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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Martin Williams
Ecologist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Goss’s wilt incidence in sweet corn is independent of transgenic traits and glyphosate -
Williams, M.M. II, Bradley, C.A., Duke, S.O., Maul, J.E., Reddy, K.N. 2015. Goss’s wilt incidence in sweet corn is independent of transgenic traits and glyphosate. Horticultural Science. 50:1791-1794.
Relationships among phenotypic traits of sweet corn and tolerance to crowding stress -
Williams, M.M. II 2015. Relationships among phenotypic traits of sweet corn and tolerance to crowding stress. Field Crops Research. 185:45-50.
Identification of crowding stress tolerance co-expression networks involved in sweet corn yield -
Choe, E., Drnevich, J., Williams II, M.M. 2016. Identification of crowding stress tolerance co-expression networks involved in sweet corn yield. PLoS One. doi: org/10.1371/journal.pone.0147418.
Managing weeds in commercial edamame production: current options and their outcomes -
Williams II, M.M. 2015. Managing weeds in commercial edamame production: current options and their outcomes. Weed Science. 63:954-961.
Sweet corn hybrid tolerance to weed competition under three weed management levels -
Boydston, R.A., Williams, M. 2015. Sweet corn hybrid tolerance to weed competition under three weed management levels. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 31:281-287. doi: 10.1017/S1742170515000204.
Stress test: identifying crowding stress-tolerant hybrids in processing sweet corn -
Williams II, M.M. 2015. Stress test: identifying crowding stress-tolerant hybrids in processing sweet corn. Agronomy Journal. 107:1782-1788.
Alternatives to atrazine for weed management in processing sweet corn -
Phenomorphological characterization of vegetable soybean germplasm lines for commercial production -
Williams II, M. 2015. Phenomorphological characterization of vegetable soybean germplasm lines for commercial production. Crop Science. 55:1274-1279.
Optimization of agricultural field workability predictions for improved risk management -
Tomasek, B.J., Williams, M., Davis, A.S. 2015. Optimization of agricultural field workability predictions for improved risk management. Agronomy Journal. 107(2):627-633.
A bioenergy feedstock/vegetable double-cropping system -
Williams, M. 2014. A bioenergy feedstock/vegetable double-cropping system. Industrial Crops and Products. 59:223-227.
Vegetable soybean tolerance to bentazon, fomesafen, imazamox, linuron, and sulfentrazone -
Williams II, M., Nelson, R.L. 2014. Vegetable soybean tolerance to bentazon, fomesafen, imazamox, linuron, and sulfentrazone. Weed Technology. 28:601-607.
Photosystem II-inhibitors play a limited role in sweet corn response to 4-hydroxyphenyl pyruvate dioxygenase-inhibiting herbicides -
Choe, E., Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Huber, J., Huber, S.C., Pataky, J.K. 2014. Photosystem II-inhibitors play a limited role in sweet corn response to 4-hydroxyphenyl pyruvate dioxygenase-inhibiting herbicides. Agronomy Journal. 106:1317-1323.
Few crop traits accurately predict variables important to productivity of processing sweet corn -
Williams, M. 2014. Few crop traits accurately predict variables important to productivity of processing sweet corn. Field Crops Research. 157:20-26.
Crop seeding level: implications for weed management in sweet corn -
Williams, M.M. II, Boydston, R.A. 2013. Crop seeding level: implications for weed management in sweet corn. Weed Science. 61(3):437-442.
Towards a no-till no-spray future? Introduction to a symposium on nonchemical weed management for reduced-tillage cropping systems -
Brainard, D., Haramoto, E., Williams, M.M. II, Mirsky, S.B. 2013. Towards a no-till no-spray future? Introduction to a symposium on nonchemical weed management for reduced-tillage cropping systems. Weed Technology. 27:190-192.
Intraspecific and interspecific competition in sweet corn -
Williams, M.M. II, Boydston, R.A. 2013. Intraspecific and interspecific competition in sweet corn. Agronomy Journal. 105(2):503-508.
Maize dwarf mosaic can reduce weed suppressive ability of sweet corn -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K. 2012. Maize dwarf mosaic can reduce weed suppressive ability of sweet corn. Weed Science. 60:577-582.
Máodò: weed management issues in North American edamame -
Williams, M., Herman, T., Nelson, R.L. 2012. Máodò: weed management issues in North American edamame. International Weed Science Congress. Available: www.iwss.info/proceedings.asp.
Agronomics and economics of plant population density on processing sweet corn -
Williams, M.M. II. 2011. Agronomics and economics of plant population density on processing sweet corn. Field Crops Research. 128:55-61.
Interactions between maize dwarf mosaic and weed interference on sweet corn -
Williams, M.M. II, Pataky, J.K. 2011. Interactions between maize dwarf mosaic and weed interference on sweet corn. Field Crops Research. 128:48-54.
Edamame cultivar report - 2011 -
Williams, M., Herman, T., Nelson, R.L. 2012. Edamame cultivar report - 2011. Midwest Vegetable Variety Trial Report. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Available: http://www.hort.purdue.edu/fruitveg/rep_pres/2011-12/toc11.shtml.
Maize dwarf mosaic in sweet corn contributes to weed growth and seed production -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K. 2012. Maize dwarf mosaic in sweet corn contributes to weed growth and seed production [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America. Paper No. 128.
Maternal corn environment influences wild-proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) seed characteristics -
Williams, M.M. II, Schutte, B.J., Yim, S. 2012. Maternal corn environment influences wild-proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) seed characteristics. Weed Science. 60:69-74.
Observations from a quarter century of evaluating reactions of sweet corn hybrids in disease nurseries -
Pataky, J.K., Williams, M., Headrick, M.M., Nankam, C., Du Toit, L., Michener, P.M. 2011. Observations from a quarter century of evaluating reactions of sweet corn hybrids in disease nurseries. Plant Disease. 95:1492-1506.
Significance of atrazine as a tank-mix partner with tembotrione -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Peachey, R.E., Robinson, D. 2011. Significance of atrazine as a tank-mix partner with tembotrione. Weed Technology. 25(3):299-302.
Sweet Corn Hybrid Disease Nursery - 2010 -
Pataky, J., Williams, M., Warsaw, B. 2011. Sweet Corn Hybrid Disease Nursery - 2010. Midwest Vegetable Variety Trial Report 2010. Purdue University. p. 149-174.
Reactions of Sweet Corn Hybrids to Prevalent Diseases and Herbicides -
Pataky, J., Williams, M. 2011. Reactions of Sweet Corn Hybrids to Prevalent Diseases and Herbicides. Midwest Vegetable Variety Trial Report for 2010. Purdue University. p. 115-148.
Response of four sweet corn hybrids to weed management level. -
Boydston, R.A., Williams, M. 2011. Response of four sweet corn hybrids to weed management level.. Western Society of Weed Science Meeting Proceedings. (145). http://wssaabstracts.com/public/6/proceedings.html#pres145.
Using less atrazine in sweet corn: challenges to overcome -
Williams, M.M. II, Boydston, R.A., Peachy, R.E., Robinson, D.E. 2011. Using less atrazine in sweet corn: challenges to overcome [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America. Paper No. 195.
Performance consistency of reduced Atrazine use in sweet corn -
Williams, M.M. II, Boydston, R.A., Peachey, R.E., Robinson, D. 2011. Performance consistency of reduced Atrazine use in sweet corn. Field Crops Research. 121:96-104.
Rye and vetch management for no-till snap bean production. -
Boydston, R.A., Williams, M. 2011. Rye and vetch management for no-till snap bean production.. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. Paper #145. http://www.wssa.net/Meetings/WSSAAbstracts/abstractsearch.php.
How safe is Capreno on sweet corn? -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K. 2010. How safe is Capreno on sweet corn? North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. Available: http://www.ncwss.org/.
Maternal Corn Environment Influences Wild-proso Millet (Panicum miliaceum) Seed Characteristics -
Williams, M., Schutte, B.J., So, Y.F. 2010. Maternal Corn Environment Influences Wild-proso Millet (Panicum miliaceum) Seed Characteristics. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. Available: http://www.ncwss.org/.
Genetic Factors Influencing Adverse Effects of Mesotrione and Nicosulfuron on Sweet Corn Yield -
Meyer, M., Pataky, J., Williams, M. 2010. Genetic Factors Influencing Adverse Effects of Mesotrione and Nicosulfuron on Sweet Corn Yield. Agronomy Journal. 102:1138-1144.
Sweet Corn Hybrid Disease Nursery - 2009 -
Pataky, J.K., Williams, M., Meyer, M., Warsaw, B. 2010. Sweet Corn Hybrid Disease Nursery - 2009. Purdue University. Midwest Vegetable Variety Trial Report.
Factors affecting differential sweet corn sensitivity to HPPD-inhibiting herbicides -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K. 2010. Factors Affecting Differential Sweet Corn Sensitivity to HPPD-inhibiting Herbicides. Weed Science. 58:289-294.
Significance of Atrazine in Weed Management Systems of Sweet Corn Reprint Icon -
Williams, M., Boerboom, C.M., Rabaey, T.L. 2010. Significance of Atrazine in Weed Management Systems of Sweet Corn. Weed Technology. 24:139-142.
Biological Significance of Low Weed Population Densities on Sweet Corn -
Williams, M.M. 2010. Biological Significance of Low Weed Population Densities on Sweet Corn. Agronomy Journal. 102:464-468.
Explanation of the Differences in Sweet Corn Hybrid Sensitivity to HPPD-inhibitors -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K. 2010. Explanation of the Differences in Sweet Corn Hybrid Sensitivity to HPPD-inhibitors. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. Available: http://www.wssa.net/Meetings/WSSAAbstracts/abstractsearch.php.
Linkages Among Agronomic, Environmental and Weed Management Characteristics in North American Sweet Corn -
Williams, M.M. II, Davis, A.S., Rabaey, T.L., Boerboom, C.M. 2009. Linkages Among Agronomic, Environmental and Weed Management Characteristics in North American Sweet Corn. Field Crops Research. 113:161-169.
A Common Genetic Basis for Cross-Sensitivity to Mesotrione and Nicosulfuron in Sweet Corn Hybrid Cultivars and Inbreds Grown Throughout North America -
Pataky, J.K., Williams, M.M. II, Reichers, D.E., Meyer, M.D. 2009. A Common Genetic Basis for Cross-Sensitivity to Mesotrione and Nicosulfuron in Sweet Corn Hybrid Cultivars and Inbreds Grown Throughout North America. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 134:252-260.
Within-Season Changes in the Residual Weed Community and Crop Tolerance to Interference over the Long Planting Season of Sweet Corn -
Williams, M.M. II. 2009. Within-Season Changes in the Residual Weed Community and Crop Tolerance to Interference over the Long Planting Season of Sweet Corn. Weed Science. 57:319-325.
Principal canopy factors of sweet corn and relationships to competitive ability with wild-proso millet (panicum miliaceum) -
So, Y.F., Williams, M.M. II, Pataky, J.K., Davis, A.S. 2009. Principal Canopy Factors of Sweet Corn and Relationships to Competitive Ability with Wild-proso Millet (panicum miliaceum). Weed Science. 57:296-303.
Wild-proso Differentially Affects Canopy Architecture and Yield Components of 25 Sweet Corn Hybrids -
So, Y.F., Williams, M.M. II, Pataky, J.K. 2009. Wild-proso Differentially Affects Canopy Architecture and Yield Components of 25 Sweet Corn Hybrids. HortScience. 44:408-412.
Further Evidence of a Genetic Basis for Varied Levels of Injury to Sweet Corn Hybrids from Cytochrome P450-Metabolized Herbicides Applied Postemergence -
Williams, M., Wax, L.M., Pataky, J.K., Meyer, M.D. 2008. Further Evidence of a Genetic Basis for Varied Levels of Injury to Sweet Corn Hybrids from Cytochrome P450-Metabolized Herbicides Applied Postemergence . HortScience. 43:2093-2097.
Sweet corn growth and yield responses to planting dates of the north central U.S. -
Williams, M.M. II. 2008. Sweet Corn Growth and Yield Responses to Planting Dates of the North Central United States. HortScience. 43(6):1775-1779.
Residual Weeds of Processing Sweet Corn in the North Central Region -
Williams, M.M. II, Rabaey, T., Boerboom, C.M. 2008. Residual Weeds of Processing Sweet Corn in the North Central Region. Weed Technology. 22:646-653.
Genetic basis and implications of cross-sensitivity in Zea mays L. (sweet corn) to multiple herbicides metabolized by cytochrome P-450 enzymes -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K., Riechers, D.E. 2008. Genetic basis and implications of cross-sensitivity in Zea mays L. (sweet corn) to multiple herbicides metabolized by cytochrome P-450 enzymes [abstract]. In: Abstracts of 5th International Weed Science Congress June 23-27, 2008, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 2008 CDROM.
Sensitivity to P450-metabolized herbicides in sweet corn: genetic basis and implications -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K., Reichers, D.E. 2008. Sensitivity to P450-metabolized herbicides in sweet corn: genetic basis and implications. In: Proceedings of the 44th Annual Corn Breeders School Illinois. March 3-4, 2008. p. 103-111.
The influence of tillage and crop on giant ragweed emergence and seed persistence in the soil -
Nordby, D., Williams, M., Chee Sanford, J.C. 2008. The influence of tillage and crop on giant ragweed emergence and seed persistence in the soil [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. Available: http://www.wssa.net.
A common genetic basis in sweet corn inbred C1 for cross sensitivity to multiple cytochrome P450-metabolized herbicides -
Nordby, J.N., Williams, M., Pataky, J.K., Riechers, D.E. 2008. A common genetic basis in sweet corn inbred C1 for cross sensitivity to multiple cytochrome P450-metabolized herbicides. Weed Science. 56:376-382.
Genetic Basis of Sensitivity in Sweet Corn to Tembotrione -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K. 2008. Genetic Basis of Sensitivity in Sweet Corn to Tembotrione. Weed Science. 56:364-370.
Efficacy of Topramezone and Tembotrione Herbicides in Sweet Corn: Effect of Atrazine Rate, Adjuvants, and Timing -
Peachey, E., Williams, M., Boydston, R.A. 2008. Efficacy of Topramezone and Tembotrione Herbicides in Sweet Corn: Effect of Atrazine Rate, Adjuvants, and Timing. Western Society of Weed Science Meeting Proceedings. 61:36.
Genetic Basis for Varied Levels of Injury to Sweet Corn Hybrids from Three Cytochrome P-450 Metabolized Herbicides -
Pataky, J.K., Meyer, M.D., Bollman, J.D., Boerboom, C.M., Williams, M. 2008. Genetic Basis for Varied Levels of Injury to Sweet Corn Hybrids from Three Cytochrome P-450 Metabolized Herbicides. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 133:438-447.
Interactions between population density of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata, and herbicide rate for suppression of solanaceous weeds -
Metzger, C., Boydston, R.A., Ferguson, H., Williams, M., Zack, R., Walsh, D. 2008. Interactions between population density of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata, and herbicide rate for suppression of solanaceous weeds. Journal of Insect Science 8:38. Available: http://www.insectscience.org/papers/2008/.
Crop competitive ability contributes to herbicide performance in sweet corn -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2008. Crop competitive ability contributes to herbicide performance in sweet corn. Weed Research. 48(1):56-67.
Differential tolerance in sweet corn to wild proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) interference -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2008. Differential tolerance in sweet corn to wild proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) interference. Weed Science. 56:91-96.
Variation in wild proso millet fecundity in sweet corn has residual effects in snap bean -
Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2007. Variation in wild proso millet fecundity in sweet corn has residual effects in snap bean. Weed Science. 55(5):502-507.
Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Sanford, R.A., Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2007. Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting. Paper No. Q-161.
Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Sanford, R.A., Connor, L.M., Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2007. Investigation of Anaerobic Herbicide Degradation in Agricultural Soils [abstract]. Meeting Abstract. #Q-161.
Influence of planting date and weed interference on sweet corn growth and development -
Williams, M.M. II, Lindquist, J.L. 2007. Influence of planting date and weed interference on sweet corn growth and development. Agronomy Journal. 99:1066-1072.
Prevalence of a gene conferring sensitivity to nicosulfuron and mesotrione in sweet corn and field corn -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K., Riechers, D.E. 2007. Prevalence of a gene conferring sensitivity to nicosulfuron and mesotrione in sweet corn and field corn [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 181.
Sweet corn hybrid influences outcomes of wild proso millet suppression with sethoxydim -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A. 2007. Sweet corn hybrid influences outcomes of wild proso millet suppression with sethoxydim [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 121.
Wild Proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) suppresive ability among three sweet corn hybrids -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2007. Wild proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) suppressive ability among three sweet corn hybrids. Weed Science. 55:245-251.
2006 UPDATE OF WEED ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH IN SWEET CORN -
SURVEY OF WEEDS AND WEED MANAGEMENT IN SWEET CORN GROWN FOR PROCESSING -
Williams, M., Rabaey, T.L., Boerboom, C.M., Davis, A.S. 2007. Survey of weeds and weed management in sweet corn grown for processing. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 61(1):83.
ROLE OF SWEET CORN CANOPY ARCHITECTURE IN CROP/WEED INTERACTIONS -
So, Y.F., Pataky, J.K., Williams, M., Davis, A.S. 2007. Role of sweet corn canopy architecture in crop/weed interactions. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 61(1):166.
WILD PROSO MILLET SUPPRESSION AMONG SWEET CORN HYBRIDS -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S., Pataky, J., So, Y. 2006. Wild proso millet suppression among sweet corn hybrids. 2006 Processing Crops Conference. 2006:1-9.
WILD PROSO MILLET DEMOGRAPHY IN SNAP BEANS FOLLOWING THREE DIFFERENT SWEET CORN HYBRIDS -
Davis, A.S., Williams, M. 2006. Wild proso millet demography in snap beans following three different sweet corn hybrids [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 61:93.
INHERITANCE OF CROSS-SENSITIVITY IN SWEET CORN TO HERBICIDES APPLIED POSTEMERGENCE -
Pataky, Jerald K., Norby, John N., Williams, M., Riechers, D.E. 2006. Inheritance of cross-sensitivity in sweet corn to herbicides applied postemergence. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 131:744-751.
CANOPY VARIATION AMONG THREE SWEET CORN HYBRIDS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR LIGHT COMPETITION -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A., Davis, A.S. 2006. Canopy variation among three sweet corn hybrids and implications for light competition. HortScience. 41:1449-1454.
Volunteer potato density influences critical time of weed removal in bulb onion -
Williams, M., Ransom, C.V., Thompson, W.M. 2007. Volunteer potato density influences critical time of weed removal in bulb onion. Weed Technology. 21(1):136-140.
FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN GIANT RAGWEED (AMBROSIA TRIFIDA L.) INTERFERENCE AND SWEET CORN YIELD AND EAR TRAITS -
Williams, M., Masiunas, J.B. 2006. Functional relationships between giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L.) interference and sweet corn yield and ear traits. Weed Science. 54:948-953.
SOIL SEED BANK DYNAMICS OF GIANT RAGWEED (AMBROSIA TRIFIDA L.) AND THE ROLE OF SOIL FUNGI IN SEED DECAY PROCESSES [ABSTRACT] -
Fu, X., Williams, M.M.II, Chee-Sanford, J.C. 2006. Soil seed bank synamics of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida l.) and the role of soil fungi in seed decay processes [abstract]. Association for Tripical Biology and Conservation. Available: http://atbc.xtbtg.ac.cn.
PLANTING DATE INFLUENCES CRITICAL PERIOD OF WEED CONTROL IN SWEET CORN -
Williams, M. 2006. Planting date influences critical period of weed control in sweet corn. Weed Science. 54:928-933.
DO MICROBES INFLUENCE SEED BANK DYNAMICS? -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Williams, M., Davis, A.S., Sims, G.K. 2006. Do microbes influence seed bank dynamics? Weed Science. 54(3):575-587.
CONIDIAL GERMINATION AND GERM TUBE ELONGATION OF PHOMPOSIS AMARANTHICOLA AND MICROSPHAEROPSIS AMARANTHI ON LEAF SURFACES OF SEVEN AMARANTHUS SPECIES -
Ortiz Ribbing, L.M., Williams, M. 2006. Conidial germination and germ tube elongation of Phomopsis amaranthicola and Microsphaeropsis amaranthi on leaf surfaces of seven Amaranthus species. Biological Control. 38(3):356-362.
WEEDS OF SWEET CORN AND THEIR IMPACT ON YIELD TRAITS -
Williams, M. 2005. Weeds of sweet corn and their impact on yield traits [abstract]. Midwest Food Processors Association Processing Crops Conference. Paper No. 11.
MICROBIAL INTERACTIONS WITH WEED SEEDS [ABSTRACT] -
Chee Sanford, J.C., Holman, T.J., Connor, L.M., Williams, M., Davis, A.S., Sims, G.K. 2005. Microbial interactions with weed seeds [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society. 60:16.
HOST SPECIFICITY OF MICROSPHAEROPSIS AMARANTHI AND PHOMOPSIS AMARANTHICOLA, BIOHERBICIDE CANDIDATES FOR AMARANTHUS SPECIES -
Ortiz-Ribbing, L., Williams, M. 2005. Host specificity of microsphaeropsis amaranthi and phomopsis amaranthicola, bioherbicide candidates for amaranthus species [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 60:140.
SWEET CORN CULTIVAR INFLUENCES BIOLOGICALLY EFFECTIVE HERBICIDE DOSE [ABSTRACT] -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A.,. 2005. Sweet corn cultivar influences biologically effective herbicide dose [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society US Proceedings. 60(1):28.
INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT IN VEGETABLE CROPS -
Boydston, R.A., Williams, M. 2005. Integrated weed management in vegetable crops. Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Meetings, Pasco, WA, p. 1-4. http://www.pnva.org.
PLANTING DATE INFLUENCES CRITICAL PERIOD FOR WEED CONTROL IN SWEET CORN -
Williams, M., Frihauf, J.C. 2005. Planting date influences critical period for weed control in sweet corn [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. 46:219.
VOLUNTEER POTATO INTERFERENCE IN CARROT -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A. 2006. Volunteer potato(Solanum tuberosum l.) interference in carrot. Weed Science. 54(1):94-99.
TWO FUNGAL ORGANISMS INFECT SEVERAL WEEDY AMARANTHUS SPECIES [ABSTRACT] -
Ortiz-Ribbing, L.M., Williams, M. 2005. Two fungal organisms infect several weedy amaranthus species [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts. 60(1):16.
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING SEED PERSISTENCE OF 13 ANNUAL WEEDS ACROSS THE U.S. CORN BELT -
Davis, A.S., Cardina, J., Forcella, F., Johnson, G.A., Kegode, G., Lindquist, J., Luschei, E.C., Renner, K.A., Sprague, C.L., Williams, M. 2005. Environmental factors affecting seed persistence of 13 annual weeds across the U.S. corn belt. Weed Science. 53(6):860-868.
CROSS-SENSITIVITY IN SWEET CORN TO NICOSULFURON AND MESOTRIONE APPLIED POSTEMERGENCE -
Williams, M., Pataky, J.K., Nordby, J.N., Riechers, D.E., Sprague, C.L., Masiunas, J.B. 2005. Cross-sensitivity in sweet corn to nicosulfuron and mesotrione applied postemergence. Hortscience. 40(6):1801-1805.
ALTERNATIVE TO HANDWEEDING VOLUNTEER POTATO IN CARROT (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM) IN CARROT (DAUCUS CAROTA) -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A. 2005. Alternative to handweeding volunteer potato (Solanum tuberosum)in carrot (Daucus carota). Weed Technology. 19(4):1050-1055.
POTENTIAL OF PHOMOPSIS AMARANTHICOLA AND MICROSPHAEROPSIS AMARANTHI, AS BIOHERBICIDES FOR SEVERAL WEEDY AMARANTHUS SPECIES -
Ortiz Ribbing, L.M., Williams, M. 2006. Potential of Phomopsis amaranthicola and Microsphaeropsis amaranthi, as bioherbicides for several weedy amaranthus species. Crop Protection. 25(1):39-46.
CROP HYBRID SELECTION OF A TOOL TO MANAGE ANNUAL GRASSES IN SWEET CORN -
Williams, M., Boydston, R.A. Crop hybrid selection of a tool to manage annual grasses in sweet corn. Illinois Fruit and Vegetable Research Report.
CROP TOLERANCE AND WEED SUPPRESSIVE ABILITY OF THREE SWEET CORN HYBRIDS: INITIAL RESULTS -
WILLIAMS, M.M., BOYDSTON, R.A. 2005. Crop tolerance and weed suppressive ability of three sweet corn hybrids: Initial results. 77th Processing Crops Conference Proceedings. p. 8.
VOLUNTEER POTATO CONTROL IN ONION USING FLUROXYPYR -
Oman, C., Nissen, S.J., Westra, P., Ransom, C., Boydston, R.A., Williams, M., Thompson, W. 2004. Volunteer potato control in onion using fluroxypyr. 2004 National Allium Research Conference, Grand Junction, CO., Dec. 2004.
CANOPY VARIATION AND WILD PROSO MILLET SUPPRESSIVE ABILITY AMONG THREE SWEET CORN HYBRIDS -
Williams, M.M., Boydston, R.A. 2005. Canopy variation and wild proso millet suppressive ability among three sweet corn hybrids [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America. 45:57.
TOLERANCE OF THREE SWEET CORN HYBRIDS TO WILD PROSO MILLET INTERFERENCE -
Williams, M.M., Boydston, R.A. 2005. Tolerance of three sweet corn hybrids to wild proso millet interference [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America. 45:83.
CANOPY VARIATION AND WILD PROSO MILLET SUPPRESSIVE ABILITY AMONG THREE SWEET CORN HYBRIDS -
WILLIAMS, M.M., BOYDSTON, R.A. 2005. Canopy variation and wild proso millet suppressive ability among three sweet corn hybrids. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstract. Vol. 45:57.
TOLERANCE OF THREE SWEET CORN HYBRIDS TO WILD PROSO MILLET INTERFERENCE -
WILLIAMS, M.M., BOYDSTON, R.A. 2005. Tolerance of three sweet corn hybrids to wild proso millet interference. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstract. Vol. 45:83.
SEEDBANK PERSISTENCE OF A DECLINING GIANT RAGWEED POPULATION: INITIAL RESULTS OF A LONG-TERM STUDY -
Nordby, D.E., Williams, M.M., Chee-Sandford, J.C. 2005. Seedbank persistence of a declining giant ragweed population: Initial results of a long-term study[abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting. Vol. 45:63.
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE SENSITIVITY OF SWEET CORN TO NICOSULFURON AND MESOTRIONE -
Nordby, D.E., Williams, M.M, Pataky, J., Sprague, C. 2005. Association between the sensitivity of sweet corn to nicosulfuron and mesotrione [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America Meeting. Vol. 45:25.
MANAGING WILD PROSO MILLET AND VOLUNTEER POTATOES IN SWEET CORN -
Boydston, R.A., Spellman, D.E., Williams, M. 2004. Managing wild proso millet and volunteer potatoes in sweet corn. Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Proceedings, Pasco, WA. pp 35-41.
INTEGRATING ARTHROPOD HERBIVORY AND REDUCED HERBICIDE USE FOR WEED MANAGEMENT -
Williams, M.M., Walsh, D.B., Boydston, R.A. 2004. Integrating arthropod herbivory and reduced herbicide use for weed management. Weed Science. 52:1018-1025.
MANAGING VOLUNTEER POTATO (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM) IN FIELD CORN WITH MESOTRIONE AND ARTHROPOD HERBIVORY -
Boydston, R.A., Williams, M. 2005. Managing volunteer potato (solanum tuberosum) in field corn with mesotrione and arthropod herbivory. Weed Technology. 19:443-450.
EFFECT OF GIANT RAGWEED INTERFERENCE ON SWEET CORN YIELD AND QUALITY -
Williams, M.M., Masiunas, J.B. 2004. Effect of giant ragweed interference on sweet corn yield and quality [abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society Proceedings. Vol. 59.
INFLUENCE OF TILLAGE AND CROP ON GIANT RAGWEED EMERGENCE, SEED DISTRIBUTION AND LONGEVITY -
Nordby, D.E., Williams, M.M. 2004. Influence of tillage and crop on giant ragweed emergence, seed distribution and longevity[abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society Proceedings. Vol. 59.
MULTI-STATE EVALUATION OF SWEET CORN HYBRID TOLERANCE TO HERBICIDES -
Boerboon, C.M., Becker, R.L., Williams, M.M., Bellinder, R.R., Vangessel, M.J., Peachey, R.E. 2004. Multi-state evaluation of sweet corn hybrid tolerance to herbicides[abstract]. North Central Weed Science Society Proceedings. Vol. 59.
DURATION OF VOLUNTEER POTATO (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) INTERFERENCE IN BULB ONION -
Williams, M., Ransom, C.V., Thompson, W.M. 2005. Duration of volunteer potato (solanum tuberosum l.) interference in bulb onion. Weed Science. 53(1):62-68.
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MICROORGANISMS AND WEED SEEDS: NOVEL IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MICROBE RELATIONSHIPS -
Chee-Sanford, J.C., Connor, L.M., Holman, T.J., Williams, M.M., Sims, G.K. 2004. Interactions between microorganisms and weed seeds: novel implications for the microbe relationships. [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology. Paper No. N-114.
EFFECT OF VOLUNTEER POTATO DENSITY ON DRY BULB ONION YIELD AND QUALITY -
Williams, M.M. II, Ransom, C.V., Thompson, W.M. 2004. Effect of volunteer potato density on bulb onion yield and quality. Weed Science. 52:754-758.
BACTERIAL POPULATIONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO WEED SEEDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SOIL SEED BANK MICROBIAL ECOLOCY. -
Chee-Sanford, J.C., Connor, L.M., Holman, T.J., Tang, E., So, Y., Marvelli, R., Williams, M.M. 2004. Bacterial populations and their relationship to weed seeds: implications for soil seed bank microbial ecology. [abstract].104th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, New Orleans,LA. No. N-013.
SWEET CORN CULTIVAR TOLERANCE TO MESOTRIONE -
Masiunas, J., Pataky, J., Sprague, C., Williams, M., Wax, L. 2004. Sweet corn cultivar tolerance to mesotrione. [abstract]. Weed Science Society of America. Vol. 44. p. 58.
CARROT WEED CONTROL - RESEARCH WITH CAPAROL AND NORTRON -
BOYDSTON, R.A., WILLIAMS, M., PREST, G., SPELLMAN, D.E. CARROT WEED CONTROL - RESEARCH WITH CAPAROL AND NORTRON. Carrot Country. 2004. 12(1):6-8.
CARROT WEED CONTROL - RESEARCH WITH CAPAROL AND NORTON -
BOYDSTON, R.A., WILLIAMS, M., PREST, G., SPELLMAN, D.E. CARROT WEED CONTROL - RESEARCH WITH CAPAROL AND NORTON. PROCEEDINGS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST VEGETABLE ASSOCIATION, PASCO, WA. P 81-88. 2003.
ACERIA MALHERBAE FEEDING IMPROVES SUPPRESSION OF FIELD BINDWEED WITH HERBICIDES -
WILLIAMS, M., BOYDSTON, R.A. ACERIA MALHERBAE FEEDING IMPROVES SUPPRESSION OF FIELD BINDWEED WITH HERBICIDES. WEED SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA ABSTRACTS. 2004. Vol. 44:28 #102.
MANAGING VOLUNTEER POTATO IN FIELD CORN WITH MESOTRIONE AND COLORADO POTATO BEETLE. -
BOYDSTON, R.A., WILLIAMS, M. MANAGING VOLUNTEER POTATO IN FIELD CORN WITH MESOTRIONE AND COLORADO POTATO BEETLE. 2004 WEED SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA ABSTRACTS. 2004. Vol. 44:58-59 #204.
SIGNIFICANCE OF CROP QUALITY IN WEED COMPETITION RELATIONSHIPS -
WILLIAMS, M.M. 2003. Significance of crop quality in weed competition relationships. Amer. Soc. for Hort. Sci. Abst.
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