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Dr. Antonio DiTommaso

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Refereed Journal Article

2019Milbrath, L.R., J. Biazzo, A. DiTommaso, and S. Morris. 2019. Impact of Abrostola asclepiadis combined with other stressors on invasive swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum species). Biological Control. Article in Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocontrol.2018.11.005
Youngerman, C.Z., A. DiTommaso, J.E. Losey, and M.R. Ryan. 2019. Cover crop and weed seed preference of four common weeds seed predators. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. Accepted.
Iqbal, J., A. DiTommaso, M. Ishaq, A. Rehmani, K. Jabran, S. Hussain, W. Nasim, S. Fahad, M.A. Shehzad, and A. Ali. 2019. Purple nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) control through interference by summer crops. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. Article in Press. doi: 10.17957/IJAB/15.0997
2018Zhu, J., J. Wang, A. DiTommaso, C. Zhang, G. Zheng, W. Liang, F. Islam, C. Yang, X. Chen, and W. Zhou. 2018. Weed research status, challenges, and opportunities in China. Crop Protection. Article in Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cropro.2018.02.001
Youngerman, C.Z., A. DiTommaso, W.S. Curran, S.B. Mirsky, and M.R. Ryan. 2018. Effects of corn density on interseeded cover crops, weeds, and grain yield. Agronomy Journal 110(6) 2478-2487. doi:10.2134/agronj2018.01.0
Mohler, C.L., B.A. Caldwell, C.A. Marschner, S. Cordeau, Q. Maqsood, M.R. Ryan, and A. DiTommaso. 2018. Weed seed bank and weed biomass dynamics in a long-term organic vegetable cropping systems experiment. Weed Science 66(5):611-626. doi: 10.1017/wsc.2018.52
Mohler, C.L., A.G. Taylor, A. DiTommaso, R.R. Hahn, and R.R. Bellinder. 2018. Effects of incorporated rye and hairy vetch cover crop residue on the persistence of weed seed in the soil. Weed Science 65(3):379-385. doi: 10.1017/wsc.2017.80
DiTommaso, A., C.A. Stokes, S. Cordeau, L.R. Milbrath, and T.H. Whitlow. 2018. Seed dispersal ability of the invasive perennial vines, Vincetoxicum nigrum and V. rossicum. Invasive Plant Science and Management 11(1):10-19. doi: 10.1017/inp.2018.8
Bhaskar, V., R.R. Bellinder, A. DiTommaso, and M.F. Walter. 2018. Living mulch performance in a tropical cotton system and impact on yield and weed control. Agriculture 8(2), 19 doi:10.3390/agriculture8020019 View
Averill, K.M., D.A. Mortensen, E.A.H. Smithwick, S. Kalisz, W.J. McShea, N.A. Bourg, J.D. Parker, A.A. Royo, M.D. Abrams, D.K. Apsley, B. Blossey, D.H. Boucher, K.L. Caraher, A. DiTommaso, S.E. Johnson, R. Masson, and V.A. Nuzzo. 2018. A regional assessment of white-tailed deer effects on plant invasion. AoB PLANTS 10(1): https://doi.org/10.1093/aobpla/plx047View
2017Liebert, J.A., A. DiTommaso, and M.R. Ryan. 2017. Rolled mixtures of barley and cereal rye for weed suppression in cover crop-based organic no-till planted soybean. Weed Science 65(3):426-439.
DiTommaso, A., L.R. Milbrath, S.H. Morris, C.L. Mohler, and J. Biazzo. 2017. Seedbank dynamics of two swallowwort (Vincetoxicum) species. Invasive Plant Science and Management 10(2):136-142.
Cordeau, S., R.G. Smith, E.R. Gallandt, B. Brown, P. Salon, A. DiTommaso, and M.R. Ryan. 2017. Timing of tillage as a driver of weed community structure. Weed Science 65(4):504-514.
Cordeau, S., R.G. Smith, E.R. Gallandt, B. Brown, P. Salon, A. DiTommaso, and M.R. Ryan. 2017. Disentangling the effects of tillage timing and weather on weed community assembly. Agriculture 2017, 7, 66; doi:10.3390/ agriculture7080066.View
Jernigan, A.B., B.A. Caldwell, S. Cordeau, A. DiTommaso, L.E. Drinkwater, C.L. Mohler, and M.R. Ryan. 2017. Weed abundance and community composition following a long-term organic vegetable cropping systems experiment. Weed Science 65(5):639-649.
Young, S.L., D.R. Clements, and A. DiTommaso. 2017. Climate dynamics, invader fitness, and biotic resistance in an invasion-factor framework. Invasive Plant Science and Management 10(3): 215-231.View
Cordeau, S., R.G. Smith, E.R. Gallandt, B. Brown, P. Salon, A. DiTommaso, and MR. Ryan. 2017. How do weed species differ in their response to the timing of tillage? A study of 61 species across the Northeastern United States. Annals of Applied Biology 171(3):340-352.View
2016Mohler, C.L., C.A. Marschner, B.A. Caldwell, and A. DiTommaso. 2016. Weed mortality caused by row-crop cultivation in organic corn-soybean-spelt cropping systems. Weed Technology 30(3):648-654. View
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, T.H. Whitlow, and L.R. Milbrath. 2016. Photosynthetic performance of invasive Vincetoxicum species (Apocynaceae). Invasive Plant Science and Management 9(3):171-181.View
DiTommaso, A., K.M. Averill, M.P. Hoffmann, J.R. Fuchsberg, and J.E. Losey. 2016. Integrating insect, resistance, and floral resource management in weed control decision-making. (Invited paper). Weed Science 64(4):743-756. LinkView
Milbrath, L.R., A. DiTommaso, J. Biazzo, and S.H. Morris. 2016. Tolerance of swallowworts (Vincetoxicum spp.) to multiple years of artificial defoliation or clipping. Invasive Plant Science and Management 9(1):1-11.View
Qin, Z., J-E Zhang, A. DiTommaso, R.L. Wang, and K.M. Liang. 2016. Predicting the potential distribution of Lantana camara L. under RCP scenarios using ISI-MIP models. Climatic Change 134(1):193-208View
Mohler, C.L., J. Iqbal, J. Shen, and A. DiTommaso. 2016. Effects of water on recovery of weed seedlings following burial. Weed Science. 64(2):285-293.View
2015Qin, Z., J-E. Zhang, A. DiTommaso, R-L. Wang, and R-S. Wu. 2015. Predicting invasions of Wedelia tribolata (L.) Hitch. with Maxent and GARP models. Journal of Plant Research 128 (5):763-775.View
Little, N.G., C.L. Mohler, Q.M. Ketterings, and A. DiTommaso. 2015. Effects of organic nutrient amendments on weed and crop growth. Weed Science 63(3):710-722.View
2014DiTommaso, A., S.J. Darbyshire, C.A. Marschner, and K.M. Averill. 2014. Invasion Alert: Japanese hedgeparsley (Torilis japonica): a new invasive species in the United States? Invasive Plant Science and Management. 7(4):553-560.View
DiTommaso, A., M.R. Ryan, C.L. Mohler, D.C. Brainard, R.E. Shuler, L.L. Allee and J.E. Losey. 2014. Effect of Cry3Bb Bt corn and tefluthrin on post-dispersal weed seed predation. Weed Science 62(4):619-624.View
Qin Z., A. DiTommaso, R.S. Wu, and H.Y. Huang. 2014. Potential distribution of two Ambrosia species in China under projected climate change. Weed Research 54(5): 520-531.View
Goulet, E.J., A. DiTommaso, and E.J. Shields. 2014. Comparative study of Mecinus janthiniformis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) attack and simulated mowing for control of Linaria dalmatica spp. dalmatica (Plantaginaceae). The Great Lakes Entomologist 47(1-2): 9-19.View
DiTommaso, A., S.H. Morris, J.D. Parker, C.L. Cone, and A.A. Agrawal. 2014. Deer browsing delays succession by altering aboveground vegetation and belowground seed banks. 2014. PLoS ONE 9(3): e91155. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0091155View
Qin, Z., J-F. Xie, G-M. Quan, J-E. Zhang, D-J. Mao, and A. DiTommaso. 2014. Impacts of the invasive annual herb Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. on soil microbial carbon source utilization and enzymatic activities. European Journal of Soil Biology 60(1):58-66.View
Caldwell, B.A., C.L. Mohler, Q.M. Ketterings, and A. DiTommaso. 2014. Yields and profitability during and after transition in organic grain cropping systems. Agronomy Journal 106(3):871-880.View
2013Zhong, Q.., DJ Mao, GM Quan, JE Zhang, JF Xie, and A. DiTommaso. 2013. Antioxidant response of the invasive herb Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. to different irradiance intensities. Phytoprotection 93(1):8-15.View
Magidow, L.C., A. DiTommaso, Q.M. Ketterings, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. 2013. Emergence and performance of two invasive swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.) in contrasting soil types and soil pH. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 6(2):281-291.View
Goulet, E.J., J. Thaler, A. DiTommaso, M. Schwarzlander, and E.J. Shields. 2013. Impact of Mecinus janthinus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on the growth and reproduction of Linaria dalmatica (Scrophulariaceae). The Great Lakes Entomologist 46(1-2):90-98.View
Kao-Kniffin, J., S. M. Carver, and A. DiTommaso. 2013. Advancing weed management strategies using metagenomic techniques. (Invited paper) Weed Science 61(2):171-184.View
Eom, S.H., A. DiTommaso, and L.A. Weston. 2013. Effects of soil salinity in the growth of Ambrosia artemisiifolia biotypes collected from roadside and agricultural field. Journal of Plant Nutrition 36(14): 2191-2204.View
DiTommaso, A., L.R. Milbrath, T. Bittner, and F.R. Wesley. 2013. Pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum) response to cutting and herbicides. Invasive Plant Science and Management 6(3):381-390. View
2012Zhong Q., Dan Juan, M., Guo, M-Q, Jia-en, Z. Jun, F-X, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Physiological and morphological responses of invasive Ambrosia artemisiifolia (common ragweed) to different irradiances. Botany 90(12):1284-1294.View
Mohler, C.L., C. Dykeman, E.B. Nelson, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Reduction in weed seedling emergence by pathogens following the incorporation of green crop residue. Weed Research 52(5): 467-477. View
Clements, D.R. and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Predicting weed invasion in Canada under climate change: measuring evolutionary potential. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 92(6):1013-1020. View
Bravo, M., A. DiTommaso, and D. Hayes. 2012. Exotic plant inventory, landscape survey and invasiveness assessment: Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites, Hyde Park, NY. HortTechnology 22(5):682-693.View
Stephens, E.J., J.E. Losey, L.L. Allee, A. DiTommaso, C. Bodner, and A. Breyre. 2012. The impact of Cry3Bb1 Bt-maize on two guilds of beneficial beetles. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 156:72-81.View
Smith, E.A., A. DiTommaso, M. Fuchs, A.M. Shelton, and B.A. Nault. 2012. Abundance of weed hosts as potential sources of onion and potato viruses in western New York. Crop Protection 37:91-96.View
Orlowski, J., W.J. Cox, A. DiTommaso, and W. Knoblauch. 2012. Planting soybean with a grain drill inconsistently increases yield and profit. Agronomy Journal 104:1065-1073.View
Darbyshire, S. J., A., Francis, A. DiTommaso,, and D. R. Clements. 2012. The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 150. Erechtites hieraciifolius (L.) Raf. ex DC. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 92(4):729-746.View
2011Burke, J.M. and A. DiTommaso. 2011. Antigonon leptopus (Corallita): Intentional introduction of a plant with documented invasive capability. Invasive Plant Science and Management 4(3):265-273.View
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler and L.R. Milbrath. Survival, growth, and fecundity of the invasive swallowworts (Vincetoxicum rossicum and V. nigrum) in New York State. Invasive Plant Science and Management 4(2):198-206.View
Francis, A., S.J. Darbyshire, D.R. Clements, and A. DiTommaso. The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 146. Lapsana communis L.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 91(3):553-569.View
Clements, D.R. and A. DiTommaso. Climate change and weed adaptation: Can evolution of invasive plants lead to greater range expansion than forecasted? Weed Research 51(3): 227-240.View
Smith, E.A., A. DiTommaso, M. Fuchs, A.M. Shelton, and B.A. Nault. Weed hosts for onion thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and their potential role in the epidemiology of Iris yellow spot virus in an onion ecosystem. Environmental Entomology 40(2):194-203.View
2010Blanchard, M.L., J.N. Barney, K.M. Averill, C.L. Mohler, and A. DiTommaso. Does polyembryony confer a competitive advantage to the invasive vine Vincetoxicum rossicum (Apocynaceae)? American Journal of Botany 97(2):251-260.View
McDonald, A.J., S.J. Riha, and A. DiTommaso. Early-season height differences as robust predictors of weed growth potential in maize: new avenues for adaptive management? Weed Research 50(2):110-119.View
Axtell, A.E., A. DiTommaso, and A.R. Post. Weed Alert: Lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria): A threat to woodland habitats in the northern United States and southern Canada. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3(2):190-196.View
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler and L.R. Milbrath. Establishment of the invasive perennial Vincetoxicum rossicum across a disturbance gradient in New York State, USA. Plant Ecology 211(1):65-77.View
2009McDonald, A.J., S.J. Riha, A. DiTommaso, and A.T. DeGaetano. Climate change and the geography of weed damage: Analysis of U.S. maize systems suggests the potential for significant range transformations. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 130(3-4):131-140.View
Shen, J., A. DiTommaso, M. Shen, W. Lu, and Z. Li. Molecular basis for differential metabolic responses to monosulfuron in three nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria. Weed Science 57(2):133-141.View
Nurse, R.E, S.J. Darbyshire, C. Bertin, and A. DiTommaso. The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 141. Setaria faberi Herrm. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 89(2):373-404.View
Barney, J.N., T.W. Whitlow, and A. DiTommaso. Evolution of an invasive phenotype: shift to belowground dominance and enhanced competitive ability in the introduced range. Plant Ecology 202(2):275-284.View
DiTommaso, A., D.R. Clements, S.J. Darbyshire, and J. Dauer. The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 143. Apocynum cannabinum. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 89(5):977-992.View
Bertin, C., A.F. Senesac, F.S. Rossi, A. DiTommaso, and L.A. Weston. Evaluation of selected fine-leaf fescue cultivars for their turfgrass quality and weed suppressive ability in field settings. HortTechnology 19(3): 660-668.View
2008Smith, L.L., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann, and S. Greipsson. Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the exotic invasive vine pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum). Invasive Plant Science and Management 1(2):142-152.View
Hotchkiss, E.E., A. DiTommaso, D.C. Brainard, and C.L. Mohler. Survival and performance of the invasive vine Vincetoxicum rossicum (Apocynaceae) from seeds of different embryo number under two light environments. American Journal of Botany 95(4):447-453.View
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, and S.H. Morris. Response of pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum) to triclopyr application and clipping. Invasive Plant Science and Management 1(2):196-206.View
Shuler, R.E., A. DiTommaso, J.E. Losey, and C.L. Mohler. Post-dispersal weed seed predation is affected by experimental substrate. Weed Science 56(6):889-895.View
2007Gallagher, R.S., E.C. Luschei, E. Gallandt, and A. DiTommaso. Experiential learning activities in the weed science classroom. Weed Technology 21(1):255-261.View
Averill, K.M. and A. DiTommaso. Wild parsnip (Pastinaca sativa L.): A troublesome species of increasing concern. Weed Technology 21(1):279-287.View
Brainard, D.C., A. DiTommaso, and C.L. Mohler. Intraspecific variation in seed characteristics of Powell amaranth (Amaranthus powellii) from habitats with contrasting crop rotation histories. Weed Science 55(3):218-226.View
Eom, S.H., T.L. Setter, A. DiTommaso, and L.A. Weston. Differential growth response to salt stress among selected ornamentals. Journal of Plant Nutrition 30(7):1109-1126.View
Van Haden, R., J.M. Duxbury, A. DiTommaso, and J.E. Losey. Weed community dynamics in the system of rice intensification (SRI) and the efficacy of mechanical cultivation and competitive rice cultivars for weed control in Indonesia. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 30(4):5-26.View
2006Brainard , D.C. , A. DiTommaso, and C.L. Mohler. Intraspecific variation in germination response to ammonium nitrate of Powell amaranth (Amaranthus powellii) seeds originating from organic versus conventional vegetable farms. Weed Science 54(3):435-442.View
Barney, J.N., N. Tharayil, A. DiTommaso, and P.C. Bhowmik. The Biology of Invasive Alien Plants in Canada.5. Polygonum cuspidatum Sieb. & Zucc. [= Fallopia japonica (Houtt.) Ronse Decr.]. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 86(3):887-905.View
Barney, J.N., A. DiTommaso, H.A. Baloch, and A.K. Watson. Fungal infection and soybean competition induce plastic responses in velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) growth and reproductive output. Weed Science 54(5):883-890.View
Greipsson, S. and A. DiTommaso. Invasive non-native plants alter the occurrence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and benefit from this association. Ecological Restoration 24(4):236-241.View
Smith, L.L., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann, and S. Greipsson. Growth and reproductive potential of the invasive exotic vine Vincetoxicum rossicum in Northern New York State. Canadian Journal of Botany 84(12):1771-1780.View
2005DiTommaso, A., D.C. Brainard, and B.R. Webster. Seed characteristics of the invasive alien vine Vincetoxicum rossicum are affected by site, harvest date and storage duration. Canadian Journal of Botany 83(1):102-110.View
DiTommaso, A., F.M. Lawlor and S.J. Darbyshire. The Biology of Invasive Alien Plants in Canada . 2. Cynanchum rossicum (Kleopow) Borhidi [= Vincetoxicum rossicum (Kleopow) Barbar.) and Cynanchum louiseae (L.) Kartesz & Gandhi [= Vincetoxicum nigrum (L.) Moench). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 85(1):243-263.View
Brainard, D.C., R.R. Bellinder, and A. DiTommaso. Effects of canopy shade on the morphology, phenology, and seed characteristics of Powell amaranth (Amaranthus powellii). Weed Science 53(2):175-186.View
Major, J., C.R. Clement, and A. DiTommaso. Influence of market orientation on food plant diversity of farms located on Amazonian Dark Earth in the region of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. Economic Botany 59(1):77-86.View
Major, J., C. Steiner, A. DiTommaso, N.P.S. Falcao, and J. Lehmann. Weed composition and cover after three years of soil fertility management in the central Brazilian Amazon: Compost, fertilizer, manure and charcoal additions. Weed Biology and Management 5(2):69-76.View
Barney, J.N., A. DiTommaso, and L.A. Weston. Differences in invasibility of two contrasting habitats and invasiveness of two mugwort Artemisia vulgaris populations. Journal of Applied Ecology 42(3):567-576.View
Nurse, R.E. and A. DiTommaso. Corn competition alters the germinability of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) seeds. Weed Science 53(4):479-488.View
Saint-Louis, S., A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. A common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) biotype from Southwestern Quebec resistant to linuron. Weed Technology 19(3):737-743.View
Major, J., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann, and N.P.S. Falcao. Weed dynamics on Amazonian dark earth and adjacent soils of Brazil. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 111(1-4):1-12.View
Weston, L.A., J.N. Barney, and A. DiTommaso. A review of the biology and ecology of three invasive perennials in New York State : Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum), mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) and pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum). Plant and Soil 277 (1-2):53-69.View
Kumar, V. and A. DiTommaso. Mile-a-minute (Polygonum perfoliatum L.): An increasingly problematic invasive species. Weed Technology 19(4):1071-1077.View
2004Clements, D.R., A. DiTommaso, S.J. Darbyshire, P.B. Cavers, and A.D. Sartanov. The biology of Canadian weeds. 127. Panicum capillare L. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 84:327-341.View
Couture, S.J., A. DiTommaso, W.L. Asbil, and A.K. Watson. Evaluation of fibre flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) performance under minimal and zero tillage in Eastern Canada. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 190:191-196.View
Couture, S.J., A. DiTommaso, W.L. Asbil, and A.K. Watson. Influence of seeding depth and seedbed preparation on establishment, growth and yield of fibre flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) in Eastern Canada. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 190:184-190.View
Teshler, M.P., S.A. Dernovici, A. DiTommaso, D. Coderre, and A.K. Watson. A novel device for the collection, storage, transport, and delivery of beneficial insects, and its application to Ophraella communa (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Biocontrol Science & Technology 14:347-357.View
DiTommaso, A. and R.E. Nurse. Impact of sodium hypochlorite concentration and exposure period on seed germination and radicle elongation of three annual weed species. Seed Science and Technology 32:377-391.View
DiTommaso, A. Germination behavior of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) populations across a range of salinities.Weed Science 52:1002-1009.View
Clements, D.R., A. DiTommaso, N. Jordan, B.D. Booth, J. Cardina, D. Doohan, C.L. Mohler, S.D. Murphy, and C.J. Swanton. Adaptability of plants invading North American cropland. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 104:379-398.View
Nurse, R.E., A. DiTommaso, and R.A. Ramirez. Planting date effects on the germinability and seedling vigour of Abutilon theophrasti (Malvaceae) seeds. Phytoprotection 85(3):161-168.View
2003Barney, J.N. and A. DiTommaso. The biology of Canadian weeds. 118. Artemisia vulgaris L. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 83:205-215.View
Mersereau, D. and A. DiTommaso. The biology of Canadian weeds. 121. Galium mollugo L. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 83:453-466.View
DiTommaso, A. and J.E. Losey. Oviposition preference and larval performance of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) on two invasive swallow-wort species. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 108:205-209.View
2002Goel, P.K., S.O. Prasher, R.M. Patel, D.L. Smith, and A. DiTommaso. Use of airborne multi-spectral imagery for weed detection in field crops. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE) 45:443-449.View
Begna, S.H., L.M. Dwyer, D. Cloutier, L. Assemat, A. DiTommaso, X. Zhou, B. Prithiviraj, and D.L. Smith. Decoupling of light intensity effects on the growth and development of C3 and C4 weed species through sucrose supplementation. Journal of Experimental Botany 53:1935-1940.View
Couture, S.J., W.L. Asbil, A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Comparison of European fibre flax (Linum usitatissimum) cultivars under eastern Canadian growing conditions. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 188:350-356.View
2001Baloch, H.A., A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Intra-population variation in Abutilon theophrasti seed mass and its relationship to seed germinability. Seed Science Research 11:335-343.View
2000Yang, C.-C., S.O. Prasher, J.A. Landry, H.S. Ramaswamy, and A. DiTommaso. Application of artificial neural networks in image recognition and classification of crop and weeds. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 42:147-152.View
Ciotola, M., A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Chlamydospore production, inoculation methods and pathogenicity of Fusarium oxysporum M12-4A, a biocontrol for Striga hermonthica. Biocontrol Science & Technology 10:129-145.View
1999Vogelgsang, S., A.K. Watson, A. DiTommaso and K. Hurle. Susceptibility of various accessions of Convolvulus arvensis to Phomopsis convolvulus. Biological Control 15:25-32. View
1998Vogelgsang, S., A.K. Watson, A. DiTommaso and K. Hurle. Field efficacy of Phomopsis convolvulus for control of Convolvulus arvensis. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (Special Issue) 16:445-453.View
Vogelgsang, S., A.K. Watson and A. DiTommaso. Effect of moisture, inoculum production, and planting substrate on disease reaction of field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis L.) to the fungal pathogen, Phomopsis convolvulus. European Journal of Plant Pathology 104:253-262.View
Vogelgsang, S., A.K. Watson, A. DiTommaso and K. Hurle. Effect of the pre-emergence bioherbicide Phomopsis convolvulus on seedling and established plant growth of Convolvulus arvensis. Weed Research 38:175-182.View
Vogelgsang, S., A.K. Watson and A. DiTommaso. Effect of soil incorporation and dose on the efficacy of the pre-emergence bioherbicide Phomopsis convolvulus to control Convolvulus arvensis. Weed Science 46:690-697.View
1997DiTommaso, A. and A.K. Watson. Effect of the fungal pathogen, Colletotrichum coccodes on Abutilon theophrasti height hierarchy development. Journal of Applied Ecology 34:518-529.View
1996DiTommaso, A., A.K. Watson and S.G. Hallett. Infection by the fungal pathogen Colletotrichum coccodes affects velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti)-soybean competition in the field. Weed Science 44:924-933.View
1995DiTommaso, A. and A.K. Watson. Impact of a fungal pathogen, Colletotrichum coccodes on growth and competitive ability of Abutilon theophrasti. New Phytologist 131:51-60.View
1991DiTommaso, A. and L.W. Aarssen. Effect of nutrient level on competition intensity in the field for three coexisting grass species. Journal of Vegetation Science 2:513-522.View
1989DiTommaso, A. and L.W. Aarssen. Resource manipulations in natural vegetation: a review. Vegetatio 84:9-29.View

Refereed Book Chapter or Section

2017Woodbury, P.B., A. DiTommaso, J. Thies, M. Ryan, and J. Losey. 2017. Chapter 6. Effects of transgenic crops on the environment. In: M. Coll and E. Wajnberg, eds. Pest Management within the Environment: Challenges for Agronomists, Ecologists, Economists and Policymakers. John Wiley & Sons, London, UK. pp. 131-150.
2014Clements, D.R., A. DiTommaso, and T. Hyvönen. 2014. Chapter 2. Ecology and Management of Weeds in a Changing Climate. In: B.S. Chauhan and G. Mahajan, eds. Recent Advances in Weed Management. Springer Science+Media, New York, NY, USA pp. 13-37.
DiTommaso, A., Q. Zhong, and D.R. Clements. 2014. Identifying Climate Change as a Factor in the Establishment and Persistence of Invasive Weeds in Agricultural Crops. In: L.H. Ziska and J.S. Dukes, eds. Invasive Species and Global Climate Change. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK. pp. 253-270.
2011DiTommaso, A. Pale Swallow-wort: An Emerging Threat to Natural and Seminatural Habitats in the Lower Great Lakes Basin of North America. In: Restoration Ecology. Greipsson, S. [ed.], Jones and Bartlett Learning, Sudbury, MA. pp.169-174.
2009Douglass, C.H., L.A. Weston, A. DiTommaso. Black and Pale Swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum nigrum and V. rossicum): The Biology and Ecology of Two Perennial, Exotic and Invasive Vines. In: Management of Invasive Weeds. Inderjit [ed.], Springer Science + Business Media B.V., USA. pp. 261-276.View
2003Major, J., A. DiTommaso, L.A. German, and J.M. McCann. Weed Population Dynamics and Management on Amazonian Dark Earth. In: Amazonian Dark Earths - Origin, Properties, Management. J. Lehmann, D.C. Kern, B. Glaser, and W.I. Woods [eds.], Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp. 433-454.View
2002Stewart-Wade, S.M., S. Green, G.J. Boland, M.P. Teshler, I.B. Teshler, A.K. Watson, M.G. Sampson, K. Patterson, A. DiTommaso, and S. Dupont. 82. Taraxacum officinale (Weber), dandelion (Compositae). In: Biological Control Programmes Against Insects and Weeds in Canada 1981-2000. P.G. Mason and J. Huber (eds.), CABI Publishing, New York, NY. pp.427-430.
Teshler, M.P., A. DiTommaso, J.A. Gagnon, and A.K. Watson. 60. Ambrosia artemisiifolia L., Common Ragweed (Asteraceae= Compositae). In: Biological Control Programmes Against Insects and Weeds in Canada 1981-2000. P.G. Mason and J. Huber (eds.), CABI Publishing, New York, NY. pp.290-294.
DiTommaso, A., C.L. Mohler, and R.E. Nurse. Herbaceous weeds, in Pest Control, edited by R. Lal. In: Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK, [http://www.eolss.net].View

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2013Jorgensen, M., K.S. Torresen, M. Dyrhaug, I. Myrstad, J. Svendsen, T. Magnussen, A. Forde, and A. DiTommaso. 2013. Anthriscus sylvestris - biology, control and people's perception of cultural landscapes. European Grassland Federation Conference, Akureyri, Iceland. June 23-26, 2013. Grassland Science in Europe 18:338-340.
2009Nault, B.A., C.L. Hsu, E.A. Smith, J. Diaz-Montano, M. Hessney, P. Marcella-Herrick, MF. Fuchs, A.M. Shelton, A. DiTommaso, and C.A. Hoepting. Onion thrips and iris yellow spot virus in New York. Proceedings of the 2009 Empire State Fruit and Vegetable Expo, Cornell Cooperative Extension and NYS Vegetable Growers Association, Ithaca, NY. pp. 62-66.
2008Nault, B.A.. C.L. Hsu, E.A. Smith, A.M. Shelton, M. Fuchs, C.A. Hoepting, and A. DiTommaso. Identifying sources of iris yellow spot virus in New York's onion cropping system. Proceedings of the 2008 National Allium Research Conference, Savannah, GA. pp. 67-72.
2002DiTommaso, A., R. Massicotte, and A.K. Watson. Management of common ragweed along roadways: A collaborative effort in Quebec. Proceedings of the Weeds Across Borders Conference, The Arizona- Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, AZ. pp. 83-87.
2001Flad, U.S., A. DiTommaso, A.K. Watson, and K. Hurle. Further studies on Phomopsis convolvulus, a bioherbicide candidate for field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis L.). Pflanzenschutzberichte 59:29-44.
2000Couture, S.L., W. Asbil, A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Evaluation of European fibre flax (Linum usitatissimum) cultivars under Eastern Canadian growing conditions. Proceedings of the 58th Flax Institute of the United States, Fargo, ND, pp.180-188.

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2019DiTommaso, A., K.M. Averill, S.H. Morris, and M.C. Hunter. 2019. How will extended droughts affect burcucumber (Sycios angulatus) competition in silage corn in New York? In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 73:27.
Gannett, M.A., A. DiTommaso, and J. Kao-Kniffin. 2019. Exploring the link between the soil microbial community and differential weed species response to high carbon soil amendments. In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 73:19.
Law, E.P., S. Wayman, C. Pelzer. M.R. Ryan, and A. DiTommaso. 2019. Comparing annual and perennial small grain cropping systems: Agronomy, Economics, and Soil Health. In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 73:17.
Marschner, C.A. and A. DiTommaso. 2019. Establishing a weed identification network in New York: Improving early detection in an era of rapid weed range expansion. In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 73:17.
Marschner, C.A., M.J. VanGessel, A. DeGaetano, and A. DiTommaso. 2019. Assessing weed emergence models in the Northeast. In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 73:44.
2018DiTommaso, A. 2018. Climate change and weed migration: What do we know and what next? Abstracts of the 21st Australasian Weeds Conference. September 9-13, Sidney, Australia. p. 32. International Keynote Speaker (invited).
Cordeau, S., R.G. Smith, E.R. Gallandt, B.J. Brown, P. Salon, A. DiTommaso, and M.R. Ryan. 2018. When it comes to tillage, timing matters and drives weed communities. Abstracts of the 18th European Weed research Society Symposium. June 17-21, Ljubljana, Slovenia. p. 245.
DiTommaso, A., C.A. Marschner, S.H. Morris, and S. Cordeau. 2018. Weed seedling emergence in two extreme years in Central New York State. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. January 29-February 1, Arlington, VA. No. 87.
DiTommaso, A., L.R. Milbrath, C.A. Marschner, S.H. Morris, and J. Biazzo. 2018. Seed germination ecology of meadow knapweed (Centaurea x moncktonii) populations in New York State. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. January 29-February 1, Arlington, VA. No. 95.
Law, E., A. DiTommaso, M. Ryan, S. Wayman, and C. Pelzer. 2018. Comparing weed communities in annual and perennial small grain cropping systems during the establishment year. In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 72:24.
DiTommaso, A., L.R. Milbrath, C.A. Marschner, S.H. Morris, and J. Biazzo. 2018. Seed germination ecology of meadow knapweed (Centaurea x moncktonii) populations in New York State. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. January 29-February 1, Arlington, VA. No. 95.
DiTommaso, A., K.M. Averill, S.H. Morris, and M.C. Hunter. 2018. Impact of drought on competition between ivyleaf morningglory and corn. In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 72:11.
Law, E., A. DiTommaso, M. Ryan, S. Wayman, and C. Pelzer. 2018. Comparing weed communities in annual and perennial small grain cropping systems during the establishment year. In: Flessner, M. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 72:24.
2017Milbrath, L.R., J. Biazzo, A. DiTommaso, and S.H. Morris. 2017. Impact of Abrostola asclepiadis and plant competition on invasive swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.). Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. November 5-8, Denver, CO. Poster D3494.
Law, E., K. Averill, E. Arnow, A. DiTommaso, J. Losey, and S. Diemont. 2017. Restoring milkweed: Balancing ecosystem services with pest management. Poster Presentation at the 17th Annual Meeting of the American Ecological Engineering Society. May 23-25, Athens, GA.
Bhaskar, V., R. Bellinder, A. DiTommaso, and M. Walter. 2017. Cover crop and weed management in a living mulch plus reduced-rate herbicide system in wide-row vegetables. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Tucson, AZ. No. 153.
DiTommaso, A. 2017. Weed identification in weed science teaching: A continuum of approaches. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Tucson, AZ. No. 296.
Youngerman, C.Z., A. DiTommaso, J. Losey, W. Curran, S. Mirsky, and M. Ryan. 2017. Effects of interseeded cover crops on weed seed predation in corn. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Tucson, AZ. No. 137.
DiTommaso, A., K.M. Averill, S.H. Morris, R.J. Richtmyer III, and M.C. Hunter. 2017. Using rainout shelters to test drought effects on ivyleaf morningglory competition in corn. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 71:30.
Youngerman, C.Z., A. DiTommaso, J. Losey, W. Curran, S.B. Mirsky, and M. Ryan. 2017. Effects of corn planting density on interseeded cover crops and weed seed predation. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 71:52.
Liebert, J.A., A. DiTommaso, and M.R. Ryan. 2017. Cultural weed management in organic no-till planted soybean: a multi-tactic approach. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 71:54.
Bhaskar, V. R. Bellinder, A. DiTommaso, and S. Reiners. 2017. Cover crop and weed management in a living mulch system using reduced rates of herbicides. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 71:60.
2016Liebert, J.A., A. DiTommaso, and M.R. Ryan. 2016. Multi-tactic weed control in organic no-till soybean production: overcoming cover crop management challenges with a focus on shading. 7th International Weed Science Congress. June 19-25, 2016, Prague, Czech Republic, (#239).
Ryan, M.R., M. Ball, B.A. Caldwell, A. DiTommaso, L.E. Drinkwater, C.A. Marschner, and C.L. Mohler. 2016. Effects of tillage and nutrient management during the transition to organic grain production. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 70:181.
Marschner, C.A., L.R. Milbrath, J. Hunn, J. Biazzo, and A. DiTommaso. 2016. Meadow knapweed in the Northeast: Should I know this species? In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 70:222.
Joline, M.C. and A. DiTommaso. 2016. Effect of water availability on the competitive interactions between two invasive swallowworts (Vincetoxicum spp.) and common milkweed. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 70:129.
DiTommaso, A., L.R. Milbrath, S.H. Morris, C.L. Mohler, and J. Biazzo. 2016. Seed bank dynamics of invasive swallowworts. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 70:127.
Bhaskar, V., R. Bellinder, M. Walter, and A. DiTommaso. 2016. Cover crop and weed management in an inter-seeded cover crop plus reduced-rate herbicide system in wide-row vegetables. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference, 70:66.
Milbrath, L.R., A. DiTommaso, J. Biazzo, and S.H. Morris. 2016. Tolerance of swallowworts (Vincetoxicum spp.) to multiple years of artificial defoliation or clipping. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 8-11, San Juan, PR. No. 170.
2015Milbrath, L.R., . DiTommaso, J. Biazzo, and S.H. Morris. 2015. Performance of invasive swallowwort juveniles (Vincetoxicum spp.) across a habitat gradient after 7 years. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 9-12, Lexington, KY. No. 53.
Kordbacheh, F., C.L. Mohler, A. DiTommaso, H.R. Mashhadi, and H. Alizadeh. 2015. Seed desiccation tolerance and viability of Chenopodium album as affected by cutting method and timing. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 9-12, Lexington, KY. No. 68.
Iqbal, J., C. Mohler, and A. DiTommaso. 2015. Effects of water on recovery of weed seedlings following burial. In: Tielkes, E. (ed.) Tropentag 2015 – International Research on Food Security, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development - Plant Production under water and soil regimes. Cuvillier Verlag, Göttingen, Germany. p. 156 (ID 917).
Ball, M., B. Caldwell, A. DiTommaso, L. Drinkwater, C. Marschner, C.L. Mohler, and M. Ryan. 2015. Weed management lessons from the Cornell Organic Grain Cropping Systems Experiment. Joint Annual Meeting of the ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Minneapolis, MN. November 15-18, 2015. Abstract# 292-13.
DiTommaso, A. and K.S. Richards. 2015. The millennial generation agriculture major – decade of lessons from the trench. Joint Annual Meeting of the ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Minneapolis, MN. November 15-18, 2015. Abstract# 297-6.
Ball, M., M. Ryan, L. Drinkwater, and A. DiTommaso. 2015. Effects of long-term management on soil organic matter and weed competition in organic soybean. Joint Annual Meeting of the ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Minneapolis, MN. November 15-18, 2015. Abstract# 258-8.
Han, R., and A. DiTommaso. 2015. Response of corn and soybean to competition from ivyleaf morningglory under water limitation. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 69:20.
DiTommaso, A., L.R. Milbrath, S.H. Morris, C.L. Mohler, and J. Biazzo. 2015. Seed bank dynamics of invasive swallowworts. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 69:19.
Bhaskar, V., R. Bellinder, A. DiTommaso, and M. Walter. 2015. Weed and cover crop behavior in an inter-seeded cover crop plus reduced-rate herbicide management system in wide-row vegetable crops. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 69:65.
Ball, M., M. Ryan, A. DiTommaso, and L. Drinkwater. 2015. Weed-soybean competition in a long term organic cropping systems experiment. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 69:56.
2014Orta-Ramirez, A., J. Vanden Heuvel, C. Van Es, and A. DiTommaso. 2014. New F.A.C.E.S. (Fostering Agricultural Communication and Extension Students) – A USDA-HEMSP supported project at Cornell University. Abstracts of the 60th North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) Annual Meeting. June 25-28, Bozeman, MT. No. 093 (p. 54).
Milbrath, L.R., A. DiTommaso, J. Biazzo, and S.H. Morris. 2014. Response of invasive swallowworts (Vincetoxicum spp.) to repeated artificial defoliation and clipping. Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America and Canadian Weed Science Society. February 3-6, Vancouver, Canada. No. 55.
DiTommaso, A., and J.E. Losey. 2014. What's a weed worth?: Integrating the full costs and benefits into control decision-making for common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca L.). Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America and Canadian Weed Science Society. February 3-6, Vancouver, Canada. No. 218.
Stokes, C.A., A. DiTommaso, L.R. Milbrath, C.L. Mohler, and T. Whitlow. 2014. Swallowwort dispersal: Seed tracking under field conditions. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the 68th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 68:59.
DiTommaso, A., Z. Qin, M. Ho, C.L. Mohler, and K.A. Averill. 2014. Biomass allocation of two swallowwort species in contrasting competitive environments. In: Gover, A.E. (ed.) Proceedings of the 68th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 68:99.
2013Marschner, C., C.L. Mohler, M. Ryan, B. Caldwell, and A. DiTommaso. 2013. Weed management in organic grain systems. Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America and Northeastern Weed Science Society. February 4-7, Baltimore, MD. No. 361.
Mohler, C.L., B. Caldwell, C. Marschner, and A. DiTommaso. 2013. Mortality of weeds due to tine weeding and inter-row cultivation in corn and soybeans. Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America and Northeastern Weed Science Society. February 4-7, Baltimore, MD. No. 248.
Stokes, C.A., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. 2013. Preliminary studies on seed dispersal of swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.). Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America and Northeastern Weed Science Society. February 4-7, Baltimore, MD. No. 197.
Kordbacheh, F., C.L. Mohler, A. DiTommaso, and H. Rahimian Mashhadi. 2013. Effects of different cutting methods and timing on seed viability and germination of three annual weed species. Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America and Northeastern Weed Science Society. February 4-7, Baltimore, MD. No. 195.
Losey, J.E., and A. DiTommaso. 2013. Linking control and conservation: Integrating ecosystem services in IPM decision-making. Presented as part of the Assessing the Value of Diversity in Agroecosystems symposium. 84th Annual Meeting of the Entomology Society of America- Eastern Branch, Lancaster, PA. March 16?19, 2013.
Jorgensen, M., K.S. Torresen, M. Dyrhaug, I. Myrstad, J. Svendsen, T. Magnussen, A. Forde, and A. DiTommaso. 2013. Anthriscus sylvestris - biology, control and people's perception of cultural landscapes. 16th European Weed Research Society Symposium, Samsun, Turkey. June 24-27, 2013. Abstract #S3-P-077.
Torresen, K.S., E. Haugland, A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and M. Jorgensen. 2013. Sprouting ability of different parts of the taproot of Anthriscus sylvestris. 16th European Weed Research Society Symposium, Samsun, Turkey. June 24-27, 2013. Abstract #S1-P-037.
2012Orlowski, J., W.J. Cox, A. DiTommaso, and W. Knoblauch. 2012. Planting soybean with a grain drill inconsistently increases yield and profit. Joint Annual Meeting of the ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Cincinnati, OH. October 21-24, 2012. Abstract# 363-15.
Zhong, Q., X. Junfang, Q. Guoming, Z. Jian-en, M. Danjuan, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Impacts of invasive Ambrosia artemisiifolia on soil enzyme activity and fertility. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:21.
Zhong, Q., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and Z. Jia-en. 2012. Modelling the potential distribution of invasive Ambrosia artemisiifolia in China. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:23.
Orlowski, J.M., W.J. Cox, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. The effect of row spacing on weed pressure, yield and economics in soybean. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:45.
Marschner, C.A., C.L. Mohler, B.A. Caldwell, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Compost increases weed abundance in an organic grain cropping system. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:59.
Little, N.G., C.L. Mohler, A. DiTommaso, and Q.M. Ketterings. 2012. Partitioning out the effects of nutrients from composted manure on weeds and crops. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:42.
Kordbacheh, F., H. Rahimian Mashhadi, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Seedling emergence of several weed species as affected by furrow location, corn planting density and pattern. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:24.
DiTommaso, A. 2012. The swallow-worts: Where to next? In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:78
Danjuan, M., Q. Zhong, Q. Guoming, Z. Jian-en, X. Junfang, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Physiological and morphological responses of invasive Ambrosia artemisiifolia to different irradiancies. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:22.
Buck, E.M., A. DiTommaso, S.J. Riha, and A.J. McDonald. 2012. Defining geographic and bioclimatic distributions of troublesome weeds in grain crops. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:110.
Averill, K.M. and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Pale and black swallow-wort growth and survival in New York State. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 66:79.
Little, N.G., C.L. Mohler, A. DiTommaso, and Q.M. Ketterings. 2012. Partitioning the effects of nutrients from composted manure on weeds and crops: A step toward integrated crop-weed management. Proceedings of the Northeast Organic Research Symposium. NOFA-NY, 19-20 January, Saratoga Springs, NY. pp. 46-47.
Caldwell, B., C.L. Mohler, Q.M. Ketterings, and A. DiTommaso. 2012. Crop yields during and after transition in the Cornell organic grain cropping systems experiment. Proceedings of the Northeast Organic Research Symposium. NOFA-NY, 19-20 January, Saratoga Springs, NY. pp. 12-13.
Orlowski, J.M., W.J. Cox, A. DiTommaso, and W.A. Knoblauch. 2012. The effect of row spacing on weed pressure, yield and economics in soybean. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Waikoloa, HI. No. 195.
Little, N.G., C.L. Mohler, A. DiTommaso, and Q.M. Ketterings. 2012. Partitioning effects of nutrients from organic amendments on crop and weed growth. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Waikoloa, HI. No. 289.
Kordbacheh, F., H. Rahimian Mashhadi, H. Alizadeh, A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, H. Karimmojeni, and R. Tavakol Afshari. Germinability of seeds produced at different levels in the canopy varies for two weed species competing with corn. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Waikoloa, HI. No. 105.
DiTommaso, A., E.M. Buck, S.J. Riha, and A.J. McDonald. 2012. Geographic and bioclimatic distribution of troublesome field crop weeds in the Northeastern U.S. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Waikoloa, HI. No. 48.
DiTommaso, A., C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. 2012. New biological information on the invasive swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.). Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 6-9, Waikoloa, HI. No. 125.
2011Clements D.R. and A. DiTommaso. Predicting weed invasion of Canada under climate change: measuring evolutionary potential. Plant Canada Conference Proceedings on Plant Adaptation to Environmental Change. 17-21 July, Halifax, N.S., Canada. p.182.
Torresen, K.S., B.W. Oliver, I.S. Floistad, and A. DiTommaso. Biology and management of mugwort: Differences between North America and Europe. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 65:64.
Orlowski, J.M., A. DiTommaso, and W.J. Cox. Effect of soybean row spacing on weed density and biomass. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 65:22.
Little, N.G., C.L. Mohler, Q.M. Ketterings, and A. DiTommaso. Responses of weeds and crops to organic nutrient amendments. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 65:23.
DiTommaso, A., L.R. Milbrath, and T. Bittner. Response of the invasive vine pale swallow-wort following two years of mowing and herbicide application. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 65:40.
Burke, J.M. and A. DiTommaso. Corallita: Intentional introduction of a plant with documented invasive capability. In: Lycan, D.W. (ed.) Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 65:2.
Milbrath, L.R., A. DiTommaso, J. Biazzo, and S.H. Morris. Multi-year survival, growth and maturation of invasive swallow-wort juveniles (Vincetoxicum spp.) across a habitat gradient. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 7-10, Portland, OR. No. 66.
Burke, J.M. and A. DiTommaso. Integrating systematics and invasion biology: A case study from Antigonon leptopus. Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America. February 7-10, Portland, OR. No. 205.
2010Mohler, C.L., T. Bjorkman, K. Martens, and A. DiTommaso. Control of weed size by compost application rate in an organic cropping system. Poster abstract from the 2010 Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) Organic Farming Conference. February 25-27, LaCrosse, WI. P-1.View
Mohler, C.L., T. Bjorkman, K. Martens, B. Caldwell, Q.M. Ketterings, and A. DiTommaso. Heavy fertilization with compost and manure can cause weed problems. Abstract Bulletin from the Northeastern Branch of Crop, Soil, and Agronomy Societies of America (NEBCSA). June 27-30, 2010 Ithaca, NY. Abstract no. 44, p. 31-32.
Rostampour, S., A. Rangarajan, C.L. Mohler, and A. DiTommaso. Reducing tillage in an organic vegetable system: In-row weed control and fertility management. Abstract Bulletin from the Northeastern Branch of Crop, Soil, and Agronomy Societies of America (NEBCSA). June 27-30, 2010 Ithaca, NY. Abstract no. 5, p. 10.
Milbrath, L.R., J. Biazzo, A.R. Davis, A. DiTommaso, and K.M. Averill. Matrix population models to guide swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) biological control. Poster session of meeting "Biological Control for Nature: Biological Control of Pests in Forests and Associated Habitats" Northampton, MA. October 3-7.
Smith, E.A., A. DiTommaso, M. Fuchs, A.M. Shelton, and B.A. Nault. Weed hosts of onion thrips (Thrips tabaci) and implications for Iris yellow spot virus epidemiology in onion. Presentation: O-21. 2010 National Allium Research Conference, Univ. of Nevada Cooperative Extension, Reno, NV. December 10, 2010.
Milbrath, L.R., J. Biazzo, A. DiTommaso, and S. H. Morris. Field performance of invasive swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.) under artificial defoliation or clipping. Poster no. D0325. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, San Diego, CA. December 12-15.
Rostampour, S., A. Rangarajan, C.L. Mohler, and A. DiTommaso. Reducing tillage in an organic vegetable system: In-row weed control and fertility management. In: DeMoranville, C. (ed.) Abstracts from the 2010 Annual Meeting Northeast Region, American Society for Horticultural Science. Cambridge, MA. p. 7.
Whitehouse, S.E., A. DiTommaso, and L.E. Drinkwater. Weed species common in organic and conventional corn fields in Yates County, NY. In: Armel, G.R. (ed.) Proceedings of the 64th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 64:3.
Little, N., S. Morse, A. DiTommaso, and L. Milbrath. Mapping the current and projected ranges of two swallow-wort invasive vines. In: Armel, G.R. (ed.) Proceedings of the 64th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 64:54.
DiTommaso, A., T. Bittner, and L.R. Milbrath. Management of pale swallow-wort using mowing and herbicides in two contrasting habitats. In: Armel, G.R. (ed.) Proceedings of the 64th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 64:32.
Ho, M., K. Averill, C. Mohler and A. DiTommaso. Biomass allocation of pale and black swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum and V. nigrum) in contrasting competitive environments and water availabilities. Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management and Weed Science Society of America. February 7-11, Denver, CO. O-346.
Averill, K.M., T.H. Whitlow, L.R. Milbrath, and A. DiTommaso. Interspecific variability and phenotypic plasticity in photosynthesis for the invasive swallow-wort vines (Vincetoxicum spp.). Abstracts from the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management and Weed Science Society of America. February 7-11, Denver, CO. PB-42.
2009Whitehouse, S.E., A. DiTommaso, L.E. Drinkwater, and C.L. Mohler. Changes in weed vigor and growth in response to carbon: nitrogen ratio manipulation. Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 63:47.
Daconti, L.R., P.A. Ortiz, A. DiTommaso, O. Vatamaniuk, M.A. Mutschler, A.G. Taylor, and R.L. Obendorf. Detection and genetic analysis of polyembryonic pale swallow-wort seeds. Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 63:22.
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. Vegetative expansion of the invasive swallow-worts in New York State. Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 63:40.
Whitehouse, S.E., A. DiTommaso, and C.L. Mohler. Effects of varying soil nitrogen fertility levels on weed vigor and growth. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 267. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2009).
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. Pale swallow-wort establishment and survival in four disturbance regimens in central New York State. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 270. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2009).
DiTommaso, A., S.H. Morris, and A.A. Agrawal. Grazing by white-tailed deer alters weed seedbank composition in old-fields. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 39. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2009).
Smith, E.A., A. DiTommaso, M. Fuchs, A.M. Shelton, and B.A. Nault. Weed hosts for onion thrips and their potential role on epidemiology of iris yellow spot virus in onion fields. Entomological Society of America 80th Annual Meeting ?Eastern Branch. Harrisburg, PA. March 20-23. p. 38.
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. Generating biological data on the invasive swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.) to better inform their management using biocontrol. Odum Conference 2009. Rensselaerville, NY. April 30-May1. Poster Abstract #4 -Theme B.
Dandeniya, W., A. DiTommaso, and J.E. Thies. Can allelopathic rice (Oryza sativa) effectively inhibit Nitrification. 2009 Joint Annual Meeting of the ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Pittsburgh, PA. November 1-5. Abstract#101-25.
DiTommaso, A., K. Richards, and G.W. Fick. Cornell?s new agricultural sciences major ? A commitment to developing future agricultural practitioners and leaders. 2009 Joint Annual Meeting of the ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Pittsburgh, PA. November 1-5. Abstract#258-8.
Smith, E.A., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Hsu, M. Fuchs, A.M. Shelton, and B.A. Nault. Weed hosts of onion thrips (Thrips tabaci) and their role in Iris yellow spot virus epidemiology in onion. Paper no. 0364. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Indianapolis, IN. December 13-16.
Milbrath, L.R., J. Biazzo, A.R. Davis, A. DiTommaso, and K.M. Averill. Matrix population models to guide swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) biological control. Poster no. D0221. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Indianapolis, IN. December 13-16.
2008Milbrath, L.R., K.M. Averill, and A. DiTommaso. Vegetative expansion and seed output of swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.). XIIth International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, Montpelier, France.(April 22-27).
Whitehouse, S.E., A. DiTommaso, and C.L. Mohler. Manipulation of soil nitrogen levels and its effects on weed vigor and fecundity. Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 62:37.
Magidow, L.C., A. DiTommaso, Q.M. Ketterings, and L.R. Milbrath. Does soil pH influence swallow-wort distribution in its current range? Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 62:21.
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. Pale swallow-wort establishment and survival across four disturbance regimes. Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 62:6.
Mohler, C.L., T. Bjorkman, and A. DiTommaso. Control of weed size by compost application rate in an organic cropping system. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 261. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2008).
Magidow, L.C., A. DiTommaso, Q.M. Ketterings, and L.R. Milbrath. Emergence and performance of pale and black swallow-wort on two New York soils at three pH levels. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 266. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2008).
Bonanno, S., N. Cappuccino, A. DiTommaso, F. Lawlor, L. Milbrath, and G. Spak. Partnering to manage invasive swallow-worts in northern New York. Abstracts Northeast Natural History Conference X. N.Y. State Mu. Circ. 71:8.
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. Pale swallow wort: It?s establishing and expanding. How can we control it? Abstracts Northeast Natural History Conference X. N.Y. State Mu. Circ. 71:5.
Daconti, L., A. DiTommaso, R.L. Obendorf, O. Vatamaniuk, and M. Mutschler. Determination of genetic similarity between embryos in polyembryonic Vincetoxicum rossicum (pale swallow-wort) seeds. Cornell Undergraduate Research Board (CURB) 23rd Annual Spring Undergraduate Research Forum. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. April 23, 2008.
Shen, J., A. DiTommaso, J. Wu, and G. Wu. Molecular basis for metabolic responses of nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria to monosulfuron. Fifth Meeting of the International Weed Science Congress, Vancouver, Canada. June 23-27. Abstract #241 (p. 96).
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, and L.R. Milbrath. The invasive swallow-worts: What do we know about their biology and management? Fifth World Congress on Allelopathy, Saratoga Springs, NY. September 21-25. Abstract #123 (p. 70).
Douglass, C.H., L.A. Weston, and A. DiTommaso. Studies on the ecology and allelopathic potential of black and pale swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum nigrum and rossicum) in New York State USA. Fifth World Congress on Allelopathy, Saratoga Springs, NY. September 21-25. Abstract #124 (p. 71).
Smith, E.A., A. DiTommaso, M. Fuchs, A.M. Shelton, and B.A. Nault. Identifying weed hosts for onion thrips (Thrips tabaci) and implications for Iris yellow spot virus management in onion. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV. November 16-19. Abstract #0484.
Nault, B.A., C.L. Hsu, E.A. Smith, A.M. Shelton, M. Fuchs, C.A. Hoepting, and A. DiTommaso. Identifying sources of iris yellow spot virus in New York's onion cropping system. National Allium Research Conference, Savannah, GA. December 11-13.
2007Magidow, L.C., A. DiTommaso, L. Milbrath, and C.L. Mohler. Emergence and performance of two swallow-wort species on soils of varying pH and origin. Proceedings of the 61st Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 61:12
Blanchard, M.L., A. DiTommaso, K.M. Averill, C.L. Mohler, and J.N. Barney. Does polyembryony confer greater competitive ability in the non-native invasive vine, pale swallow-wort. Proceedings of the 61st Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 61:5.
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, and S.H. Morris. Reponse of pale swallow-wort to triclopyr application and clipping. Proceedings of the 61st Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 61:69.
Hotchkiss, E.E., A. DiTommaso, D.C. Brainard, and C.L. Mohler. Survival and performance of the invasive vine pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum) under two light environments and originating from seeds of different polyembryonic class. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 100. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2007).
Mohler, C.L., and A. DiTommaso. Effects of tillage, cultivation, and herbicide rate on spatial aggregation of weeds.Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 243. Weed Science Society of America ,Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2007).
2006Smith, L.L., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann and S. Greipsson. Influence of AMF on competition between the invasive vine, pale swallow-wort and common milkweed. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 60:53.
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, S.H. Morris and L.R. Milbrath. Clonal expansion and reproductive output of the invasive vine pale swallow-wort in central NY State. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 60:57.
DiTommaso, A. Development and use of instructional support tool for weed identification and management. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 60:30.
Haden, V.R., J.M. Duxbury, A. DiTommaso and J.E. Losey. Weed community dynamics in the system of rice intensification (SRI) and the efficacy of between-row cultivation and weed suppressive cultivars for weed control in Indonesia. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 156 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2006).
Alegre, M.E., L. Babcock, A. DiTommaso, and M.E. Krasny. Weed Watch. Youth help scientist survey urban weeds. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 79 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2006).
Smith, L.L., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann and S. Greipsson. Do mycorrhizal fungi influence competition between the invasive; pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum) and native; common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca)? Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 112 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2006).
Brainard, D.C. and A. DiTommaso. Comparison of growth and seed characteristics of one triazine-resistant and 20 susceptible Powell amaranth populations. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 115 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2006).
DiTommaso, A. and L.R. Milbrath. Importance of generating biological data for development of a biological control program against the non-native invasive vines, pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum) and black swallow-wort (V. nigrum). Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 186 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2006).
Shuler, R.E., A. DiTommaso, J.E. Losey. Geospatial analysis of seed removal rates and arthropod diversity and activity density in adjacent annual cropping studies. Ecological Society of America Meeting Abstracts, 91:359.
Averill, K.M., A. DiTommaso, C.L. Mohler, S.H. Morris, and L.R. Milbrath. Vegetative expansion and seedling fate of swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.), introduced invasive vines in the northeastern U.S. Ecological Society of America Meeting Abstracts, 91:16.
2005Smith, L.L., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann and S. Greipsson. Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the invasive vine pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum). Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 59:132.
Brainard, D.C., A. DiTommaso and C. Mohler. Ecotypic variation in seed characteristics of Powell amaranth from habitats with contrasting crop rotation histories. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 59:142.
Brainard, D.C., A. DiTommaso and T.L. Setter. Effects of maternal drought and nitrogen stress on seed germination of two populations of Powell amaranth. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 179 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2005).
DiTommaso, A., M.E. Krasny and D.C. Brainard. Cornell Weed Watch. A new citizen science program on urban weeds. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 139 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2005).
2004Smith, L.L., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann and S. Greipsson. Biology of the invasive plant pale swallow-wort. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 58:96.
Kristensen, L., A. DiTommaso, C. Mohler and R. Schindelbeck. A method for investigating the influence of soil water potential on weed seed germination. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 58:164.
Major, J., A. DiTommaso and C.R. Clement. Weed dynamics in maize planted on anthropogenic Terra Preta de Indio and surrounding oxisols in the central Brazilian Amazon. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 58:153.
Brainard, D.C., A. DiTommaso and C. Mohler. Ecotypic variation in germination response of Powell amaranth seeds to ammonium nitrate. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 58:165.
Barney, J., A. DiTommaso and L. Weston. Ecological assessment of mugwort growth and reproduction. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 58:147.
Mohler, C. and A. DiTommaso. A grower friendly web database of weed biology and ecological weed management. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 58:154.
DiTommaso, A. Developments in biological weed control. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 58:179.
Nurse, R.E. and A. DiTommaso. Influence of photoperiod and corn competition on reproduction, seed germination, and seedling vigor in velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medic.). Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 308 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2004). p. 89.
DiTommaso, A., C.L. Mohler, J.E. Losey, and L.L. Allee. Effect of transgenic Bt corn on post-dispersal weed seed predation in the field. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts. No. 238 [CD-ROM Computer File]. Weed Science Society of America, Lawrence, KS. (Feb. 2004). p. 69.
Major, J., A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann, and N.P.S. Falcao. Maize and weed flora dynamics on Amazonian Dark Earth and adjacent soils in the central Brazilian Amazon. Energy & Agricultural Carbon Utilization Conference. June 10-11 2004. Athens, GA.
2003Nurse, R.E. and A. DiTommaso. Influence of seed pretreatment with sodium hypochlorite on seed germination and radicle elongation in three annual weed species. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 57:123.
DiTommaso, A. and C.L. Mohler. Impact of tillage regime and weed management strategy on the abundance of annual and perennial weeds in corn. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 57:76.
DiTommaso, A. and J.E. Losey. Oviposition selection and larval feeding by Monarch butterflies on two invasive swallow-wort species. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 57:121.
DiTommaso, A. and A.K. Watson. An innovative new tool for teaching weed identification, biology and management. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 43:67.
Barney, J.N., A. DiTommaso and L.A. Weston. Growth and invasion potential of two mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) populations in contrasting habitats and under different management practices. Ecological Society of America Meeting Abstracts, 88:21.
Greipsson, S. and A. DiTommaso. Altered state of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal (AMF) activity following invasion of the non-native vine Vincetoxicum rossicum in central New York State. Abstracts of the 4th International Conference On Mycorrhiza, p. 416.
DiTommaso, A., B. Webster, D.C. Brainard, and N. Hubert. Germination of Vincetoxicum rossicum seeds collected at different times and from contrasting habitats. Abstracts of the New England Invasive Plant Summit. p.16.
Barney, J.N., A. DiTommaso and L.A. Weston. Invasion and dispersal pattern differences in two morphologically distinct mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) populations in two common habitats. Abstracts from the 7th International Conference on the Ecology and Management of Alien Plant Invasions. Invasive Plants in Natural and Managed Systems, p. 8.
2002Barney, J.N., A. DiTommaso and L.A. Weston. Field competition studies with two New York mugwort populations. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 56:68.
Nurse, R.E. and A. DiTommaso. Influence of photoperiod on barnyardgrass seed germination and seedling vigor. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 56:3.
DiTommaso, A., L.A. Weston, V.R. Walker and K.T. Hodge. Occurrence and impact of the rust Puccinia glechomatis on ground ivy in New York State. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 56:52.
Nurse, R.E., R.A. Ramirez, and A. DiTommaso. Influence of photoperiod and corn crop on velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) seed germination and seedling vigor. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 42:18.
Lawlor, F.M. and A. DiTommaso. Impact and management of the invasive plant Cynanchum rossicum (swallow-wort). Abstracts of the Northeast Natural History Conference VII, p.35.
DiTommaso, A., J.M. McCann and J. Major. Weed population dynamics and management on Terra Preta do Indio soils. Proceedings of the I International Workshop on Anthropogenic Terra Preta Soils, p.30.
Greipsson, S. and A. DiTommaso. Impact of the invasive plant Vincetoxicum rossicum on activity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal populations. Ecological Society of America Meeting Abstracts 87:358.
2001Massicotte, R., A. DiTommaso, J.P. Beaumont, Y. Bedard and A.K. Watson. Establishment of competitive vegetation cover to reduce common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) along roadsides. Proceedings of the Expert Committee on Weeds, p.46.
DiTommaso, A. and A.K. Watson. Relative intensity of intra- and inter-specific competition on velvetleaf and soybean reproduction. Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society of America, 55:84.
DiTommaso, A. and A.K. Watson. Impact of salinity on seed germination of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) populations from contrasting habitats. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 41:113.
2000Goel, P.K., S.O. Prasher, R.M. Patel, D.L. Smith, and A. DiTommaso. Use of remote sensing for monitoring growth of corn and soybean crops in the presence of weeds. International Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE). Paper No. 001094.
Goel, P.K., S.O. Prasher, R.M. Patel, A. DiTommaso, and D.L. Smith. Airborne optical remote sensing for detection of weed infestation in site-specific management of field crops. International Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE). Paper No. 0003056.
Teshler, M.P., I.B. Teshler, A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Inundative biological control of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) using Ophraella communa (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 40:28.
St-Louis, S., A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Resistance of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) to the herbicide linuron in carrot fields of southwestern Qu?bec. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 40:92.
Baloch, H., A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Transgenerational effect of seed size and a fungal pathogen, Colletotrichum coccodes, on velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) growth and reproduction. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 40:82.
DiTommaso, A., J. Choy, and A.K. Watson. Seed germination of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) roadside populations and of potential competitor species under saline conditions. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 40:17-18.
1999Teshler, M., I. Teshler, S. Stewart-Wade, S. Green, A. Watson, A. DiTommaso, G. Boland and G. Sampson. Development of a mycoherbicide for control of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale Weber) in turf. XIVth International Plant Protection Congress (IPPC) Abstracts.
Couture, S.L., W. Asbil, A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Evaluation of fibre flax performance in minimal and zero tillage systems. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 80:224.
Couture, S.L., W. Asbil, A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. Evaluation of European fibre flax cultivars for potential introduction into Eastern Canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 80:224.
Ciotola, M., A. DiTommaso, A. Letourneau, A. Olivier and A.K. Watson. Liquid fermentation, delivery system, and efficacy testing of the mycoherbicide Fusarium oxysporum M12-4A against Striga hermonthica. Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, p.134.
Baloch, H.A., A. DiTommaso and A.K. Watson. Effect of the fungal pathogen Colletotrichum coccodes on velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) height hierarchy development in soybean. Proceedings of the Expert Committee on Weeds, p.44.
DiTommaso, A., H. Baloch and A.K. Watson. Effects of seed size and genotype on velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medic.) seed dormancy and viability. Weed Science Society of America Abstracts, 39:28.

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2004DiTommaso, A. and J.E. Losey. Quantifying a cornfield cascade: Bt-corn, seed predators, and weed suppression. The 52nd Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. 14-17 November 2004. Salt Lake City, UT, USA. [0743].
2001Baloch, A.H., A. DiTommaso, M.P. Teshler, and A.K. Watson. Application of reproductive tables for the estimation of fitness in velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti: Malvaceae) grown under stress conditions. Annual Winter Meeting of the British Ecological Society. 2-5 January 2001. Birmingham, UK.
2000Teshler, M.P., S. Dernovici, D. Coderre, A. DiTommaso, and A.K. Watson. A novel device for the collection, storage, transportation, and delivery of beneficial insects: with special reference to Ophraella communa (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Annual Meeting of the Entomological Societies of America, Canada, and Quebec. 3-6 December 2000. Montreal, QC, Canada.
1999Teshler, M., I. Teshler, A. DiTommaso and A.K. Watson. Mass-rearing of Ophraella communa LeSage (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae), a potential biocontrol agent for common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.). Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of Saskatchewan. 26-29 September 1999. Saskatoon, SK, Canada

Education & Extension Publications/Presentations

2017DiTommaso, A. 2017. What’s a weed worth? Estimating full costs and benefits into control decision-making for common milkweed. Presented at the 79th Annual Cornell Seed Conference, Geneva, NY. December 12, 2017.
DiTommaso, A. 2017. Herbicide resistance: How did we get here and what to do? Presented at the annual meeting of the New York State Agribusiness Association (NYSABA) and Field Crop Dealer Meeting. Syracuse, NY. November 8, 2017
DiTommaso, A. 2017. Weeds: Love them, Hate them, Eat them! Presented at the Cornell Cooperative Extension - Erie County Master Gardener Education Day. Amherst, NY. March 18, 2017.
DiTommaso, A. 2017. Weed seedling identification: A key to successful weed management. Presented at the Cornell Cooperative Extension - Erie County Master Gardener meeting. East Aurora, NY. March 17, 2017.
DiTommaso, A. 2017. Weed seed banks: What can be done to lower their impact in our cropping systems? Presented at the Empire State 2017 Producers Expo. Syracuse, NY. January 17, 2017.
2016DiTommaso, A. 2016. Superweeds and herbicide resistance: How serious is the problem? Presented at the 2016 Cornell Pesticide Applicator Update Meeting, Ithaca, NY. March 31, 2016.
DiTommaso, A., K. Averill, S. Morris, R.J. Richtmyer. 2016. Are morningglories (Ipomea spp.) annual weeds that we should be concerned about in NY State as a result of climate change? Presented at the Musgrave Research Farm Field Day. Aurora, NY. July 14, 2016.
2015DiTommaso, A. 2015. Managing the weed seed bank on your farm: A long-term approach to weed management. Presented at the Weed Management Workshop for Processing Vegetable and Dry Bean Growers. Cornell Cooperative Extension: Cornell Vegetable Program. Batavia, NY. March 11, 2015.
DiTommaso, A. 2015. Weed identification and management for gardeners. Presented to the CCE-Erie County Master Gardeners Association. Ithaca, NY. July 15, 2015.
DiTommaso, A., Richtmyer, R.J. 2015. Superweeds and other myths about herbicide resistance. Presented at the Musgrave Research Farm Field Day. Aurora, NY. July 16, 2015.
DiTommaso, A. 2015. Superweeds and herbicide resistance: Separating Myth from reality. Presented at the 2015 Northeast Region Certified Crop Adviser (NRCCA) Annual December Training Meeting. Syracuse, NY. December 2, 2015.
2014DiTommaso, A. Agricultural invasive species. Presented at the First Finger Lakes PRISM Meeting. Geneva, NY. April 29, 2014.
DiTommaso, A. Cornell weed identification workshop. CCE-Invasive Species Outreach Program. Ithaca, NY. May 8, 2014.
2013DiTommaso, A. 2013. IPM approach to weed management: opportunities and challenges. Presented at King's AgriSeeds 2013 Forage Production Meetings - Northern region, Cortland, NY. January 29, 2013.
DiTommaso, A. 2013. Update: Invasive plants of increasing concern. Presented at the 7th Annual Invasive Species Track. Cornell Cooperative Extension In-service Agriculture and Food Systems Program. Ithaca, NY. November 20, 2013.
DiTommaso, A. 2013. Climate change and the ecology and management of weeds: What do we know? Presented at the 2013 Northeast Region Certified Crop Adviser (NRCCA) Annual December Training Meeting. Syracuse, NY. December 4, 2013.
2012DiTommaso, A. 2012. Opportunities and challenges in integrated weed management. Presented at the 2012 Pesticide Applicator Update Meeting, Ithaca, NY. March 21, 2012.
DiTommaso, A. 2012. Opportunities and challenges in integrated weed management. Presented at the 2012 Geneva Pesticide Applicator Update Meeting, Geneva, NY. April 3, 2012.
DiTommaso, A. 2012. What has been Learned After a Decade of Research on the Swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.)? Presented at the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Seminar Series. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. May 3, 2012.
DiTommaso, A. 2012. Invasive Species - Swallow-wort Update. 2012 Cornell Cooperative Extension In-service Agriculture and Food Systems Program. Title of presentation: What has been Learned After a Decade of Research on the Swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum spp.)? Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. November 13, 2012.
DiTommaso, A. 2012. Opportunities and challenges in integrated weed management. Presented at the 74th Annual Cornell Seed Conference, Geneva, NY. November 29, 2012.
2011Caldwell, B., C. L. Mohler, Q. Ketterings and A. DiTommaso. 2011. Yields and profitability during and after transition in the Cornell Organic Grain Cropping Systems Experiment. What's Cropping Up 21(2):7-11.
2010DiTommaso, A., K.S. Richards, and G.W. Fick. Reversing the downward trend of agricultural production interest - A partnership across academic units. Presented at the 2010 Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Summit. State College, PA. June 21-22, 2010. [Poster abstract 8, p. 19].
2009DiTommaso, A. The biology and ecology of pale and black swallow-wort. Town of Ithaca Conservation Board April Meeting. Ithaca, NY. April 2, 2009.
DiTommaso, A. Instructor: Biological Control of Weeds. Northeastern Weed Science Society (NEWSS) Invasive Vegetation Management Short Course. Mount Gretna, PA. September 21-24, 2009.
DiTommaso, A. Tackling two introduced vines: The swallow-worts. Invasive Species - Fighting High Priority Invaders Through Research and Outreach- Cornell Cooperative Extension In-service Agriculture and Food Systems Program. Co-sponsored by the NY Invasive Species Clearinghouse and NY Invasive Species Research Institute. Ithaca, NY. November 11, 2009.
DiTommaso, A. How can weed seedbanks be better managed in cropping systems? Presented at the 2009 Northeast Region Certified Crop Adviser (NRCCA) Annual December Training Meeting. Waterloo, NY. December 10, 2009.
2008DiTommaso, A. Effectively managing weeds in landscapes and gardens. Three-hour lecture presented at the 2008 Horticulture School and Pesticide Certification Course - Cornell Cooperative Extension Monroe County, Rochester, NY. February 26, 2008.
DiTommaso, A. Identification and ecology of weeds in organic vegetable crops. Organic Vegetable Cropping Systems 2008 Field Day. Homer C. Thompson Vegetable Research Farm, Freeville, NY. June 23, 2008.
DiTommaso. A. Plant Invaders: Ecology and Management. CALS College to Career: Opportunities to Explore Cornell University Program. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. July 14, 2008.
DiTommaso, A. Instructor: The Ecology of Plant Invasions. Northeastern Weed Science Society (NEWSS) Invasive Vegetation Management Short Course. Mount Gretna, PA. September 16-17, 2008.
2007DiTommaso, A. Impact of invasive plant species on agricultural crops. Presented at the 2007 CCE Workshop titled: Responding to the Invasion: Invasive Species and Cornell Cooperative Extension's Role in Prevention and Management. Ithaca, NY. October 9, 2007.
DiTommaso, A. Are poisonous plants to livestock and humans on the increase in NY State? Presented at the 2007 Northeast Region Certified Crop Adviser Annual December Training Meeting. Waterloo, NY. December 6, 2007.
2006DiTommaso, A. Know your weeds: Broadleaf and grass weed seedling review. Presented at Certified Applicator Training Course. Auburn, NY. March 23, 2006.
Shuler, R.E. and A. DiTommaso. Invertebrate activity and weed seed predation in Bt corn. Presented at the Robert Musgrave Research Farm Field Day. Aurora, NY. July 20, 2006.
DiTommaso, A. Impact of invasive plant species on agricultural crops. Presented at the 2007 CCE Workshop titled: Responding to the Invasion: Invasive Species and Cornell Cooperative Extension's Role in Prevention and Management. Ithaca, NY. October 9, 2007.
Grossman, J.M., A.L. Jack, J. Blesh, G. Peck, D.J. O'Connell, G. Tissier, A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann, J. Green, A. Rangarajan, E. Gallagher, and E. Rainwater. Sowing the seeds for sustainable agriculture education at Cornell University: New initiatives and student activism. Presented at the Participatory National Conference on Post-Secondary Education. Univ. California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA. January 24-25, 2006. [poster]
2005DiTommaso, A. and A.K. Watson. Weed Identification, Biology and Management. Software Program. McGill University . Montreal , QC , Canada . A bilingual (English/French) illustrated guide to weed identification, biology and management of over 100 of the most common weed species in North America . Available as a 2 volume CD set.
DiTommaso, A. Chapter 4. Weed Watch. In: Garden Mosaics Program Manual. M.E. Krasny. Cornell University. pp. 109-132.
2003DiTommaso, A. and L.A. Weston. Biological control of ground ivy using a rust fungus. 2002 New York State Ornamentals Project Reports Relating to IPM, NYS IPM Publication #418, January 2003. pp. 40-48.
2002DiTommaso, A. and R. Massicotte. Towards an integrated and sustainable management of highway rights-of-ways: Biological control of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) through the use of competitive vegetation. Final Report prepared for the Environment Division of the Quebec Ministry of Transport. April 2002. 167 p. [In French].
DiTommaso, A. and L.A. Weston. Biological control of ground ivy using a rust fungus. 2001 New York State Ornamentals Project Reports Relating to IPM, NYS IPM Publication #416, January 2002. pp. 48-56.