Field Agronomist: Mark Carlton
Areas of Expertise
Crop production, Integrated Crop Management, Integrated Pest Management
Agricultural and Horticultural Producers, Agri-Business
Joined ISU Extension
Extension Positions/Other Experience
- ISU Extension Field Specialist/Crops August 1996 to present
- Diagnostician ISU Plant Disease Clinic 1992 to 1996
- Research Associate Plant Pathology Department 1992 to 1996
- Agri-Business 1973 - 1987
- M.S. Degree, 1992, Plant Pathology, Iowa State University
- B.S. Degree, 1989, Plant Pathology, Iowa State University
- Research Excellence Award, Iowa State University, 1992
- Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Iowa State University, 1992
- Carlton, W.M., Braun, E.J., and Gleason, M.L. 1998. Ingress of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis into tomato leaves through hydathodes. Phytopathology 88:525-529.
- Munkvold, G.P., and Carlton, W.M. 1997. Influence of inoculation method on systemic Fusarium moniliforme infection of maize plants grown from infected seeds. Plant Dis. 81:211-216.
- Munkvold, G.P., McGee, D.C., and Carlton, W.M. 1997. Importance of different pathways for maize kernel infection by Fusarium moniliforme. Phytopathology 87:209-217.
- Munkvold, G. P. and Carlton, W. M. 1995. Prevalence and distribution of Apanomyces euteiches and Phytophthora medicaginis in Iowa alfalfa fields. Plant Dis. 79:1251-1253.
- Carlton, W. M., Gleason, M. L., and Braun, E. J. 1994. Effects of pruning tomato plants supporting epiphytic populations of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis. Plant Dis. 78:742-745.
- Gleason, M. L., Braun, E. J., Carlton, W. M., and Peterson, R. H. 1991. Survival and dissemination of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis in tomatoes. Phytopathology 81:1519-1523.
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