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Vince Jones' Publications

The publications are grouped according to the type of reference: Referred Publications, Book Chapters, Trade Articles and Misc. Items. Also included are select Presentations. Click on the named tab for the category you are intested in. Most of the reprints listed below can be downloaded free as pdf files. The size of the newer reprints are generally smaller; the older reprints were scanned as 300 dpi graphic files and are much larger. The size of each file is indicated at the end of the reference and also acts as the link to download.
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This page includes articles either written/co-written by Dr. Jones or written about his research.

 

Chambers, U., N. Mills, E. Beers, T. Unruh, P. Shearer, J. Brunner, K. Amarasekare and V. Jones. Part 6: Your managemet program matters. Good Fruit Grower. April 15, 2013. read online (PDF)

Gadino, A., V. Jones, N. Mills, P. Shearer, T. Unruh, J. Brunner. Part 3. A New Tool for IPM: Natual enemy models. Good Fruit Grower. March 1, 2013. read online (PDF)

Bixby-Brosi, A., V. Jones, D. Horton, T. Unruh, N. Mills, P. Shearer, J. Brunner. Part 2. Enhancing Biocontrol: Natural Enemy Inventory. Good Fruit Grower. Feb. 15, 2013. read online (PDF)

Chambers, U., V. Jones, A. Gadino, W. Jones, N. Mills, J. Brunner. Part 1. Enhancing Biocontrol: Overview. Good Fruit Grower. Feb. 1, 2013. read online (PDF)

Hansen, M. Easier access to MRLs. Visit the DAS web site. Good Fruit Grower. March 15, 2012. read online

Warner, G. Let natural enemies play a role. IPM means managing pests, not eliminating them. Good Fruit Grower. February 1, 2012. read online

Warner, G. Focusing on tomorrow today. Learn how natural enemies play a role in precision IPM. Good Fruit Grower. December 1, 2011. read online

Warner, G. Pest Help at your fingertips. WSU's Decision Aid System provides an easy way to check on the status of pests and diseases. Good Fruit Grower. December 1, 2011. read online

Warner, G. and M. Hansen. Electronic trap saves labor. Growers will be able to monitor pests from their computers in real time. November, 2011. read online

Warner, G. Who's making the decisions? Scientists want to get pest information into the hands of growers. Good Fruit Grower. May 15, 2011. read online

Warner, G. Cutting costs of IPM: Automated monitoring would cut labor cost of integrated pest management. Good Fruit Grower. May 1, 2011. read online

Warner, G. Scientist study pesticide effects: The choice and timing of pesticide sprays can influence biological control. Good Fruit Grower. April 1, 2011. (PDF)

Warner, G. Watch out for the good guys: Biological control is probably more important than people realize. Good Fruit Grower. March 15, 2011. read online

Steury, T. 2010. Cultivated landscapes: The kinder, gentler orchard. Washington State Magazine 9(4):38-43 (PDF 1.24MB)

Jones VP, TR Unruh, DR. Horton, and JF Brunner. 2006. Improving Apple IPM by Maximizing Opportunities for Biological Control. Good Fruit Grower. 57(12) Special Insert. 8pps. (PDF 6.8MB)

Warner, G. 2010. Know your enemies: Traps showing the kind and abundance of natural enemies in the orchard could help enhance IPM. Good Fruit Grower. read online

Jones VP, TR Unruh, DR. Horton, and JF Brunner. 2006. Improving Apple IPM by Maximizing Opportunities for Biological Control. Good Fruit Grower. 57(12) Special Insert. 8pps. (6.8MB)

Vincent P. Jones

Professor & Entomologist

Department of Entomology, Washington State University Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center, Wenatchee, WA 98801

(509) 663-8181 ext. 273 (phone) (509) 662-8714 (fax)

email: vpjones@wsu.edu


 

Links of Interest

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