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Publications: Diseases

2008
Putman, A.I., and J.E. Kaminski. 2008. Influence of nozzle-type, application timing and fungicide resistance on dollar spot control. New England Regional Turfgrass Foundation: 2007 Annual Report.

2007
Kaminski, J.E. 2007. Influence of nozzle-type, application timing and fungicide resistance on dollar spot control. New England Regional Turfgrass Foundation: 2006 Annual Report.

2006
Kaminski, J.E., and T. Hsiang. 2006. First report of Ophiosphaerella agrostis infecting creeping bentgrass in Canada. Plant Disease 90:1114.

Shepard, D., M. Agnew, M. Fidanza, J. Kaminski, and L. Dant. 2006. Nozzle selection criteria for fungicide spray applications. Golf Course Management 74:83-88.

Fidanza, M.A., H.C. Wetzel III, M.L. Agnew, and J.E. Kaminski. 2006. Evaluation of fungicide and plant growth regulator tank-mix programmes on dollar spot severity of creeping bentgrass. Crop Protection 25:1032-1038.

Kaminski, J.E., and P.H. Dernoeden. 2006. Severity of dead spot, pseudothecia development and overwintering of Ophiosphaerella agrostis in creeping bentgrass. Phytopathology 95:248-254.

Kaminski, J.E., P.H. Dernoeden, S. Mischke, and N.R. O’Neill. 2006. Genetic diversity among Ophiosphaerella agrostis strains causing dead spot in creeping bentgrass. Plant Disease 90:146-154.

2005
Kaminski, J.E., P.H. Dernoeden, and N.R. O’Neill. 2005. Environmental influences on the release of Ophiosphaerella agrostis ascospores under controlled and field conditions. Phytopathology 95:1356-1362.

Kaminski, J.E., P.H. Dernoeden, N.R. O’Neill, and H.C. Wetzel III. 2005. A PCR-based method for the detection of Ophiosphaerella agrostis in creeping bentgrass. Plant Disease 89:980-985.

Kaminski, J.E., and P.H. Dernoeden. 2005. Nitrogen source impact on dead spot (Ophiosphaerella agrostis) incidence and severity in creeping bentgrass. Int. Turfgrass Res. Soc. J. 10:214-223.

Kaminski, J.E., and Dernoeden, P.H. 2005. Dead spot of creeping bentgrass and hybrid bermudagrass. Online. Applied Turfgrass Science doi:10.1094/ATS-2005-0419-01-DG.

Kaminski, J.E. 2005. The snow is gone, but (pink) snow mold isn’t. Home and Garden Center Newsletter.

Kaminski, J.E. 2005. Fungal molds lurk beneath the snow. Home and Garden Center Newsletter.

2004
Kaminski, J.E., C.A. Bigelow, and P.H. Dernoeden. 2004. Soil amendments and fertilizer effects on creeping bentgrass establishment, soil microbial activity, thatch and disease. HortScience 39:620-626.

2002
Kaminski, J.E., P.H. Dernoeden, N.R. O’Neill, and B. Momen. 2002. Reactivation of bentgrass dead spot and growth, pseudothecia production and ascospore germination of Ophiosphaerella agrostis. Plant Disease 86:1290-1296.

Kaminski, J.E., and P.H. Dernoeden. 2002. Geographic distribution, cultivar susceptibility, and field observations on bentgrass dead spot. Plant Disease 86:1253-1259.

Kaminski, J.E., and P.H. Dernoeden. 2004. Research defines dead spot more clearly. Turfgrass Trends. 5: 57, 60, 62, 64, 66.

Kaminski, J.E., and P.H. Dernoeden. 2003. Understanding bentgrass dead spot. USGA Green Section Record 41 (1): 20-24.

Kaminski, J.E., and P.H. Dernoeden. 2003. Understanding bentgrass dead spot. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online 2 (2): 1-7.

Dernoeden, P.H., N. Jackson, N. Mitkowski, and J.E. Kaminski. 2003. Bacterial wilt: an enigmatic disease on putting greens. Golf Course Management 71 (1): 177-180.

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