of Douglas fir seedlings, 2010 -
Grunwald, N.J., Press, C.M., Rolfe, K.J., Weiland, G.E., Davis, E.A. 2013. Efficacy of management tools for control of Pythium root rot of Douglas fir seedlings, 2010. Plant Disease Management Reports. 7:OT010.
Pathogenicity and virulence of Pythium species obtained from forest nursery soils on Douglas-fir seedlings -
Weiland, G.E., Beck, B.R., Davis, E.A. 2013. Pathogenicity and virulence of Pythium species obtained from forest nursery soils on Douglas-fir seedlings. Plant Disease. 97: 744-748.
The effects of methyl bromide alternatives on soil and seedling microbial populations, weeds, and seedling morphology in Oregon and Washington forest tree nurseries -
Weiland, G.E., Leon, A.L., Edmonds, R.L., Littke, W.R., Browning, J.E., Rose, R., Cherry, M., Davis, E.A., Beck, B.R., Miller, T. 2011. The effects of methyl bromide alternatives on soil and seedling microbial populations, weeds, and seedling morphology in Oregon and Washington forest tree nurseries. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 41(8):1885-1896.
RESPONSE OF CONIFER SEEDLINGS TO MEADOWFOAM (LIMNANTHES ALBA L.) SEED MEAL -
Linderman, R.G., Davis, E.A., Masters, C.J. 2006. Response of conifer seedlings to meadowfoam (limnanthes alba l.) seed meal. Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops Conference.
SURVIVAL OF PHYTOPHTHORA RAMORUM COMPARED TO OTHER SPECIES OF PHYTOPHTHORA IN POTTING MEDIA COMPONENTS, COMPOST, AND SOIL -
Linderman, R.G., Davis, E.A. 2006. Survival of Phytophthora ramorum compared to other species of Phytophthora in potting media components, compost, and soil. HortTechnology. 16(3):502-512.
SURVIVAL OF PHYTOPHTHORA SPECIES AND OTHER PATHOGENS IN SOILLESS MEDIA COMPONENTS OR SOIL AND THEIR ERADICATION WITH AERATED STEAM -
EVALUATION OF CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL AGENTS FOR CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA SPECIES ON INTACT PLANTS OR DETACHED LEAVES OF RHODODENDRON AND LILAC -
VARIATION IN PHENOTYPE FOR RESISTANCE TO PHYTOPHTHORA RAMORUM IN A RANGE OF SPECIES AND CULTIVARS OF THE GENUS VIBURNUM -
Grunwald, N.J., Scheuerell, S., Davis, E.A., Linderman, R.G. 2004. Variation in phenotype for resistance to Phytophthora ramorum in a range of species and cultivars of the genus Viburnum [abstract]. Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II. p. 29.
EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL INORGANIC AND ORGANIC FERTILIZER EFFECTS ON ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE -
Linderman, R.G., Evaluation Of Commercial Inorganic And Organic Fertilizer Effects On Arbuscular Mycorrhizae. HortTechnology. 2004. v14(2) p. 196-202.
MEADOWFOAM SEEDMEAL INHIBITION OF SOILBORNE PATHOGENIC AND MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI -
Linderman, R.G., Deuel, W.A., Marlow, J.L., Davis, E.A. 2003. Meadowfoam seedmeal inhibition of soilborne pathogenic and mycorrhizal fungi. Meeting Abstract.
EFFECTS OF ORGANIC AMENDMENTS TO SOIL AND SOILLESS POTTING MEDIA ON ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE AND THEIR MICROBIAL ASSOCIATES -
Linderman, R.G., Davis, E.A., Marlow, J.L. Effects Of Organic Ammendments To Soil And Soilless Potting Media On Arbuscular Mycorrhizae And Their Microbial Associates.
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