Kenneth B Johnson
Kenneth B Johnson
Botany and Plant Pathology, OregonsState University
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Green fluorescent protein is lighting up fungal biology
JM Lorang, RP Tuori, JP Martinez, TL Sawyer, RS Redman, JA Rollins, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (5), 1987-1994, 2001
3592001
Management of fire blight: a case study in microbial ecology
KB Johnson, VO Stockwell
Annual review of phytopathology 36 (1), 227-248, 1998
3141998
Defoliation, disease, and growth: a reply
KB Johnson
Phytopathology 77 (11), 1495-1497, 1987
1691987
Effect of antagonistic bacteria on establishment of honey bee-dispersed Erwinia amylovora in pear blossoms and on fire blight control
KB Johnson, VO Stockwell, RJ McLaughlin, D Sugar, JE Loper, ...
Phytopathology (USA), 1993
1491993
Dispersal of Erwinia amylovora and Pseudomonas fluorescens by honey bees from hives to apple and pear blossoms
KB Johnson, VO Stockwell, DM Burgett, D Sugar, JE Loper
Phytopathology 83 (5), 478-484, 1993
1411993
Antibiosis contributes to biological control of fire blight by Pantoea agglomerans strain Eh252 in orchards
VO Stockwell, KB Johnson, D Sugar, JE Loper
Phytopathology 92 (11), 1202-1209, 2002
1292002
Biological control of fire blight
KB Johnson, VO Stockwell
Fire Blight: the Disease and its Causative Agent, Erwinia amylovora, ed. JL …, 2000
1182000
Dose-response relationships and inundative biological control
KB Johnson
Phytopathology 84 (8), 780-784, 1994
1121994
Management of diseases caused by soilborne pathogens
ML Powelson, KB Johnson, RC Rowe
Potato health management, 149-158, 1993
1121993
Establishment of bacterial antagonists of Erwinia amylovora on pear and apple blossoms as influenced by inoculum preparation
VO Stockwell, KB Johnson, JE Loper
Phytopathology 88 (6), 506-513, 1998
1061998
Mechanistically compatible mixtures of bacterial antagonists improve biological control of fire blight of pear
VO Stockwell, KB Johnson, D Sugar, JE Loper
Phytopathology 101 (1), 113-123, 2011
1042011
Eastern filbert blight of European hazelnut--it's becoming a manageable disease
KB Johnson, SA Mehlenbacher, JK Stone, JW Pscheidt, JN Pinkerton
861996
Control of Fire Blight by Pseudomonas fluorescens A506 and Pantoea vagans C9-1 Applied as Single Strains and Mixed Inocula
VO Stockwell, KB Johnson, D Sugar, JE Loper
Phytopathology 100 (12), 1330-1339, 2010
842010
Assessment of environmental factors influencing growth and spread of Pantoea agglomerans on and among blossoms of pear and apple
KB Johnson, VO Stockwell, TL Sawyer, D Sugar
Phytopathology 90 (11), 1285-1294, 2000
822000
Effect of epiphytic fungi on brown rot blossom blight and latent infections in sweet cherry
HPP Wittig, KB Johnson, JW Pscheidt
Plant Disease 81 (4), 383-387, 1997
801997
Compatibility of bacterial antagonists of Erwinia amylovora with antibiotics used to control fire blight
VO Stockwell, KB Johnson, JE Loper
Phytopathology 86 (8), 834-840, 1996
801996
Secondary colonization of pear blossoms by two bacterial antagonists of the fire blight pathogen
RL Nuclo, KB Johnson, VO Stockwell, D Sugar
Plant Disease 82 (6), 661-668, 1998
781998
Biological control efficiency of Fusarium wilt of tomato by nonpathogenic Fusarium oxysporum Fo-B2 in different environments
M Shishido, C Miwa, T Usami, Y Amemiya, KB Johnson
Phytopathology 95 (9), 1072-1080, 2005
752005
Effects of interacting populations of Alternaria solani, Verticillium dahliae, and the potato leafhopper(Empoasca fabae) on potato yield.
KB Johnson, EB Radcliffe, PS Teng
Phytopathology 76 (10), 1046-1052, 1986
701986
Coupling a disease progress model for early blight to a model of potato growth.
KB Johnson, PS Teng
Phytopathology 80 (4), 416-425, 1990
641990
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