Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
We have published in Nature, Pest Risk Modelling, Crop Protection, Horticulture Research, European Journal of Plant Pathology, Weed Science, Australian Journal of Crop Science, Advances in Entomology, Journal of Integrative Agriculture, PloS one, Journal of South China Agricultural University, Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, Plant Disease, Biological Invasions, and Agricultural Systems.View all
Peer-Reviewed Non-Journal Publications
As part of the cooperative agreements with USDA APHIS PPQ, the Center develops documents to prepare for the impending arrival of high-consequence plant pests. Examples include New Pest Response Guidelines, CAPS datasheets and NAPPRA pest datasheets.
New Pest Response Guidelines (NPRG) are comprehensive scientific and technical documents that are developed proactively in case a high risk exotic pest is introduced into the U.S. NPRGs provide information to be used within the first 60 days after an initial detection to eradicate or contain an invasive pest