Logan R. Appenfeller
Logan R. Appenfeller
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Citizen science improves our understanding of the impact of soil management on wild pollinator abundance in agroecosystems
LR Appenfeller, S Lloyd, Z Szendrei
PLoS One 15 (3), e0230007, 2020
Beneficial and pest arthropod responses to tillage and cover crop residues in organic Cucurbits
LR Appenfeller, DC Brainard, ZD Hayden, Z Szendrei
Environmental Entomology 51 (6), 1182-1190, 2022
Parasitoid Increase During an Outbreak of a Native Herbivorous Insect Following Small-scale Amur Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) Removal
RJ Mercader, LR Appenfeller, PO McCoy, T Sadikot, JL Smith
The American Midland Naturalist 188 (1), 127-134, 2022
Defoliation by a native herbivore, Omphalocera munroei, leads to patch size reduction of a native plant species, Asimina triloba, following small-scale removal of the invasive …
RJ Mercader, TJ Paulson, PJ Engelken, LR Appenfeller
Plant Ecology 221 (2), 125-139, 2020
Strip-tillage and Zonal Cover Cropping Effects on Organic Squash Production
DC Brainard, ZD Hayden, MM Benzle, M Metiva, LR Appenfeller, ...
HortScience 58 (2), 197-204, 2023
Investigating the Impacts of Ground Management on Arthropods in Organic Cucurbita Agroecosystems
LR Appenfeller
Michigan State University, 2020
Determining the effects of ground management practices on the hoary squash bee, Peponapis pruinosa, using a citizen science survey
L Appenfeller, Z Szendrei
2019 North Central Branch Meeting, 2019
The potential for an outbreak of a native herbivore specialist insect following honeysuckle removal to lead to indirect effects on the insect herbivore community
LR Appenfeller, RJ Mercader
Entomology 2017, 2017
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