Jessica Vereijssen
Jessica Vereijssen
Science Team Leader at the New Zealand Institute of Plant & Food Research, Lincoln, New Zealand
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Comparison of two disease assessment methods for assessing Cercospora leaf spot in sugar beet
J Vereijssen, JHM Schneider, AJ Termorshuizen, MJ Jeger
Crop protection 22 (1), 201-209, 2003
Bactericera cockerelli (Hemiptera: Triozidae) and Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum in Potatoes in New Zealand: Biology, Transmission, and Implications for …
J Vereijssen, GR Smith, PG Weintraub
Journal of Integrated Pest Management 9 (1), 13, 2018
Influence of the Pathogen Candidatus Liberibacter Solanacearum on Tomato Host Plant Volatiles and Psyllid Vector Settlement
F Mas, J Vereijssen, DM Suckling
Journal of chemical ecology 40 (11-12), 1197-1202, 2014
Addressing complex challenges using a co-innovation approach: Lessons from five case studies in the New Zealand primary sector
J Vereijssen, MS Srinivasan, S Dirks, S Fielke, C Jongmans, N Agnew, ...
Outlook on AGRICULTURE 46 (2), 108-116, 2017
Possible Root Infection of Cercospora beticola in Sugar Beet
J Vereijssen, HJHM Schneider, AAJ Termorshuizen
European journal of plant pathology 110, 103-106, 2004
Epidemiology of Cercospora leaf spot on sugar beet: modeling disease dynamics within and between individual plants
J Vereijssen, JHM Schneider, MJ Jeger
Phytopathology 97 (12), 1550-1557, 2007
Biorational insecticides for control of the tomato potato psyllid
N Jorgensen, RC Butler, J Vereijssen
New Zealand Plant Protection 66, 333-340, 2013
Plant pathogen eradication: determinants of successful programs
GR Smith, JD Fletcher, V Marroni, JM Kean, LD Stringer, J Vereijssen
Australasian Plant Pathology 46 (3), 277-284, 2017
Supervised control of Cercospora leaf spot in sugar beet
J Vereijssen, JHM Schneider, MJ Jeger
Crop protection 26 (1), 19-28, 2007
Root infection of sugar beet by Cercospora beticola in a climate chamber and in the field
J Vereijssen, JHM Schneider, AJ Termorshuizen
European journal of plant pathology 112, 201-210, 2005
Cercospora leaf spot in sugar beet. Epidemiology, life cycle components and disease management
J Vereijssen
PQDT-Global, 2004
Spatial pattern of Cercospora leaf spot of sugar beet in fields in long-and recently-established areas
J Vereijssen, JHM Schneider, A Stein, MJ Jeger
European journal of plant pathology 116 (3), 187-198, 2006
Ecology and management of Bactericera cockerelli and Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum in New Zealand
J Vereijssen
Journal of Integrative Agriculture 19 (2), 333-337, 2020
Laboratory bioassay and greenhouse evaluation of Trichogramma cordubensis strains from Portugal
JY Honda, IMMS Silva, J Vereijssen, R Stouthamer
BioControl 44, 1-11, 1999
Preference of a native beetle for “exoticism,” characteristics that contribute to invasive success of Costelytra zealandica (Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae)
MC Lefort, S Boyer, J Vereijssen, R Sprague, TR Glare, SP Worner
PeerJ 3, e1454, 2015
Responding positively to plant defences, a candidate key trait for invasion success in the New Zealand grass grub Costelytra zealandica
MC Lefort, SP Worner, M Rostas, J Vereijssen, S Boyer
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 39 (1), 128-132, 2015
First report of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum in Jerusalem cherry (Solanum pseudocapsicum) and thorn-apple (Datura stramonium) in New Zealand
J Vereijssen, NM Taylor, AM Barnes, SE Thompson, DP Logan, RC Butler, ...
New Disease Reports 32, 1, 2015
Non-crop host plants: prime real estate for the tomato potato psyllid in New Zealand
AM Barnes, NM Taylor, J Vereijssen
New Zealand Plant Protection 68, 441, 2015
Host plant influences establishment and performance of Amblydromalus limonicus, a predator for Bactericera cockerelli
AM Kean, MC Nielsen, MM Davidson, RC Butler, J Vereijssen
Pest management science 75 (3), 787-792, 2019
Trap colour, size, and borders alter catches of Bactericera cockerelli in a potato crop
NM Taylor, RC Butler, J Vereijssen, MM Davidson
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 150 (3), 226-231, 2014
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