Nondestructive Sampling to Monitor Macrophomina phaseolina Root Colonization in Overwintering Stevia
PLANT HEALTH PROGRESS.
By: L. Rogers & A. Koehler
2019 journal article
Effects of fungicide applications on root-infecting microorganisms and overwintering survival of perennial stevia
CROP PROTECTION, 120, 13–20.
By: A. Koehler & H. Shew
Identification and characterization of Septoria steviae as the causal agent of Septoria leaf spot disease of stevia in North Carolina
By: A. Koehler, M. Larkin, L. Rogers, I. Carbone, M. Cubeta & H. Shew
2018 journal article
Field efficacy and baseline sensitivity of Septoria steviae to fungicides used for managing Septoria leaf spot of stevia
Crop Protection, 109, 95–101.
First report of charcoal rot of Stevia caused by Macrophomina phaseolina in North Carolina
Plant Disease, 102(1), 241–241.
2017 journal article
Enhanced overwintering survival of stevia by Qol fungicides used for management of Sclerotium rolfsii
Plant Disease, 101(8), 1417–1421.
First report of pythium root rot of stevia caused by Pythium myriotylum, P. irregulare, and P. aplzanidermatum in North Carolina
Plant Disease, 101(7), 1331–1332.
By: A. Koehler, E. Lookabaugh, B. Shew & H. Shew
Seasonal dynamics and fungicide sensitivity of organisms causing brown patch of tall fescue in North Carolina
Mycologia, 109(4), 667–675.
2014 journal article
First report of stem rot of Stevia caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in North Carolina
Plant Disease, 98(10), 1433–1433.