||A biologically intensive approach to induce the natural immunity of potatoes against the pathogens inciting Late Blight and Verticillium wilt
||Impact of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi on Phosphorus Use Efficiency and Root Diseases of Onion Crops
||du Toit, L.
||Searching for Organic Antimicrobials
||Biodiversity and the Natural Suppression of Human Pathogens
||Role of flavins in the resistance of Sinorhizobium meliloti – alfalfa association to Aphanomyces root rot
||Sequencing the genomes of two critically-important biological control agents, the insect-killing nematodes Steinernema feltiae and Heterorhabditis bacteriophora
||Vineyard evaluation of five beneficial insect-attracting native plant ground covers as a strategy to improve and sustain IPM in wine grapes
||Developing Improved Management Practices to Overcome Soil Health Issues in Red Raspberries
||Effects of Nematode Genetic Diversity on Management of Potato Pests
||Harnessing microcins for control of scours in neonatal calves
||Local and landscape-scale conservation of beneficial predators in Columbia Basin Potato Crops
||Quantifying biological control of pear psylla in a cover crop system
||Conservation Biology of Syrphids, Predators of Woolly Aphid in Central Washington.
||Assessing effects of an alfalfa cover crop on biological control and tree nutrition in organic pear orchards