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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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