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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Bruce W Wood
Fruit and Nut Research
Horticulture

Phone: (478) 956-6421
Fax: (478) 956-2929
Room 214

21 DUNBAR RD
BYRON , GA 31008

Projects
Mitigating Alternate Bearing of Pecan
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425973
Southeastern Peach Research
Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 424714

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Flavonoids, alkali earth and rare earth elements affect germination of pecan pollen -
Scab susceptibility of a provenance collection of pecan in in the southeastern USA -
Challenges of managing disease in tall orchard trees – pecan scab, a case study -
Late winter availablility of surose to buds of shoots affects flowering and crop load -
Wood, B.W. 2016. Late winter availablility of surose to buds of shoots affects flowering and crop load. Pecan Grower. 27(4):18-25.
New insight into pecan boron nutrition -
Wood, B.W. 2016. New insight into pecan boron nutrition. The Pecan Grower Magazine. 28(3):22-24.
Draft genome sequence of Fusicladium effusum, cause of pecan scab -
Bock, C.H., Chen, C., Yu, F., Stevenson, K.L., Wood, B.W. 2016. Draft genome sequence of Fusicladium effusum, cause of pecan scab. Standards in Genomic Sciences. 11:36.
The pecan provenance collection at Byron GA – a unique resource for the long-term survival of the US industry -
Wood, B.W., Grauke, L.J., Bock, C.H. 2016. The pecan provenance collection at Byron GA – a unique resource for the long-term survival of the US industry. Pecan Grower. 27: 28-46.
Evidence for sexual reproduction in Fusicladium effusum -
Population structure and genetic diversity of Fusicladium effusum in the USA -
Scab susceptibility of a provenance collection of pecan -
Scab severity in relation to hedge pruning pecan trees in the Southeastern USA -
Scab susceptibility of a provenance collection of pecan in three different seasons in the Southeastern USA -
Bock, C.H., Grauke, L.J., Conner, P., Burrell, S.L., Hotchkiss, M.W., Boykin, D.L., Wood, B.W. 2016. Scab susceptibility of a provenance collection of pecan in three different seasons in the Southeastern USA. Plant Disease. 100(9):1937-1945.
Characterization of microsatellites in Fusicladium effusum, cause of pecan scab -
Bock, C.H., Chen, C., Yu, F., Stevenson, K.L., Arias De Ares, R.S., Wood, B.W. 2016. Characterization of microsatellites in Fusicladium effusum, cause of pecan scab. Forest Pathology. doi: 10.1111/efp.12278.
Crop vulnerability: Carya -
Grauke, L.J., Wood, B.W., Harris, M. 2016. Crop vulnerability: Carya. HortScience. 51(6):653-663.
The mating type idiomorphs of Fusicladium effusum: identification, frequency and spatial distribution in the southeastern USA -
Young, C.A., Charlton, N.D., Mattupalli, C., Wood, B.W., Bock, C.H. 2016. The mating type idiomorphs of Fusicladium effusum: identification, frequency and spatial distribution in the southeastern USA. European Conference on Fungal Genetics Proceedings. p. 265.
The distribution of scab in pecan trees in relation to fruit weight -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2105. The distribution of scab in pecan trees in relation to fruit weight. Pecan Grower. 26:24-39.
Fusicladium effusum draft genome sequence -
Bock, C.H., Chen, C., Yu, F., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2015. Fusicladium effusum draft genome sequence. Genbank. GeneBank accession: PRJNA285422.
Genomic and genotyping characterization of haplotype-based polymorphic microsatellites in Prunus -
Chen, C., Bock, C.H., Beckman, T.G., Wood, B.W., Okie, W.R. 2015. Genomic and genotyping characterization of haplotype-based polymorphic microsatellites in Prunus. Journal of Genetics and Genome Research. 2:014.
Components of yield in pecan depend on tree height due to the distribution of scab in the canopy -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2015. Components of yield in pecan depend on tree height due to the distribution of scab in the canopy. Phytopathology. 105(Suppl. 4): S4.17.
Development of microsatellite markers for Fusicladium effusum, the causal agent of pecan scab -
Bock, C.H., Chen, C., Stevenson, K.L., Wood, B.W. 2015. Development of microsatellite markers for Fusicladium effusum, the causal agent of pecan scab. Phytopathology. 105(Suppl. 4):S4.17.
Observation and identification of wood-decay fungi from the heartwood of peach tree limbs in central Georgia, USA -
Hedging and severity of pecan scab – a second year of results -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Brenneman, T.B., Stevenson, K.L., Goff, W., Smith, M.W., Wells, L., Wood, B.W. 2015. Hedging and severity of pecan scab – a second year of results. Pecan Grower. 26: 34-47.
Distribution of the black pecan aphid on pecan leaf surfaces: an overview -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W., Paulsen, C.M., Ruberson, J.R., Ni, X. 2015. Distribution of the black pecan aphid on pecan leaf surfaces: an overview. Acta Horticulturae. 1070:159-165.
Assessing disease severity: accuracy and reliability of rater estimates in relation to number of diagrams in a standard area diagram set -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2016. Assessing disease severity: accuracy and reliability of rater estimates in relation to number of diagrams in a standard area diagram set. Plant Pathology. 65(2):261–272.
Nickel Reprint Icon -
Wood, B.W. 2015. Nickel. In: Barker, A.V., Pilbeam, D.J., editors. Handbook of Plant Nutrition. 2nd edition. New York, NY:CRS Press. p. 511-535.
The effect of sample height on spray coverage in mature pecan trees -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2015. The effect of sample height on spray coverage in mature pecan trees. Plant Disease. 99(7):916-925.
Spray Coverage, Hedging and Pecan Scab - an Update on Research -
Bock, C.H., Stevenson, K.I., Brenneman, T.B., Hotchkiss, M.W., Smith, M.W., Goff, W., Wells, L., Wood, B.W. 2015. Spray Coverage, Hedging and Pecan Scab - an Update on Research. Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting Proceedings. sepga.com/Presentation/WEB2015pres/Bock-SpraycoverageHedgingandPecanScab-anUpdateonReasearchV3.pdf.
Hedging – does it affect the severity of pecan scab? -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Brenneman, T.B., Stevenson, K.L., Goff, W., Smith, M.W., Wells, L., Wood, B.W. 2014. Hedging – does it affect the severity of pecan scab?. Pecan Grower. 25: 48-58.
Methods to assess pecan scab -
Bock, C.H., Gottwald, T.R., Wood, B.W. 2015. Methods to assess pecan scab. Acta Horticulturae. 1070:211-222.
Disease distribution and fungicide coverage in pecan trees -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2015. Disease distribution and fungicide coverage in pecan trees. Acta Horticulturae. 1070:171-182.
Genetic variability among populations of Fusicladium species from different host trees and geographic locations in the USA Reprint Icon -
Chen, C., Bock, C.H., Brannen, P.M., Adaskaveg, J.E., Hotchkiss, M.W., Brewer, M.T., Wood, B.W. 2014. Genetic variability among populations of Fusicladium species from different host trees and geographic locations in the USA. Mycological Progress. 13(4):1179–1190.
Genome-wide characterization and selection of expressed sequence tag simple sequence repeat primers for optimized marker distribution and reliability in peach Reprint Icon -
Chen, C., Bock, C.H., Okie, W., Gmitter, F.J., Jung, S., Main, D., Beckman, T.G., Wood, B.W. 2014. Genome-wide characterization and selection of expressed sequence tag simple sequence repeat primers for optimized marker distribution and reliability in peach. Tree Genetics and Genomes. 10(5): 1271-1279.
'Late winter/early spring' xylem sap characteristics influence pecan crop load -
Wood, B.W. 2015. 'Late winter/early spring' xylem sap characteristics influence pecan crop load. HortScience. 49(7):886-890.
How many standard area diagram sets are needed for accurate disease severity assessment -
Hedging, fungicide distribution and scab control -
Bock, C.H., Stevenson, K., Brenneman, T.B., Hotchkiss, M.W., Smith, M.W., Goff, W., Wells, L., Wood, B.W. 2014. Hedging, fungicide distribution and scab control. Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting Proceedings. http:sepga.com/files/6213/9468/6929/bock.pdf.
Genetic diversity and population structure of Fusicladium effusum on pecan in the U.S.A. -
Bock, C.H., Wood, B.W., Stevenson, K.L., Arias De Ares, R.S. 2014. Genetic diversity and population structure of Fusicladium effusum on pecan in the U.S.A.. Plant Disease. 98:916-923.
Nickel affects Xlem Sap RNase A and converts RNase A to a Urease -
Bai, C., Liu, L., Wood, B.W. 2013. Nickel affects Xlem Sap RNase A and converts RNase A to a Urease. Biomed Central (BMC) Plant Biology. 13:207.
A comparison of UP-PCR and RAPD markers to study genetic diversity of Fusicladium effusum (G. Winter, cause of pecan scab -
What about the rare-earth elements -
Wood, B.W., Grauke, L.J. 2013. What about the rare-earth elements. Pecan Grower. 25(2):8-16.
Regulation of vivipary in pecan -
Wood, B.W. 2015. Regulation of vivipary in pecan. Acta Horticulturae. 1070:33-42.
Iron-induced nickel deficiency in pecan -
Wood, B.W. 2013. Iron-induced nickel deficiency in pecan. HortScience. 48(9):1145-1153.
Unusual pecan diseases that might appear during a wet year -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Riley, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2013. Unusual pecan diseases that might appear during a wet year. Pecan Grower. 25:74-77.
Distribution of scab and management of the disease in large pecan trees -
Bock, C.H., Cottrell, T.E., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2013. Distribution of scab and management of the disease in large pecan trees. Pecan Grower. 25:22-34.
Fungicide spray coverage from ground-based sprayers in mature pecan trees -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2013. Fungicide spray coverage from ground-based sprayers in mature pecan trees. Phytopathology. 103:S2.17 http://apsjournals.apsnet.org/loi/phyto.
Trunk applications of phosphite for the control of pecan scab -
Bock, C.H., Brenneman, T.B., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2013. Trunk applications of phosphite for the control of pecan scab. Phytopathology. 103:S2.17 http://apsjournals.apsnet.org/loi/phyto.
Biorational pesticides for pecan pests -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2013. Biorational pesticides for pecan pests. Available: http://sepga.com/files/3613/6510/4649/Shapiro-Ilan_SEPGA_2013.pdf.
Controlling pecan weevil with beneficial fungi: the impact of fungal species and fertilizer regimes Reprint Icon -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Gardner, W.A., Wells, L., Cottrell, T.E., Behle, R.W., Wood, B.W. 2013. Controlling pecan weevil with beneficial fungi: the impact of fungal species and fertilizer regimes. Pecan Grower. 24(4):54-64.
Trunk applications of phosphite for the control of foliar and fruit scab -
Bock, C.H., Brenneman, T.B., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2013. Trunk applications of phosphite for the control of foliar and fruit scab. Crop Protection. 54:213-220.
Nematode management in pecans -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W. 2013. Nematode management in pecans. Pecan Grower. 24(4):46-47,50-52.
Disease and spray coverage in pecan trees -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2013. Disease and spray coverage in pecan trees. Georgia Pecan Growers Association. Available: https://www.georgiapecan.org/conference.da.
The effect of Horsfall-Barratt category size on the accuracy and reliability of estimates of pecan scab severity -
Bock, C.H., Van Den Bosch, F., Parnell, S., Wood, B.W., Gottwald, T.R. 2013. The effect of Horsfall-Barratt category size on the accuracy and reliability of estimates of pecan scab severity. Plant Disease. 97:797-806.
Research toward control of key pecan insect pests using biorational pesticides Reprint Icon -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Jackson, M.A., Wood, B.W. 2013. Research Toward Control of key pecan insect pests using biorational pesticides. Pecan Grower. 24(3):30-38.
Vertical distribution of scab in large pecan trees -
Bock, C.H., Cottrell, T.E., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2013. Vertical distribution of scab in large pecan trees. Plant Disease. 97:626-634.
Pecan scab severity-effects of assessment methods -
Bock, C.H., Wood, B.W., Gottwald, T.R. 2013. Pecan scab severity-effects of assessment methods. Plant Disease. 97:675-684.
Control of key pecan insect pests using biorational pesticides -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Jackson, M.A., Wood, B.W. 2013. Control of key pecan insect pests using biorational pesticides. Journal of Economic Entomology. 106:257-266.
Can plant bioregulators be potential tools for managing black pecan aphids? -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W., Ni, X. 2012. Can plant bioregulators be potential tools for managing black pecan aphids?. Pecan Grower. 24(1):14-21.
Effects of entomopathogenic fungus species, and impact of fertilizers, on biological control of pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Gardner, W., Wells, L., Cottrell, T.E., Behle, R.W., Wood, B.W. 2013. Effects of entomopathogenic fungus species, and impact of fertilizers, on biological control of pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Environmental Entomology. 42:253-261.
Assessment of selected pecan and peach rootstocks for resistance to Meloidogyne partityla Reprint Icon -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W. 2012. Assessment of selected pecan and peach rootstocks for resistance to Meloidogyne partityla. Nematropica. 42:281-286.
Induced resistance – does it have potential as a tool in pecan disease management? -
Bock, C.H., Wood, B.W., Hotchkiss, M.W. 2012. Induced resistance – does it have potential as a tool in pecan disease management?. Pecan Grower. 24:20-28.
Incidence of peach tree short life increased by foliar nickel application -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W. 2012. Incidence of peach tree short life increased by foliar nickel application. Journal of Nematology. 44:483.
The effect of height on severity of pecan scab in non-treated mature pecan trees -
Bock, C.H., Wood, B.W., Cottrell, T.E. 2012. The effect of height on severity of pecan scab in non-treated mature pecan trees. Phytopathology. 102:S4.13.
Managing vivipary in pecan -
Wood, B.W. 2012. Managing vivipary in pecan. ASHS Annual Conference. p.70.
Development and validation of standard area diagrams to aide assessment of pecan scab symptoms on pecan fruit -
Yadav, N.S., De Vos, S.M., Bock, C.H., Wood, B.W. 2013. Development and validation of standard area diagrams to aide assessment of pecan scab symptoms on pecan fruit. Plant Pathology. 62:325-335. 2013.
Evaluation of a phosphite fungicide to control pecan scab in the southeastern USA -
Bock, C.H., Brenneman, T.B., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2012. Evaluation of a phosphite fungicide to control pecan scab in the southeastern USA. Crop Protection Journal. 34:58-65.
Cumulative impact of a clover cover crop on the persistance and efficancy of Beauveria bassiana in suppressing the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Gardner, W., Wells, L., Wood, B.W. 2012. Cumulative impact of a clover cover crop on the persistance and efficancy of Beauveria bassiana in suppressing the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Environmental Entomology. 41:298-307.
Inconsequential effect of nutritional treatments on Huanglongbing control, fruit quality, bacterial titer and disease progress Reprint Icon -
Gottwald, T.R., Graham, J.H., Mccollum, T.G., Wood, B.W., Irey, M.S. 2012. Inconsequential effect of nutritional treatments on Huanglongbing control, fruit quality, bacterial titer and disease progress. Crop Protection Journal. 36:73-82.
Options for pest and disease control in organic pecan -
Bock, C.H., Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. Options for pest and disease control in organic pecan. The Pecan Grower. 23:32-46.2012.(Trade Journal).
Foliar nickel application can increase the incidence of peach tree short life and consequent peach tree mortality -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W. 2012. Foliar nickel application can increase the incidence of peach tree short life and consequent peach tree mortality. HortScience. 47(2):224-227.
Suppression of pecan scab by nickel -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W. 2012. Suppression of pecan scab by nickel. HortScience. 47(4):503-508.
The rare-earth metallome of pecan and other Carya -
Wood, B.W., Grauke, L.J. 2011. The rare-earth metallome of pecan and other Carya. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 136(6):389-398.
The regulation of the production of female flores in pecan -
Wood, B.W. 2011. The regulation of the production of female flores in pecan. Pecan Grower. 23(2):8-14.
What is the best source of Nitrogen for pecan orchards? -
An introduction to pecan anthracnose: What a grower needs to know -
Wood, B.W. 2011. An introduction to pecan anthracnose: What a grower needs to know. Pecan Grower. 23(1):28-33.
Use of standard area diagrams to improve assessment of scab on fruit of pecan: A nutraceutical tree nut -
Yadav, Nalini, V.S., Bock, C.H., De Vos, Stephanis M., Wood, B.W. 2011. Use of standard area diagrams to improve assessment of scab on fruit of pecan: A nutraceutical tree nut. Abstract presented at the American Council for Medicinally Active Plants, 2nd Annual Conference of ACMAP, July 17-20, 2011, A&M University, Huntsville, ALabama.
Influence of nickel on severity of pecan scab -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W. 2011. Influence of nickel on severity of pecan scab. Phytopathology. 101:S193.
Characteristics of genetic variability among isolates of Fusicladium species from peach, almond and pecan in the USA -
Use of standard area diagrams to improve assessment of pecan scab on fruit -
Bock, C.H., Yadav, N.S., De Vos, S.M., Wood, B.W. 2011. Use of standard area diagrams to improve assessment of pecan scab on fruit. Phytopathology. 101:S196.
Evaluation of phosphite to control scab on pecan in the southeastern USA -
Bock, C.H., Brenneman, T.B., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2011. Evaluation of phosphite to control scab on pecan in the southeastern USA. Phytopathology. 101:S17.
Iron induced nickel deficiency -
Wood, B.W. 2011. Iron induced nickel deficiency. HortScience. (Supplement) S133. 46(9).
Influence of plant bioregulators on pecan flowering and implications for regulation of pistillate flower initiation -
Wood, B.W. 2011. Influence of plant bioregulators on pecan flowering and implications for regulation of pistillate flower initiation. HortScience. 46(6):870-877.
What form of nitrogen do pecan trees prefer? -
Wood, B.W. 2011. What form of nitrogen do pecan trees prefer? Pecan Grower. 22(4):36-50.
Effects of combining microbial and chemical insecticides on mortality of the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2011. Effects of combining microbial and chemical insecticides on mortality of the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Pecan Grower. 22(4):14-22.
Geographic patterns of genetic variation in native pecans -
Grauke, L.J., Mendoza-Herrera, M., Miller, A., Wood, B.W. 2011. Geographic patterns of genetic variation in native pecans. Tree Genetics and Genomes. 7(5):917-932.
Orchard nitrogen management: Which nitrogen source is best? -
Wood, B.W. 2011. Orchard nitrogen management: Which nitrogen source is best? Pecan Grower. 22(3):10-17.
The distribution of peach scab lesions on the surface of diseased peaches -
Bock, C.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Okie, W.R., Wood, B.W. 2011. The distribution of peach scab lesions on the surface of diseased peaches. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 130:393-402.
Influence of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) on yield and quality of nut crops from a commercial pecan orchard -
Wood, B.W. 2011. Influence of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) on yield and quality of nut crops from a commercial pecan orchard. HortScience. 46(4):586-589.
Supplemental foliar nickel and copper applications do not reduce kernel necrosis in pecan trees receiving excess nitrogen -
Wagle, P., Smith, M.W., Wood, B.W., Rohla, C.T. 2011. Supplemental foliar nickel and copper applications do not reduce kernel necrosis in pecan trees receiving excess nitrogen. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 42:2219-2228.
Effects of combining microbial and chemical insecticides on mortality of the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2011. Effects of combining microbial and chemical insecticides on mortality of the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. 104:14-20.
Response of young bearing pecan trees to spring foliar nickel applications -
Wagle, P., Smith, M.W., Wood, B.W., Rohla, C.T. 2011. Response of young bearing pecan trees to spring foliar nickel applications. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 34:1558-1566.
Relationship of shoot dieback in pecan to fungi and fruiting stress -
Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W., Stevenson, K.L. 2010. Relationship of shoot dieback in pecan to fungi and fruiting stress. HortScience. 45:87-91.
Flowering in pecan -
Wood, B.W. 2010. Flowering in pecan. Pecan Grower. 21(4):24-27.
Application of plant growth regulators mitigates chlorotic foliar injury by the black pecan aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W., Ni, X. 2010. Application of plant growth regulators mitigates chlorotic foliar injury by the black pecan aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Pest Management Science. 66:1236-1242.
Influence of elevating tree potassium on fruit-drop and yield of pecan -
Wood, B.W., Wells, L., Funderburke, F. 2010. Influence of elevating tree potassium on fruit-drop and yield of pecan. HortScience. 45:911-917.
Pecan production under a "Food Systems" paradigm -
Wood, B.W. 2010. Pecan production under a "Food Systems" paradigm. In: Proceedings of the Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting, February 27-28, 2010, San Destin Florida. 103:94-102.
Managing potassium in pecan orchards -
Wood, B.W., Wells, L., Funderburk, F. 2010. Managing potassium in pecan orchards. Pecan Grower. 21(4):18-21.
A possible novel black aphid control approach using plant growth regulators -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W., Ni, X. 2010. A possible novel black aphid control approach using plant growth regulators. In: Proceedings of the 44th Annual Western Pecan Growers Association Conference, March 7-9, 2010, Las Cruces, New Mexico. p. 16.
Shoot dieback in pecan -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Stevenson, K.L. 2010. Shoot dieback in pecan. Pecan Grower. 21(3):12-13.
Evolving paradigms of pecan production -
Wood, B.W. 2009. Evolving paradigms of pecan production. Pecan Grower. 21(2):32-36.
Influence of aminoethoxyvinylglycine on pecan fruit drop and yield of pecan. -
Wood, B.W., Lombardini, L., Heerema, R. 2009. Influence of aminoethoxyvinylglycine on pecan fruit drop and yield of pecan. HortScience. 44:1884-1889.
Georgia Pecan Growers Association Field Day -
Wood, B.W. 2009. Georgia Pecan Growers Association Field Day. Pecan Grower. 2(2)6-10.
Georgia Pecan Growers Association Field Day -
Wood, B.W. 2009. Georgia Pecan Growers Association Field Day. Pecan Grower. 21(2):6-10.
Increasing foliar Zn:Ni or Cu:Ni concentration ratios increase severity of nickel deficiency symptoms -
Wood, B.W. 2010. Increasing foliar Zn:Ni or Cu:Ni concentration ratios increase severity of nickel deficiency symptoms. Acta Horticulturae. 868:163-169.
Introduction. Glyphosate Interactions with Physiology, Nutrition, and Diseases of Plants: Threat to Sustainability -
Yamada, T., Kremer, R.J., Castro, P.R., Wood, B.W. 2009. Introduction. Glyphosate Interactions with Physiology, Nutrition, and Diseases of Plants: Threat to Sustainability. European Journal of Agronomy. 31(3):111-113.
What is the relationship between mineral nutrition and disease management? -
Wood, B.W. 2009. What is the relationship between mineral nutrition and disease management?. Pecan Grower. 21(1):26-29.
A comparison of application methods for suppressing the pecan weevil using beneficial fungi -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Gardner, W.A., Cottrell, T.E., Behle, R.W., Hudson, W.G., Wood, B.W. 2009. A comparison of application methods for suppressing the pecan weevil using beneficial fungi. Pecan Grower. 21(1):20-24.
Retain can increase nutmeat yield of pecan trees -
Wood, B.W., Heerema, R. 2009. Retain can increase nutmeat yield of pecan trees. HortScience. 44(4):1012.
Separate and concomitant effects of Meloidogyne partityla and Mesocriconema xenoplax on pecan -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W. 2009. Separate and concomitant effects of Meloidogyne partityla and Mesocriconema xenoplax on pecan [abstracr]. Journal of Nematology. 41:364-365.
Hedge pruning of 'Desirable' pecans -
Wood, B.W. 2010. Hedge pruning of 'Desirable' pecans. In: Proceedings of Southeastern Pecan Growers Association, January 10-12, 2010, Savannah, Georgia, 103:15-20.
Foliar application of nickel and copper on pecan performance -
Wagle, P., Smith, M.W., Wood, B.W., Rohla, C.T., Reilly, C.C. 2009. Foliar application of nickel and copper on pecan performance. HortScience. 44(4):1119.
Alternative pest control research -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Reilly, C.C., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2009. Alternative pest control research. In: Proceedings of the Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting. January 12-14, 2009, Savannah, Georgia. 102:50-61.
Changes of oxidase and hydrolase activities in pecan leaves elicited by black pecan aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) feeding -
Chen, Y., Ni, X., Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W., Buntin, G. 2009. Changes of oxidase and hydrolase activities in pecan leaves elicited by black pecan aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) feeding. Journal of Economic Entomology 102:1262-1269.
Nickel deficiency is influenced by the relative concentrations of Zn, Cu, and Fe to Ni within tree organs and cells -
Wood, B.W. 2009. Nickel deficiency is influenced by the relative concentrations of Zn, Cu, and Fe to Ni within tree organs and cells. Pecan Grower. 20(3):22-23.
Chlorotic feeding injury by the black pecan aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) to pecan foliage promotes aphid settling and nymphal development -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W., Ni, X. 2009. Chlorotic feeding injury by the black pecan aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) to pecan foliage promotes aphid settling and nymphal development. Environmental Entomology. 38:411-416.
The ability of insect-killing fungi to kill pecan aphids under laboratory conditions -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Jackson, M.A., Wood, B.W. 2009. The ability of insect-killing fungi to kill pecan aphids under laboratory conditions. Pecan Grower. 20(3):18-21.
Mechanical hedge pruning of pecan in a relatively low-light environment -
Wood, B.W. 2009. Mechanical hedge pruning of pecan in a relatively low-light environment. HortScience. 44(1):68-72.
Interaction of concurrent populations of Meloidogyne partityla and Mesocriconema xenoplax on pecan -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W. 2009. Interaction of concurrent populations of Meloidogyne partityla and Mesocriconema xenoplax on pecan. Journal of Nematology. 40:221-225.
Initiation of leaf chlorosis benefits the black pecan aphid -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W., Ni, X. 2008. Initiation of leaf chlorosis benefits the black pecan aphid. Pecan Grower. 20(2):15-23.
Virulence of Hypocreales fungi to pecan aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in the laboratory. -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Jackson, M.A., Wood, B.W. 2008. Virulence of Hypocreales fungi to pecan aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in the laboratory. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 99:312-317.
Nutrient element interactions -
Wood, B.W. 2008. Nutrient element interactions. Pecan Grower. 19(3):26-29.
Foliar boron and nickel applications reduce water-stage fruit-split of pecan -
Wells, L., Wood, B.W. 2008. Foliar boron and nickel applications reduce water-stage fruit-split of pecan. HortScience. 43(5):1437-1440.
Improving nitrogen management using the lesser micronutrients -
Wood, B.W. 2008. Improving nitrogen management using the lesser micronutrients. Pecan Grower. 20(1):40:43.
Zinc interactions -
Wood, B.W. 2008. Zinc interactions. Pecan Grower. 19(4):42-43.
Nickle and plant disease -
Wood, B.W. 2008. Nickle and plant disease [abstract]. HortScience. 43(3):1055.
Nutrient element interactions in pecan orchards -
Wood, B.W. 2008. Nutrient element interactions in pecan orchards. In: Proceedings of the Annual Western Irrigated Pecan Conference, March 5, 2008, Las Cruces, New Mexico. p.7.
Increasing foliar Zn:Ni or Cu:Ni concentration ratios increase severity of nickel deficiency symptoms -
Wood, B.W. 2008. Increasing foliar Zn:Ni or Cu:Ni concentration ratios increase severity of nickel deficiency symptoms [abstract]. HortScience. 43(4):1294.
Recovery and partitioning of nitrogen from early spring and midsummer applications to pecan trees -
Smith, M.W., Wood, B.W., Raum, W.R. 2007. Recovery and partitioning of nitrogen from early spring and midsummer applications to pecan trees. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 132(6):758-763.
Comparison of application methods for suppressing the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) with Beauveria bassiana under field conditions -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Gardner, W.A., Cottrell, T.E., Behle, R.W., Wood, B.W. 2008. A comparison of application methods for suppressing the pecan weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) with Beauveria bassiana under field conditions. Environmental Entomology. 37:162-171.
Movement of adult pecan weevils, Curculio carya within the pecan orchard -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2008. Movement of adult pecan weevils, Curculio carya within the pecan orchard. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 10(4):363-373.
Nickle: Usage guidelines -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2007. Nickle: Usage guidelines. Pecan South. 10(9):20-26.
Nickel: Impact on horticultural characteristics -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2007. Nickel: Impact on horticultural characteristics. Pecan South. 10(7):24-33.
Correction of zinc deficiency in pecan by soil banding -
Nickel: Relevance to orchard profitability -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2007. Nickel: Relevance to orchard profitability. Pecan South. 10(6):16-19.
Nickel: Impact on leaf morphology and growth -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2007. Nickel: Impact on leaf morphology and growth. Pecan South. 40(5):13-16.
Correction of zinc deficiency in pecan by soil banding -
Wood, B.W. 2007. Correction of zinc deficiency in pecan by soil banding. HortScience. 42(7):1554-1558.
Manipulation of fruit drop and crop load in pecan via aminoethoxyvinylglycine, forchlorfenuron, and gibberellin-A3 -
Wood, B.W. 2007. Manipulation of fruit drop and crop load in pecan via aminoethoxyvinylglycine, forchlorfenuron, and gibberellin-A3. In: Proceedings of the International Plant Growth Substance Association, July 21-26, 2007, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. p. 63.
Soil moisture and strain effects on entomopathogenic nematode suppression of the pecan weevil -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Brown, I., Gardner, W.A., Hubbard, R.K., Wood, B.W. 2007. Soil moisture and strain effects on entomopathogenic nematode suppression of the pecan weevil. Pecan Grower 19(1):32-38.
Relationship between leaflet nitrogen: Potassium ratio and yield of pecan -
Wood, B.W., Well, L. 2007. Relationship between leaflet nitrogen: Potassium ratio and yield of pecan. HortTechnology. 17(4):473-479.
Comparison of ground and aerial application, fungicide deposition and biological activity in large pecan tree canopies. -
Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W., Cottrell, T.E. 2007. Comparison of ground and aerial application, fungicide deposition and biological activity in large pecan tree canopies. Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting Proceedings. 100:115-123.
Pecan weevil movement within the orchard -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2007. Pecan weevil movement within the orchard. Pecan Grower. 28(4):30-36.
Nickel deficiency affects nitrogenous forms and urease activity in spring xylem sap of pecan -
Bai, C., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2007. Nickel deficiency affects nitrogenous forms and urease activity in spring xylem sap of pecan. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 132:302-309.
Insights into the nutritional physiology of nickel -
Bai, C., Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2008. Insights into the nutritional physiology of nickel. Acta Horticulturae. 772:293-298..
Identification of asparagine and citrulline using high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) -
Bai, C., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2007. Identification of asparagine and citrulline using high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). Analytical Chemistry. 2:31-36.
Effect of soil moisture and a surfactant on entomopathogenic nematode suppression of the pecan weevil, Curculio caryae -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Brown, I., Gardner, W.A., Hubbard, R.K., Wood, B.W. 2006. Effect of soil moisture and a surfactant on entomopathogenic nematode suppression of the pecan weevil, Curculio caryae. Journal of Nematology. 38:474-482.
Beneficial effects of nickel in pecan production -
Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W., Bai, C. 2006. Beneficial effects of nickel in pecan production. Pecan Grower. 17(4):26-27.
IMPACT OF MELOIDOGYNE PARTITYLA ON MOUSE-EAR AND NICKEL DEFICIENCY OF PECAN IN GEORGIA -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2006. Impact of Meloidogyne partityla on mouse-ear and nickel deficiency of pecan in Georgia [abstract]. Phytopathology. 96:S86.
Pecan tree biomass estimates -
Smith, M., Wood, B.W. 2006. Pecan tree biomass estimates. HortScience. 41(5):1286-1291.
CORRECTING MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCY USING METAL HYPERACCUMULATORS: ALYSSUM BIOMASS AS A NATURAL PRODUCT FOR NICKEL DEFICIENCY CORRECTION -
Wood, B.W., Chaney, R.L., Crawford, M. 2006. Correcting micronutrient deficiency using metal hyperaccumulators: alyssum biomass as a natural product for nickel deficiency correction. HortScience. 41(5):1231-1234.
ALTERNATIVE PEST CONTROL TACTICS IN PECAN -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Gardner, W., Behle, R.W., Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W. 2006. Alternative pest control tactics in pecan. Proceedings of the Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting. 99:86-94.
IMPROVING FRUIT-SET -
Wood, B.W. 2006. Improving fruit-set. Proceedings of Southeastern Pecan Growers Association. p. 11-21.
INSIGHTS INTO THE NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY OF NICKEL -
Bai, C., Yi, S., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2006. Insights into the nutritional physiology of nickel. In: Proceedings of the International Journal of Horticultural Science. 27th International Horticultural Congress, August 13-19, 2006, Soul, Korea, p. 127-128.
FRUIT DROP IN PECAN -
Wood, B.W. 2006. Fruit drop in pecan. Australian Nutgrower. 20(3):14-17.
MINERAL NUTRITION OF PECAN WITH EMPHASIS ON NITROGEN -
Wood, B.W. 2006. Mineral nutrition of pecan with emphasis on nitrogen. Proceedings of Ciclo de Conferencios Internationale de Nogalero a Nogalero. p. 11-21.
PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL UREASE FROM PECAN FOLIAGE -
Bai, C., Shu-Xia, Y., Wood, B.W. 2006. Purification and characterization of a novel urease from pecan foliage. In: Proceedings of Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Joint Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists and the Canadian Society of Plant Physiologists, August 5, 2006, Boston, MA, p. 217.
MAXIMIZING TREE ENERGY RESERVES: A KEY ROLE FOR NON-METALS -
Wood, B.W. 2006. Maximizing tree energy reserves: a key role for non-metals. Pecan Grower. 27(4):22-25.
ASSOCIATION OF MELOIDOGYNE PARTITYLA WITH NICKEL DEFICIENCY AND MOUSE-EAR OF PECAN -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2006. Association of meloidogyne partityla with nickel deficiency and mouse-ear of pecan. HortScience. 41:402-404.
NICKEL DEFICIENCY DISRUPTS METABOLISM OF UREIDES, AMINO ACIDS, AND ORGANIC ACIDS OF YOUNG PECAN [CARYA ILLINOINENSIS (WANGENH.) K. KOCH] FOLIAGE -
Bai, C., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2006. Nickel deficiency disrupts metabolism of ureides, amino acids, and organic acids of young pecan [carya illinoinensis (wangenh.) k. koch] foliage. Plant Physiology. 140:433-443.
Taxonomic and biological characterization of Steinernema rarum found in the Southeastern United States -
Nguyen, K.B., Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Fuxa, J.R., Wood, B.W., Bertolotti, M.A., Adams, B.J. 2006. Taxonomic and biological characterization of Steinernema rarum found in the Southeastern United States. Journal of Nematology. 38:28-40.
Use of edible coating to preserve pecans at room temperature -
Baldwin, E.A., Wood, B.W. 2006. Use of edible coating to preserve pecans at room temperature. HortScience. 41(1):188-192.
Interaction of nickel and plant disease -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2007. Interaction of nickel and plant disease. In: Datnoff, L.E., Elmer, W.H., Huber, D.M., editors. Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease. Minneapolis, MN: American Phytopathological Society Press. p. 217-247.
HEDGE PRUNING IN PECAN: SOME NOTES ON ITS HISTORY -
Wood, B.W. 2005. Hedge pruning in pecan: some notes on its history. Australian Nutgrower. 19(2):9-10.
NEMATODE INTERACTIONS ON PEACH AND PECAN -
Nyczepir, A.P., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2005. Nematode interactions on peach and pecan [abstract]. Journal of Nematology. 37:386.
Nickel deficiency of nickel of trees: symptoms and causes -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Nyczepir, A.P. 2006. Nickel deficiency of nickel in trees: symptoms and causes. Acta Horticulturae. 721:83-98.
HURRICANES AND THE FUTURE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN PECAN INDUSTRY -
Wood, B.W., Goff, W., Nesbitt, M. 2005. Hurricanes and the future of the southeastern pecan industry. Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting Proceedings. 98:100-112.
FRUIT-DROP IN PECAN -
Wood, B.W. 2005. Fruit-drop in pecan. Pecan South. 38(4):24-26.
IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH -
Wood, B.W., Kaplan, K. 2005. Impact of agricultural research. Pecan Grower. 16(4):22-26.
AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH SHOWS HEDGE PRUNING CAN REDUCE ALTERNATE BEARING IN PECANS -
Wood, B.W., Stahmann, D. 2005. Australian research shows hedge pruning can reduce alternate bearing in pecans. Australian Nutgrower. 19(1):8-13.
CORRECTING NI DEFICIENCY IN PECAN AND OTHER CROPS -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Nyczepir, A.P. 2005. Correcting Ni deficiency in pecan and other crops [abstract]. Hortscience. 40(4):1065.
HEDGING PRUNING: GUIDING PRINCIPLES -
Wood, B.W. 2005. Hedging pruning: guiding principles. Western Pecan Growers Association Proceedings. p.11-16.
IMPROVING NITROGEN MANAGEMENT -
Wood, B.W. 2005. Improving nitrogen management. Pecan Grower. 16(3):10-13.
BIOLOGICALLY-BASED INSECTICIDES FOR PECAN PEST MANAGEMENT -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Gardner, W.A., Wood, B.W. 2005. Biologically-based insecticides for pecan pest management. Western Pecan Growers Association Proceedings. 39:4-12.
A FIRST LINKAGE MAP OF PECAN CULTIVARS BASED ON RAPD AND AFLP MARKERS -
Beedanagari, S.R., Dove, S.K., Wood, B.W., Conner, P.J. 2005. A first linkage map of pecan cultivars based on RAPD and AFLP markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 110:1127-1137.
FRANCES IMPACTS PECAN RESEARCH -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2004. Frances impacts pecan research. Pecan Grower. 16(2):5.
COPING WITH BLOWN OVER TREES -
Wood, B.W., Goff, W. 2004. Coping with blown over trees. Pecan Grower. 16(2):20-21.
NICKEL NUTRITION OF PECAN -
Wood, B.W. 2004. Nickel nutrition of pecan. Pecan Grower. 16(2):4-7.
INSIGHT INTO ALTERNATE BEARING OF PECAN -
Wood, B.W., Conner, P.J., Worley, R.E. 2004. Insight into alternate bearing of pecan. Acta Horticulturae. 63:617-629.
NEMATODES, A HIDDEN PROBLEM FOR PECAN PRODUCTION -
Nyczepir, A.P., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2004. Nematodes, a hidden problem for pecan production. Pecan Grower. 16(1):20-21.
INCIDENCE AND ASSOCIATION OF MELOIDOGYNE PARTITYLA WITH MOUSE-EAR DISORDERS OF PECAN IN GEORGIA -
Nyczepir, A.P., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2004. Incidence and association of Meloidogyne partityla with mouse-ear disorders of pecan in Georgia [abstract]. Journal of Nematology. 2004. 36(3):338.
MOUSE-EAR OF PECAN: A NICKEL DEFICIENCY -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Nyczepir, A.P. 2004. Mouse-ear of pecan: a nickel deficiency. Hortscience. 39(6):1238-1242.
MOUSE-EAR OF PECAN: I. SYMPTOMOLOGY AND OCCURRENCE -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Nyczepir, A.P. 2004. Mouse-ear of pecan: I. symptomology and occurrence. Hortscience. 39(1):87-94.
Hedge pruning pecan -
Wood, B.W., Stahmann, D. 2004. Hedge pruning pecan. HortTechnology. 14(1):63-72.
NICKEL DEFICIENCY IS OCCURRING IN ORCHARD TREES. -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Nyczepir, A.P. 2004. Nickel deficiency is occurring in orchard trees [abstract]. Hortscience. 39(4):858.
CU AND NI DEFICIENCY SYMPTOMS AND MOUSE-EAR IN PECAN -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Nyczepir, A.P. 2003. Cu and ni deficiency symptoms and mouse-ear in pecan. Hortscience. 38(5):726.
MOUSE-EAR OF PECAN: II. INFLUENCE OF NUTRIENT APPLICATIONS -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C., Nyczepir, A.P. 2004. Mouse-ear of pecan: II. Influence of nutrient applications. HortScience. 39(1):95-100.
CONTROL OF MISTLETOE IN PECAN TREES -
Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2004. Control of mistletoe in pecan trees. Hortscience. 39(1):110-114.
NICKEL CORRECTS MOUSE-EAR. -
WOOD, B.W., REILLY, C.C., NYCZEPIR, A.P. NICKEL CORRECTS MOUSE-EAR. PECAN GROWER. 2003. v.15(1). p.3-8.
KERNEL ROT IN THE 2002 SEASON, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES -
Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2003. Kernel rot in the 2002 season, possible causes and remedies. Texas Pecan Growers Association. p.36,37.
LEAF STRUCTURE AND NUTRIENT CONTENT VARIES IN NATIVE PECAN POPULATIONS -
Grauke, L.J., Storey, J.B., Thompson, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2003. Leaf structure and nutrient content varies in native pecan populations. Proceedings of Texas Pecan Growers Association. 70:59-60.
EVALUATION OF SELECTED PECAN (CARYA ILLINOENSIS) ROOTSTOCKS FOR RESISTANCE TO MELOIDOGYNE PARTITYLA -
Nyczepir, A.P., Wood, B.W., Reilly, C.C. 2003. Evaluation of selected pecan (carya illinoensis) rootstocks for resistance to meloidogyne partityla. Phytopathology. 93(6):566. Abstract.
USING PHEROMONE TRAPS TO SAMPLE STINK BUGS IN AND AROUND PECAN ORC HARDS -
COTTRELL, T.E., WOOD, B.W., GREENE, J.K., MIZELL, R.F., YONCE, C.E. USING PHEROMONE TRAPS TO SAMPLE STINK BUGS IN AND AROUND PECAN ORC HARDS. PROCEEDINGS OKLAHOMA PECAN GROWERS ANNUAL MEETING. 2003. v.73. p.14-27.
PECAN NUT DISEASES: WHEN, WHERE AND HOW -
Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W. 2003. Pecan nut diseases: when, where and how. Pecan Grower. 14(3):8-9.
RELATIONSHIP OF ALTERNATE BEARING INTENSITY IN PECAN TO FRUIT AND CANOPY CHARACTERISTICS -
WOOD, B.W., CONNER, P., WORLEY, R. RELATIONSHIP OF ALTERNATE BEARING INTENSITY IN PECAN TO FRUIT AND CANOPY CHARACTERISTICS. HORTSCIENCE. 2003. v.38. p.361-366.
THE BENEFICIAL INSECT-KILLING FUNGUS, BEAUVERIA BASSIANA, CAN OVERCOME EFFECTS OF FUNGICIDE SPRAYS -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Reilly, C.C., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2003. The beneficial insect-killing fungus, beauveria bassiana, can overcome effects of fungicide sprays. Pecan Grower. 14(4):24-27.
BARK CANKER OF UNKNOWN ETIOLOGY DEVELOPING ON PECAN CARYA ILLINOENSIS TREES -
Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W., Hotchkiss, M.W. 2003. Bark canker of unknown etiology developing on pecan carya illinoensis trees. Phytopathology. 93:73. Abstract.
ALTERNATE BEARING OF PECAN -
WOOD, B.W. ALTERNATE BEARING OF PECAN. SOUTHEASTERN PECAN GROWERS MEETING PROCEEDINGS. 2003. v.96. p.17-21.
UPDATE ON RESEARCH TOWARD MICROBIAL CONTROL OF THE PECAN WEEVIL -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Cottrell, T.E., Gardner, W., Reilly, C.C., Hotchkiss, M.W., Wood, B.W. 2003. Update on research toward microbial control of the pecan weevil. Southeastern Pecan Growers Meeting Proceedings. 96:103-108
VIVIPARY -
WOOD, B.W. VIVIPARY. PECAN GROWER. 2003. v.14(3). p.6-7.
FRUIT SPLIT -
Wood, B.W. 2003. Fruit split. Compendium of Nut Diseases.
THE POTENTIAL FOR ENHANCED FUNGICIDE RESISTANCE IN BEAUVERIA BASSIANA THROUGH STRAIN DISCOVERY AND ARTIFICIAL SELECTION -
SHAPIRO ILAN, D.I., REILLY, C.C., HOTCHKISS, M.W., WOOD, B.W. THE POTENTIAL FOR ENHANCED FUNGICIDE RESISTANCE IN BEAUVERIA BASSIANA THROUGH STRAIN DISCOVERY AND ARTIFICIAL SELECTION. JOURNAL OF INVERTEBRATE PATHOLOGY. 2002. v.81. p.86-93.
SURVEY OF ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES AND FUNGI ENDEMIC TO PECAN ORCHARDS OFTHE SOUTHEASTERN US AND THEIR VIRULENCE TO THE PECAN WEEVIL (COLEOPTERA: CURCULIONIDAE) -
SHAPIRO ILAN, D.I., GARDNER, W.A., FUXA, J.R., WOOD, B.W., NGUYEN, K.B., ADAMS, B.J., HUMBER, R.A., HALL, M.J. SURVEY OF ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES AND FUNGI ENDEMIC TO PECAN ORCHARDS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN US AND THEIR VIRULENCE TO THE PECAN WEEVIL (COLEOPTERA: CURCULIONIDAE). ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY. 2003. v.34. p.187-195.
PECAN WEEVIL MANAGEMENT: PAST, PRESENT AND TOWARD A FUTURE STRATEGY -
Cottrell, T.E., Wood, B.W. 2003. Pecan weevil management: past, present and toward a future strategy. Southwestern Entomologist. 27:75-84.
ROOTSTOCK INFLUENCE ON TREE PERFORMANCE -
Grauke, L.J., Thompson, T.E., Wood, B.W., Storey, J.B. 2003. Rootstock influence on tree performance. Proceedings of Texas Pecan Growers Association. 70:20-24.
FIRST REPORT OF MELOIDOGYNE PARTITYLA ON PECAN IN GEORGIA -
Nyczepir, A.P., Reilly, C.C., Wood, B.W., Thomas, S.H. 2002. First report of meloidogyne partityla on pecan in georgia. Nematology. v.4. p.272.
MICROBIAL CONTROL RESEARCH FOR SUPPRESSION OF THE PECAN WEEVIL -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Gardner, W.A., Fuxa, J.R., Wood, B.W., Cottrell, T.E., Nguyen, K.B., Adams, B.J., Humber, R.A., Hall, M.J. 2002. Microbial control research for suppression of the pecan weevil. Pecan Western Conference Proceedings. p.2-15.
A SURVEY FOR INSECT-KILLING NEMATODES AND FUNGI ENDEMIC TO PECAN ORCHARDS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN U.S. AND THEIR VIRULENCE TO THE PECAN WEEVIL -
Shapiro Ilan, D.I., Gardner, W.A., Fuxa, J.R., Wood, B.W., Nguyen, K.B., Adams, B.J., Humber, R.A., Hall, M.J. 2002. A survey for insect-killing nematodes and fungi endemic to pecan orchards of the southeastern u.s. and their virulence to the pecan weevil. Pecan Grower. v.13(3). p.6-8.
PARTICLE FILM AFFECTS BLACK PECAN APHID (HOMOPTERA: APHIDIDAE) IN PECAN -
SEASONAL OCCURRENCE AND VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF EUSCHISTUS SERVUS AND EUSCHISTUS TRISTIGMUS (HEMIPTER: PENTATOMIDAE) IN PECAN -
CULTURAL PRACTICES INFLUENCE DAMAGE TO FOLIAGE AND FRUIT OF PECAN BY PESTS -
OUTCROSSING RATES AND RELATEDNESS ESTIMATES IN PECAN (CARYA ILLINOINENSIS) POPULATIONS -
POTENTIAL CROSS-POLLINATION PROBLEMS IN PECAN ORCHARDS -
RELATIONSHIP BETWEN CRICONEMELLA XENOPLAX AND MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA AND INCIDENCE OF SHORT LIFE ON PEACH -
CONTROL OF PECAN APHIDS WITH AN ORGANOSILICONE SURFACTANT -
REPRODUCTIVE AND VEGETATIVE TRAITS OF PECAN CULTIVARS AND A NEW SYSTEM FOR CLASSIFYING FLOWER MATURITY -
IMPACT OF ADJUVANTS ON PECAN FOLIAGE -
COMPARISON OF ZINC OXIDE AND ZINC SULFATE FOR CORRECTING SEVERE FOLIAR ZINCDEFICIENCY IN PECAN GROWING ON ACIDIC SOILS WITH AN ALKALINE SURFACE ZONE -
RELATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PECAN CULTIVARS TO ZONATE LEAF SPOT -
INFLUENCE OF EARLY SEASON FUNGICIDE AND ZINC SPRAYS ON LEAF AREA, FRUIT-SETAND NUT QUALITY OF PECAN -
ESTABLISHING PECAN ORCHARDS -
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MESOCRICONEMA XENOPLAX AND MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA AND THE INCIDENCE OF PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE -
CANOPY MORPHOLOGY OF PECAN CULTIVARS -
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