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Rivard, C.L., S. O’Connell, M.M. Peet, and F.J. Louws. 2008. Grafting as a viable tool to manage major soilborne diseases in the SE-USA. Proceedings from the 2008 Annual International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emissions Reductions. Orlando, FL USA.
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Rivard, C.L. and F.J. Louws, 2006. Grafting: An Integrated Approach for Soilborne Disease Management. Proceedings from the 21st Annual Tomato Disease Workshop. Fletcher, NC USA.
Rivard, C.L., F. J. Louws, M.M. Peet, and S. O’Connell. 2008. High tunnels and grafting for disease management in organic tomato production. Phytopathology 98:S133
Rivard, C.L. and F.J. Louws, 2007. Elevation of proteinase inhibitor II (PIN II) expression in tomato as a response to grafting. Phytopathology 97:S99.
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O'Connell, S., C.L. Rivard, S. Hartmann, M.M. Peet, and F.J. Louws. 2008 Organic Farming Research Foundation Research Grant. Grafting Tomatoes on Disease Resistant Rootstocks in Small-scale Organic Production Systems.
Groff, S. and C.L. Rivard. 2007 Northeast Region SARE Producer Grant. Grafting Tomatoes in Multi-bay High Tunnels to Overcome Soilborne Diseases.
Rivard, C.L. and F.J. Louws. 2006 Southern Region SARE Graduate Student Fellowship in Sustainable Agriculture. Inducing Disease Resistance and Increased Production in Organic Heirloom Tomatoes Through Grafting.