Some of our recent publications:
Sideman, RG. 2017. Chapter 4, Rowcovers, in A Guide to the Manufacture, Performance and Potential of Plastics in Agriculture, ed. M. Orzolek, Elsevier Publishing. 350 pgs.
Hodgdon, E, ND Warren, RG Smith, and RG Sideman. 2016. Multi-functional assessment of cover crops for a short-season northern winter niche: in-season and carryover effects on productivity in weed suppression. Agronomy Journal 108(4):1624-1635.
Loy, J., J Bonina-Noseworthy, J Curran-Celentano, RG Sideman, and D Kopsell. 2016. Carotenoid concentration and composition in winter squash: Variability associated with different cultigens, harvest dates, and storage times. HortScience 51(5):472-480.
Yoong, F-Y, LK O’Brien, MJ Truco, H Huo, RG Sideman, R Hayes, RW Michelmore, and KJ Bradford. 2016. Genetic variation for lettuce seed germination thermotolerance is associated with temperature-sensitive regulation of ETHYLENE RESPONSE FACTOR1 (ERF1). Plant Physiology 170(1):472-488.
Hodgdon, E, JB Noseworthy, and RG Sideman. 2015. ‘Rambling Rose’: A pink-fruited cherry tomato for hanging basket production. HortScience 50(8):1255-1256.
Sideman RG. 2015. Performance of sweetpotato cultivars grown using biodegradable black plastic mulch in New Hampshire. HortTechnology 25(3):412-416.
Warren, N, RG Sideman and RG Smith. 2015. Performance of high tunnel tomato cultivars in Northern New England. HortTechnology 25(1):139-146.
Warren, N, RG Smith, and RG Sideman. 2015. Effects of living mulch and fertilizer on the performance of broccoli in plasticulture. HortScience 50(2):218-224.
Sideman RG, A Brown, R Hazzard and H Bryant. 2014. Production of bulbing onion overwintered in NH with protection by low tunnels. HortTechnology 24(6):655-662.
Simko I, RJ Hayes, CT Bull, B Mou, Y Luo, MA Trent, AJ Atallah, EJ Ryder, and RG Sideman. 2014. Characterization and performance of sixteen new inbred lines of lettuce. HortScience 49(5):679-687.
Simko I, G Rauscher, RG Sideman, JD McCreight and RJ Hayes. 2014. Evaluation and QTL mapping of resistance to powdery mildew in lettuce. Plant Pathology 63: 344-353.
Martin CM and Sideman RG. 2012. Survival and yields of fall-planted winter sprouting broccoli grown in high tunnels for spring harvest in the Northeastern United States. HortTechnology 22(3): 345-352.
Simko I, Hayes RJ, Subbarao KV and Sideman RG. 2010. SM09A and SM09B: Romaine lettuce breeding lines with resistance to dieback and improved shelf-life. HortScience 45(4):1-3.
Takeda F, Demchak K, Warmund MR, Handley DT, Grube R, and Feldhake C 2008. Rowcovers improve winter survival and production of Western trailing ‘Siskiyou’ blackberry in the Eastern United States. HortTechnology 18(4):575-582.
Hayes, RJ, Vallad GE, Qin Q-M, Grube RC and Subbarao KV 2007. Variation for resistance to Verticillium wilt in lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.). Plant Disease 91:439-445.
Vallad GE, Qin Q-M, Grube RC, Hayes RJ and Subbarao KV 2006. Characterization of race-specific interactions among isolates of Verticillium dahliae pathogenic on lettuce. Phytopathology 96:1380-1387.
Grube RC and Ochoa OE 2005. Comparative genetic analysis of field resistance to downy mildew in the lettuce cultivars ‘Iceberg’ and ‘Grand Rapids’. Euphytica 142(3):205-215.
Grube RC, Wintermantel WM, Hand P, Aburomia R, Pink DAC, and Ryder EJ 2005. Genetic analysis and mapping of resistance to lettuce dieback, a soilborne disease caused by tombusviruses. Theor Appl Genet 110 (2):259-268.
Grube RC and Ryder EJ 2004. Identification of germplasm with genetic resistance to drop caused by Sclerotinia minor. JASHS 129 (1):70-76.
Grube RC and Ryder EJ 2003. Romaine lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) breeding lines with resistance to lettuce dieback. HortScience 38 (4):627-628.