T. J. Gulya, Febina Mathew, R. Harverson, S. Markell, and C. Block
Febina M. Mathew (with T.J. Gulya, R. Harveson, S. Markell, and C. Block ) is a contributing author, Diseases of the Sunflower.
From the publishers website:
Chapters outline up-to-date strategies regarding breeding, chemical and biological control, cultural and environmental manipulation, diagnosis, nutrition, and sanitation and how these approaches directly influence ornamental plant health. This book is a presentation of the latest techniques for disease management by a global team of experts. The book addresses the major diseases of economically important ornamentals with the goal of capturing the latest disease management strategies along with diagnostic photographs. Florists’ crops production has evolved considerably through new technological advances in irrigation, environmental control, along with the appearance of new centers of large scale production of plant material. These changes have necessitated the development of newer and innovative ways of suppressing pathogenic fungi, bacteria, viruses, and nematodes.
D. Kent Shannon, David E. Clay, Newell R. Kitchen, Sharon A. Clay, B. W. French, and Febina M. Mathew
Sharon A. Clay and F.M. Mathew wit B.M. French are contributing authors, Pest Measurement and Management. Ch.8.
Book description: With the growing popularity and availability of precision equipment, farmers and producers have access to more data than ever before. With proper implementation, precision agriculture management can improve profitability and sustainability of production. Precision Agriculture Basics is geared at students, crop consultants, farmers, extension workers, and practitioners that are interested in practical applications of site-specific agricultural management. Using a multidisciplinary approach, readers are taught to make data-driven on-farm decisions using the most current knowledge and tools in crop science, agricultural engineering, and geostatistics. Precision Agriculture Basics also features a stunning video glossary including interviews with agronomists on the job and in the field.
David E. Clay, Gregg G. Carlson, Sharon A. Clay, and Emmanuel Byamukama
David E. Clay, Charles Gregg Carlson, Sharon A. Clay, Larry Wagner, Darrell L. Deneke, and Christopher H. Hay
David C. Clay, C. Gregg Carlson, and Kevin Dalsted
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