Andrews Publications

13 Publications

Productivity, economics, and fruit and soil quality of weed management systems in commercial organic orchards in Washington State, USA

Granatstein, D., P. Andrews, and A. Groff. May 2014. Organic Agriculture. DOI 10.1007/s13165-014-0068-0

Proceedings of the 2nd International Organic Fruit Symposium 2012

D. Granatstein, P.K. Andrews, S.D. Bishop, W. Janisiewicz, editors. June 2012. Acta Horticulturae 1001.  Article abstracts available online; full articles available for purchase or through subscribing libraries. Topical areas include organic fruit systems, insect biocontrol, horticulture, plant pathology, soil and crop nutrition, and economics.  All the oral presentations from the symposium can be viewed free on eOrganic at http://www.extension.org/pages/64359/2nd-international-organic-fruit-research-symposium#.Uk3WTVMkRyQ .

Can we grow more nutritious fruits and vegetables using organic farming methods?

(Recorded Webinar) Andrews, Preston. WSU. 2011.

Quality of Organically and Conventionally Grown Apples and Strawberries

Research on apple and strawberry by Dr. Preston Andrews, Dr. John Reganold, and Dr. Neil Davies.

Effect of thermal treatments on phytochemicals in conventionally and organically grown berries

Sablani, S. S., Andrews, P. K., Davies, N. M., Walters, T., Saez, H., Syamaladevi, R. M., and Mohekar, P. R. 2010. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 90: 769-778

Effects of air and freeze drying on phytochemical content of conventional and organic berries

Sablani, S. S., Andrews, P. K., Davies, N. M., Walters, T., Saez, H., Bastarrachea, L. 2011. Drying Technology 29: 205-216

Influence of processing on phytonutrient content of organic and conventional raspberries and blueberries

Poster presentation – BIOAg Research Symposium 2008.

Apple orchard productivity and fruit quality under organic, conventional, and integrated management.

Peck GM, Andrews PK, Reganold JP, Fellman JK. 2006. HortScience 41:99-107.

Organic Fertilizer Calculator: A New Planning Tool for Comparing the Cost, Value, and Nitrogen Availability of Organic Materials – September 2006

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

A Cost of Production Analysis of Conventional vs. Integrated vs. Organic apple Production Systems

J. Glover, H. Hinman, J. Reganold, P. Andrews. 2002. , WSU Agr. Res. Center. Publ. XB1041, Pullman, WA

Soil and plant mineral nutrition and fruit quality under organic, conventional, and integrated apple production systems in Washington State, USA.

P.K. Andrews, J.K. Fellman, J.D. Glover, J.P. Reganold. 2001. Acta Hort. 564:291-298.

Sustainability of three apple production systems

Reganold JP, Glover JG, Andrews PK, Hinman HR. 2001. Nature 410:926-930.

Systematic method for rating soil quality of conventional, organic, and integrated apple orchards in Washington State

J.D. Glover, J.P. Reganold, P.K. Andrews. 2000. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 80:29-45.