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Insect Pests, Plant Diseases & Weeds Collection

  • ID: 4900636
  • Database
  • January 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 209 pages
  • Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing

This is a new thematic database of chapters bringing you comprehensive reviews of the latest research in crop science as 'bite sized' pieces of content and will enable you to efficiently access what's really going on in your specialist subject.

This collection includes 241 chapters that review advances in understanding and managing insect pests, diseases, weeds and other biotic threats to crop cultivation, including ways of improving integrated pest management (IPM) and integrated disease management.

This collection has a total of 241 chapters.

Some of the topics covered in the database include:

  • Understanding and Mitigating the Impact of Climate Change on Insect Pests and Food Security
  • Pathogens in Tropical Forests: Diversity and Management
  • Tools for Pest and Disease Management by Stakeholders: a Case Study on Plantwise
  • Advances in Detection and Management of Phosphine Resistance in Stored Grain Pests
  • Biologically Based Control Strategies for Managing Stored-Product Insect Pests
  • Decision-Support Systems for Pest Monitoring and Management
  • Diseases Affecting Ornamental Geophytes and Their Control
  • Advances in the Use of BT Genes in Insect-Resistant Crops
  • Development of Plant-Derived Compounds as Biopesticides
  • Implementing Biopesticides as Part of An Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Programme
  • Improving Regulatory Approval Processes for Biopesticides and Other New Biological Technologies in Agriculture
  • Peptides as Novel Biopesticides
  • Plant Growth-Promoting Bacteria (PGPBS) as Biocontrol Agents Against Invertebrate Pests
  • Possible Use of Allelochemicals in Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
  • Pest Management for Urban Agriculture
  • Fungal Diseases Affecting Barley
  • Integrated Disease Management of Barley
  • Insect Pest and Disease Management Practices and Benefits in Conservation Agriculture Systems: a Case of Push–Pull Practice
  • Weed Management Practices and Benefits in Conservation Agriculture Systems
  • Advances in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Citrus Cultivation
  • Agroecosystem Models for Delivering Ecosystem Services
  • Improving Crop Pest/Disease Modeling
  • Advances in Understanding and Managing Fungal and Other Diseases of Forest Trees
  • Biotechnology Applications for Integrated Pest Management

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  1. Understanding and Mitigating the Impact of Climate Change on Insect Pests and Food Security
  2. Pathogens in Tropical Forests: Diversity and Management
  3. Tools for Pest and Disease Management by Stakeholders: a Case Study on Plantwise
  4. Advances in Detection and Management of Phosphine Resistance in Stored Grain Pests
  5. Advances in Insect Pest Management in Postharvest Storage of Cereals: Detection and Monitoring
  6. Advances in Insect Pest Management in Postharvest Storage of Cereals: Novel Techniques
  7. Advances in Insect Pest Management in Postharvest Storage of Cereals: Use of Controlled Atmosphere and Temperature Control
  8. Advances in Post-Harvest Detection and Control of Fungal Contamination of Cereals
  9. Advances in Understanding Rodent Pests Affecting Cereal Grains
  10. Biologically Based Control Strategies for Managing Stored-Product Insect Pests
  11. Decision-Support Systems for Pest Monitoring and Management
  12. Diseases Affecting Ornamental Geophytes and Their Control
  13. Advances in the Use of BT Genes in Insect-Resistant Crops
  14. Advances in the Use of Entomopathogenic Bacteria/Microbial Control Agents (MCAS) as Biopesticides in Suppressing Crop Insect Pests
  15. Advances in the Use of Entomopathogenic Fungi as Biopesticides in Suppressing Crop Pests
  16. Advances in the Use of Entomopathogenic Nematodes (EPNS) as Biopesticides in Suppressing Crop Insect Pests
  17. Advances in the Use of Entomopathogenic Oomycetes as Biopesticides in Suppressing Crop Insect Pests
  18. Advances in the Use of Entomopathogenic Viruses as Biopesticides in Suppressing Crop Insect Pests
  19. Advances in the Use of Semiochemicals in Integrated Pest Management: Pheromones
  20. Development of Plant-Derived Compounds as Biopesticides
  21. Implementing Biopesticides as Part of An Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Programme
  22. Improving Methods for Developing New Microbial Biopesticides
  23. Improving Regulatory Approval Processes for Biopesticides and Other New Biological Technologies in Agriculture
  24. Peptides as Novel Biopesticides
  25. Plant Growth-Promoting Bacteria (PGPBS) as Biocontrol Agents Against Invertebrate Pests
  26. Possible Use of Allelochemicals in Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
  27. Pest Management for Urban Agriculture
  28. Fungal Diseases Affecting Barley
  29. Integrated Disease Management of Barley
  30. Integrated Weed Management in Barley Cultivation
  31. Insect Pest and Disease Management Practices and Benefits in Conservation Agriculture Systems: a Case of Push–Pull Practice
  32. Weed Management Practices and Benefits in Conservation Agriculture Systems
  33. Advances in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Citrus Cultivation
  34. Advances in Understanding the Ecology of Citrus Insect Pests
  35. Agroecosystem Models for Delivering Ecosystem Services
  36. Improving Crop Pest/Disease Modeling
  37. Advances in Understanding and Managing Fungal and Other Diseases of Forest Trees
  38. Advances in Understanding and Managing Insect Pests of Forest Trees
  39. Advances in Augmentative Biological Control in Integrated Pest Management
  40. Advances in Breeding Crops Resistant to Insect Pests: Rice as a Paradigm
  41. Advances in Classical Biological Control to Support IPM of Perennial Agricultural Crops
  42. Advances in Conservation Biological Control and Habitat Management for IPM
  43. Advances in Microbial Control in Integrated Pest Management: Entomopathogenic Fungi
  44. Advances in Microbial Control in IPM: Entomopathogenic Viruses
  45. Advances in Physical Control Methods in IPM
  46. Advances in Understanding Agroecosystems Ecology and Its Applications in Integrated Pest Management
  47. Advances in Understanding Species Ecology: Phenological and Life Cycle Modeling of Insect Pests
  48. Advances in Understanding the Ecology of Invasive Crop Insect Pests and Their Impact on IPM
  49. Advances in Use of Entomopathogenic Nematodes in Integrated Pest Management
  50. Biotechnology Applications for Integrated Pest Management
  51. Chemical Control in IPM Systems: Advances in Selective Pesticides and Application Systems
  52. Ecological Impacts of Pesticides and Their Mitigation Within IPM Systems
  53. Economic Assessment of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Implementation
  54. Foundations of An IPM Program: Detection, Identification, and Quantification
  55. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Greenhouse and Other Protected Environments
  56. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) of Nematodes
  57. Integrated Pest Management of Mites
  58. Monitoring and Minimizing Health Risks Related to Pesticides
  59. Peptide-Based Biopesticides
  60. Plant-Insect Interactions, Host-Plant Resistance, and Integrated Pest Management
  61. Robot-Enhanced Insect Pest Control: Reality or Fantasy?
  62. The Role and Use of Genetically Engineered Insect-Resistant Crops in Integrated Pest Management Systems
  63. The Synergism of Biocontrol and Plant Resistance: a Path to Advance IPM to Higher Levels of Integration
  64. Understanding Agroecosystems and Pest Management: from Chemical Control to Integrated Biodiversity Management
  65. Advances in Pest and Disease Management in Greenhouse Cultivation
  66. Advances in Understanding Insect Pests of Vegetables: a Case Study of Sweetpotato Weevil
  67. Apple Mosaic Virus: Biology, Epidemiology and Detection
  68. Apple Replant Disease: Causes and Management
  69. Biological Control in Integrated Management of Deciduous Fruit Insect Pests: the Use of Semiochemicals
  70. Breeding Fruit Cultivars With Durable Disease Resistance
  71. Brown Rot: Causes, Detection and Control of Monilinia Spp. Affecting Tree Fruit
  72. Cultural Control of Arthropod Pests in Temperate Tree Fruit
  73. Disease Monitoring and Decision Making in Integrated Fruit Disease Management
  74. Epidemiology and Management of Apple Scab
  75. Fungal Diseases of Fruit: Apple Canker in Asia
  76. Fungal Diseases of Fruit: Apple Cankers in Europe
  77. Improving Fungicide Use in Integrated Fruit Disease Management
  78. Improving Monitoring and Forecasting in Integrated Management of Fruit Arthropod Pests
  79. Improving Plant Propagation Methods for Fruit Disease Control
  80. Insect Pests of Fruit: Aphids
  81. Integrated Management of Mite Pests of Tree Fruit
  82. Integrated Management of Tortricid Pests of Tree Fruit
  83. Integrated Management of Tree Fruit Insect Pests: Drosophila Suzukii (Spotted Wing Drosophila)
  84. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Vegetables: Examples of Successful Deployment
  85. Optimizing Insecticide Use in Integrated Management of Fruit Insect Pests
  86. Plum Pox Virus: Detection and Management
  87. Powdery Mildew: Biology, Epidemiology, and Management of Podosphaera Spp. Of Tree Fruit
  88. Understanding and Monitoring Diseases of Vegetables
  89. Use of Biocontrol Agents in Fruit Tree Disease Management
  90. Integrated Disease Management in Tree Nut Cultivation
  91. Optimizing Disease Management in Fruit Cultivation
  92. Optimizing Pest Management in Fruit Cultivation
  93. The Use of Agricultural Robots in Weed Management and Control
  94. Modelling the Environmental Impacts of Pesticides in Agriculture
  95. Commercial Products Promoting Plant Health in African Agriculture
  96. Conserving and Exploiting Biodiversity in Crop Cultivation in Sub-Saharan Africa
  97. Disease Surveillance, Diagnostics and Germplasm Health in Crop Protection
  98. Identifying and Managing Plant Health Risks for Key African Crops: Banana and Plantain
  99. Identifying and Managing Plant Health Risks for Key African Crops: Cassava
  100. Identifying and Managing Plant Health Risks for Key African Crops: Fruit and Other Tree Crops
  101. Identifying and Managing Plant Health Risks for Key African Crops: Legumes
  102. Identifying and Managing Plant Health Risks for Key African Crops: Maize
  103. Identifying and Managing Plant Health Risks for Key African Crops: Vegetables
  104. Identifying and Managing Plant Health Risks for Key African Crops: Yams and Cocoyams
  105. Improving Plant Health in Sub-Saharan Africa: Conclusions and Future Challenges
  106. Introduction: Meeting Challenges in Plant Health in Sub-Saharan Africa
  107. Key Challenges in Plant Health in Sub-Saharan Africa: Stakeholder Priorities
  108. Making Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Work in Sub-Saharan Africa
  109. Viruses Affecting African Crops and Their Vectors
  110. Weeds Affecting Field Crops and Water Bodies in Sub-Saharan Africa
  111. Disease and Pest Management in Organic Farming: a Case for Applied Agroecology
  112. Integrated Weed Management in Organic Cropping Systems
  113. Precision Crop Protection Systems
  114. Precision Weed Management Systems
  115. Challenges and Prospects for Fungicidal Control of Wheat Diseases
  116. Developments in Diagnostic Techniques for Cereal Pathogens
  117. Diseases Affecting Wheat and Barley: Powdery Mildew
  118. Diseases Affecting Wheat and Barley: Rusts
  119. Diseases Affecting Wheat: Septoria Nodorum Blotch
  120. Diseases Affecting Wheat: Septoria Tritici Blotch
  121. Diseases Affecting Wheat: Wheat Blast
  122. A Lesser-Known Pathogen of Wheat: Bipolaris Sorokiniana
  123. Natural Antifungal Compounds for the Control of Diseases in Wheat and Other Cereals
  124. Occurrence and Avoidance of Fungicide Resistance in Cereal Diseases
  125. The Role of Crop Rotation, Intercropping and Tillage Practices for Foliar Disease Management of Wheat and Barley
  126. Trends in Exploring Wheat and Barley Germplasm for Novel Disease Resistance Traits
  127. Bacterial Diseases Affecting Potatoes
  128. Fungal Diseases Affecting Potato Storage
  129. Nematode Pests of Potatoes
  130. Non-Infectious Disorders Affecting Potatoes
  131. Potato Pest Management With Specific Reference to the Pacific Northwest (USA)
  132. Viruses Affecting Potatoes
  133. Advances in Pest- and Disease-Resistant Cocoa Varieties
  134. Cacao Diseases: Vascular-Streak Dieback
  135. Cocoa Diseases: Witches' Broom
  136. Frosty Pod Rot, Caused by Moniliophthora Roreri
  137. Improving Best Practice With Regard to Pesticide Use in Cocoa
  138. Insect Pests Affecting Cocoa
  139. Nematode Pests of Cocoa
  140. Biological Weed Control in Temperate Grasslands
  141. Fusarium Diseases: Biology and Management Perspectives
  142. Insect Pests and Their Management in Sorghum Cultivation
  143. Sorghum Diseases and Their Management in Cultivation: Seedling, Seed, Panicle and Foliar Diseases
  144. Sorghum Diseases and Their Management in Cultivation: Stalk, Root and Other Diseases
  145. Weed Management in Sorghum Cultivation
  146. Diseases Affecting Wheat: Tan Spot
  147. Diseases Affecting Barley: Net Blotches
  148. Advances in Disease-Resistant Oil Palm Varieties
  149. Diseases Affecting Oil Palm
  150. Fungal Diseases Affecting Oil Palm
  151. Insect Pests Affecting Oil Palms
  152. The Integrated Management of Bud Rot Disease and Phytophthora Palmivora in Oil Palm
  153. Integrated Pest Management in Sustainable Palm Oil Production
  154. Developing Pest- and Disease-Resistant Cultivars of Grain Legumes
  155. Diseases Affecting Grain Legumes and Their Management
  156. Insect Pests and Integrated Pest Management Techniques in Grain Legume Cultivation
  157. Weed Management in Grain Legume Cultivation
  158. Ensuring Biosecurity in Sugarcane Cultivation
  159. Integrated Disease Management Strategies in Sugarcane Cultivation
  160. Integrated Weed Management in Sugarcane Cultivation
  161. Progress in Understanding and Managing Insect Pests Affecting Sugarcane
  162. Progress in Understanding Fungal Diseases Affecting Sugarcane: Red Rot
  163. Progress in Understanding Fungal Diseases Affecting Sugarcane: Rusts
  164. Progress in Understanding Fungal Diseases Affecting Sugarcane: Smut
  165. Progress in Understanding Viruses Affecting Sugarcane
  166. Recent Progress in Understanding Three Major Bacterial Diseases of Sugarcane: Gumming, Leaf Scald and Ratoon Stunting
  167. Viral Metagenomics and Sugarcane Pathogens
  168. Diseases Affecting Tea Plants
  169. Insect Pests of Tea: Caterpillars and Other Seasonal, Occasional and Minor Pests
  170. Insect Pests of Tea: Shot Hole Borers, Termites and Nematodes
  171. Integrated Pest Management of Insect, Nematode and Mite Pests of Tea
  172. Advances in Disease-Resistant Varieties of Soybean
  173. Advances in Pest-Resistant Varieties of Soybean
  174. Bacterial and Viral Diseases Affecting Soybean Production
  175. Integrated Weed Management in Soybean Cultivation
  176. Key Factors Limiting Sustainable Insect Pest Management in Soybeans
  177. Nematode Pathogens of Soybean
  178. Oomycete and Fungal Pathogens of Soybean
  179. Diseases Affecting Barley: Scald
  180. Managing the Soil Biological Community to Improve Soil Health and Reduce Losses from Nematode Pests
  181. Integrated Disease Management in Mango Cultivation
  182. Integrated Pest Management and Biological Pest Control Strategies in Mango Cultivation
  183. Assessing and Minimizing the Environmental Effects of Herbicides
  184. Bio-Herbicides: An Overview
  185. Cultural Techniques to Manage Weeds
  186. Developments in Physical Weed Control
  187. Ethical Issues in Integrated Weed Management
  188. Flame Weeding Techniques
  189. Invasive Weed Species and Their Effects
  190. Key Issues and Challenges of Integrated Weed Management
  191. Site-Specific Weed Management
  192. Soil Solarization: a Sustainable Method
  193. Surveillance and Monitoring of Weed Populations
  194. The Role of Herbicide-Resistant Crops in Integrated Weed Management
  195. The Use of Allelopathy and Competitive Crop Cultivars for Weed Suppression in Cereal Crops
  196. The Use of Bacteria in Integrated Weed Management
  197. The Use of Rotations and Cover Crops to Manage Weeds
  198. Trends in the Development of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds
  199. The Use of Insects in Integrated Weed Management
  200. The Use of Microorganisms in Integrated Weed Management
  201. Weed Ecology and Population Dynamics
  202. Weed Management in Organic Crop Cultivation
  203. Weed-Plant Interactions
  204. Diseases Affecting Cassava
  205. Integrated Management of Arthropod Pests of Cassava: the Case of Southeast Asia
  206. Weed Control in Cassava Cropping Systems
  207. Control of Rodent Pests in Maize Cultivation: the Case of Africa
  208. Economically Important Insect Pests of Maize
  209. Nematodes Associated With Maize
  210. Advances in Control of Wheat Rust
  211. The Impact of Climate Change on Wheat Insect Pests: Current Knowledge and Future Trends
  212. Integrated Pest Management in Wheat Cultivation
  213. Wheat Pests: Insects, Mites, and Prospects for the Future
  214. Wheat Pests: Introduction, Rodents and Nematodes
  215. Bacterial Diseases Affecting Apples
  216. Advances in Pest- and Disease-Resistant Apple Varieties
  217. Sustainable Arthropod Management for Apples
  218. Control of Rodent Pests in Rice Cultivation
  219. Integrated Pest Management for Sustainable Rice Cultivation: a Holistic Approach
  220. Management of Rice Insect Pests
  221. Rice Insect Pests: Biology and Ecology
  222. Genetic Resistance to Viruses in Tomato
  223. Integrated Pest Management in Tomato Cultivation
  224. Bio-Ecology of Major Insect and Mite Pests of Tomato Crops in the Tropics
  225. Developing Disease-Resistant Tomato Varieties
  226. Sustainable Approaches to Control Postharvest Diseases of Apples
  227. Insect-Transmitted Viral Diseases Infecting Tomato Crops
  228. Rapid Response to Disease Outbreaks in Maize Cultivation: the Case of Maize Lethal Necrosis
  229. Integrated Weed Management in Maize Cultivation: An Overview
  230. Weed Management of Maize Grown Under Temperate Conditions: the Case of Europe and the United States
  231. Plant Protection Products in Rice Cultivation: Critical Issues in Risk Assessment and Management to Promote Sustainable Use
  232. Integrated Weed Management Techniques for Rice
  233. Management of Viruses and Virus-Like Agents Affecting Apple Production
  234. Advances in Control of Wheat Diseases: Fusarium Head Blight, Wheat Blast and Powdery Mildew
  235. Advances in Disease-Resistant Wheat Varieties
  236. Integrated Weed Management in Tomato Cultivation
  237. Integrated Weed Management in Wheat Cultivation
  238. Integrated Wheat Disease Management
  239. Pre- and Postharvest Fungal Apple Diseases
  240. Recent Molecular Technologies for Tackling Wheat Diseases
  241. Wheat Diseases: An Overview
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  • Kayode David Ileke, Federal University of Technology – Akure, Nigeria; Luke Chinaru Nwosu and Maduamaka Cyriacus Abajue, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
  • Steve Woodward, University of Aberdeen, UK; and H. Tuğba Doğmuş, Isparta University of Applied Sciences, Turkey
  • Washington Otieno, Willis Ochilo and Lorna Migiro, CAB International, Kenya; and Wade Jenner and Ulrich Kuhlmann, CAB International, Switzerland
  • David Schlipalius and Paul Ebert, University of Queensland, Australia
  • Paul Fields, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada; Fuji Jian, University of Manitoba, Canada; and Dianxuan Wang, Henan University of Technology, China
  • Peter Follett, USDA-ARS, USA; Georgios Akepsimaidis and Nicolas Meneses, Bühler AG, Switzerland; and Matthew Murdoch and Heidi Kotilainen, Bühler UK Limited, UK
  • Shlomo Navarro and Hagit Navarro, Green Storage Ltd., Israel
  • Naresh Magan, Esther Garcia-Cela, Carol Verheecke-Vaessen and Angel Medina, Cranfield University, UK
  • Peter R. Brown, CSIRO Health and Biosecurity, Australia; Grant R. Singleton, International Rice Research Institute, The Philippines; Steven R. Belmain, Natural Resources Institute (NRI) – University of Greenwich, UK; Nyo Me Htwe, Plant Protection Division – Myanma Agriculture Service, Myanmar; Loth Mulungu, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania; Mashaka Mdangi, Ministry of Agriculture, Tanzania; and Regino Cavia, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Benjamin Fürstenau and Garnet Marlen Kroos, Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI), Germany
  • B. Sailaja, Ch. Padmavathi, D. Krishnaveni, G. Katti, D. Subrahmanyam, M. S. Prasad, S. Gayatri and S. R. Voleti, ICAR-Indian Institute of Rice Research, India
  • Gary A. Chastagner and Andrea R. Garfinkel, Washington State University, USA
  • Salvatore Arpaia, ENEA Research Centre Trisaia-Rotondella (MT), Italy
  • Tejas Rao and Juan Luis Jurat-Fuentes, University of Tennessee, USA
  • Enrique Quesada-Moraga, Meelad Yousef-Naef and Inmaculada Garrido-Jurado, University of Córdoba, Spain
  • Albrecht M. Koppenhöfer, Rutgers University, USA; David I. Shapiro-Ilan, USDA-ARS, USA; and Ivan Hiltpold, University of Delaware, USA
  • Aurélien Tartar, Nova Southeastern University, USA
  • Martin Erlandson, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada
  • Gadi V. P. Reddy, USDA-ARS, Southern Insect Management Research Unit, USA; Anamika Sharma, Montana State University, USA; and Angel Guerrero, Institute of Advanced Chemistry of Catalonia-CSIC, Spain
  • Barbara Thuerig and Lucius Tamm, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Switzerland
  • József Kiss, Szent István University, Hungary; and Marc Delos, Académie d’Agriculture de France, France
  • Susan Boyetchko, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada
  • Wyn Grant, University of Warwick, UK; and Roma Gwynn, Biorationale, UK
  • Lin Bao, Robert M. Kennedy, Kyle Schneider, Alvar Carlson and Andy Renz, Vestaron Corporation, USA
  • Luca Ruiu, Università degli Studi di Sassari, Italy
  • Toby Bruce, Keele University, UK
  • Giovanni G. Bazzocchi, University of Bologna, Italy
  • Robert S. Brueggeman, Shyam Solanki, Gazala Ameen and Karl Effertz, Washington State University, USA; Roshan Sharma Poudel, North Dakota State University, USA; and Aziz Karakaya, Ankara University, Turkey
  • Adrian C. Newton, James Hutton Institute and SRUC, UK; and Henry E. Creissen, Neil D. Havis, and Fiona J. Burnett, SRUC, UK
  • Michael Widderick, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Australia
  • Z. R. Khan, International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe), Kenya; A. W. Murage, Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization (KALRO), Kenya; and J. O. Pittchar and C. A. O. Midega, International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe), Kenya
  • Gottlieb Basch and Fernando Teixeira, University of Évora, Portugal; and Sjoerd W. Duiker, Penn State University, USA
  • Lukasz Stelinski, University of Florida, USA
  • Robert W. Jones, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico; Pablo Liedo, Departamento de Entomología, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Mexico; and Santiago Vergara-Pineda, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico
  • Jerry L. Hatfield, Christian Dold, Erica J. Kistner-Thomas and Kenneth M. Wacha, USDA-ARS, USA
  • J. M. Fernandes, Embrapa/Universidade de Passo Fundo, Brazil; W. Pavan, Universidade de Passo Fundo, Brazil; D. Pequeno, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), Mexico; R. Wiest, Instituto Federal Sul-Rio-grandense (IFSUL), Brazil; C. A. Holbig and F. Oliveira, Universidade de Passo Fundo, Brazil; and G. Hoogenboom, University of Florida-Gainesville, USA
  • Tod Ramsfield, Natural Resources Canada, Canada; and Kathy Lewis, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
  • Barbara Bentz, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USA; Pierluigi Bonello, The Ohio State University, USA; Horst Delb, Forest Research Institute of Baden-Württemberg, Germany; Christopher Fettig, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, USA; Therese Poland, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station, USA; Deepa Pureswaran, Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre, Canada; and Steven Seybold, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, USA
  • Joop C. van Lenteren, Wageningen University, The Netherlands; and Vanda H. P. Bueno, Federal University of Lavras, Brazil
  • E. A. Heinrichs and John E. Foster, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
  • Ivan Milosavljević and Mark S. Hoddle, University of California-Riverside, USA
  • Prisila A. Mkenda, Charles Sturt University, Australia and The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology, Tanzania; Sunita Pandey and Anne C. Johnson, Charles Sturt University, Australia and Graham Centre, Australia; and Geoff M. Gurr, Charles Sturt University, Australia, Graham Centre, Australia and Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University and Ministry of Education, China
  • Travis Glare and Aimee McKinnon, Lincoln University, New Zealand; Roma Gwynn, Rationale, UK; and Michael Brownbridge, Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, Canada
  • Sean Moore, Citrus Research International and Rhodes University, South Africa; and Michael Jukes, Rhodes University, South Africa
  • Charles Vincent, Agriculture Agri-Food Canada Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Canada; Guy Hallman, Phytosanitation, Oceanside, USA; Phyllis Weintraub, Gilat Research Center, Israel; and Francis Fleurat-Lessard, Gradignan, France
  • Casey Hoy, Ohio State University, USA
  • Leonard Coop and Brittany S. Barker, Oregon State University, USA
  • Robert Venette, USDA Forest Service, USA; and Amy Morey, University of Minnesota, USA
  • David Shapiro-Ilan, USDA-ARS, USA; Selcuk Hazir, Adnan Menderes University, Turkey; and Itamar Glazer, Volcani Center, Israel
  • Ruth Mbabazi and Karim Maredia, Michigan State University, USA
  • Graham Matthews, Imperial College London, UK
  • Linda J. Thomson and Ary A. Hoffmann, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • George B. Frisvold, University of Arizona, USA
  • Michael E. Irwin, University of Illinois, USA; and Wendy Moore, University of Arizona, USA
  • Margaret Skinner, Cheryl Frank Sullivan and Bruce L. Parker, University of Vermont, USA
  • Hendrika Fourie and Dirk De Waele, North-West University, South Africa
  • Oscar E. Liburd, Lorena Lopez, Daniel Carrillo, Alexandra M. Revynthi and Omotola Olaniyi, University of Florida, USA; and Rana Akyazi, Ordu University, Turkey
  • Keith Tyrell, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK), UK; Sheila Willis, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK), UK and University of Cape Town, South Africa; Stephanie Williamson, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK), UK; Davo Simplice Vodouhe, Organisation Béninoise pour la Promotion de l’Agriculture Biologique (OBEPAB) and Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Benin; and Anthony Youdeowei, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) and University of Greenwich, UK
  • Shireen Davies, Rob Liskamp and Julian Dow, University of Glasgow, UK
  • Michael J. Stout, Louisiana State University Agricultural Centre, USA
  • Linton Winder, The BHU Future Farming Centre, New Zealand; and Rory Flemmer, Junior Enterprises, New Zealand
  • Steven E. Naranjo and Richard L. Hellmich, USDA-ARS, USA; Jörg Romeis, Agroscope, Switzerland; Anthony M. Shelton, Cornell University, USA; and Ana M. Vélez, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
  • Marcos Kogan, Oregon State University, USA
  • Keizi Kiritani, formerly National Institute of Agro-Environmental Sciences, Japan
  • Gerben J. Messelink and H. Marjolein Kruidhof, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands
  • Kenneth Sorensen, North Carolina State University, USA
  • Karel Petrzik, Biology Centre CAS, Czech Republic
  • Zhiquan Mao and Yanfang Wang, Shandong Agricultural University, China
  • Larry Gut, Christopher Adams and James Miller, Michigan State University, USA; and Peter McGhee and Donald Thomson, Pacific Biocontrol Corporation, USA
  • Vincent G. M. Bus and Joanna K. Bowen, The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited, New Zealand; Andrea Patocchi, Agroscope, Switzerland; Giovanni A. L. Broggini, ETH Zürich, Switzerland; Satish Kumar, The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited, New Zealand; and François N. D. Laurens, Institut National de Recherche Agronomique, France
  • Imre Holb, University of Debrecen and Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
  • Matthew J. Grieshop, Michigan State University, USA
  • Angela Berrie, NIAB EMR, UK
  • Tom Passey and Xiangming Xu, NIAB EMR, UK
  • Baohua Li, Qingdao Agricultural University, China
  • Robert Saville and Leone Olivieri, NIAB EMR, UK
  • Mengjun Hu, University of Maryland, USA
  • Tim Belien, Proefcentrum Fruitteelt VZW, Belgium; Slawomir Lux, inSilico-IPM, Poland; Bart De Ketelaere, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; and Dany Bylemans, Proefcentrum Fruitteelt VZW, Belgium
  • Ioannis Tzanetakis, University of Arkansas, USA; and Robert Martin, USDA-ARS, USA
  • Giuseppe E. Massimino Cocuzza, Università di Catania, Italy
  • Rebecca A. Schmidt-Jeffris, Clemson University, USA; Elizabeth H. Beers, Washington State University, USA; and Carlo Duso, University of Padua, Italy
  • Alan L. Knight, USDA-ARS, USA; Gary J. R. Judd, Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, Canada; Todd Gilligan, USDA-APHIS-PPQ, USA; Eduardo Fuentes-Contreras, Universidad de Talca, Chile; and William B. Walker III, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
  • Neil Audsley, Fera Science Ltd, UK; and Lorenzo Tonina and Nicola Mori, University of Padova, Italy
  • Joshua Freeman, University of Florida, USA
  • Claudio Ioriatti and Gino Angeli, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy; Greg Krawczyk, The Pennsylvania State University, USA; and Carlo Duso, University of Padova, Italy
  • Manuel Rubio, Federico Dicenta and Pedro Martínez-Gómez, CEBAS-CSIC, Spain
  • A. Amiri and L. Gañán, Washington State University, USA
  • Mohammad Babadoost, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA
  • Jürgen Köhl, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands
  • Andrea Vannini and Carmen Morales-Rodríguez, Department for Innovation in Biological, Agro-food and Forest systems (DIBAF) – University of Tuscia, Italy
  • Sara M. Villani, North Carolina State University, USA; Kerik D. Cox, Cornell University, USA; and George W. Sundin, Michigan State University, USA
  • Arthur Agnello, Cornell University, USA
  • Brian Steward, Jingyao Gai, and Lie Tang, Iowa State University, USA
  • Peter Fantke, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
  • Frederick Schreurs and Ranajit Bandyopadhyay, IITA, Nigeria; Christiaan Kooyman, IITA, Kenya; Alejandro Ortega-Beltran and Adebowale Akande, IITA, Nigeria; Matieyedou Konlambigue, IITA, Ghana; and Niels Van den Bosch, IITA, Nigeria
  • Georg Goergen and Peter Neuenschwander, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin; and Danny Coyne, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Kenya
  • P. Lava Kumar, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; James P. Legg, IITA, Tanzania; Maria Ayodele, IITA, Nigeria; George Mahuku, IITA, Tanzania; and Alejandro Ortega-Beltran and Ranajit Bandyopadhyay, IITA, Nigeria
  • Stefan Hauser, IITA, Nigeria; Clifford Gold, Nevada City, USA; Cornelia Pasberg-Gauhl and Friedhelm Gauhl, FG-Inter-Agro-Consult KG, Austria; Juliet Akello, IITA, Zambia; Kim Jacobsen, Royal Museum for Central Africa, Belgium; Lindsey Norgrove, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; Daniel Coyne, IITA, Kenya; P. Lava Kumar, IITA, Nigeria; George Mahuku, Manoj Kaushal, IITA, Tanzania; Valentine Nakato, IITA, Uganda; and Leena Tripathi and Jaindra Tripathi, IITA, Kenya
  • Muaka Toko and Peter Neuenschwander, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin; J. Steve Yaninek, Purdue University, USA; Alejandro Ortega-Beltran, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; André Fanou and Victor Zinsou, Université de Parakou, Benin; Kerstin D. Wydra, Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Rachid Hanna and Appolin Fotso, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Cameroon; and Ouorou Douro-Kpindou, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin
  • Peter Neuenschwander and Désiré Gnanvossou, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin; Stefan Hauser, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; Georg Goergen, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin; Rachid Hanna, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Cameroon; Lindsey Norgrove, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; and Koffi Negloh and Cyriaque Agboton, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin
  • Manuele Tamò, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Bénin; Léonard Afouda, Université de Parakou, Bénin; Ranajit Bandyopadhyay, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; Harry Bottenberg, United States Agency for International Development, USA; Laura Cortada-Gonzales, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Kenya; Harun Murithi, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Tanzania; Alejandro Ortega-Beltran, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; Barry Pittendrigh, Michigan State University, USA; Rachidatou Sikirou, Institut National des Recherches Agricoles au Bénin, Bénin; Abou Togola, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; and Kerstin D. Wydra, Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • Ranajit Bandyopadhyay, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; Kitty F. Cardwell, Oklahoma State University, USA; Alejandro Ortega-Beltran, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; Fritz Schulthess, Rheinstrasse 160, Switzerland; William Meikle, USDA-ARS, USA; Mamoudou Sétamou, Texas A&M University, USA; and Peter J. Cotty, USDA-ARS, USA
  • Ignace Godonou, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and Catholic University of West Africa, Benin; May-Guri Sӕthre, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; Ghislain Tepa-Yotto, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and Université Nationale d’Agriculture, Benin; Désiré Gnanvossou and Ouorou Douro- Kpindou, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin; and Danny Coyne, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Kenya
  • Babatima Djana Mignouna, IITA, Benin; P. Lava Kumar, IITA, Nigeria; Danny Coyne, IITA, Kenya; and Ranajit Bandyopadhyay, Alejandro Ortega-Beltran, Ranjana Bhattacharjee and David De Koeyer, IITA, Nigeria
  • Peter Neuenschwander and Manuele Tamò, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin; and May-Guri Sæthre, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria
  • Peter Neuenschwander and Manuele Tamò, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Benin
  • Kenton Dashiell, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria
  • Danny Coyne, IITA, Kenya; Michael Abberton, IITA, Nigeria; Sounkoura Adetonah, IITA, Bénin; Maria Ayodele, IITA, Nigeria; Laura Cortada-Gonzales, IITA, Kenya; Brice Gbaguidi, IITA, Bénin; Stefan Hauser and P. Lava Kumar, IITA, Nigeria; Peter Neuenschwander, IITA, Bénin; Marc Schut, Wageningen University, The Netherlands; Manuele Tamò, IITA, Bénin; and Abou Togola, IITA, Nigeria
  • James P. Legg, IITA, Tanzania; P. Lava Kumar, IITA, Nigeria; George Mahuku, IITA, Tanzania; Everlyne Wosula, IITA, Tanzania; Livia Stavolone, IITA, Nigeria; Eugene Terry, New Markets Lab, USA; and Nilsa Bosque-Pérez, University of Idaho, USA
  • David Chikoye, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Zambia; Friday Ekeleme, Stefan Hauser, Abebe Menkir and Alpha Y. Kamara, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria; Peter Neuenschwander and Obinna Ajuonu, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Bénin; and Hakeem A. Ajeigbe, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Nigeria
  • M. R. Finckh, S. M. Junge, J. H. Schmidt and O. D. Weedon, Universität Kassel, Germany
  • Paolo Bàrberi, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
  • E. C. Oerke, University of Bonn, Germany
  • Roland Gerhards, University of Hohenheim, Germany
  • R. J. Bryson and H-D. Brix, BASF SE, Germany
  • Sadia Iqbal and Michael G. K. Jones, Western Australian State Agricultural Biotechnology Centre - Murdoch University, Australia
  • Javier Sánchez-Martín, Salim Bourras and Beat Keller, University of Zürich, Switzerland
  • R. F. Park, University of Sydney, Australia
  • A. K. Ruud and M. Lillemo, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
  • S. B. Goodwin, USDA-ARS, USA
  • J. L. N. Maciel, Embrapa Wheat, Brazil
  • E. Hill and P. Solomon, The Australian National University, Australia
  • A. Schouten, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
  • Lise Nistrup Jørgensen, Aarhus University, Denmark; Richard Peter Oliver, Curtin University, Australia; and Thies Marten Heick, Aarhus University, Denmark
  • T. K. Turkington, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada; K. Xi, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, Canada; and H. R. Kutcher, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Sambasivam Periyannan, Australian National University, Australia; and Lee Hickey, University of Queensland, Australia
  • M. Jennifer Sjölund, Rachel Kelly, Gerry S. Saddler and David M. Kenyon, Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA), UK
  • A. Lees, The James Hutton Institute, UK
  • Kim Davie and Jon Pickup, Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA), UK
  • Andrew P. Robinson, North Dakota State University and University of Minnesota, USA
  • Stuart Reitz, Oregon State University, USA
  • Colin Jeffries and Christophe Lacomme, Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA), UK
  • Christian Cilas and Olivier Sounigo, CIRAD, France; Bruno Efombagn and Salomon Nyassé, Institute of Agricultural Research for Development (IRAD), Cameroon; Mathias Tahi, CNRA, Côte d’Ivoire; and Sarah M. Bharath, Meridian Cacao, USA
  • David I. Guest, University of Sydney, Australia; and Philip J. Keane, LaTrobe University, Australia
  • Jorge Teodoro De Souza, Federal University of Lavras, Brazil; Fernando Pereira Monteiro, Federal University of Lavras and UNIVAG Centro Universitário, Brazil; Maria Alves Ferreira, Federal University of Lavras, Brazil; and Karina Peres Gramacho and Edna Dora Martins Newman Luz, Comissão Executiva do Plano da Lavoura Cacaueira (CEPLAC), Brazil
  • Ulrike Krauss, Palm Integrated Services and Solutions (PISS) Ltd., Costa Rica
  • M. A. Rutherford, J. Crozier and J. Flood, CABI, UK; and S. Sastroutomo, CABI-SEA, Malaysia
  • Leïla Bagny Beilhe, Régis Babin and Martijn ten Hoopen, CIRAD, France
  • Samuel Orisajo, Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria, Nigeria
  • Graeme W. Bourdôt and Michael G. Cripps, AgResearch Limited, New Zealand
  • Edward C. Rojas, Hans J. L. Jørgensen, Birgit Jensen and David B. Collinge, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Bonnie B. Pendleton, West Texas A&M University, USA
  • C. R. Little and A. Y. Bandara, Kansas State University, USA; and R. Perumal, Agricultural Research Center – Hays, USA
  • C. R. Little, A. Y. Bandara and T. C. Todd, Kansas State University, USA; and R. Perumal, Agricultural Research Center – Hays, USA
  • M. Bagavathiannan, Texas A&M University, USA; W. Everman, North Carolina State University, USA; P. Govindasamy, Texas A&M University, USA; A. Dille and M. Jugulam, Kansas State University, USA; and J. Norsworthy, University of Arkansas, USA
  • C. S. Moffat, Curtin University, Australia; and F. M. Santana, Embrapa Trigo, Brazil
  • Simon R. Ellwood, Curtin University, Australia; and Hugh Wallwork, South Australian Research and Development Institute, Australia
  • Tristan Durand-Gasselin, Benoît Cochard and Hubert de Franqueville, PalmElit–CIRAD, France
  • Elizabeth Alvarez, CIAT, Colombia
  • Tan Joon Sheong, Lee Yang Ping and Sharifah Shahrul Rabiah Syed Alwee, FELDA Global Ventures Research and Development, Malaysia; Létizia Camus-Kulandaivelu, Maxime Mercière, Alba Zaremski and Frédéric Breton, CIRAD, France; and Christophe Klopp, INRA, France
  • Laurence Beaudoin-Ollivier, Université de Montpellier and CIRAD Montpellier, France
  • Gerardo Martínez, José I. Sanz, Gabriel Torres, Greicy Sarria, Diana Velez, Franky Zuñiga, Yuri Mestizo and Francia Varón, Colombian Oil Palm Research Center – Cenipalma, Columbia
  • Edgar Clive Turner and Julie Hinsch, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Diego Rubiales, Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Spain
  • Keith Thomas, University of Sunderland, UK
  • Tolulope A. Agunbiade, Yale University, USA; Weilin Sun, Michigan State University, USA; Brad S. Coates, USDA-ARS, USA; Fousséni Traore, Institut de l ’ Environnement et de Recherches Agricoles, Burkina Faso; James A. Ojo, Kwara State University, Nigeria; Anne N. Lutomia, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; Julia Bello-Bravo, Michigan State University, USA; Saber Miresmailli, Ecoation Innovative Solutions Inc., Canada; Joseph E. Huesing, USAID, USA; Michael Agyekum, Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, Michigan State University, USA; Manuele Tamò , International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Benin; and Barry R. Pittendrigh, Michigan State University, USA
  • Don W. Morishita, University of Idaho, USA
  • Nicole Thompson, Sugar Research Australia, Australia
  • Jack C. Comstock and Sushma G. Sood, USDA-ARS, USA
  • Calvin Odero, University of Florida, USA
  • François-Régis Goebel, CIRAD, France; Julien M. Beuzelin, University of Florida, USA; and Mike J. Way , South African Sugarcane Research Institute (SASRI), South Africa
  • R. Viswanathan, A. Ramesh Sundar, R. Selvakumar and P. Malathi, ICAR-Sugarcane Breeding Institute, India
  • R. Stuart Rutherford, South African Sugarcane Research Institute (SASRI) and University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  • Claudia B. Monteiro Vitorello, Patricia Dayane Carvalho Schaker, Juliana Benevenuto, Natália de Sousa Teixeira e Silva and Sintia Silva de Almeida , University of São Paulo, Brazil
  • Kathy Braithwaite, Sugar Research Australia, Australia
  • Monique Royer, Isabelle Pieretti, and Stéphane Cociancich, CIRAD, France; and Philippe Rott, University of Florida, USA
  • Philippe Roumagnac, CIRAD, France; Dimitre Mollov, USDA-ARS, USA; and Jean-Heinrich Daugrois and Denis Filloux, CIRAD, France
  • G. D. Sinniah, Tea Research Institute, Sri Lanka
  • Nalini C. Gnanapragasam, Former Deputy Director (Research), Tea Research Institute, Sri Lanka; currently Agricultural Tea Consultant - Malwatte Valley Plantations PLC, Sri Lanka
  • Nalini C. Gnanapragasam, Former Deputy Director (Research), Tea Research Institute, Sri Lanka; currently Agricultural Tea Consultant - Malwatte Valley Plantations PLC, Sri Lanka
  • Nalini C. Gnanapragasam, Former Deputy Director (Research), Tea Research Institute, Sri Lanka; currently Agricultural Tea Consultant - Malwatte Valley Plantations PLC, Sri Lanka
  • David R. Walker, USDA-ARS, USA
  • Shichen Zhang and Dechun Wang, Michigan State University, USA
  • Glen Hartman, ARS-USDA and University of Illinois, USA
  • Bob Hartzler, Iowa State University, USA
  • M. E. O'Neal, Iowa State University, USA and R. Cox, EarthEmpower Consulting and Investment, Mexico
  • T. L. Niblack and H. D. Lopez-Nicora, The Ohio State University, USA
  • Anne E. Dorrance, The Ohio State University, USA
  • Wolfgang Knogge, Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Germany
  • Graham R. Stirling, Biological Crop Protection Pty Ltd, Australia
  • Randy C. Ploetz, University of Florida, USA
  • Stefano De Faveri, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Australia
  • Christopher  Preston, University of Adelaide, Australia
  • Erin N. Rosskopf, USDA-ARS, United States Horticultural Laboratory, USA; Raghavan Charudattan, BioProdex Inc., USA; and William Bruckart, USDA-ARS, Foreign Disease-Weed Science Research Unit, USA
  • Matt Liebman, Iowa State University, USA
  • Eric R. Gallandt, University of Maine, USA; Daniel Brainard, Michigan State University, USA; and Bryan Brown, University of Maine, USA
  • Robert L. Zimdahl, Colorado State University, USA
  • Stevan Z. Knezevic, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
  • David R. Clements, Trinity Western University, Canada
  • C. J. Swanton and T. Valente, University of Guelph, Canada
  • S. A. Clay and S. A. Bruggeman, South Dakota State University, USA
  • Baruch Rubin, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; and Abraham Gamliel, The Volcani Center, Israel
  • Anita Dille, Kansas State University, USA
  • Prashant Jha, Montana State University, USA; and Krishna N Reddy, USDA-ARS, USA
  • James M. Mwendwa, Charles Sturt University, Australia; Jeffrey D. Weidenhamer, Ashland University, USA; and Leslie A. Weston, Charles Sturt University, Australia
  • Ann C. Kennedy, USDA-ARS and Washington State University, USA
  • John R. Teasdale, ARS-USDA, USA
  • Ian Heap, International Survey of Herbicide-resistant Weeds, USA
  • Sandrine Petit and David A. Bohan, UMR Agroécologie, AgroSup Dijon, INRA, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
  • Susan M. Boyetchko, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada , Canada
  • Adam S. Davis, USDA-ARS, USA
  • Greta Gramig, North Dakota State University, USA
  • Bruce Maxwell, Montana State University, USA
  • James Legg, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Tanzania; and Elizabeth Alvarez, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Colombia
  • Ignazio Graziosi and Kris A.G. Wyckhuys, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Vietnam
  • S. Hauser and F. Ekeleme, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria
  • Loth S. Mulungu, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania
  • William D. Hutchison and Theresa M. Cira , University of Minnesota, USA
  • T. L. Niblack, The Ohio State University, USA
  • Z. A. Pretorius, University of the Free State, South Africa; M. Ayliffe, CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Australia; R. L. Bowden, ARS-USDA, USA; L. A. Boyd, National Institute of Agricultural Botany, UK; R. M. DePauw, Advancing Wheat Technologies, Canada; Y. Jin, ARS-USDA Cereal Disease Laboratory, USA; R. E. Knox, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; R. A. McIntosh and R. F. Park, University of Sydney, Australia; R. Prins, CenGen and University of the Free State, South Africa; and E. S. Lagudah, CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Australia
  • Sanford D. Eigenbrode, University of Idaho, USA; and Sarina Macfadyen, CSIRO, Australia
  • Abie Horrocks and Melanie Davidson, The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited, New Zealand; and Paul Horne and Jessica Page, IPM Technologies Pty Limited, Australia
  • Marion O. Harris and Kirk Anderson, North Dakota State University, USA; Mustapha El-Bouhssini, ICARDA, Morocco; Frank Peairs, Colorado State University, USA; Gary Hein, University of Nebraska, USA; and Steven Xu, USDA-ARS Northern Crops Institute, USA
  • Marion O. Harris, North Dakota State University, USA; Jens Jacob, Julius K ü hn-Institut, Germany; Peter Brown, CSIRO, Australia; and Guiping Yan, North Dakota State University, USA
  • John Norelli, USDA-ARS, USA
  • Markus Kellerhals,  Agroscope, Switzerland
  • Elizabeth H. Beers, Washington State University, USA
  • P. R. Brown, CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Australia; B. Douangboupha, National Agricultural and Forestry Research Institute, Lao PDR; N. M. Htwe, International Rice Research Institute, Myanmar; J. Jacob, Julius Kühn Research Institute, Germany; L. Mulungu, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania; N. T. My Phung, Provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam; G. R. Singleton, International Rice Research Institute, The Philippines and University of Greenwich, UK; A. M. Stuart, International Rice Research Institute, The Philippines; and Sudarmaji, Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • F. G. Horgan, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
  • E. A. Heinrichs, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA; F. Nwilene, The Africa Rice Center, Nigeria; M. Stout, Louisiana State University, USA; B. Hadi, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), The Philippines; and T. Freitas, Universidade Federal Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
  • E. A. Heinrichs, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA; F. Nwilene, The Africa Rice Center, Nigeria; M. Stout, Louisiana State University, USA; B. Hadi, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), The Philippines; and T. Freitas, Universidade Federal Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
  • Moshe Lapidot and Ilan Levin, Institute of Plant Sciences – Volcani Center, ARO, Israel
  • Robert L. Gilbertson, Marcela Vasquez-Mayorga and Mônica Macedo, University of California-Davis, USA; and R. Muniappan, Virginia Tech, USA
  • R. Srinivasan, AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center, Taiwan
  • D. R. Panthee, J. P. Kressin and P. Adhikari, North Carolina State University, USA
  • W. J. Janisiewicz and W. M. Jurick II, USDA-ARS, USA
  • H. Czosnek, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; A. Koren, Hishtil Nursery, Israel; and F. Vidavski, Tomatech R&D, Israel
  • George Mahuku, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Tanzania and P. Lava Kumar, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Nigeria
  • Khawar Jabran, Duzce University, Turkey, Mubshar Hussain, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan and Bhagirath Singh Chauhan, The University of Queensland, Australia
  • Vasileios P. Vasileiadis and Maurizio Sattin, National Research Council (CNR), Institute of Agro-Environmental and Forest Biology, Italy; and Per Kudsk, Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Maura Calliera and Ettore Capri, Universit à Cattolica Sacro Cuore di Piacenza, Italy
  • Simerjeet Kaur and Gulshan Mahajan, Punjab Agricultural University, India; and Bhagirath S. Chauhan, The University of Queensland, Australia
  • Kenneth C. Eastwell, Washington State University, USA
  • Hermann Buerstmayr, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria; Volker Mohler, Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture, Germany; and Mohan Kohli, Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology, Paraguay
  • James Anderson, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Francesco Tei and Euro Pannacci, University of Perugia, Italy
  • K. Neil Harker and John O’Donovan, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; and Breanne Tidemann, University of Alberta, Canada
  • Stephen N. Wegulo, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
  • Wayne M. Jurick II, USDA-ARS, USA and Kerik D. Cox, Cornell University, USA
  • Indu Sharma, Pramod Prasad and Subhash C. Bhardwaj, ICAR-Indian Institute of Wheat and Barley Research, India
  • Albrecht Serfl ing, Doris Kopahnke, Antje Habekuss, Flutur ë Novakazi and Frank Ordon, Julius K ü hn-Institute (JKI), Institute for Resistance Research and Stress Tolerance, Germany
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