Works Published in 2017

search works

Displaying works 61 - 80 of 141 in total

Sorted by most recent date added to the index first, which may not be the same as publication date order.

2017 chapter

Dodder

In A. Keinath (Ed.), Compendium of Diseases, Pests, and Disorders for Cucurbits (2nd ed.). St. Paul, MN, USA: APS Press.

By: K. Jennings

Ed(s): A. Keinath

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: June 20, 2019

2017 book

Collard Greens and Common Ground: A North Carolina Community Food Gardening Handbook

https://nccommunitygardens.ces.ncsu.edu/2016/05/collard-greens-and-common-ground-a-north-carolina-community-food-gardening-handbook/

By: D. Boekelheide & L. Bradley

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: June 20, 2019

2017 journal article

Mapping Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) for Resistance to Late Blight in Tomato

International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 18(7), 1589.

By: D. Panthee n, A. Piotrowski n & R. Ibrahim

author keywords: late blight; Phytophthora infestans; resistance breeding; Solanum lycopersicum; tomato
MeSH headings : Disease Resistance / genetics; Solanum lycopersicum / genetics; Solanum lycopersicum / microbiology; Phytophthora infestans; Plant Diseases / genetics; Plant Diseases / microbiology; Quantitative Trait Loci
TL;DR: The objective of the present study was to map the genes and QTL associated with late blight resistance in a tomato population derived from intra-specific crosses, and it was found that the combination of major genes and minor QTL may provide a durable resistance to late blight in tomato. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Crossref, NC State University Libraries
Added: June 17, 2019

2017 journal article

Assessing the Economic Contributions and Benefits of Consumer Horticulture

HortTechnology, 27(5), 591–598.

By: L. Bradley n, B. Behe*, N. Bumgarner*, C. Glen n, J. Donaldson*, E. Bauske*, S. Dorn*, G. Langellotto*

author keywords: gardening; landscape; value; financial; urban
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
Sources: Crossref, NC State University Libraries
Added: June 7, 2019

2017 journal article

Chemical Constituents of Sweetpotato Genotypes in Relation to Textural Characteristics of Processed French Fries

Journal of Food Science, 83(1), 60–73.

By: A. Sato n, V. Truong, S. Johanningsmeier n, R. Reynolds n, K. Pecota n & G. Yencho n

author keywords: descriptive sensory analysis; French fries texture; instrumental measurement; Ipomoea batatas; sweetpotato French fries
MeSH headings : Amylases / metabolism; Dietary Carbohydrates / analysis; Food Handling / methods; Genotype; Hardness; Ipomoea batatas / chemistry; Ipomoea batatas / genetics; Mechanical Phenomena; Plant Oils / analysis; Plant Tubers / chemistry; Plant Tubers / enzymology; Sensation; Starch / analysis
TL;DR: Sensory texture attributes of SPFF varied widely and were significantly correlated with chemical components such as dry matter, starch, and total sugar contents of raw sweetpotatoes and instrumental texture measurements ofSPFF. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
Sources: Crossref, ORCID
Added: June 7, 2019

2017 article

Assessing Perceptions of Outdoor Teaching in Preschool.

http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.20/34788

By: J. Mcmillen

Source: ORCID
Added: May 15, 2019

2017 journal article

Tolerance of Bell Pepper to Herbicides Applied through a Drip Irrigation System

Weed Technology, 30(2), 486–491.

author keywords: Application method; methyl bromide alternatives; sulfonylurea
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 14, 2019

2017 journal article

Reduced Metribuzin Preharvest Interval on Potato Yield and Tuber Quality

Weed Technology, 29(2), 335–339.

By: P. Dittmar*, R. Batts n, K. Jennings n, R. Bellinder* & S. Meyers n

author keywords: Crop tolerance; label expansion; PHI
TL;DR: Reducing the PHI in potato to 30 d would have no effect on yield and would provide a longer period for controlling broadleaf weeds and reduce the impact of direct competition or harvest interference on crop tolerance. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 14, 2019

2017 journal article

Effects of Postemergence and Postemergence-Directed Halosulfuron on Triploid Watermelon (Citrullus Lanatus)

Weed Technology, 22(3), 467–471.

By: P. Dittmar n, D. Monks n, J. Schultheis n & K. Jennings n

author keywords: crop injury; directed spray; herbicide; sulfonylurea; nutsedge control
TL;DR: Limiting halosulfuron contact to no more than 25% of the watermelon plant will likely improve crop tolerance and reduce injury. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 14, 2019

2017 journal article

Effect of Drip-Applied Herbicides on Yellow Nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) in Plasticulture

Weed Technology, 26(2), 243–247.

author keywords: Sulfonylurea; herbicide application method; methyl bromide alternatives; drip irrigation
TL;DR: Drip-applied herbicides may give growers an option for herbicide application after drip irrigation tape and polyethylene mulch have been installed in the current vegetable crops, and may allow herbicide treatment under plastic mulch used for multicropping systems. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 14, 2019

2017 journal article

Absorption, Translocation, and Metabolism of Halosulfuron in Cucumber, Summer Squash, and Selected Weeds

Weed Science, 65(4), 461–467.

By: T. Besançon*, K. Jennings* & W. Everman

author keywords: Summer squash; radiolabeled herbicide; sulfonylurea; thin-layer chromatography
TL;DR: Investigation of the absorption, translocation, and metabolism of foliar-applied [14C]halosulfuron-methyl in cucumber, summer squash, pitted morningglory, and velvetleaf found cucumber tolerance to halosulfur-methyl may be due to limited translocation associated with some level of metabolism, but further research would be needed to investigate other potential causes. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 14, 2019

2017 journal article

Absorption, Translocation, and Metabolism of 14C-Halosulfuron in Grafted Eggplant and Tomato

Weed Technology, 31(6), 908–914.

author keywords: Interspecific; intraspecific; metabolism; rootstock; sulfonylurea
TL;DR: Results indicate that grafting did not affect absorption, translocation, and metabolism of POST halosulfuron in tomato and eggplant, and tomato plants metabolized halOSulfuron faster compared to eggplant regardless of grafting. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Sources: ORCID, Crossref, NC State University Libraries
Added: May 14, 2019

2017 journal article

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Response to Carfentrazone-ethyl and Pyraflufen-ethyl Applied Close to Harvest

Peanut Science, 44(1), 47–52.

By: S. Chaudhari, D. Jordan n & K. Jennings*

TL;DR: Carfentrazone-ethyl and pyraflufen-ethyl control large morningglory and could be an effective strategy as harvest aids in peanut, however, crop response to these herbicides has not been determined for Virginia market type peanut cultivars in North Carolina. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (OpenAlex)
Sources: ORCID, Crossref
Added: May 13, 2019

2017 journal article

Long-term Management of Palmer Amaranth with Herbicides and Cultural Practices in Cotton

Cftm, 3(1), 0.

UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 13, 2019

2017 journal article

‘Covington’ Sweetpotato Plant Survival and Yield Response to Preplant Irrigation, Planting Depth, and Transplant Size

HortTechnology, 27(6), 824–830.

By: W. Thompson n, J. Schultheis n, S. Chaudhari n, D. Monks n, K. Jennings n & G. Grabow n

author keywords: Ipomoea batatas; storage root number
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 13, 2019

2017 journal article

Sweetpotato Transplant Holding Duration Effects on Plant Survival and Yield

HortTechnology, 27(6), 818–823.

By: W. Thompson n, J. Schultheis n, S. Chaudhari n, D. Monks n, K. Jennings n & G. Grabow n

author keywords: Ipomoea batatas; plant stand; storage root number
TL;DR: It is confirmed the importance of soil moisture at and shortly after planting for transplant survival and yield and holding transplants for 1–3 DBP can improve stand establishment and yields when dry conditions occur either before or soon after planting. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 13, 2019

2017 journal article

Sweetpotato Tolerance and Palmer Amaranth Control with Metribuzin and Oryzalin

Weed Technology, 31(6), 903–907.

author keywords: Herbicide tolerance; weed control
TL;DR: Field studies were conducted in Clinton, NC in 2007 and 2009 to determine sweetpotato crop response and Palmer amaranth control with metribuzin and oryzalin and found that yields of all other treatments were less than the hand-weeded check but greater than the weedy check. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Sources: ORCID, NC State University Libraries, Crossref, NC State University Libraries
Added: May 13, 2019

2017 journal article

Response of Sweetpotato Cultivars to S-metolachlor Rate and Application Time

Weed Technology, 26(3), 474–479.

author keywords: Crop tolerance; herbicide rate
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 13, 2019

2017 journal article

Influence of Herbicides on the Development of Internal Necrosis of Sweetpotato

Weed Technology, 31(6), 863–869.

By: S. Beam n, K. Jennings n, D. Monks n, J. Schultheis n & S. Chaudhari n

author keywords: Crop yield; herbicide; severity; storage root
TL;DR: The presence of IN affected roots in nontreated plots indicates that some other pre- or post-curing factors other than herbicides are responsible for the development of IN, however, the ethephon application prior to sweetpotato root harvest escalates theDevelopment of IN. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: ORCID, Crossref
Added: May 13, 2019

2017 journal article

Effect of Weed-Free Strip Width on Newly Established ‘Navaho' Blackberry Growth, Yield, and Fruit Quality

Weed Technology, 28(2), 426–431.

author keywords: Orchard floor management
TL;DR: Field studies to determine the influence of weed-free strip width (WFSW) on newly planted ‘Navaho' blackberry plant growth, fruit yield, and fruit quality found WFSW did not influence shiny black blackberry fruit SSC, nor titratable acidity, sugar-to-acid ratio, or pH of shiny or dull blackBlackberry fruit. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Source: ORCID
Added: May 13, 2019

Citation Index includes data from a number of different sources. If you have questions about the sources of data in the Citation Index or need a set of data which is free to re-distribute, please contact us.

Certain data included herein are derived from the Web of Science© and InCites© (2024) of Clarivate Analytics. All rights reserved. You may not copy or re-distribute this material in whole or in part without the prior written consent of Clarivate Analytics.