Paul David Esker
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The global burden of pathogens and pests on major food crops
S Savary, L Willocquet, SJ Pethybridge, P Esker, N McRoberts, A Nelson
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (3), 430-439, 2019
4662019
Soybean yield loss estimates due to diseases in the United States and Ontario, Canada, from 2010 to 2014
TW Allen, CA Bradley, AJ Sisson, E Byamukama, MI Chilvers, CM Coker, ...
Plant Health Progress 18 (1), 19-27, 2017
2252017
Disease assessment concepts and the advancements made in improving the accuracy and precision of plant disease data
FW Nutter, PD Esker, RAC Netto
European Journal of Plant Pathology 115 (1), 95-103, 2006
1322006
Meta-analysis of yield response of hybrid field corn to foliar fungicides in the US Corn Belt
PA Paul, LV Madden, CA Bradley, AE Robertson, GP Munkvold, G Shaner, ...
Phytopathology 101 (9), 1122-1132, 2011
1172011
Efficacy and stability of integrating fungicide and cultivar resistance to manage Fusarium head blight and deoxynivalenol in wheat
KT Willyerd, C Li, LV Madden, CA Bradley, GC Bergstrom, LE Sweets, ...
Plant Disease 96 (7), 957-967, 2012
1142012
Beyond yield: plant disease in the context of ecosystem services
MR Cheatham, MN Rouse, PD Esker, S Ignacio, W Pradel, R Raymundo, ...
Phytopathology 99 (11), 1228-1236, 2009
1032009
Plant pathogens as indicators of climate change
KA Garrett, M Nita, ED De Wolf, PD Esker, L Gomez-Montano, AH Sparks
Climate change, 499-513, 2021
972021
Genetic gain management interactions in soybean: I. Planting date
SC Rowntree, JJ Suhre, NH Weidenbenner, EW Wilson, VM Davis, ...
Crop Science 53 (3), 1128-1138, 2013
932013
Biology, yield loss and control of Sclerotinia stem rot of soybean
AJ Peltier, CA Bradley, MI Chilvers, DK Malvick, DS Mueller, KA Wise, ...
Journal of Integrated Pest Management 3 (2), B1-B7, 2012
932012
Quantitative review of fungicide efficacy trials for managing soybean rust in Brazil
H Scherm, RSC Christiano, PD Esker, EM Del Ponte, CV Godoy
Crop Protection 28 (9), 774-782, 2009
852009
Oomycete species associated with soybean seedlings in North America—Part I: Identification and pathogenicity characterization
J Alejandro Rojas, JL Jacobs, S Napieralski, B Karaj, CA Bradley, ...
Phytopathology 107 (3), 280-292, 2017
782017
The role of psychophysics in phytopathology: The Weber–Fechner law revisited
FW Nutter, PD Esker
European Journal of Plant Pathology 114 (2), 199-213, 2006
762006
Soybean yield partitioning changes revealed by genetic gain and seeding rate interactions
JJ Suhre, NH Weidenbenner, SC Rowntree, EW Wilson, SL Naeve, ...
Agronomy Journal 106 (5), 1631-1642, 2014
732014
Diseases of pyrethrum in Tasmania: challenges and prospects for management
SJ Pethybridge, FS Hay, PD Esker, DH Gent, CR Wilson, T Groom, ...
Plant Disease 92 (9), 1260-1272, 2008
612008
Oomycete species associated with soybean seedlings in North America—Part II: Diversity and ecology in relation to environmental and edaphic factors
JA Rojas, JL Jacobs, S Napieralski, B Karaj, CA Bradley, T Chase, ...
Phytopathology 107 (3), 293-304, 2017
572017
Probability of yield response and breaking even for soybean seed treatments
PD Esker, SP Conley
Crop science 52 (1), 351-359, 2012
562012
Spatiotemporal description of epidemics caused by Phoma ligulicola in Tasmanian pyrethrum fields
SJ Pethybridge, P Esker, F Hay, C Wilson, FW Nutter Jr
Phytopathology 95 (6), 648-658, 2005
532005
Meteorological factors and Asian soybean rust epidemics: a systems approach and implications for risk assessment
EM Del Ponte, PD Esker
Scientia Agricola 65 (SPE), 88-97, 2008
482008
Meta-analysis to determine the effects of plant disease management measures: review and case studies on soybean and apple
HK Ngugi, PD Esker, H Scherm
Phytopathology 101 (1), 31-41, 2011
472011
Physiological and phenological responses of historical soybean cultivar releases to earlier planting
SC Rowntree, JJ Suhre, NH Weidenbenner, EW Wilson, VM Davis, ...
Crop Science 54 (2), 804-816, 2014
462014
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