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Southwest Florida Research & Education Center

Southwest Florida Research & Education Center

SWFREC supports thirteen faculty programs and a staff of more than 90 people. Active research programs in citrus horticulture, vegetable horticulture, irrigation and water resource management, precision agricultural engineering, pest management, plant pathology, citrus pathology, agricultural and natural resource economics, soil microbiology, plant physiology, weed science, soil science, and agricultural economics occur on 320 acres of land at SWFREC. The faculty and staff of SWFREC serve a vibrant commercial agricultural region.

SWFREC Directory

Edward “Gilly” Evans

Interim Director, Ph.D.

Food and Resource Economics Department

eaevans@ufl.edu

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3413
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Gene McAvoy

Gene McAvoy

Associate Director for Stakeholder Relations

gmcavoy@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3414
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Ute Albrecht

Ute Albrecht

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.

Plant Physiology

ualbrecht@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3422
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Ozgur Batuman

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.

Citrus Pathology

obatuman@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3408
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Jawwad Qureshi

Associate Professor, Ph.D.

Entomology & Nematology

JawwadQ@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3458
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Sarah L Strauss

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.

Soil Microbiology

strauss@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3468
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Fernando Alferez

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.

Citrus Horticulture

alferez@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3426
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Ramdas Kanissery

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.

Weed Science

rkanissery@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3455
Fax:(239) 658-3403

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Pamela D Roberts

Professor, Ph.D.

Plant Pathology

pdr@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3430
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Tara R Wade

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.

Agricultural Economics

Tara.Wade@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3444
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Ioannis Ampatzidis

Yiannis Ampatzidis

Associate Professor, Ph.D.

Precision Agriculture

i.ampatzidis@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3451
Fax:(239) 658-3403

Kimberly Morgan

Associate Professor, Ph.D.

Agricultural Economics

kimorgan@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3428
Fax:(239) 658-3403

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Sanjay Shukla

Professor, Ph.D.

Ag & Bio Engineering / Water

sshukla@ufl.edu

Website

UF / IFAS SWFREC - Immokalee 
2685 SR 29 N | Immokalee, FL 34142
Tel:(239) 658-3425
Fax:(239) 658-3403

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Dr. Calvin Arnold
Professor Emeritus
Horticultural Sciences
cearnold@ufl.edu

Dr. Edward A. Hanlon
Professor Emeritus
Soil and Water Science
eahanlon@ufl.edu

ADMINISTRATION

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Kelly Morgan Professor and Center Director (239) 658-3413 conserv@ufl.edu
Gene McAvoy Associate Director for Stakeholder Relations (239) 658-3414 gmcavoy@ufl.edu

CLERICAL AND PURCHASING

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Denise Bates Administrative Support AST II (239) 658-3424 ddbates@ufl.edu
Rebecca Decker Human Resources Generalist I (239) 658-3420 rdecker54@ufl.edu
Janice Hill Accountant I (239) 658-3450 jthill@ufl.edu
Zoe Watson Administrative Assistant (239) 658-3434 zshobert@ufl.edu

FARM FLEET AND FACILITIES OPERATIONS

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Perfecto Aragus Agricultural Assistant I (239) 658-3400 pgaragus@ufl.edu
Cindy Cortright Custodial Worker II (239) 658-3400 c.wilder@ufl.edu
Lenel Jones Agricultural Assistant I (239) 658-3400 lejones@ufl.edu
Roger McGill Maintenance Generalist II (239) 658-3400 frmc@ufl.edu
Jorge Ocanas Agricultural Assistant (239) 658-3400 ocanasrj@ufl.edu
Jose Rosas Agricultural Assistant I (239) 658-3400 josegrosas@ufl.edu
Ivan Rua Agricultural Assistant I (239) 658-3400 irua@ufl.edu

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Kevin Hill IT Professional II (239) 658-3439 kuh@ufl.edu
Marisol Sanchez Gonzalez Applic Developer Analyst II (239) 658-3435 sanchezm@ufl.edu

MEDIA

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Julie Carson Marketing and Comm Specialist (239) 658-3462 carsonj@ufl.edu

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Kimberly L Morgan  Associate Professor (239) 658-3428 kimorgan@ufl.edu 
Barbara Hyman Education/Training Spec III (239) 658-3461 hymanb@ufl.edu

AGRICULTURAL NATURAL RESOURCES ECONOMICS

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Tara Wade Assistant Professor (239) 658-3444 Tara.Wade@ufl.edu
Shourish Chakravarty Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 shourish@ufl.edu
Shelly Goodwin Data Management Analyst I (239) 658-3400 shellygoodwin@ufl.edu

PRECISION AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Yiannis Ampatzidis Associate Professor (239) 658-3451 i.ampatzidis@ufl.edu
Lucas Fideles Costa Engineering and Research Technologist (239) 658-3400 lfidelescosta@ufl.edu
Sri Kakarla Engineering and Research Technologist (239) 324-4794 charanksri@ufl.edu
Israel Ojo Graduate Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 israelojo@ufl.edu
Vinay Vijayakumar Graduate Assistant (239) 658-3400 v66vijayakumar@ufl.edu

WATER RESOURCES

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Sanjay Shukla Professor (239) 658-3425 sshukla@ufl.edu
Adam Fuerst Graduate Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 adam.fuerst@ufl.edu
Kira Hansen Graduate Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 khansen5@ufl.edu
Gregory Hendricks Engineer III (239) 658-3466 hendrick@ad.ufl.edu
Israel Ojo Graduate Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 israelojo@ufl.edu
Leo Saltaren Pazmino OPS Technical (239) 658-3400 l.saltarenpazmin@ufl.edu
Vijay Santikari Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3418 vsantikari@ufl.edu

BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMP)

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Timothy Ayankojo Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 iayankojo@ufl.edu
Gabriel Lopez Biological Scientist (239) 658-3400 jlopez99@ufl.edu

ENTOMOLOGY

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Jawwad Qureshi Associate Professor (239) 658-3458 JawwadQ@ufl.edu
Mohamed Ali Graduate Student (239) 658-3400 mohamed.ali@ufl.edu
Jean Yves Berisse Graduate Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 jberisse@ufl.edu
Xuedong Chen OPS Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 xuedo1gchen@ufl.edu
Said Hamido OPS Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 shamido@ufl.edu
Barry Kostyk Biological Scientist IV (239) 658-3457 bkostyk@ufl.edu
Benny Pena Agricultural Assistant I (239) 658-3400 benitopena@ufl.edu
Gabriel Rugno Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 gabrielrugno@ufl.edu
Esmaeil Saberi Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 esaberi@ufl.edu
Roberto Torres OPS Agricultural Assistant (239) 658-3400 r.torres1@ufl.edu
Monica Triana Agricultural Assistant III (239) 658-3400 mtriana@ufl.edu
Oriana Uscanga OPS Agricultural Assistant (239) 658-3400 uscangaterano@ufl.edu

CITRUS HORTICULTURE

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Fernando Alferez Assistant Professor (239) 658-3426 alferez@ufl.edu
Marwa Ahmed OPS Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 marwa.ahmed@ufl.edu
Daniel Boakye Graduate Assistant-Research (239) 658-3400 dadu.boakye@ufl.edu
Timothy Gast Biological Scientist III (239) 658-3442 tcgast@ufl.edu
Maria Martinez Agricultural Assistant (239) 658-3400 martinezmaria@ufl.edu

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Ute Albrecht Assistant Professor (239) 658-3422 ualbrecht@ufl.edu
Leigh Archer Graduate Assistant-Research (239) 658-3400 larcher1@ufl.edu
Gabriel de Castro Marconi Pugina Agricultural Assistant II (239) 658-3420 gabrieldecastro@ufl.edu
Caroline de Favari Tardivo Graduate Assistant-Research (239) 658-3400 caroline.defava@ufl.edu
Jasmine de Freitas OPS (239) 658-3400 jasminedefreitas@ufl.edu
Anas Fadli Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 a.fadli@ufl.edu
Franco Gustave OPS (239) 658-3400 fgustave@ufl.edu
Adam Hoeffner Laboratory Technician II (239) 658-3453 hoeffnera@ufl.edu
Bryce Meyering Biological Scientist II (239) 658-3416 bbmeyering@ufl.edu

WEED SCIENCE

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Ramdas Kanissery Assistant Professor (239) 658-3455 rkanissery@ufl.edu
Wenwen Liu Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 wenwenliu@ufl.edu
Robert Riefer Biological Scientist I (239) 658-3400 reriefer@ufl.edu
Nirmal Timilsina Graduate Assistant (239) 324-4744 nirmaltimilsina@ufl.edu
Ruby Tiwari Graduate Assistant (239) 658-3400 ruby.tiwari@ufl.edu
Indu Tripathi OPS Research Assistant (239) 324-4744 itripathi@ufl.edu

CITRUS PATHOLOGY

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Ozgur Batuman Assistant Professor (239) 658-3408 obatuman@ufl.edu
Juan Balderas OPS (239) 658-3400 jbalderas1@ufl.edu
Kellee Britt Graduate Assistant (239) 658-3400 kbritt2005@ufl.edu
Kseniya Chumachenko Biological Scientist (239) 658-3400 kchumachenko@ufl.edu
Sanju Kunwar Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400  sanju.kunwar@ufl.edu
Ana Redondo Research Coordinator II (239) 658-3400 redondo@ufl.edu
Nicholas Tezna Triana OPS Technical (239) 658-3400 nteznatriana@ufl.edu
Salih Yilmaz Graduate Research Assistant (239) 658-3400 salihyilmaz@ufl.edu

VEGETABLE PATHOLOGY

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Pamela Roberts Professor (239) 658-3430 pdr@ufl.edu
Katherine Hendricks Biological Scientist IV (239) 658-3445 jinxkat@ufl.edu
Camille McAvoy Assistant Research Scientist (239) 658-3400 cami13@ufl.edu
Stephanie Teems Research Coordinator (239) 6583400 ssteems@ufl.edu

SOIL AND WATER SCIENCE

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Alisheikh Atta Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 aatta@ufl.edu
Kamal Mahmoud Research Coordinator II (239) 658-3419 kaem@ufl.edu
Ann Summeralls Agricultural Assistant III (239) 658-3400 absu@ufl.edu

SOIL MICROBIOLOGY

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Sarah Strauss Assistant Professor (239) 658-3468 strauss@ufl.edu
Antonio Castellano Hinojosa Post Doctoral Associate (239) 658-3400 antonio.castella@ufl.edu
Emma Dawson Graduate Assistant (239) 658-3400 emma.dawson@ufl.edu
Brittney Monus Biological Scientist (239) 658-3447 bmonus@ufl.edu
Kira Sorochkina Graduate Assistant-Research (239) 658-3400 k.sorochkina@ufl.edu

VEGETABLE HORTICULTURE

NameTitlePHONEEMAIL
Diderot Saintilma Graduate Assistant (239) 658-3400 dsaintilma@ufl.edu
Jessie Watson Biological Scientist II (239) 658-3404 jwatson84@ufl.edu

CURRENT STUDENTS

NameTitleProgramResearch Topic
Mohamed Ali PhD student Entomology Management of Asian Citrus Psyllid
Leigh Archer PhD student Plant Physiology Tree Physiological Responses to Trunk Injection of Therapeutics for HLB Control

Jean-Yves Berisse

  Entomology  
Daniel Boakye PhD Student Citrus Horticulture Basis for Understanding Abscission and Managing Pre-harvest Fruit Drop in HLB Affected Citrus Trees
Kellee Britt PhD Student Citrus Pathology Unraveling the Asian Citrus Psyllid Virome and Its Interactions with Candidatus Liberibacter Asiaticus in FL Citrus
Emma Dawson PhD Student Soil Microbiology  
Caroline De Favari Tardivo   Plant Physiology  
Angelica Engel PhD Student Water Resources Flows in the Northern Everglades Basin Under Current and Future Climate and Sea Levels: Drivers, Modeling, and Management
Adam Fuerst   Water Sciences  
Kira Hansen PhD Student Water Resources Improved Food-Water-Energy-Disease-Land Nexus from Compact Bed Plasticulture for Fresh Produce
Israel Ojo   Precision Agricultural Engineering  
Diderot Saintilma MS Student   Vegetable Horticulture Utilizing Warm Season Cover Crops in Florida Vegetable Production 
Moonwon Soh PhD Student Ag Economics Multi-conservation Practice Adoption
Kira Sorochkina PhD Student Soil Microbiology Nitrogen Fixation in Agroecosystem Biological Soil Crusts
Nirmal Timilsina MS Student  Weed Science Pre-emergent (residual) herbicide use in citrus - Environmental fate and potential impacts on tree health and productivity.  
Ruby Tiwari PhD Student Weed Science

Evaluating the strategies to improve pre-emergent herbicide efficacy and crop safety in vegetable plasticulture production.

 
Vinay Vijayakumar PhD Student  Precision Agricultural Engineering Autonomous smart sprayer for precision weed management using machine vision and Artificial Intelligence 
Salih Yilmaz PhD Student Citrus Pathology Working on Phloem-limited Pathogens in Economically Important Crops in Florida

FORMER STUDENTS

NameTitleProgramResearch Topic
Timothy Ayankojo PhD Student Soil Science Irrigation and Nitrogen Management in Tomato Production Using SmartIrrigation Scheduling Model
Shahrzad Bodaghi PhD Student Plant Physiology Evaluation of Scion-rootstock Interaction in Response to HLB
Susmita Gaire MS Student Plant Physiology Preventing Young Trees from Psyllids and Infection with Clas through Use of Protective Netting
Biwek Gairhe MS Student Weed Science Glyphosate in Florida Citrus Production System: Environmental Fate and Effects on Citrus Health
Shirin Ghatrehsamani PhD Student Precision Ag Simulation of Heat and Canopy of Disease-infected Trees Inside Mobile Heat Treatment Canopy Cover
Sudip Kunwar MS Student Plant Physiology Evaluation of Different Citrus Rootstocks’ Response to HLB in Large-scale Commercial Field Trial
Clayton Nevins PhD Student Soil Microbiology Investigating Biological Soil Crusts and Nutrient Availability in Citrus Agroecosystems
Sameer Pokhrel MS Student Plant Physiology Comparison of Field Performance of Citrus Trees on Rootstocks Propagated by Seedlings, Cuttings, and Tissue Culture
David Toole MS Student Soil Microbiology Bioinformatic Techniques to Determine Soil Microbial Functions
Jessica Torres Velez PhD Student Citrus Pathology Evaluate transport, dynamics, and efficacy of therapeutic treatments, applied in citrus trees through novel delivery methods, for management of Candidatus liberibacter asiaticus, the bacteria associated with Huanglongbing.

Kelly T Morgan

Professor and Center Director, Ph.D.

Soil & Water Sciences

conserv@ufl.edu

Research Publications

Extension Publications

Phillip B Williams

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.

Vegetable Horticulture

phillipwilliams@ufl.edu

Publications

Extension

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Dr. Fritz Roka
Agricultural Economics

Publications

Extension Publications (EDIS)

Dr. Roka's publication list organized by categories:

Books, Contributor of Chapters
  • Roka, F.M. 2006. “Labor Requirements.” In Florida Citrus: A Comprehensive Guide, SP-278. D.P.H. Tucker, J.S. Rogers, E.W. Stover, and M.R. Ziegler, editors. IFAS Communication Services, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December 2006. pp. 323-329.
  • Roka, F.M. and R.D. Emerson. " Demographics, Income, and Choices: Seasonal Farmworkers in Southwest Florida." In The Dynamics of Hired Farm Labor: Constraints and Community Responses, eds. J.L. Findeis, A.M. Vanderman, J.M. Larson, and J.L. Runyan, CAB International, United Kingdom, 2002. pp. 57-66. (1)
  • Emerson, R.D. and F.M. Roka. "Income Distribution and Farm Labor Markets." In The Dynamics of Hired Farm Labor: Constraints and Community Responses, ed. J.L. Findeis, A.M. Vanderman, J.M. Larson, and J.L. Runyan, CAB International, United Kingdom, 2002. pp. 137-149. (1)
Refereed Publications
  • Salifu, AW, KA Grogan, TH Spreen, and FM Roka. 2013. The Economics of the Control Strategies of HLB in Florida Citrus. Proceedings of the Fla State Hort Soc 125:22-28, 2012.
  • Roka, FM and BR Hyman. 2013. Gleaner Productivity, Implied Piece Rates, and Implications for Citrus Mechanical Harvesting. Proceedings of the Fla State Hort Soc 125:130-136, 2012. Refereed Section.
  • Shamshiri, R., R. Ehsani, J.M. Maja, and FM Roka. 2013. Determining machine efficiency parameters for a citrus canopy shaker using yield monitor data. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 29(1):33-41 (Jan 2013).
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., K.Cushman, FM Roka, and R.French-Monar.  2013. The Effects of Hurricanes on Commercial Tomato Crop Production in Southern Florida.  HortTechnology 23(4):498-504.
  • Stansly, PA, HA Arevalo, JA Qureshi, MM Jones, K Hendricks, PD Roberts, and FM Roka. 2013.Vector Control and Foliar Nutrition for Management of Huanglongbing. Pest Management Science. 10.1002/ps 3577.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E Simonne, F Roka, K Morgan, S Sargent, C Snodgrass, and E McAvoy.  2012. Nitrogen Rates Effects on the Yield, Nutritional Status, Fruit Quality, and Profitability of Tomato Grown in the Spring with Subsurface Irrigation. HortScience 47:1129-1133 (Aug 2012).
  • Mosley, KR, LA House, and FM Roka. 2012. Adoption of Mechanical Harvesting for Sweet Orange Trees in Florida: Addressing Grower Concerns on Long-Term Impacts. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review. 15(2):83-98 (May 2012).
  • Roka, FM. 2011. Defining the Economic “Tipping Point” in the Management of Citrus Greening:” Following the Standard Protocol of Shift to and Enhanced Foliar Nutritional Program. Thriving In a Global Market, Proceedings 18th International Farm Management Congress, Methven, New Zealand, pp 157-165.
  • Roka, F.M., L.E. Baucum, R.W. Rice, and J. Alvarez. 2010. Comparing Costs and Returns for Sugarcane Production on Sand and Muck Soils of Southern Florida, 2008-2009. Journal of American Society of Sugarcane Technologists  (30):50-66.
  • Ebel, R.C., J.K. Burns, K.T. Morgan, and F.M. Roka. 2010. Abscission Agent Application and Canopy Shaker Frequency Effects on Mechanical Harvest Efficiency of Sweet Orange. HortScience 45(7):1079-1083.
  • Blanco, G., F. Roka, J. Burns, and R. Kilmer. 2009. Cost.Benefit Analysis of Abscission for Citrus Mechanical Harvesting. Submitted abstract for the 2009Annual Meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economic Association, Atlanta, GA, January 31 – February 3, 2009.
  • Iwai, N., R. D. Emerson, and F.M. Roka. 2009. Labor Cost and Value of Citrus Operations with Alternative Technology: Enterprise DCF Approach. Submitted abstract for the 2009Annual Meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economic Association, Atlanta, GA, January 31 – February 3, 2009.
  • Arthington, J.D., F.M. Roka, J.J. Mullahey, S.W. Coleman, R.M. Muchovej, L.O. Lollis, and D. Hitchcock. 2007. Integrating Ranch Forage Production, Cattle Performance, and Economics in Ranch Management Systems for Southern Florida. Rangeland Ecology & Management 60(1):12-18.
  • Hendricks, G.S., S. Shukla, K.E. Cushman, T.A. Obreza, F.M. Roka, K.M. Portier, and E.J. McAvoy. 2007. Florida Watermelon Production Affected by Water and Nutrient Management. HortTechnology July-September 2007 17(3):328-335.
  • Burns, J.K., F.M. Roka, K-T Li, L. Pozo, and R.S. Buker. 2006. Late-season ‘Valencia’ Orange Mechanical Harvesting with an Abscission Agent and Low-frequency Harvesting. HortScience 41(3):660-663.
  • Ferrell, J.A., J.J. Mullahey, J.A. Dusky, and F.M. Roka. 2006. Competition of Giant Smutgrass (Sporobolus indicus) in a Bahiagrass Pasture. Weed Science 54(Jan-Feb):100-105.
  • Burns, J.K., R.S. Buker, and F.M. Roka. 2005. Mechanical Harvesting Capacity in Sweet Oranges is Increased with an Abscission Agent. HortTechnology 15(4):758-765.
  • Wester, M.W.*, S.D. Thornsbury, and F.M. Roka. 2002. Implications of Reform in Federal Guest Worker Legislation for Farm-Level Returns. 2002 Journal of the Amer.Soc. Farm Managers& Rural Appraisers. pp. 32-42. On-line publication: www.asfmra.org.
Non-Refereed Publications (EDIS)
  • Roka, FM and BR Hyman. 2013. Measuring Productivity of Citrus Hand Harvesters and Assessing Implications on Harvest Costs and Mechanical Harvesting. EDIS FE933, June 2013,
  • Borisova, T. and F.M. Roka. 2010. Water Quality Credit Trading: General Principles. EDIS FE824. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December 2009.
  • Roka, F.M., L.E. Baucum, and J. Alvarez. 2010. Costs and Returns for Sugarcane Production on Muck Soils in South Florida, 2008–2009. EDIS SC088. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. March 2010.
  • Thissen, C.A. and F.M. Roka. 2010. Non-Governmental Organizations Serving Farmworkers in Florida. EDIS FE836. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. July 2010. 15 pages.
  • 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers:  Introduction. EDIS FE390. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Child Labor [State and Federal]. EDIS FE392. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Civil Rights and Antidiscrimination [Federal]. EDIS FE393. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Earned Income Tax Credit [Federal]. EDIS FE394. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Emergency Planning Community Right to Know [State]. EDIS FE395. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993 [Federal]. EDIS FE396. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers:  Farm Labor Contracting and Testing [Federal and State]. EDIS FE397. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Field Sanitation and Drinking Water [Federal and State]. EDIS FE399. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Florida Landlord-Tenant Law [State]. EDIS FE400. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Human Rights Act of 1977 [State]. EDIS FE401. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Immigration Reform Programs [Federal]. EDIS FE402. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Income Tax Withholding for Farmworkers [Federal]. EDIS FE403. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Migrant Farm Labor Camps [Federal]. EDIS FE404. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Migrant Labor Housing  [State]. EDIS FE405. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA) [Federal]. EDIS FE406. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Minimum Wage (Fair Labor Standards Act) [Federal]. EDIS FE407. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) [Federal]. EDIS FE408. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: OSHA – Hazard Communication Standards [Federal]. EDIS FE409. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Plant Closing Notification/Layoff Act (WARN) [Federal]. EDIS FE410. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Polygraph Protection for Employees [Federal]. EDIS FE411. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Portal-to-Portal Act of 1947 [Federal]. EDIS FE412. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Right to Know [State]. EDIS FE413. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Right to Work [State]. EDIS FE414. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Social Security and Medicare [Federal]. EDIS FE415. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Transportation – Alcohol and Drug Testing [Federal]. EDIS FE416. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Transportation – Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for Drivers of Farm Trucks [Federal]. EDIS FE417. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Transportation – Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for Transporting Migrant Farmworkers [Federal]. EDIS FE418. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Transportation of Migrant Farmworkers [State]. EDIS FE419. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Unemployment Compensation [Federal and State]. EDIS FE420. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Work Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC) [Federal]. EDIS FE421. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Worker Protection Standards [Federal]. EDIS FE422. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Roka, Fritz, Michael Olexa, Katherine Smallwood, Leo Polopolus, and Carol Fountain. 2009. 2009 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers: Worker’s Compensation [State]. EDIS FE423. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Borisova, T. and F. Roka. 2009. Water Quality Credit Trading: General Principles. EDIS FE824. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December, 2009.
  • Spreen, T.H., R.P. Muraro, F.M. Roka, and R.A. Morris. 2009. The Florida Citrus Industry: Government and Non-Government Organizations. EDIS FE812. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. October, 2009.
  • Roka, F.M., J. Alvarez, and L.E. Baucum. 2009. Projected Costs and Returns for Sugarcane Production on Mineral Soils in South Florida, 2007–2008. EDIS SC087. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. September, 2009.
  • Buker, R.S., J.P. Syvertsen, J.K. Burns, F.M. Roka, W.M. Miller, M. Salyani, and G.K. Brown. 2009 Mechanical Harvesting and Tree Health. EDIS HS961. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Revised August, 2009.
  • Roka, F.M. 2009. Compensating Farm Workers through Piece Rates: Implications on Harvest Costs and worker Earnings. EDIS FE792. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. February 2009.
  • Roka, F., R. Rouse, St. Futch, and R. Muraro. 2006. Hurricanes and the Harvesting Decision. EDIS FE 624. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. March 2006.
  • Muraro, R.P., F.M. Roka, and R.E. Rouse. 2006. Budgeting Costs and Returns for Southwest Florida Citrus Production, 2004-05. EDIS FE 631. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. June 2006.
  • Muchovej, R.M., E.A. Hanlon, E. McAvoy, M. Ozores-Hampton, F.M. Roka, S. Shukla, H. Yamataki, and K.E. Custhion. 2005.  Management of Soil and Water for Vegetable Production in Southwest Florida.  EDIS SL 233. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. October 2005. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/SL233.\
  • Muchovej, R.M., S. Shukla, I.V. Ezenwa, F.M. Roka, and E.A. Hanlon. 2005.  Sugarcane Production in Southwest Florida: Mineral Soils and Amendments.  EDIS SL 230. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. October 2005. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/SL230.
  • Futch, S. H., J.D. Whitney, J.K. Burns, and F.M. Roka. 2005.  "Harvesting:  From Manual to Mechanical." EDIS HS1017.  Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. May 2005. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/HS1017.
  • Futch, S.H. and F.M. Roka. 2005. Trunk Shaker Mechanical Harvesting Systems. EDIS HS1005. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. March 2005. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/HS238.
  • Futch, S.H. and F.M. Roka. 2005. Continuous Canopy Shake Mechanical Harvesting Systems. EDIS HS1006. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. March 2005. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/HS239.
  • Muraro, R.P., F.M. Roka, and R.E. Rouse. 2005. Budgeting Costs and Returns for Southwest Florida Citrus Production – 2003/04 Season. EDIS FE 528. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. March 2005. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/FE528.
  • Buker, R.S., J.P. Syvertsen, J.K. Burns, F.M. Roka, W.M. Miller, M. Salyani, and G.K. Brown. Mechanical Harvesting and Tree Health. 2004. EDIS HS961. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. July 2004. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/HS961.
  • Rouse, R.E., E.M. Miavitz-Brown, and F.M. Roka. 2004. Guide to Using Rhizomal Perennial Peanut in the Urban Landscape. EDIS HS 960. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. March 2004. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/HS960.
  • Muraro, R.P., F.M. Roka, and R.E. Rouse. 2003. Budgeting Costs and Returns for Southwest Florida Citrus Production – 2003/04 Season. EDIS FE 434. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. December 2003. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/FE434.
  • Polopolus, L.C., F.M. Roka, and C. Fountain. 2003. 2002 Handbook of Employment Regulations Affecting Florida Farm Employers and Workers. EDIS, FE 215. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. June 2003. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/FE215.
  • Arthington, J.D., P. Bohlen, K. Campbell, and F.M. Roka. 2003. Effect of Stocking Rates on Measures of Cow-Calf Productivity and Nutrient Loads in Surface Water Runoff. EDIS, AN 141. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. May 2003. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/AN141
  • Muraro, R.P. and F.M. Roka. 2003. Citrus Reset Analysis.  EDIS, FE 365. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. March 2003. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/FE365.
  • Emerson R.P. and F.M. Roka. 2001. Terrorist Attacks in New York City and Washington D.C.: Implications for Agricultural Labor. EDIS, FE320. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. 2001. (1)
  • Roka, F.M. 2001. Estimating Acreage of Fresh Citrus. EDIS, FE303. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. 2001. (2)
  • Roka, F.M. and S.W. Longworth. 2001. Labor Requirements in Florida Citrus. EDIS,
    FE304. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural
    Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. 2001. (1)
  • Muraro, R.P., F.M. Roka, and T.H. Spreen. 2001. An Overview of Argentina's Citrus Canker Control Program. EDIS, FE285. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. 2001.
  • Muraro, R.P. F.M. Roka, and T.H. Spreen. 2001. Grower Costs of Having Citrus Canker in Florida. EDIS, FE286. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. 2001. (2)
  • Roka, F.M., R.M. Muchovej, and T.A. Obreza. 2001. Assessing Economic Value of Biosolids. EDIS, AG 115. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. 2001. (2)
Article in Trade Journals
  • Stansly, PS and FM Roka. 2013. Economics of HLB Vector Control and Foliar Nutrition. Citrus Industry Magazine 94(6): 6-9.
  • Roka, FM. 2012. True Costs of Hand Harvesters. Citrus Industry Magazine 93(8):14-16.
  • Roka, FM and CA Thissen. 2012. Florida’s Farm Labor Supervisor Training Program. Citrus Industry Magazine 93(8):18-20.
  • Ebel, RE, T_Spann, and FM Roka. 2011. CMNP and mechanical harvesting of Valencias. Citrus Industry Magazine 92(8):22-25.
  • Roka, F., C. Asuaje, and C. Thissen. 2011. Voluntary program teaches farm labor contractors how to avoid common violations. Citrus & Vegetable – Immokalee Report. Nov-Dec 2011: 18.
  • Roka, FM. 2011. Minimum wages and implications of agricultural piece rates. The Vegetarian Newsletter, Horticultural Sciences Dept, University of Florida, November 2011.
  • Hyman, B., F.M. Roka, J. Syvertsen, R.C. Ebel, T.M. Spann, and R. Ehsani. 2010.  Popular Mechanics - Moving Citrus Mechanical Harvesting Forward. Florida Grower 103(2):20-21 February.
  • Spann, T.M., R.A. Atwood, M.M. Dewdney, R.C. Ebel, R. Ehsani, G. England, S.,H. Futch, T. Gaver, T. Hurner, C. Oswalt, M.E. Rogers, F.M. Roka, M.A. Ritenour, M. Zekri. 2010. IFAS Stakeholder Guidance for Huanglongbing (Greening) Management. Citrus Industry Magazine 91(4):6-13 April.
  • Roka, F.M. 2010. Mechanical Harvesting and the Cost of Gleaning. Citrus Industry Magazine 91(5):12-14 May.
  • Roka, F.M. and B. Hyman. 2010. Overcoming Obstacles and Making the Transition. Citrus Industry Magazine 91(7):26-27 July.
  • Roka, F.M. and R.P. Muraro. 2010. Evaluating Economic Efficiency of APS for Citrus. Citrus Industry Magazine 91(8):12-16 August.
  • Ebel, R., K. Morgan, and F. Roka. 2010. Factors to consider in using the abscission agent CMNP to loosen sweet oranges for mechanical harvesting. Citrus Industry Magazine 91(8):6-9 September.
  • Roka, F.M.,  J.K. Burns, J.P. Syvertsen, R. Ebel. 2009. Advantages from registration of an abscission product. Citrus Industry Magazine 90(3):22-23 March.
  • Spann, T.M., J.K. Burns, F.M. Roka, B.R. Hyman, J.P. Syvertsen, M.D. Danyluk, and R. Ehsani. 2008. Mechanical Harvesting:  The 2006-07 harvest season. Citrus Industry Magazine (March 2008): 27-30.
  • Roka, F.M. and R. Ehsani. 2007. Labor savings from new technologies. Citrus Industry 88(7):10-11, July.
  • Roka, F.M. 2007 Mechanical Harvesting – what’s the cost? Citrus Industry 88(7):12, July.
  • Hyman, B.R. and F.M. Roka. 2007 Field day addresses mechanical harvesting. Citrus Industry 88(6):6, June.
  • Roka, F.M. and J.K. Burns. 2007. Benefits of an abscission agent for mechanically harvested citrus. Citrus Industry 88(4):22-24, April.
  • Roka, F.M. and J.K. Burns. 2007. Needing Separation. Florida Grower 100(3):30, March.
  • Rouse, R., W. Castle, K. Morgan, F. Roka, and A. Wheaton. 2007. Why plant a model citrus grove? Citrus Industry 88(1):13-14, January.
  • Roka, F.M. and R.E. Rouse. 2006. The future of the Florida citrus industry – insights from the 2006 Citrus Expo. Citrus Industry 87(12):14-15, December.
  • Roka, F.M. and R.E. Rouse. 2006. Will Florida citrus growers take full advantage of change? Citrus Industry 87(11):20-21, November.
  • Rouse, R.E. and F.M. Roka. 2006. Canker and greening – lessons from South America. Citrus Industry 87(11):7-9, November.
  • Hyman, B.R. and F.M. Roka. 2006. New IFAS website for mechanical harvesting. Citrus Industry 87(10): 7-8, October.
  • Rouse, R.E. and F.M. Roka. 2006. Citrus in Transitional Times. Citrus Industry 87(8): 9, August.
  • Rouse, R.E. and F.M. Roka. 2005. Building value for citrus beyond the “commodity.” Citrus Industry 86(4): 17, July-August.
  • Roka, F.M., S.H. Futch, R.E. Rouse, and R.P. Muraro. 2004. Hurricanes and the Harvesting Decision. Citrus Industry 85(11):15-16, November.
  • Buker, R.S., J.K. Burns, and F.M. Roka. 2004. Can We Mechanically Harvest Citrus the Entire Season?  Citrus Industry 85(10):12-13, October.
  • Rouse, R.E. and F.M. Roka. 2004. Building value for citrus beyond the “commodity.” Citrus Industry 85(8): 13, August.
  • Futch, S.H. and F.M. Roka. 2004. Trunk Shaker Mechanical Harvesting Systems. Citrus Industry 85(7): 20-21, July.
  • Polopolus, L.C., M.T. Olexa, F.M. Roka, and C. Fountain. 2004. Field Sanitation and Drinking Water Regulations. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine, (June):34-36.
  • Futch, S.H. and F.M. Roka. 2004. 2004. Continuous Canopy Shake Mechanical Harvesting Systems. Citrus Industry 85(6):12-14, June.
  • Roka, F.M. 2004. Dollars and Cents of Mechanical Harvesting. Citrus Industry 85(5):20-21, May.
  • Futch, S.H., J.D. Whitney, J.K. Burns, and F.M. Roka. 2004. Harvesting from Manual to Mechanical. Citrus Industry 85(2):21-22, February.
  • Rouse, R.E., F.M. Roka, and J. Carson. 2003. Trailer Trash. Citrus Industry 86(4):34, December.
  • Muraro, R.P. and F.M. Roka. 2003. Evaluate the Economics of Tree Replacement. The Florida Grower (May):24-26.
  • Rouse, R.E., E.M. Miavitz-Brown, and F.M. Roka. 2003. Perennial Peanut finds its Niche in Florida. The Peanut Grower (March):14.
  • Roka, F.M. 2002. To Shake or Not to Shake. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine (September): 10-12.
  • Roka, F.M. 2001. "Outlook on Citrus Mechanical Harvesters." Citrus and Vegetable Magazine 65(13): 16, September.
Proceedings
  • Barkataky, S., KT Morgan, RC Ebel, and FM Roka. 2012. Effects of Short-Term Drought Stress and Mechanical Harvesting on Sweet Orange Tree Health, Water Uptake and Yield. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Mechanical Harvesting and Handling Systems of Fruits and Nuts, James P. Syvertsen, editor. Acta Horticulturae 965:73-82.
  • Ebel, RC, FM Roka, and KT Morgan. 2012. Field Research with the Abscission Agent CMNP as an Aid to Mechanical Harvesting of Sweet Orange. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Mechanical Harvesting and Handling Systems of Fruits and Nuts, James P. Syvertsen, editor. Acta Horticulturae 965:97-100.
  • Roka, FM, RJ Ehsani, and T Spann. 2012. Harvest Debris and Cost Implications for Mechanical Harvesting. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Mechanical Harvesting and Handling Systems of Fruits and Nuts, James P. Syvertsen, editor. Acta Horticulturae 965:159-162.
  • Whitney, JD, BR Hyman, and FM Roka. 2012. The Past, Present and Future of Citrus Mechanical Harvesting. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Mechanical Harvesting and Handling Systems of Fruits and Nuts, James P. Syvertsen, editor. Acta Horticulturae 965:183-188.
  • Iwai, N., RD Emerson, and FM Roka. 2012. Immigration Reform and Citrus Harvest Mechanization in a World of Uncertainty. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Mechanical Harvesting and Handling Systems of Fruits and Nuts, James P. Syvertsen, editor. Acta Horticulturae 965:233-240.
  • Roka, FM and BR Hyman.  2012. Mechanical Harvesting of Sweet Oranges for Juice Processing. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Mechanical Harvesting and Handling Systems of Fruits and Nuts, James P. Syvertsen, editor. Acta Horticulturae 965:241-243.
  • Salifu, AW, K Grogan, T Spreen and F Roka. 2013. The Economics of the Control Strategies of HLB in Florida Citrus. Proceedings of the Fla. State Hort. Soc., Vol. 125:22-28.
  • Roka, FM and BR Hyman. 2013. Gleaner Productivity, Implied Piece Rates, and Implications for Citrus Mechanical Harvesting. Proceedings of the Fla. State Hort. Soc., Vol. 125:130-136.
  • Thissen, CA, FM Roka, and MT Bayer. 2012. Regulatory Issues of Transporting Migrant & Seasonal Farm Workers. Monica Ozores-Hampton and Crystal Snodgrass, editors, 2012 Florida Tomato Institute Proceedings (Sep):31-33.
  • Roka, FM. 2012. Economic Arguments for and against Tree Eradication to Control HLB. Proceedings of the Fla. State Hort. Soc., Vol. 124:119-122.
  • Roka, FM, M Ozores-Hampton, and G McAvoy. 2011. Estimating Financial Losses to Vegetable Crop Production from a Freeze Event. 2011 Tomato Institute Proceedings, p:21-23.
  • Roka, FM, CR Asuaje, and CA Thissen. 2011. Farm Labor Contractor (FLC) Core Training Program. 2011 Tomato Institute Proceedings, p:34-37.
  • Gazula, A., E. Simonne, and F. Roka. 2010. Nutrient Management Programs for Fresh Market Tomatoes Grown with Plasticulture:  Economic Insights. Proceedings of the Fla. State Hort. Soc., Vol 123: 196-199.
  • Roka, F., M. Ozores-Hampton, and G. McAvoy. 2010. Estimating Financial Losses from a Weather Event Resulting in Crop Losses. Proceedings of the Fla. State Hort. Soc., Vol 123: 134-137.
  • Ebel, RC, KT Morgan, and FM Roka. 2011. Interaction of CMNP Application and Harvest Date of ‘Hamlin’ Sweet Orange. Proceedings of the Fla. State Hort. Soc., Vol. 123:59-61.
  • Morgan, K.,  A. Schumann, W. Castle, E. Stover,  P. Spyke, Roka, F.M., R.P.Muraro, R.A. Morris. 2010. Citrus Production Systems to Survive Greening – Horticultural Practices. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society122: 114-121.
  • Roka, F.M., R.P.Muraro, R.A. Morris, P. Spyke, K. Morgan, A. Schumann, W. Castle, and E. Stover. 2010. Citrus Production Systems to Survive Greening – Economic Thresholds. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society122:122-126.
  • Roka, F.M. 2009. Uncertain Adoption Despite Certain Benefits – Citrus Mechanical Harvesting in Florida. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Caribbean Food Crops Society, forthcoming.
  • Ebel, RC, JK Burns, K Morgan and R Roka. 2009 Interaction of CMNP Concentration and Canopy Shaker Setting on Fruit Removal of Sweet Orange. Proceedings of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. Vol. 122:132-135.
  • Roka, F.M. 2009. Labor Issues Confronting Florida Tomato and Orange Growers. Conference Proceedings Immigration Reform: Implications for Farmers, Farm Workers, and Communities. Washington D.C., May 20-22, 2009. 16 pp.
  • Searcy, J., F. Roka, and T. Spreen. 2008. Scheduling the Harvest of Florida Oranges to Maximize Juice Production. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, volume 121: 55-60.
  • Blanco, G., F. Roka, J. Burns, and R. Kilmer. 2008. The Economic Value of Abscission for Mechanically Harvest Late-Season ‘Valencia’ Oranges. . Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, volume 121: 61-64.
  • Roka, F.M. and B.R. Hyman. 2009. Gleaning after citrus mechanical harvesting – Labor productivity. 44th Annual Meeting of the Caribbean Food Crops Society Miami, Florida July 15-19, 2008, Vol. 44(2):172-178.
  • Simonne, E., M. Ozores-Hampton, R. Littell, K. Cushman, F. Roka, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, P. Roberts, K. Morgan, T. Obreza, G. McAvoy, P. Gilreath, and D. Parmenter. 2007. Power Analysis of On-Farm Fertilizer Trials with Tomato. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, volume 120: 191-196.
  • Halbert S, Manjunath K, Roka F, and Brodie M. (2008). Huanglongbing (citrus greening) in Florida, 2008. Proceedings of FFTC-PPRI-NIFTS Joint Workshop on Management of citrus greening and virus diseases for the rehabilitation of citrus industry in the ASPAC, Hanoi, Vietnam 8-12 September 2008: 58-67.
  • Roka, F.M. 2006. Harvesting Economics – Possibilities and Challenges. Proceeding of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. 119:198.
  • Burns, J.K., L. Pozo, K. Morgan, and F.M. Roka. 2006. Improving Efficacy of Abscission Sprays for Mechanically Harvested Oranges. Proceeding of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. 119:190-194.
  • Ozores-Hamption, M., E. Simonne, E. McAvoy, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, P. Roberts, F. Roka, T. Obreza, K. Cushman, P. Gilreath, and D. Parmenter. 2006. Nitrogen BMP Efforts with Tomato Production in Florida: Update for 2005-06 Season.  Proceeding of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. 119: 284-288.
  • Medina, L.C*., T. Obreza, J. Sartain, F.M. Roka, R.E. Rouse. 2006. Evaluation of a controlled-release fertilizer program on Florida orange production. Graduate Student Forum – Soils and Environmental Quality. Proceedings of the Florida Soil and Crop Science Society 2006.
  • Roka, F.M., J.K. Burns, and R.S. Buker. 2005. Mechanical Harvesting without Abscission Agents – Yield Impacts on Late Season ‘Valencia’ Oranges. Proceeding of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. 118(2005):25-27.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, E.J. McAvoy, F.M. Roka, P.D. Roberts, P.A. Stansly, S. Shukla, T.A. Obreza, K.E. Cushman, P.R. Gilreath, J.P. Gilreath, and A.J. Whidden. 2005. BMP Fertilizer Trials in Central and Southwest Florida. Florida Tomato Institute Proceedings 2005:8-11.
  • Roka, F.M. and R.E. Rouse. 2004. Tree Shaping and Grove Design to Enhance Performance of Citrus Mechanical Harvesting. Proceeding of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. 117(2004):117-119.
  • Rouse, R.E., F.M. Roka, and E.M. Miavitz-Brown. 2004. Guide for Establishing Perennial Peanut as a Landscape Groundcover. Proceeding of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. 117(2004):289-290.
  • Roka, F.M. and R.E. Rouse. 2004. Citrus Mechanical Harvesting – Balancing Production Goals with Harvesting Efficiency. Proceedings of the InterAmerican Society for Tropical Horticulture. 48:40-42.
  • Roka, F.M., R.E. Rouse, and E.M. Miavitz-Brown. 2003. Economic Considerations from Using Perennial Peanut in Urban Landscapes. Proceeding of the Fla. State Hort. Soc. 116(2003):339-341.
Refereed Abstracts
  • Blanco, G., F. Roka, J. Burns, and R. Kilmer. 2009. Cost.Benefit Analysis of Abscission for Citrus Mechanical Harvesting. Submitted abstract for the 2009Annual Meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economic Association, Atlanta, GA, January 31 – February 3, 2009.
  • Iwai, N., R. D. Emerson, and F.M. Roka. 2009. Labor Cost and Value of Citrus Operations with Alternative Technology: Enterprise DCF Approach. Submitted abstract for the 2009Annual Meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economic Association, Atlanta, GA, January 31 – February 3, 2009.
  • Searcy, J., F.M. Roka, and T.H. Spreen. Optimal Harvest Time of Florida Valencia Oranges to Maximize Grower Returns. Journal of Agriculture & Applied Economics 39(2):***, February 3-6, 2007, Mobile AL.
  • Cushman, K., S. Shukla, G. Hendricks, T. Obreza, F. Roka, and E. McAvoy. 2006. Comparability of Nutrient and Water Management Strategies for Seepage-irrigated Watermelon in South Florida. HortScience 41:1014.
  • Muraro, R.P., F.M. Roka, and T.H. Spreen. 2006. The “Phantom Costs” of Florida’s Citrus Industry. Journal of Agriculture & Applied Economics 38(2):***, February 7, 2006, Orlando, Florida.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, E.J. McAvoy, P.A. Stansly, P.D. Roberts, F.M. Roka, T.A. Obreza. 2005. Challenges and Opportunities with Vegetable BMPs in Southwest Florida. ASHS 40(4):1075
  • Buker, R.S., J.K. Burns, and F.M. Roka. 2004. Optimizing Continuous Canopy Shakers for Late Season ‘Valencia’ Harvest. ASHS 39(4):885.
  • Burns, J.K., R.S. Buker, and F.M. Roka. 2004. Fruit Removal and Recovery during Citrus Harvesting are Improved When Abscission Agent Applications are used with Mechanical Harvesters. ASHS 39(4):885.
  • Dorbecker, H.D.*, F.M. Roka, and R.D. Emerson. 2003. Factors Affecting Productivity of Citrus Harvesters. Journal of Agriculture & Applied Economics 35(2):435.
  • Roka, F.M. and B.R. Hyman. 2003. Weighing the Options of Citrus Mechanical Harvesting: A Grower’s Perspective. Journal of Agriculture & Applied Economics 35(2):452.

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Dr. Phil Stansly
Entomology

Publications

Extension Publications (EDIS)

Dr. Stansly's publication list organized by categories:

Abstracts
Arthropod Management (Insecticide and Acaracide) Tests
Book Chapter
  • Pepper Production Organic , pp. 165-175. In V. Russo [ed.], Peppers: Botany, production and uses. CABI, Oxfordshire, UK. 2012. Ozores-Hampton, M., Roberts, P., Stansly, P. A.
  • Integrated Systems for Managing Bemisia Tabaci in Protected and Open Field Agriculture. In: Stansly, P. A. and S. E. Naranjo [Eds.] Bemisia, Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest. Springer, Dordrecht, 467-497. 2010. Stansly, P. A., Natwick, E. T.
  • Effects of Horticultural Mineral Oils on a Polyphagous Whitefly, its Plant Hosts and its Natural Enemies. In: Spray Oils Beyond 2000: Sustainable Pest and Disease Management. G.A.C. Beattie, D. M. Watson, M. L. Stevens, D. J. Rae and R. N. Spooner-Harts [Eds.] 120-133. University of Western Sydney. 2002. Stansly, P. A., Liu, T. X., Schuster, D. J.
  • Development and Extension of Integrated Pest Management in Ecuador. In: Integrated Pest Management: The Florida Experience. D. Rosen, F.D. Bennett and J.L. Capinera [Eds.]. 1996. Stansly, P. A., Janicki, L. L.
  • IPM in Tomatoes. In: Integrated Pest: The Florida Experience. D. Rosen, F.D. Bennett and J.L. Capinera [Eds.] pp 387 - 411. 1996. Schuster, D. J., Funderburk, J. E., Stansly, P. A.
  • Role of Biorational Insecticides in Management of Bemisia. In: Bemisia 1995: Taxonomy, Biology, Damage Control and Management. Intercept, Andover, Hants, UK. D. Gerling and R. T. Mayer, Jr. [Eds.] PP: 605-615. 1996. Stansly, P. A., Liu, T. X., Schuster, D. J., Dean, D. E.
  • Expressions of Plant Damage of Bemisia. In: Bemisia 1995: Taxonomy, Biology, Damage Control and Management. Andover, Hants, UKD.D. Gerling and R. T. Mayer [Eds.] PP: 153-165. 1996. Schuster, D. J., Stansly, P. A., Polston, J. E.
  • The Citrus Rust Mite Story: a Modeling Approach to a Fruit-Mite-Pathogen System. In: Biological Control and IPM: The Florida Experience. D. Rosen, F.D. Bennett and J.L. Capinera [Eds.] 619-639. 1994. Allen, J. C., Yang, Y., Knapp, J. L., Stansly, P. A.
Book Editor
  • Bemisia, Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest. Springer, Dordrecht Holland, 540 pp. 2010. Stansly, P. A., Naranjo, S. E. [Eds. ]
Dissertations and Theses
  • Frankliniella schultzei (Trybom), an invasive flower thrips attacking vegetable crops in southeastern Florida: identification, distribution and biological control Thesis. University of Florida, Gainesville (Co-Chairman). 2010. Kakkar, G.
  • Biology and behavior of Diaphorencyrtus aligarhensis (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), an endoparasitoid of Diaphorina citri (Homoptera: Psyllidae) Thesis. University of Florida, Gainesville (Chairman). 2010. Rohrig, E.
  • Nutritional, Behavioral and Chemical Ecology of Pepper Weevil, Anthonomus Eugenii Cano, to Improve Pest Management. Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville (member). 2008. Addesso, K. M.
  • Life History and Evaluation of Triaspis Eugenii Wharton and Lopez-Martinez (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and Evaluation of its Potencial for Biological Control of Pepper Weevil, Anthonomus Eugenii Cano (Coleoptera: Curculiionidae. Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville (Chairman). 2006. Rodriguez-Leyva, S.
  • Population Ecology, Life History and Biological Control of the Pepper Weevil, Anthonumus Eugenii Cano (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville (Co-chairman). 2001. Toapanta, M. A.
  • Biological Control of Citrus of Phyllocnistis Citrella (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) in South West Florida). Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville (Chairman). 1999. Pomerinke, M. A.
  • Population Dynamics and Damage Effects of the Citrus Rust Mite, Phyllocoptruta Oleivora (Ashmead) (Acari: Eriophyidae). Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville (Committee member). 1994. Yang, Y.
  • Life History and Ecology of the Boll Weevil on a Native Host Plant in Southeastern Mexico. Ph. D. Dissertation, Texas A and M University, College Station. 1985. Stansly, P. A.
  • Natural History of a Lady Beetle in Date Groves of Niger. M.Sc. Thesis, Univeristy of Oklahoma, Norman. 1978. Stansly, P. A.
EDIS Documents
Extension Factsheets, Guides and Manuals
  • Manejo De Mosca Blanca Mediante Coberturas Vivas (Whitefly Management Using Living Mulches). CATIE, Turialba, Costa Rica. 2000. Hilje, L., Stansly, P. A.
  • Florida Corn Insect Identification Guide. . 1999. Nuessly, G. , Stansly, P. A., Sprenkel, R. K., Pernezny, K. L., Capinera, J. L.
  • Insects That Affect Vegetable Crops. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 55 -64. 1999. Johnson, F. A., Stansly, P. A.
  • Carrot Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 105-108. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N. ,, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Celery Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 109-114. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Taylor, T. G., S. A. Smith
  • Cole Crop Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 115-132. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Taylor, T. G., S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Cucurbit Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. P. 137-156. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Taylor, T. G., S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Eggplant Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. P. 157-162. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Taylor, T. G., S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Legume Production in Florida: Snapbean, Lima Bean, Southern Pea, Snowpea. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 163-170. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Taylor, T. G., S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Lettuce, Endive, Escarole Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 171-178. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Taylor, T. G., Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Okra Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 179-182. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Onion, Leek, and Chive Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 183-188. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Parsley Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 189-192. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Pepper Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 193-200. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., T. G. Taylor, S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Potato Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 201-208. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., T. G. Taylor, S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Radish Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 209-212. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Strawberry Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 215-220. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Taylor, T. G., S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Sweet Corn Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. P. 221-226. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., T. G. Taylor, S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Sweetpotato Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 227-232. 1999. Maynard, D. N., G. J. Hochmuth, M. L. Lamberts, Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Tomato Production in Florida. In: G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Vegetable Production Guide for Florida, SP 170, University of Florida, Gainesville. p. 233-242. 1999. Hochmuth, G. J., Maynard, D. N., Vavrina, C. S., Stall, W. M., Kucharek, T. A., Stansly, P. A., T. G. Taylor, S. A. Smith, Smajstrla, A. G.
  • Introduction to Entomology and Integrated Pest Management of Citrus. In:IV Curso International de Citricultura “Manejo integrado de los citricos”, Cd. Victoria, Tamaulipas, 21 to 21 September. 1999. Stansly, P. A.
  • Insect Control. In. G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Tomato Production Guide for Florida. SP 214, University of Florida, Gainesville. 50p. 1997. Stansly, P. A., Schuster, D. J., Funderburk, J. E.
  • Insect Control. In. G. J. Hochmuth [Ed.], Pepper Production Guide for Florida. SP 215, University of Florida, Gainesville. 44p. 1997. Stansly, P. A., Schuster, D. J., Funderburk, J. E.
  • Management of Silverleaf Whitefly, a Comprehensive Manual on the Biology, Economic Impact and Control Tactics. USDA/CSREES, Washington. 22 pages. 1996. Norman Jr. , J. W., Riley, D. G., Stansly, P. A., Ellsworth, P. C., Toscano, N. C.
  • The Brown Citrus Aphid-Citrus Tristeza Virus Relationship and Management Guidelines for Florida Citrus. University of Florida. 1996. Knapp, J. L., Browning, H. W., Lee, R. F., Stansly, P. A.
  • Tomato Mottle Virus. University of Florida, Cooperative Extension Service, Circular PP143. 1995. McGovern, R. J., Polston, J. E., Stansly, P. A.
  • Florida Tomato Scouting Guide with Insect and Disease Identification Keys. University of Florida, Cooperative Extension Service, SP-22. 1995. Pernezny, K., Schuster, D. J., Stansly, P., Simone, G., Waddill, V., Funderburk, J., Johnson, F., Lentini, R., Castner, J.
  • Citrus Leafminer, Phyllocnistis Citrella Stainton: Current Status in Florida. . 1995. Knapp, J. L., Albrigo, L. G., Browning, H. W., Bullock, R. C., Heppner J. B., Hall, D. G., Hoy, M. A., Nguyen, R., Pena, J. E., Stansly, P. A.
  • Eastern Subterranean Termite. In: Knapp, J. L. [Ed.], Florida Citrus Spray Guide. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida/IFAS. Gainesville. 1994-1997. Stansly, P. A.
  • Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus. University of Florida, Cooperative Extension Service, Circular 1143. 1994. Polston, J. E., McGovern, R. J., Stansly, P. A.
  • Further Studies on Detergents Phytotoxicity. Vegetarian, 92-09: 1-3. 1992. Vavrina, C. S., Stansly, P. A.
  • Phytotoxicity From Foliar Detergent Sprays. Vegetarian, 92-02: 1-3. 1992. Vavrina, C. S., Stansly, P. A.
  • Citrus Rust Mite. In: Knapp, J. L. [Ed.], Florida Citrus Spray Guide. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida/IFAS. Gainesville. 1991-1997. Bullock, R. C., Childers, C. C., Knapp, L. L., McCoy, C. W., Stansly, P. A.
  • Scale Insects. In: Knapp, J. L. [Ed.], Florida Citrus Spray Guide. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida/IFAS. Gainesville. 1991-1997. Browning, H. W., Bullock, R. C., Stansly, P. A.
  • Other Insect Pests. In: Knapp, J. L. [Ed.], Florida Citrus Spray Guide. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida/IFAS. Gainesville. 1991-1997. Bullock, R. C., Childers, C. C. , Knapp, L. L. , McCoy, C. W., Stansly, P. A.
  • Citrus Leafminer. In: Knapp, J. L. [Ed.], Florida Citrus Spray Guide. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida/IFAS. Gainesville. 1991-1997. Browning, H. W., Bullock, R. C. , Knapp, L. L. ,Pena, J., Stansly, P. A.
  • Spider Mites. In: Knapp, J. L. [Ed.], Florida Citrus Spray Guide. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida/IFAS. Gainesville. 1991-1994. Bullock, R. C., Childers, C. C. , Knapp, L. L. , McCoy, C. W., Stansly, P. A.
  • Insect Pest Management: Production Guide for Florida Chinese Leafy Vegetables. C. S. Vavrina and K. Schuler [Eds.], IFAS/Gainesville. pp. 13-16. 1991. Stansly, P. A.
  • Manejo Integral Del Cultivo De Maiz: Manual Tecnico. (Integrated Management of Corn: Technical Manual). APROCICO, Quevedo. 64 pp. 1989. Stansly, P. A.
  • Manejo Integral Del Cultivo De Soya: Manual Tecnico. (Integrated Management of Corn: Technical Manual). APROCICO, Quevedo. 46 pp. 1989. Guerrero, L., Stansly, P. A.
  • Manejo Integral Del Cultivo De Soya: Manual Practica. (Integrated Pest Management Manual for Soybean). APROCICO, Quevedo. 24 pp. 1989. Cardenas, J. V., Stansly, P. A.
  • Manual De Manejo Integrado De Plagas En Soya. (Integrated Pest Management Manual for Soybean). APROCICO, Quevedo, Ecuador. 36 pp. 1988. Stansly, P. A., Mendoza, J.
Mentioned
  • Whitefly Woes. Florida Grower 95 (8): 20. 2002. Morey, L.
  • River Growers Face Challenges. Citrus and Vegetable Magazine 64 (8): 36. 2000. Smith,G.
Non-Refereed
Refereed
Station Reports
Trade Journal Articles
Others

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Dr. Monica Ozores-Hampton
Vegetable Horticulture

Publications

Extension Publications (EDIS)

Dr. Ozores-Hampton's publication list organized by categories:

(Senior/principal author(s) = underlined; self = bold; graduate student = z; post-doctoral associate/fellow = y)

Books, Contributor of Chapters
  • Scholberg, J.M., L. Zotarelli, M.D. Dukes, M. Ozores-Hampton, G. Liu, and P. Tittonell. 2013. Enhancing fertilizer efficiency in high input cropping systems in Florida, p. 143-174. In: E. Lichtfouse (ed.). Sustainable Agr. Rev. 12. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., P. Roberts, and P.A. Stansly. 2012. Organic Pepper Production, p. 165-174. In: V. Russo (ed.). Peppers: Botany, Production and Uses. CABI. Cambridge, MA.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2006. Soil and nutrient management: Compost and manure, p. 37-40. In: J.L. Gillett, H.N. HansPetersen, N.C. Leppla, and D.D. Thomas (eds.). Grower’s IPM guide for Florida tomato and pepper production. Univ. Florida, Gainesville, FL.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.P., T.A. Obreza, and P.J. Stoffella. 2005. Control biológico de malezas en la producción de hortalizas, p. 275-286. In: P.J. Stoffella and B.A. Kahn (eds.). Utilización de compost en los sistemas de cultivo hortícola. Mundi Prensa Ediciones, Madrid, Spain.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.P., T.A. Obreza, and P.J. Stoffella. 2001. Biological weed control in vegetable crops with compost, p. 275-286. In: P.J. Stoffella and B.A. Kahn (eds.). Compost utilization in horticultural cropping systems. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.P. and T.A. Obreza. 1998. Use of compost in Florida’s vegetable crops, p. 39-42. In: Florida Dept. Environ. Protection (ed.). Compost use in Florida. Florida Ctr. Solid and Hazardous Waste Management, Gainesville, FL.
  • Stoffella, P. J., Y. Li, N. E. Roe, M. Ozores-Hampton, and D. A. Graetz. 1997. Utilization of composted organic waste in vegetable production systems. p. 1-14. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region. Technical Bulletin 147, Tainan City, Taiwan.
Refereed Publications
  • Carson, L.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, K. Morgan, and S. Sargent. 2014. Effects of controlled-release fertilizer nitrogen rate, placement, source, and release duration on tomato grown with seepage irrigation. HortScience 49:798-806.
  • Carson, L.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, K. Morgan, and S. Sargent. 2014. Effect of controlled-release and soluble fertilizer on tomato production and postharvest quality in seepage irrigation. HortScience 49:89-95.
  • Carson, L.z and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2013. Factors affecting nutrient availability, placement, rate and application timing of controlled-release fertilizers for Florida vegetable production using seepage irrigation. HortTechnology 23:553-562.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2013. Effective strategies to correct iron (Fe) deficiency in Florida vegetable crops. HortTechnology 23:548-552.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., P.A. Stansly, and E. McAvoy. 2013. Evaluation of round and Roma-type tomato varieties and advanced breeding lines resistant to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus in Florida. HortTechnology 23:689-698.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., K.E. Cushman, F. Roka, and R.D. French-Monar. 2013. The effect of hurricanes on commercial tomato crop production in Southern Florida. HortTechnology 23:498-504.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2012. Developing a vegetable fertility program using organic amendments and inorganic fertilizers. HortTechnology 22:743-750.
  • Sato, S.y, K.T. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, K. Mahmoud, and E.H. Simonne. 2012. Nutrient balance and use efficiency in sandy soils cropped with tomato under seepage irrigation. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 76:1867-1876.
  • Jones, C.z, C.W. Fraisse, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2012. Quantification of greenhouse gas emissions from open field-grown Florida tomato production. Agr. Systems 113:64-72.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E. Simonne, F. Roka, K. Morgan, S. Sargent, C. Snodgrass, and E. McAvoy. 2012. Nitrogen rates effects on the yield, nutritional status, fruit quality and profitability of tomato grown in the spring with subsurface irrigation. HortScience 47:1129-1135.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., R. McSorley, and P.A. Stansly. 2012. Effects of long term organic amendments and soil sanitation on weed and nematode populations in pepper and watermelon crops in Florida. Crop Protection 41:106-112.
  • Rockwood, D.L., B. Becker, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2012. Municipal solid waste compost benefits on short rotation woody crops. Compost Sci. Utilization 20:67-72.
  • Carson, L.z and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2012. Methods for determining nitrogen release from controlled-release fertilizers used for vegetable production. HortTechnology 22:20-24.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., P.A. Stansly, and T.P. Salame. 2011. Soil chemical, physical and biological properties of a sandy soil subjected to long-term organic amendments. J. Sustainable Agr. 35:243-259.
  • Simonne, E., C. Hutchinson, J. DeValerio, R. Hochmuth, D. Treadwell, A. Wright, B. Santos, A. Whidden, G. McAvoy, X. Zhao, T. Olczyk, A. Gazula, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2010. Current knowledge, gaps, and future needs for keeping water and nutrients in the root zone of vegetables grown in Florida. HortTechnology 20:143-152.
  • Sato, S.y, K. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.H. Simonne. 2009. Spatial and temporal distributions in sandy soils with seepage irrigation: I. Ammonium and nitrate. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 73:1044-1052.
  • Sato, S.y, K. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.H. Simonne. 2009. Spatial and temporal distributions in sandy soils with seepage irrigation: II. Phosphorus and potassium. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 73:1053-1060.
  • French-Monar, R.D.y, M. Ozores-Hampton, J.B. Jones, and P.D. Roberts. 2007. Survival of inoculum of Phytophthora capsici in soil through time under different soil treatments. Plant Dis. 91:593-598.
  • Inserra, R.N., M. Ozores-Hamptony, T.S. Schubert, J.D. Stanley, M.W. Brodie, and J.H. O’ Bannon. 2006. Guidelines for compost sanitation. Soil Crop Sci. Soc. Fla. Proc. 65:31-37.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y, P.A. Stansly, and T.A. Obreza. 2005. Heavy metal accumulation in a sandy soil and in pepper fruit following long-term application of organic amendments. Compost Sci. Utilization 13:60-64.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y, P.A. Stansly, R. McSorley, and T.A. Obreza. 2005. Effects of long-term organic amendments and soil solarization on pepper and watermelon growth, yield, and soil fertility. HortScience 40:80-84.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y and D.R. Peach. 2002. Biosolids in vegetable production systems. HortTechnology 12:336-340.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y2002. Organic materials in horticulture: An industry perspective. Introduction. HortTechnology 12:326-327.
  • Litvany, M. and M. Ozores-Hamptony. 2002. Compost use in commercial citrus in Florida. HortTechnology 12:332-335.
  • Bradshaw, J. and M. Ozores-Hamptony. 2002. Recycle Florida today and Florida organics recyclers association: Then, now, and beyond. HortTechnology 12:328-331.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y, T.A. Obreza, P.J. Stoffella, and G. Fitzpatrick. 2002. Immature compost suppresses weed growth under greenhouse conditions. Compost Sci. Utilization 10:105-113.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y and C. Vavrina. 2002. Worm castings: An alternative to sphagnum peat moss in organic tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) transplant production. Proc. Intl. Symp. Composting & Compost Utilization.
  • Ozores Hampton, M.y, T.A. Obreza, and P.J. Stoffella. 2001. Mulching with composted municipal solid waste for biological control of weeds in vegetable crops. Compost Sci. Utilization 9:352-360.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y, C.S. Vavrina, and T.A. Obreza. 1999. Yard trimmings-biosolids compost: possible alternative to sphagnum peat moss in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) transplant production. Compost Sci. Utilization 7:42-49.
  • McSorley, R., M. Ozores-Hamptony, P.A. Stansly, and J.M. Conner. 1999. Nematode management, soil fertility, and yield in organic vegetable production. Nematropica 29:205-213.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y, P.J. Stoffella, T.A. Bewick, D.J. Cantliffe, and T.A. Obreza. 1999. Effect of age of co-composted MSW [NDLR: municipal solid waste] and biosolids on weed seed germination. Compost Sci. Utilization 7:51-57.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y, T.A. Obreza, and G. Hochmuth. 1998. Using composted wastes on Florida vegetable crops. HortTechnology 8:130-137.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y 1998. Compost as an alternative weeds control method. HortScience 33:938-940.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.y, E.A. Hanlon, H.H. Bryan, and B. Schaffer. 1997. Cadmium, copper, lead, nickel, and zinc concentrations in tomato and squash grown in MSW compost-amended calcareous soil. Compost Sci. Utilization 5:40-45.
  • Hanlon, E.A., B. Schaffer, M. Ozores-Hamptonz, and H.H. Bryan. 1996. Ammonium bicarbonate-DTPA extraction of elements from waste-amended calcareous soil. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 27:2321-2335.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.z, B. Schaffer, and H.H. Bryan. 1994. Nutrient concentrations, growth, and yield of tomato and squash in municipal solid-waste-amended soil. HortScience 29:785-788.
  • Mannoin, C.M., B. Schaffer, M. Ozores-Hamptonz, H.H. Bryan, and R. McSorley. 1994. Nematode population dynamics in municipal solid waste-amended soil during tomato and squash cultivation. Nematropica 24:17-24.
Conference Proceedings
  • Stofella, P.J., Z.L. He, S.B. Wilson, M. Ozores-Hampton, and N.E. Roe. 2014. Compost utilization in subtropical horticultural cropping systems. Proc. 1st Intl. Symp. Organic Matter Mgt. Compost Hort. PRO 1018:95-102. http://www.actahort.org/books/1018/1018_7.htm
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., A. Coelho Frascaz, and E. McAvoy. 2013. Variety evaluation of compact growth habit tomatoes with jointless pedicels in a modified bed configuration. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 529:9-11. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2013Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2013Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2013
  • Snodgrass, C., M. Ozores-Hampton, A. MacRae, and J. Noling. 2013. Fumigation practices and challenges among Florida tomato growers: Survey results. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 529:20-21. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2013
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2013. Fertilizer and nutrient management for tomato. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 529:32-35. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2013 (Annual updates from 2010, 2011, and 2012).
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2013. Water management for tomato. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 529:39-42. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2013 (Annual updates from 2010, 2011, and 2012)
  • Carson, L.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, and K. T. Morgan. 2013. Nitrogen release from controlled-release fertilizers in seepage-irrigated tomato production in south Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 126:131-135. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2013-vol-126/2013-toc.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2012. Effects of solar protectants on yield and residue coating on pepper grown during the spring and fall in South Florida. Proc. 21st Intl. Pepper Conf. 21:40. http://www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/pepper2012/Proceedings.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2012. Effect of spacing and variety on yield and fruit quality of pepper grown with seepage irrigation in Florida sandy soils. Proc. 21st Intl. Pepper Conf. 21:40. http://www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/pepper2012/Proceedings.pdf
  • McAvoy, E., D. Sui, R. Raid, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2012. Bacterial spot resistant pepper trials in Florida – 2009 – 2012. Proc. 21st Intl. Pepper Conf. 21:37. http://www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/pepper2012/Proceedings.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., C. Snodgrass, and K. T. Morgan. 2012. Effects of potassium rates on yield, fruit quality, plant biomass and uptake of mature-green tomatoes in seepage irrigation. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 528:17-20. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2012
  • Carson, L.z and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2012. Effect of controlled-release soluble fertilizer on tomato grown with seepage irrigation in Florida sandy soils. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 125:164–168. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2012-vol-125/2012-toc.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and E. McAvoy. 2012. Tomato pollination in extreme conditions. 2012 Proc. 57th Atlantic Coast Ag. Convention & Trade Show 86-89. http://njveg.rutgers.edu/assets/pdfs/2012-AC-Proceedings.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E. Simonne, F. Roka, S. Sargent, C. Snodgrass, and E. McAvoy. 2012. Best management practices for tomato fertilization. 2012 Proc. 57th Atlantic Coast Ag. Convention & Trade Show 92-94. http://njveg.rutgers.edu/assets/pdfs/2012-AC-Proceedings.pdf
  • Snodgrass, C., M. Ozores-Hampton, R. Raid, E. McAvoy, and D. Sui. 2011. Snap bean variety evaluation on yield and post-harvest quality in Florida sandy and muck soils. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 124:166-169. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2011-vol-124/2011-toc.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., F. Kiran, and E. J. McAvoy. 2011. Blossom drop and reduced fruit set in tomato. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 527:16-19. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2011
  • Stansly P., M. Ozores-Hampton, and B. Kostyk. 2011. Insecticides and resistant varieties for management of whiteflies and TYLCV. 2011. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 527:10-15. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2011
  • Roka, F.M., M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.J. McAvoy. 2011. Estimating financial losses to vegetable producers and farm workers from a freeze event. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 527:21-23. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2011
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.J. McAvoy, M. Lamberts, and D. Sui. 2010. A survey of the effectiveness of current methods used for the freeze protection of vegetables in south Florida. Proc. Fla State Hort. Soc. 123:128-133. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2010
  • Ozores-Hampton M., E.J. McAvoy, S. Sargent and P. Roberts. 2010. Evaluation of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) and fusarium crown rot (FCR) resistant tomato variety in commercial conditions in Southwest Florida. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 527:11-15. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2010
  • Roka, F.M., M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.J. McAvoy. 2010. Estimating financial losses to vegetable producers and farm workers from a freeze event. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.123:134-137. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2010-vol-123/2010-toc.pdf
  • Santos, B.M., E.J. McAvoy, M. Ozores-Hampton, C.A. Snodgrass, and A.J. Whidden. 2010. Current and future needs and opportunities for the Florida tomato industry. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 527:20-21. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2010
  • McAvoy, E., D. Sui, R. Raid, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2010. Bacterial spot resistant pepper trials in Florida. 20th Proc. Intl. Pepper Conf. 20:33-37.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E. Simonne, K. Morgan, K. Cushman, S. Sato, C. Albright, E. Waldo, and A. Polak. 2009. Can we use controlled release fertilizers (CRF) in tomato production? Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 526:12-17. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2009
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., G. McAvoy, E.H. Simonne, and P. Stansly. 2008. Evaluation of TYLC virus-resistant varieties under commercial conditions in Southwest Florida. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 525:12-17. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2008
  • Simonne, E.H., M. Ozores-Hampton, R. Little, K. Cushman, F. Roka, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, P. Roberts, K. Morgan, T. Obreza, G. McAvoy, P. Gilreath, and D. Parmenter. 2007. Power analysis of on-farm fertilizer trials with tomato. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 120:191-196. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2007-vol-120/2007-toc.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, P. Gilreath, S. Sargent, D. McClure, T. Wilkes, E. McAvoy, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, P. Roberts, F. Roka, T. Obreza, K. Cushman, and D. Parmenter. 2007. Effect of nitrogen rate on yield of tomato grown with seepage irrigation and reclaimed water. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 120:184-188. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2007-vol-120/2007-toc.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, E. McAvoy, F. Roka, P. Roberts, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, K. Cushman, K. Morgan, T. Obreza, P. Gilreath, and D. Parmenter. 2007. Results of the nitrogen BMP tomato trials for the 2006-2007 season. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 524:8-13. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2007
  • Cushman, K., M. Ozores-Hampton, and E. Simonne. 2006. Yields of hurricane-damaged tomato crops in southern Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 119:234-239. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2006-vol-119/2006-toc.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, E. McAvoy, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, P. Roberts, F. Roka, T. Obreza, K. Cushman, P. Gilreath, and D. Parmenter. 2006. Nitrogen BMP efforts with tomato production in Florida: Update for 2005-2006 season. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 119:284-288. http://fshs8813.wpengine.com/proceedings-o/2006-vol-119/2006-toc.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, E. McAvoy, F. Roka, P. Roberts, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, K. Cushman, K. Morgan, T. Obreza, P. Gilreath, and D. Parmenter. 2006. Nitrogen BMP efforts with tomato production in Florida in the 2005-2006 season. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 523:16-23. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2006
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, E. McAvoy, F. Roka, P. Roberts, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, T. Obreza, K. Cushman, P. Gilreath, J. Gilreath, and A. Whidden 2005. BMPs fertilizer trials in central and southwest Florida. Fla. Tomato Inst. Proc. PRO 522:8-16. Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2005Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2005Tomato Institute - Proceedings - 2005
  • Roe, N.E. and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2004. Solarization effects on weed populations in warm climates. Proc. 26th Intl. Hort. Congr. Sustainability of Hort. Systems. Acta Horticulturae 638:197-200. http://www.actahort.org/books/638/638_25.htm
  • Ozores-Hampton M., R. McSorley, P.A. Stansly, N.E. Roe, and D.O. Chellemi. 2004. Long term large scale soil solarization as a low-input production system for Florida vegetables. Proc. 26th Intl. Hort. Congr. Sustainability of Hort. Systems. Acta Horticulturae 638:177-188. http://www.actahort.org/books/638/638_23.htm
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., and T.A. Obreza. 2001. Evaluation of in situ N mineralization of composted organic wastes applied to sandy soil. Proc. Fla. Hort. Soc. 114:342-346. http://fshs.org/proceedings-o/2001-vol-114/342-346%20(OZORES-HAMPTON).pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., T.A. Obreza, and P.J. Stoffella. 2000. Residual effect of municipal solid waste biosolids compost on snap bean production. Proc. Y2K Composting in the Southeast Conf. 19-29. http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/11/10158/1015800.pdf
  • Obreza, T. A. and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2000. Management of organic amendments in Florida citrus production systems. Soil Crop Sci. Soc. Fla. Proc. 59:22-27.
  • Stoffella, P.J., M. Ozores-Hampton, and D.T. Patterson. 2000. Potential of municipal solid waste compost as a biological weed control. Proc. 8th Intl. Symp. Timing Field Production Vegetable Crops. Acta Horticulturae 533:211-213.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and T.A. Obreza. 1999. Composted waste use on Florida vegetable crops: A review. Proc. Intl. Composting Symp. 2:827-842.
  • Stoffella, P.J., M. Ozores-Hampton, and N.E. Roe. 1997. Compost utilization in vegetable crop production systems. Proc. Interamerican Soc. Trop. Hort. 41:50-54.
  • Stoffella, P.J., Y. Li, N.E. Roe, M. Ozores-Hampton, and D.A. Graetz. 1997. Potential of organic waste compost utilization in vegetable crop production systems. Intl. Wkshp. Quality Control Organic Fert. (compost) 15-34.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.and H.H. Bryan. 1994. Effects of municipal solid waste (MSW) plant growth, yield and nutrient content on papaya (Carica papaya L.). Proc. Interamerican Soc. Trop. Hort. 38:162-167.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and H.H. Bryan. 1993. Municipal solid waste (MSW) soil amendments: influence on growth and yield of snap beans. Proc. Fla. Hort. Soc. 106:208-210. http://fshs.org/proceedings-o/1993-vol-106/208-210%20(OZORES).pdf
Extension Articles in Magazines and Newsletters
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., L. Zotarelli, and G. McAvoy. 2014. Broccoli offers winter production opportunities for Florida. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine 78(4):22. http://mydigimag.rrd.com/publication/?i=204897
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2013. Calculate composts’ contributions before application. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine 77(3):14. http://www.thegrower.com/issues/citrus-vegetable/Calculate-composts-contributions-before-application-199042191.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.2013. Formulating conventional and organic vegetable fertility programs based on compost. The Vegetarian Newsletter 582. http://hos.ufl.edu/newsletters/vegetarian/issue-no-582
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and E. Simonne. 2012. Water management - Part II. The Tomato Magazine 16(2):6-9.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2012. South Florida vegetable variety testing program. The Vegetarian Newsletter 572. http://hos.ufl.edu/newsletters/vegetarian/issue-no-572.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and E. Simonne. 2012. Water management - Part I. The Tomato Magazine 16(1):4-5.
  • McAvoy, E. and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2011. Potent peppers. Growing Produce. http://www.growingproduce.com/article/23938/potent-peppers
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2011. Vegetable variety testing program provides unbiased results. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine 75(8):1. http://www.thegrower.com/issues/citrus-vegetable/Vegetable-variety-testing-program-provides-unbiased-results-136315573.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2011. How to use compost on vegetable production. Ohio Produce Growers & Marketers Assn. Spring Issue: 6-10.
  • Stansly, P., M. Ozores-Hampton, and B. Kostyk. 2011. Insecticides and resistant varieties for management of whiteflies and TYLCV. The Vegetarian Newsletter 568. http://hos.ufl.edu/newsletters/vegetarian/issue-no-568
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and G. McAvoy. 2010. What causes blossom drop in tomatoes? The Tomato Magazine 14(4):4-5.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and G. McAvoy. 2010. Tomato bloom drop. South Florida Vegetable Pest and Dis. Hotline 5 Nov.
  • Cushman, K., K. Morgan, S. Shukla, M. Ozores-Hampton, E.H. Simonne, and G. McAvoy. 2007. Is the hot mix too cold for controlled-release nitrogen products? The Vegetarian Newsletter, February: 1-8.
  • Simonne, E., T. Salame, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2006. Vegetable BMP website: A quick resource from those involved in the BMP program for vegetables in Florida. The Vegetarian Newsletter, December: 1-2.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., D. Rockwood, and P. Stansly. 2004. Demonstrating applications for compost utilization. Renewable News, January: 12.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and L Davidson. 2003. Field studies for elementary teachers in worm composting. Renewable News, April: 8.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and G. Yilmaz. 2003. Composting of yard trimmings in Collier County. Renewable News, August: 6.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2002. Parrot jungle and compost: A new landscape. Renewable News, April: 26.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., N. Roe, and H.H. Bryan. 2002. Training in production and utilization of composted waste materials to improve soils for horticultural cropping systems. Renewable News, December: 13.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and T.A. Obreza. 2001. Immature compost used for biological weed control. Renewable News, January: 8.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M.and T.A. Obreza. 2000. Evaluation of mineralization of composted organic wastes applied to sandy soils. Renewable News, August: 4.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2000. Yard trimming-biosolids co-compost as a substitute for sphagnum peat moss in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) transplant media. Renewable News April: 6.
  • Stansly, P.A., B. McSorley, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 1999. Management of root-knot nematode in organic production. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine 3:11-12.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., T. A. Obreza, and P.J. Stoffella. 1998. Immature compost used for biological weed control. Citrus & Vegetable Magazine 3:12-14.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 1997. Control disease with compost. Amer. Veg. Growers Magazine. 2:28-30.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., H.H. Bryan, and R. McMillan, Jr. 1994. Suppressing disease in field crops. BioCycle 25:60-61.
Abstracts
  • Snodgrass, Crystal A. and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2014. Evaluation of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus resistant (TYLCV-R) varieties and advanced breeding lines in Florida. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://ashs.confex.com/ashs/2014/webprogram/Paper19222.html
  • Coelho Frasca, A.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, J. Scott, C. Stanley, and E. McAvoy. 2014. Variety evaluation of compact growth habit tomatoes with jointless pedicels for the Florida mature-green fresh market. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://abstracts.ashs.org/2014/abs/abs_14_18124.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2014. Large-scale organic vegetable production in Florida. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://abstracts.ashs.org/2014/abs/abs_14_19904.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., C. Snodgrass, and K.T. Morgan. 2013. Potassium requirements for optimum yield and fruit quality of mature-green tomatoes in Florida. Amer. Soc. Agron. https://scisoc.confex.com/crops/2013am/webprogram/Paper82419.html
  • Carson, L.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, and K.T. Morgan. 2013. Nitrogen release from controlled release fertilizer in seepage-irrigated tomato production in south Florida. Amer. Soc. Agron. https://scisoc.confex.com/crops/2013am/webprogram/Paper82359.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and X. Zhao. 2013. Effect of grafting on Roma-type tomato production in Southwest Florida. HortScience 48:S316 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://archives.ashs.org/downloads/supplement/2013SR-ASHS_AnnualMtg.pdf
  • Carson, L.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, and K.T. Morgan. 2013. Nitrogen rate effect using a hybrid controlled-release and soluble fertilizer program on tomato production in South Florida. HortScience 48:S44-S45 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://archives.ashs.org/downloads/supplement/2013SR-ASHS_AnnualMtg.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E. Simonne, F. Roka, K. Morgan, S. Sargent, C. Snodgrass, and E. McAvoy. 2013. Nitrogen rates effects on yields and profitability of tomato with subsurface irrigation in Florida. HortScience 48:S43-S44 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://archives.ashs.org/downloads/supplement/2013SR-ASHS_AnnualMtg.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., L. Zotarelli, G. McAvoy, and D. Gergela. 2013. Opportunities for broccoli production in Florida. HortScience 48:S39 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://archives.ashs.org/downloads/supplement/2013SR-ASHS_AnnualMtg.pdf
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2013. Nutrient budget for fruit and vegetables based on compost and inorganic fertilizer. 21st U.S. Composting Council Annu. Conf. & Tradeshow. http://compostingcouncil.org/admin/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/673-USCC2012.pdf
  • Carson, L.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, and J.B. Sartain. 2012. Controlled-release fertilizer drying methods effect on nitrogen recovery analysis. HortScience 47:S320 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://ashs.confex.com/ashs/2012/webprogram/Paper10802.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2012. Effective strategies to temporarily correct Fe deficiency in Florida. HortScience 47:S115 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Conf. http://ashs.confex.com/ashs/2012/webprogram/Paper10161.html
  • Carson, L.z, M. Ozores-Hampton, and J.B. Sartain. 2012. Effect of controlled-release fertilizer drying method on nitrogen recovery. Proc. Inaugural South Florida Graduate Res. Symp. 1:21. http://flrec.ifas.ufl.edu/pdfs/2012researchsymposium.pdf
  • Snodgrass, C. and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2011. Snap bean variety evaluations on yields and postharvest quality in Florida. HortScience 46:S226 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://ashs.confex.com/ashs/2011/webprogram/Paper7059.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2011. How to develop a fertility program for vegetables that is based on organic amendments and inorganic fertilizer. HortScience 46:S80 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://ashs.confex.com/ashs/2011/webprogram/Paper6905.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2010. Reducing water quality impacts from horticulture crop production. HortScience 45:S22 Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Annu. Conf. http://ashs.confex.com/ashs/2010/webprogram/Session2525.html
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., P. Stansly, E.H. Simonne, and E. McAvoy. 2009. Screening varieties for resistance to tomato yellow leaf curl virus. HortScience 44:1056-1057.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, P. Gilreath, G. McAvoy, S. Sargent, D. McClure, T. Wilkes, and K. Morgan. 2008. Effect of nitrogen rates on yield and quality of tomato grown in the spring with sub-surface (seepage) irrigation. HortScience 43:1157-1158.
  • Pinto, L., M. Ozores-Hampton, and B. Pinilla. 2008. Evaluation of the levels of resistance to the fungicide iprodione in isolates of Botrytis cinerea in nectarines. HortScience 43:1253-1254.
  • Sato, S., K.T. Morgan, M. Ozores-Hampton, and E.H. Simonne. 2008. Spatial and temporal distribution in sandy soils with seepage irritation: II. Phosphorus and potassium. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Ann. Mtg. https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/sssaj/abstracts/73/3/1053?show-t-%20%20f=tables&wrapper=no?access=0&view=article
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E.H. Simonne, E. McAvoy, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, F. Roka, T. Obreza, K. Cushman, P. Gilreath, D. Parmenter, and K Morgan. 2007. Evaluation and analysis of fertilizer rates for Florida tomato: Production in the context of Best Management Practices. HortScience 42:879.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2007. The use of organic certified compost in the production of food and fiber. 15th U.S. Composting Council Annu. Conf. & Tradeshow. Book of Abstr. p, 45.
  • Simonne, E.H., R. Hochmuth, G. Hochmuth, D. Studstill, and M.P. Ozores-Hampton. 2007. Development of a nitrogen fertigation program for grape tomato. HortScience 42:879-880.
  • Simonne, E.H., M. Ozores-Hampton, R. Littell, M. Brennan, and A. Gazula. 2007. So, you wanted to accept the null hypothesis? Analysis and interpretation of fertilizer trials in the BMP era. HortScience 42:440.
  • Sato, S., M. Ozores-Hampton, and K.T. Morgan. 2006. Nitrogen spatial distribution in a sandy soil cropped with tomatoes under seepage irrigation. 18th World Congr. Soil Sci. 153:40. https://crops.confex.com/crops/wc2006/techprogram/P18509.HTM
  • Rockwood, D.L., B. Becker, M. Ozores-Hampton, and P.A. Stansly. 2006. Compost benefits for short rotation woody crops. 14th U.S. Composting Council Ann. Conf. & Tradeshow. Book of Abstr. p, 43.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2006. Using organic amendments in citrus production. 14th U.S. Composting Council Annu. Conf. & Tradeshow. Book of Abstr. p, 43.
  • Cushman, K., M. Ozores-Hampton, E. Simonne, E. McAvoy, D. Parmenter, and T. Olczyk, 2006. Impact of hurricanes on vegetable crops in South Florida. HortScience 41:986.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E. Simonne, E. McAvoy, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, F. Roka, T. Obreza, K. Cushman, P. Gilreath, and D. Parmenter. 2006. Update in nitrogen BMP efforts with tomato production in Florida. HortScience 41:994-995.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and B. Mardones. 2006. The use of worm casting as an alternative to sphagnum peat moss in tomato (Lycopersicom esculentum Mill.) transplant production in Chile. HortScience 41:1023.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., E. Simonne, E. McAvoy, P. Stansly, S. Shukla, P. Roberts, F. Roka, and T. Obreza. 2005. Challenges and opportunities with vegetable BMPs in southwest Florida. HortScience 40:1075.
  • O’ Ryan, J. and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2005. The Chilean organic wine industry. HortScience 40:1072.
  • Riffo, O. and.M. Ozores-Hampton 2005. Use of food waste compost in ornamental plant production in Florida. HortScience 40:1006.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2005. Food recovery and recycling hierarchy in Sarasota County Florida. 13th U.S. Composting Council Annu. Conf. & Tradeshow. Book of Abstr. p, 56.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2004. Survey of compost by South Florida vegetable growers. HortScience 39:236.
  • Obreza T.A., M. Ozores-Hampton, T. Hanselman, and D. Graetz. 2004. Integrating biosolids and poultry manure into Florida citrus fertilization programs. Sustainable Land Application Conf. Book of Abstr. p, 115.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., P. A. Stansly, and T.A. Obreza. 2004. Biosolids and soil solarization effects on bell pepper (Capsicum annuum) production and soil fertility in a sustainable production system. Sustainable Land Application Conf. Book of Abstr. p, 116.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., L. Davidson, T. Salame, and F. Vidal. 2003. Train the trainer workshops and field studies for elementary teachers in worm composting. HortScience 38:728.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., N.E. Roe, E. Hanlon, and C. Gardner. 2003. Training in compost production and utilization: An educational experience. HortScience 38:728.
  • Roe, N.E. and M. Ozores-Hampton. 2003. Compost application increases some soil microbiological populations. HortScience 38:728.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., H.H. Bryan, and N.E. Roe. 2002. Training in production and utilization of composted waste materials to improve soils for horticultural cropping systems. Composting in the Southeast Conf. & Expo. p, 40. http://www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/compost/abstract.pdf
  • Roe, N.E., M. Ozores-Hampton and P.A. Stansly. 2002. Solarization effects on weed populations in warm climates. 26th Intl. Hort. Congr. Intl. Soc. Hort. Sci. Acta Hort. 638. http://www.actahort.org/books/638/638_25.htm
  • Ozores-Hampton M., N.E. Roe, R. McSorley, T.A. Obreza, P.A. Stansly, and D.O. Chellemi. 2002. Long term large scale soil solarization as a low-input production system for Florida vegetables. 26th Intl. Hort. Congr. Intl. Soc. Hort. Sci. Acta Hort. 638. http://www.actahort.org/books/638/638_23.htm
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., N.E. Roe, R. McSorley, D.O. Chellemi, P.A. Stansly, and T.A. Obreza. 2001. Soil solarization affects weed and nematode populations in a large-scale vegetable production system. HortScience 36:474.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2001. From waste reduction to resource utilization: Use of compost in California crops. HortScience 36:518.
  • Roe, N., M. Ozores-Hampton, T.A. Obreza, R. McSorley, and P. Stansly. 2001. Pepper plant growth and yield in alternative production systems. HortScience 36:474.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., P. A. Stansly, and T. A. Obreza. 2000. Biosolids and soil solarization effects on bell pepper (Capsicum annuum) production and soil fertility in a sustainable production system. HortScience 35:443.
  • Carrington, M., M. Ozores-Hampton, and J.J. Mullahey. 2000. Effects of nitrogen fertilization on saw palmetto (Serenoa repens). HortScience 35:455.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 2000. Organic materials in horticulture: An industry perspective. HortScience 35:373.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., T.A. Obreza and G. Hochmuth. 1999. Composted waste use on Florida vegetable crops. Intl. Composting Symp. Book of Abstr. p, 43.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and T.A. Obreza. 1999. Evaluation of in situ N mineralization of composted organic wastes applied to sandy soil. HortScience 34:486.
  • McSorley, R., M. Ozores-Hampton, P.A. Stansly, and J.M. Conner. 1999. Nematode management in organic production. 31st Organization Nematol. Tropic. Amer. Annu. Mtg. 30:33.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., C. Vavrina, and T.A. Obreza. 1998. Yard trimmings-biosolids co-compost can substitute for sphagnum peat moss in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) transplant media. HortScience 33:488.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., T.A. Obreza, P.J. Stoffella, and G.E. Fitzpatrick. 1997. Utilization of municipal solid waste compost mulch for weed control. Amer. Soc. Agron., Crop Sci. Soc. Amer., Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., Agrono Annu. Mtg. Book of Abstr. p, 55.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., T.A. Obreza, P.J. Stoffella, and D.A. Graetz. 1997. Utilization of municipal solid waste-biosolids compost as an alternative weed control agent in commercial vegetable production systems. Weed Sci. Soc. Amer. 37:78.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., T.A. Obreza, P.J. Stoffella, and D.A. Graetz. 1997. Immature compost as potential biological weed control agent in commercial vegetable production systems. Beneficial co-utilization of agricultural municipal and industrial by-products, 22nd Beltsville Symp. Book of Abstr. p, 42.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., T.A. Bewick, P.J. Stoffella, D.J. Cantliffe, and T.A. Obreza. 1996. Municipal solid waste (MSW) compost maturity influence on weed seed germination. HortScience 31:577.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 1996. Weed control consideration in compost production and use. HortScience 31:698.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. 1996. The marketplace of herbs, spices, and medicinal plants in the United States. HortScience 31:547.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and H.H. Bryan. 1995. Effects of municipal solid waste (MSW) compost on growth, yield and soil analysis of papaya (Carica papaya L.). HortScience 30:843.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and H.H. Bryan. 1994. Influence of municipal solid waste (MSW) compost on growth, yield, and heavy metal content of tomato. HortScience 29:451.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and H.H. Bryan. 1994. Efecto de compost de desperdicios municipales solidos (DMS) en crecimiento, rendimiento y nutrimiento en papayas. Interamerican Soc. Trop. Hort. Book of Abstr. p, 34.
  • Ozores-Hampton, M. and H.H. Bryan. 1993. Effect of amending soil with municipal solid waste (MSW) compost on yield of bell pepper and eggplant. HortScience 28:463.
  • Bryan, H.H., B. Schaffer, and M. Ozores-Hampton. 1992. Effects of amending soil with processed municipal waste on growth and yield of tomato. HortScience 27:614.
Plant Disease Management Reports
  • Ozores-Hampton, M., R.N. Raid, E. McAvoy, and D. Sui. 2010. Evaluation of radish varieties for resistance to bacterial leaf spot, spring 2010. Plant Dis. Mgt. Rpt. 5:V014.
  • Raid, R.N., M. Ozores-Hampton, E. McAvoy, and D. Sui. 2010. Evaluation of bell pepper varieties for resistance to bacterial leaf spot in Southwest Florida, spring 2010. Plant Dis. Mgt. Rpt. 5:V012.
  • Raid, R.N., E. McAvoy, M. Ozores-Hampton, D. Sui. Fungicidal efficacy in the management of northern corn leaf blight on sweet corn, spring 2010. Plant Dis. Mgt. Rpt. 5:V029.
  • Raid, R.N., E. McAvoy, M. Ozores-Hampton, D. Sui. 2010. Comparison of bell pepper varieties for resistance to bacterial leaf spot, spring 2010. Plant Dis. Mgt. Rpt. 5:V011.
  • Raid, R.N., E. McAvoy, M. Ozores-Hampton, and D. Sui. 2010. Evaluation of jalapeno varieties for resistance to bacterial leaf spot, spring 2010. Plant Dis. Mgt. Rpt. 5:V010.
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