1992 - Fellow of the American Phytopathological Society
Harry A. J. Hoitink focuses on Compost, Botany, Horticulture, Agronomy and Waste management. Harry A. J. Hoitink undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Compost and Treatment process in his work. Harry A. J. Hoitink combines subjects such as Gene expression and Xanthomonas with his study of Botany.
His work on Inoculation as part of his general Horticulture study is frequently connected to Cultural control, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His work deals with themes such as Sawdust and Nutrient, which intersect with Agronomy. His study in Waste management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Resource, Biodegradation and Environmental impact assessment.
Harry A. J. Hoitink mainly focuses on Compost, Agronomy, Botany, Horticulture and Pythium. The concepts of his Compost study are interwoven with issues in Inoculation, Biological pest control and Manure. His Agronomy research focuses on subjects like Organic matter, which are linked to Decomposition.
The Horticulture study combines topics in areas such as Host and Respirometry. His Pythium study which covers Root rot that intersects with Phycomycetes. His studies in Damping off integrate themes in fields like Rhizosphere, Species diversity and Rhizoctonia.
Harry A. J. Hoitink spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Compost, Horticulture, Botany and Manure. Harry A. J. Hoitink has researched Agronomy in several fields, including Biosolids and Inoculation. His work carried out in the field of Compost brings together such families of science as Microbial inoculant, Biotechnology, Soil fertility and Agricultural science.
His Horticulture research incorporates themes from Sawdust and Host. His Trichoderma and Potting soil study in the realm of Botany connects with subjects such as Composition. Harry A. J. Hoitink has included themes like Thielaviopsis, Rhizoctonia solani and Pythium in his Biological pest control study.
Harry A. J. Hoitink mainly investigates Botany, Trichoderma, Horticulture, Pathogenesis-related protein and Abiotic stress. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phytophthora citricola, Host and Phytophthora citrophthora in addition to Botany. His research on Trichoderma often connects related areas such as Potting soil.
He interconnects Compost, Sawdust, Nutrient, Straw and Human fertilization in the investigation of issues within Horticulture. His Pathogenesis-related protein research incorporates elements of Xanthomonas euvesicatoria, Xanthomonas, Trichoderma harzianum and Microbiology.
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BIOCONTROL WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF SOIL MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES: A Substrate-Dependent Phenomenon.
H. A. J. Hoitink;M. J. Boehm.
Annual Review of Phytopathology (1999)
Basis for the control of soilborne plant pathogens with composts
Harry A. J. Hoitink;Peter C. Fahy.
Annual Review of Phytopathology (1986)
Suppression of Plant Diseases by Composts
H.A.J. Hoitink;A.G. Stone;D.Y. Han.
Compost and compost water extract-induced systemic acquired resistance in cucumber and Arabidopsis.
W. Zhang;D. Y. Han;W. A. Dick;K. R. Davis.
Maturity indices for composted dairy and pig manures
P. Wang;C.M. Changa;M.E. Watson;W.A. Dick.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2004)
Science and engineering of composting: design, environmental, microbiological and utilization aspects
H.A.J. Hoitink;H.M. Keener.
International Composting Research Symposium, Columbus, Ohio (USA), 1992 (1993)
Status of compost-amended potting mixes naturally suppressive to soilborne diseases of floricultural crops
H.A.J. Hoitink;Y. Inbar;M.J. Boehm.
Plant Disease (1991)
Oxygen Respirometry to Assess Stability and Maturity of Composted Municipal Solid Waste
D. A. Iannotti;M. E. Grebus;B. L. Toth;L. V. Madden.
Journal of Environmental Quality (1994)
A Quantitative Respirometric Method for Monitoring Compost Stability
D.A. Iannotti;T. Pang;B.L. Toth;D.L. Elwell.
Compost Science & Utilization (1993)
Effect of Compost Amendments on Disease Severity and Yield of Tomato in Conventional and Organic Production Systems.
P A Abbasi;J Al-Dahmani;F Sahin;H A J Hoitink.
Plant Disease (2002)
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