Mario Tenuta
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Ammonia and nitrous acid from nitrogenous amendments kill the microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae
M Tenuta, G Lazarovits
Phytopathology 92 (3), 255-264, 2002
Effects of long-term crop management on nematode trophic levels other than plant feeders disappear after 1 year of disruptive soil management
R Berkelmans, H Ferris, M Tenuta, AHC Van Bruggen
Applied Soil Ecology 23 (3), 223-235, 2003
Organic amendments as a disease control strategy for soilborne diseases of high-value agricultural crops
G Lazarovits, M Tenuta, KL Conn
Australasian Plant Pathology 30 (2), 111-117, 2001
Globally important nitrous oxide emissions from croplands induced by freeze–thaw cycles
C Wagner-Riddle, KA Congreves, D Abalos, AA Berg, SE Brown, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (4), 279-283, 2017
Biological control of potato Verticillium wilt under controlled and field conditions using selected bacterial antagonists and plant extracts
AK Uppal, A El Hadrami, LR Adam, M Tenuta, F Daayf
Biological Control 44 (1), 90-100, 2008
Salmonella Survival in Manure‐Treated Soils during Simulated Seasonal Temperature Exposure
RA Holley, KM Arrus, KH Ominski, M Tenuta, G Blank
Journal of Environmental Quality 35 (4), 1170-1180, 2006
Liquid swine manure can kill Verticillium dahliae microsclerotia in soil by volatile fatty acid, nitrous acid, and ammonia toxicity
KL Conn, M Tenuta, G Lazarovits
Phytopathology 95 (1), 28-35, 2005
Volatile fatty acids in liquid swine manure can kill microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae
M Tenuta, KL Conn, G Lazarovits
Phytopathology 92 (5), 548-552, 2002
Soil profile carbon and nutrient stocks under long-term conventional and organic crop and alfalfa-crop rotations and re-established grassland
LW Bell, B Sparling, M Tenuta, MH Entz
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 158, 156-163, 2012
Reflections on plant and soil nematode ecology: past, present and future
H Ferris, BS Griffiths, DL Porazinska, TO Powers, KH Wang, M Tenuta
Journal of Nematology 44 (2), 115, 2012
Assessing the effects of agricultural management on nitrous oxide emissions using flux measurements and the DNDC model
KC Uzoma, W Smith, B Grant, RL Desjardins, X Gao, K Hanis, M Tenuta, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 206, 71-83, 2015
Nitrous oxide emissions from a clay soil receiving granular urea formulations and dairy manure
H Asgedom, M Tenuta, DN Flaten, X Gao, E Kebreab
Agronomy Journal 106 (2), 732-744, 2014
Soil properties associated with the variable effectiveness of meat and bone meal to kill microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae
M Tenuta, G Lazarovits
Applied Soil Ecology 25 (3), 219-236, 2004
A comparison of methods to quantify greenhouse gas emissions of cropping systems in LCA
P Goglio, WN Smith, BB Grant, RL Desjardins, X Gao, K Hanis, M Tenuta, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 172, 4010-4017, 2018
Sensitivity of nematode life-history groups to ions and osmotic tensions of nitrogenous solutions
M Tenuta, H Ferris
Journal of nematology 36 (1), 85, 2004
Influence of temperature on Salmonella survival in hog manure slurry and seasonal temperature profiles in farm manure storage reservoirs
KM Arrus, RA Holley, KH Ominski, M Tenuta, G Blank
Livestock Science 102 (3), 226-236, 2006
Understanding the mode of action of organic soil amendments provides the way for improved management of soilborne plant pathogens
G Lazarovits, KL Conn, PA Abbasi, M Tenuta
Acta Horticulturae 698, 215, 2005
High yielding organic crop management decreases plant‐available but not recalcitrant soil phosphorus
C Welsh, M Tenuta, DN Flaten, JR Thiessen‐Martens, MH Entz
Agronomy Journal 101 (5), 1027-1035, 2009
Increase in nitrous oxide production in soil induced by ammonium and organic carbon
DW Bergstrom, M Tenuta, EG Beauchamp
Biology and fertility of soils 18 (1), 1-6, 1994
Nitrous oxide emissions from an annual crop rotation on poorly drained soil on the Canadian Prairies
AJ Glenn, M Tenuta, BD Amiro, SE Maas, C Wagner-Riddle
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 166, 41-49, 2012
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