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Effect of soil type on growth of loblolly pine seedlings inoculated with plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. Estes, B.L. and Enebak, S.A. 200? Plant and Soil (Submitted for Review).
Tolerance of young Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) seedlings to post-emergence applications of MSMA David B. South, Scott A. Enebak and Thomas E. Hill. 2007. NZ Journal of Forestry. 11:28-35.
Methyl Bromide and the Montreal Protocol: An Update on the Critical Use Exemption and Quarantine Pre-Shipment Process. Scott Enebak. 2007. In: Riley, L. E.; Dumrose, R. K.; Landis, T. D., tech. coords. National proceedings: Forest and Conservation Nursery Associations�2006. Proc. RMRS-P-50. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
Evaluation of Fumigants, EPTC Herbicide, and Paenibacillus maceransin the Production of Loblolly Pine Seedlings. Michelle M. Cram, Scott A. Enebak, Stephen W. Fraedrich, Lew D. Dwinell, and Stanley J. Zarnoch. 2007. Forest Science. 53:73-83.
Integrated pest management practices in southern pine nurseries. South, D.B and Enebak, S.A. 2006. New Forests. 31:1-19.
Rhizobacteria associated with nursery-grown loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) seedlings mediate growth-promotion of greenhouse-grown loblolly, slash and longleaf pine seedlings. S.A. Enebak. 2006 Forest Science. 51:441.445.
Pitch canker ratings among clones of longleaf pine in an orchard correlates with Fusarium subglutinans infestation of seeds and with seedling mortality in container culture. W.A. Carey, S.W. Oak and S.A. Enebak. 2005. Forest Pathology 35:205-212.
Enebak, S.A., Carey, W.A. and Flynn, K. 2004. Managing fusiform rust on loblolly and slash pine in forest and landscape settings. Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Pub. ANR-1253.
Plant growth-promting rhizobacteria induced systemic resistance to fusiform rust in naturally inoculated loblolly seedlings. 2004. S. A. Enebak and W. A Carey. So. J. Applied For. 28:185-188.
Interaction of ozone and seedling growth after inoculation of loblolly pine with plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. Estes, B.L., Enebak, S.A. and Chappelka, A.H. 2004 Can. J. For. Res. 34:1410-1416.
Evaluation of fungicides for control of Fusarium species associated with longleaf pine seed. Allen, T.J, Enebak, S.A. and Carey, W.A. 2004 Crop Protection 23:979-982.
Enebak, S.A. and Carey, W.A. 2003. Pitch canker caused by Fusarium circinatum identified on spruce pine in Alabama. Plant Dis. 87:449.
Responses of conifer species of the Great Lake region of North America to inoculation with the pitch canker pathogen Fusarium circinatuum. S. A. Enebak and G. R. Stanosz. 2003. Forest Pathology 33:333-338.
Surface colonization of lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia [Dougl. Engelm.]) roots by Pseudomonas fluorescens and Paenibacillus polymyxa under gnotobiotic conditions. Bent, E., Breuil, C., Enebak, S.A. and Chaway, C.P. 2002. Plant and Soil. 241:187-196.
Alterations in plant growth and in root hormone levels of lodgepole pines inoculated with rhizobacteria. Bent, E., Tuzan, S., Chanway, C.P., and Enebak, S.A. 2001. Can. J. Microbiol. 47:793-800.
Influence of two plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria on loblolly pine root respiration and IAA activity. Vondewell, J.D., S.A. Enebak and L.J. Samuelson. 2001 For. Sci. 47:197-202.
Geotrophic lateral roots of container-grown longleaf pine seedlings. South, D.B., Shelton, J. and Enebak, S.A. 2001. Native Plants Journal 2:126-130.
Biomechanical pulping with Phlebiosis gigantea reduced energy consumption and increased paper strength. 2000. Behrendt, C.J., R.A. Blanchette, M.Akhtar, S.A. Enebak, G.M. Scott, S. Iverson, and R.L. Farrell. Tappi Journal. 83:65
Differential effects of rhizobacterial strain and dose on the ectomycorrhizal colonization of loblolly pine seedlings. Vonderwell, J.D. and S. A. Enebak 2000. For. Sci. 46:437-441.
Evidence for induced systemic protection to fusiform rust in loblolly pine by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. Enebak, S.A. and Carey, W.A. 2000 Plant Dis 84:306-308.
Inoculation methods for selecting Populus tremuloides resistant to Hypoxylon canker. Enebak, S.A., Ostry, M.E. and Anderson, N.A. 1999. Can. J. For. Res. 29:1192-1196.
Effects of plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria on loblolly and slash pine seedlings. Enebak, S.A., Wie, G. and Kloepper, J.W. 1998. For. Sci. 44:139-144.
Common diseases and insects found in landscape settings. Alabama Cooperative Extension System Circular ANR-1042. Enebak, S.A. and Flynn, K. M. 1997.
Histological analysis of the host response of two aspen genotypes to wounding and inoculation with Hypoxylon mammatum. Enebak, S.A. Ostry, M.E., and B. Li. 1997. Euro. J. For. Path. 27: 337-345.
Chloropicrin as a soil fumigant in pine nurseries. South, D.B. and Carey, W.A. and Enebak, S.A. 1997. The Forestry Chronicle. 73:489-494.
Mortality of hybrid-triploid aspen in Wisconsin and upper Michigan. Enebak, S.A., Ostry, M.E., Wyckoff, G.W., and Li, B. 1996. Can. J. For. Res. 26:1304-1307.
Seedling host response of two trembling aspen families (Populus tremuloides) to infection by Hypoxylon mammatum. Enebak, S.A., Ostry, M.E., and Li, B. 1996. Eur. J. For. Path. 26:245- 253.
Effect of dsRNA associated with isolates of Cryphonectria parasitica from the central Appalachians and their relatedness to other dsRNAs from North America and Europe. S.A. Enebak, B.I. Hillman and W.L. MacDonald. 1994. Phytopathology. 84:528-534.
A hypovirulent isolate of Cryphonectria parasitica with multiple, genetically unique dsRNA segments. S.A. Enebak, B.I. Hillman and W.L. MacDonald. 1994. MPMI. 7:590-595.
Comparison of Disease Management Strategies for Control of Soil-Borne Pathogens in a Forest Tree Nursery. S.A. Enebak, M.A. Palmer and R.A. Blanchette. 1990. Tree Planters' Notes. 4:29-33.
Influences of Disease Management Strategies on the Production of White Spruce in a Forest Tree Nursery. S.A. Enebak, M.A. Palmer and R.A. Blanchette. 1990. For. Sci. 35:1006-1013.
Managing Soilborne Pathogens of White Pine in a Forest Nursery. S.A. Enebak, M.A. Palmer and R.A. Blanchette. 1990. Plant Dis. 74:195-198.
Canker Formation and Decay in Sugar Maple and Paper Birch Infected by Cerrena unicolor. S.A. Enebak and R.A. Blanchette. 1989. Can. J. For. Res. 19:225-231.