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Botanical Oils 
Pest and disease control, bloom and blossom effects, phytotoxicity.


   

Recent Publications

The Effect of Abscisic Acid on Tomato Calcium Partitioning and Fruit Quality.  Barickman, T. C.  2014.  Ph.D. Dissertation.

Foliar Applications of Abscisic Acid Decrease the Incidence of Blossom-End Rot in Tomato Fruit.  Barickman, T. C., D. A. Kopsell, and C. E. Sams.  2014.  Sciencia Horticulturae, Vol. 179: 356-362.

Exogenous Foliar and Root Applied Abscisic Acid Increases the Influx of Calcium into Tomato Fruit Tissue and Decreases the Incidence of Blossom-end Rot.  Barickman, T. C., D. A. Kopsell, and C. E. Sams.  2014.  HortScience, 49(9): S296.

Exogenous foliar and root applications of abscisic acid increase the influx of calcium into tomato fruit tissue and decrease the incidence of blossom-end rot.  Barickman, T. C., D. A. Kopsell, and C. E. Sams.  2014.  HortScience, 49(11):1397-1402.

Impact of Supplemental Calcium Chloride on Yield, Quality, Nutrient Status, and Postharvest Attributes of Tomato Coolong, T., S. Mishra, T. C. Barickman, and C. E. Sams.  2014.  Journal of Plant Nutrition.

Abscissic Acid Positively Effects Greenhouse Tomato Fruit Quality and Decreases Incidences of Blossom End Rot.  Barickman, T. C., D. A. Kopsell, and C. E. Sams.  2012.  HortScience, 47(9):S310-311.