John P. Damicone

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Publications of John P. Damicone (16 listed):

Journal of Integrated Pest Management (2020) 11 (1 - pmaa013)
Mitchell G. Roth, Richard W. Webster, Daren S. Mueller, Martin I. Chilvers, Travis R. Faske, Febina M. Mathew, Carl A. Bradley, John P. Damicone, Mehdi Kabbage and Damon L. Smith (2020)
Integrated management of important soybean pathogens of the United States in changing climate

Plant Disease (2019) 103, 2353-2358
Claudia Diaz, Felipe Cevallos and John Damicone (2019)
Characterization of the race structure of Leptosphaeria maculans causing blackleg of winter canola in Oklahoma and Kansas

Crop Science (2018) 58, 1306-1317
Rebecca S. Bennett, Kelly D. Chamberlin and John P. Damicone (2018)
Sclerotinia blight resistance in the US Peanut Mini-Core Collection

Plant Disease (2016) 100, 1446-1453
J.D. Olson, J.P. Damicone and B.A. Kahn (2016)
Identification and characterization of isolates of Pythium and Phytophthora spp. from snap beans with cottony leak

Plant Disease (2014) 98, 864-875
E.J. Sikora, T.W. Allen, K.A. Wise, G. Bergstrom, C.A. Bradley, J. Bond, D. Brown-Rytlewski, M. Chilvers, J. Damicone, E. DeWolf, A. Dorrance, N. Dufault, P. Esker, T.R. Faske, L. Giesler, N. Goldberg, J. Golod, I.R.G. Gómez, C. Grau, A. Grybauskas, G. Franc, R. Hammerschmidt, G.L. Hartman, R.A. Henn, D. Hershman, C. Hollier, T. Isakeit, S. Isard, B. Jacobsen, D. Jardine, R. Kemerait, S. Koenning, M. Langham, D. Malvick, S. Markell, J.J. Marois, S. Monfort, D. Mueller, J. Mueller, R. Mulrooney, M. Newman, L. Osborne, G.B. Padgett, B.E. Ruden, J. Rupe, R. Schneider, H. Schwartz, G. Shaner, S. Singh, E. Stromberg, L. Sweets, A. Tenuta, S. Vaiciunas, X.B. Yang, H. Young-Kelly and J. Zidek (2014)
A coordinated effort to manage soybean rust in North America: A success story in soybean disease monitoring

Euphytica (2009) 166, 357-365
Kelly D. Chenault, Andrea L. Maas, John P. Damicone, Mark E. Payton and Hassan A. Melouk (2009)
Discovery and characterization of a molecular marker for Sclerotinia minor (Jagger) resistance in peanut

Plant Disease (2007) 91, 509-516
J.P. Damicone, J.V. Edelson, J.L. Sherwood, L.D. Myers and J.E. Motes (2007)
Effects of border crops and intercrops on control of cucurbit virus diseases

HortScience (2005) 40, 1324-1326
Brian A. Kahn, John P. Damicone and Raymond Joe Schatzer (2005)
Alternatives to benomyl for management of Cercospora leaf spot on turnip greens

Plant Disease (2003) 87, 923-928
M.J. Sullivan, J.P. Damicone and M.E. Payton (2003)
Development of a weather-based advisory program for scheduling fungicide applications for control of white rust of spinach

Plant Disease (2002) 86, 883-888
Youfu Zhao, John P. Damicone and Carol L. Bender (2002)
Detection, survival, and sources of inoculum for bacterial diseases of leafy crucifers in Oklahoma

HortScience (2002) 37, 948-949
Brian A. Kahn, John P. Damicone, Kenneth E. Jackson, James E. Motes and Mark E. Payton (2002)
Comparing chitin-urea to other materials for control of northern root-knot nematode on paprika pepper

Plant Disease (2002) 86, 753-758
M.J. Sullivan, J.P. Damicone and M.E. Payton (2002)
The effects of temperature and wetness period on the development of spinach white rust

Plant Disease (2000) 84, 1008-1014
Youfu Zhao, John P. Damicone, David H. Demezas and Carol L. Bender (2000)
Bacterial leaf spot diseases of leafy crucifers in Oklahoma caused by pathovars of Xanthomonas campestris

Plant Disease (2000) 84, 1015-1020
Youfu Zhao, John P. Damicone, David H. Demezas, Vidhya Rangaswamy and Carol L. Bender (2000)
Bacterial leaf spot of leafy crucifers in Oklahoma caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola

Plant Disease (1999) 83, p. 1072 (Damicone et al.)
J.P. Damicone and A.J. Sutherland (1999)
First report of pepper powdery mildew caused by Leveillula taurica in Oklahoma

Phytopathology (1999) 89, 653-659
L.J. Wu, J.P. Damicone, J.A. Duthie and H.A. Melouk (1999)
Effects of temperature and wetness duration on infection of peanut cultivars by Cercospora arachidicola