Walt Mahaffee
Walt Mahaffee
USDA-ARS Horticulture Crops Research Laboratory
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ars.usda.gov
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Bacterial endophytes in agricultural crops
J Hallmann, A Quadt-Hallmann, WF Mahaffee, JW Kloepper
Canadian journal of microbiology 43 (10), 895-914, 1997
Compost tea: principles and prospects for plant disease control
S Scheuerell, W Mahaffee
Compost Science & Utilization 10 (4), 313-338, 2002
Compost and compost water extract-induced systemic acquired resistance in cucumber and Arabidopsis
W Zhang, DY Han, WA Dick, KR Davis, HAJ Hoitink
Phytopathology 88 (5), 450-455, 1998
Temporal changes in the bacterial communities of soil, rhizosphere, and endorhiza associated with field-grown cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.)
WF Mahaffee, JW Kloepper
Microbial Ecology 34 (3), 210-223, 1997
Compost tea as a container medium drench for suppressing seedling damping-off caused by Pythium ultimum
SJ Scheuerell, WF Mahaffee
Phytopathology 94 (11), 1156-1163, 2004
Suppression of seedling damping-off caused by Pythium ultimum, P. irregulare, and Rhizoctonia solani in container media amended with a diverse range of Pacific Northwest …
SJ Scheuerell, DM Sullivan, WF Mahaffee
Phytopathology 95 (3), 306-315, 2005
Variability associated with suppression of gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) on geranium by foliar applications of nonaerated and aerated compost teas
SJ Scheuerell, WF Mahaffee
Plant disease 90 (9), 1201-1208, 2006
Use of Bioluminescence Markers To Detect Pseudomonas spp. in the Rhizosphere
LA de Weger, P Dunbar, WF Mahafee, BJJ Lugtenberg, GS Sayler
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 57 (12), 3641-3644, 1991
The use and role of predictive systems in disease management
DH Gent, WF Mahaffee, N McRoberts, WF Pfender
Annual review of phytopathology 51, 267-289, 2013
Bacterial communities of the rhizosphere and endorhiza associated with field-grown cucumber plants inoculated with a plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium or its genetically …
WF Mahaffee, JW Kloepper
Canadian journal of microbiology 43 (4), 344-353, 1997
Plant response and disease control following seed inoculation with Bacillus subtilis
PA Backman, PM Brannen, WF Mahaffee
Improving plant productivity with rhizosphere bacteria. CSIRO Division of …, 1994
Applications of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria in sustainable agriculture.
WF Mahaffee, JW Kloepper
Soil biota: management in sustainable farming systems., 23-31, 1994
Effects of seed factors on spermosphere and rhizosphere colonization of cotton by Bacillus subtilis GB03
WF Mahaffee, PA Backman
Phytopathology 83 (10), 1120-1125, 1993
Rapid measurement of the three-dimensional distribution of leaf orientation and the leaf angle probability density function using terrestrial LiDAR scanning
BN Bailey, WF Mahaffee
Remote Sensing of Environment 194, 63-76, 2017
Detection of Erysiphe necator in air samples using the polymerase chain reaction and species-specific primers
JS Falacy, GG Grove, WF Mahaffee, H Galloway, DA Glawe, RC Larsen, ...
Phytopathology 97 (10), 1290-1297, 2007
Development of a grower‐conducted inoculum detection assay for management of grape powdery mildew
LD Thiessen, JA Keune, TM Neill, WW Turechek, GG Grove, WF Mahaffee
Plant Pathology 65 (2), 238-249, 2016
Endophytic colonization of Phaseolus vulgaris by Pseudomonas fluorescens strain 89B-27 and Enterobacter asburiae strain JM22
WF Mahaffee
Improving Plant Productivity with Rhizobacteria, 1994
Development of management strategies for hop powdery mildew in the Pacific Northwest
WW Turechek, WF Mahaffee, CM Ocamb
Plant Health Progress 2 (1), 8, 2001
Compendium of hop diseases and pests.
WF Mahaffee, SJ Pethybridge, DH Gent
Compendium of hop diseases and pests., 2009
Comparative analysis of antibiotic resistance, immunofluorescent colony staining, and a transgenic marker (bioluminescence) for monitoring the environmental fate of rhizobacterium
WF Mahaffee, EM Bauske, JW van Vuurde, JM Van der Wolf, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 63 (4), 1617-1622, 1997
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