Claudia Nischwitz
Claudia Nischwitz
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Root-knot nematodes in golf course greens of the western United States
MA McClure, C Nischwitz, AM Skantar, ME Schmitt, SA Subbotin
Plant disease 96 (5), 635-647, 2012
First Report of Pantoea agglomerans Causing a Leaf Blight and Bulb Rot of Onions in Georgia
DG Edens, RD Gitaitis, FH Sanders, C Nischwitz
Plant Disease 90 (12), 1551-1551, 2006
Response of new field-resistant peanut cultivars to twin-row pattern or in-furrow applications of phorate for management of spotted wilt
AK Culbreath, BL Tillman, DW Gorbet, CC Holbrook, C Nischwitz
Plant disease 92 (9), 1307-1312, 2008
Phylogenetic Analysis of Iris yellow spot virus Isolates from Onion (Allium cepa) in Georgia (USA) and Peru
C Nischwitz, HR Pappu, SW Mullis, AN Sparks, DR Langston, AS Csinos, ...
Journal of Phytopathology 155 (9), 531-535, 2007
Host specialization of the mycoparasite Eudarluca caricis and its evolutionary relationship to Ampelomyces
C Nischwitz, G Newcombe, CL Anderson
Mycological Research 109 (4), 421-428, 2005
First report of Iris yellow spot virus in spiny sowthistle (Sonchus asper) in the United States
C Nischwitz, RD Gitaitis, SW Mullis, AS Csinos, DB Langston Jr, ...
Plant disease 91 (11), 1518-1518, 2007
Effect of Irrigation Type on Inoculum Density of Macrophomina phaseolina in Melon Fields in Arizona
C Nischwitz, M Olsen, S Rasmussen
Journal of Phytopathology 152 (3), 133-137, 2004
Phylogeny of the pecan scab fungus Fusicladium effusum G. Winter based on the cytochrome b gene sequence
M Seyran, C Nischwitz, KJ Lewis, RD Gitaitis, TB Brenneman, ...
Mycological progress 9, 305-308, 2010
Use of fatty acid methyl ester profiles to compare copper-tolerant and copper-sensitive strains of Pantoea ananatis
C Nischwitz, R Gitaitis, H Sanders, D Langston, B Mullinix, R Torrance, ...
Phytopathology 97 (10), 1298-1304, 2007
First Report of Onion (Allium cepa) Naturally Infected with Iris yellow spot virus in Peru
SW Mullis, RD Gitaitis, C Nischwitz, AS Csinos, ZC Rafael Mallaupoma, ...
Plant disease 90 (3), 377-377, 2006
Tospoviruses in solanaceae and other crops in the coastal plain of Georgia
S Brown, A Csinos, JC Díaz-Pérez, R Gitaitis, SS LaHue, J Lewis, ...
Coll. Agric. Environ. Sci. Univ. Ga. Res. Rep 704, 19, 2005
Effect of transplant age, tobacco cultivar, acibenzolar-S-methyl, and imidacloprid on tomato spotted wilt infection in flue-cured tobacco
C Nischwitz, AS Csinos, SW Mullis, LL Hickman, KL Stevenson, ...
Plant disease 92 (11), 1524-1528, 2008
First Report of Tomato spotted wilt virus in Soybean (Glycine max) in Georgia
C Nischwitz, SW Mullis, RD Gitaitis, AS Csinos
Plant Disease 90 (4), 524-524, 2006
First Report of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Causing ‘Twister Disease’ of Onion (Allium cepa) in Georgia
C Nischwitz, D Langston Jr, HF Sanders, R Torrance, KJ Lewis, ...
Plant disease 92 (6), 974-974, 2008
First Report of Powdery Mildew (Microsphaera palczewskii) on Siberian Pea Tree (Caragana arborescens) in North America
C Nischwitz, G Newcombe
Plant Disease 87 (4), 451-451, 2003
Geographical Distribution and Survival of Iris yellow spot virus in Spiny Sowthistle, Sonchus asper, in Georgia
C Nischwitz, R Srinivasan, S Sundaraj, SW Mullis, B McInnes, RD Gitaitis
Plant disease 96 (8), 1165-1171, 2012
First Report of a New Disease of Onion in Georgia Caused by a Nonfluorescent Pseudomonas Species
R Gitaitis, S Mullis, K Lewis, D Langston, AK Watson, H Sanders, ...
Plant Disease 96 (2), 285-285, 2012
Tospoviruses in Solanaceae and other crops in the coastal plain of Georgia
SW Mullis, PF Bertrand, SL Brown, AS Csinos, JC Díaz-Pérez, RD Gitaitis, ...
University of Georgia, 2009
First Report of Tomato spotted wilt virus in Leek (Allium porrum) in the United States
C Nischwitz, SW Mullis, RD Gitaitis, AS Csinos, SM Olson
Plant Disease 90 (4), 525-525, 2006
Effect of powdery mildew of pecan shucks on nut weight and quality and relevance to fungicide application
M Olsen, S Rasmussen, C Nischwitz
Crop Protection 22 (4), 679-682, 2003
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