NCSU Scholarly Publications Repository
A growing collection of publications and full text of scholarly works by NC State faculty members, graduate students, and research staff.
Number of Publications: 21
Parker, Michael L.
Fisk, C. L., Parker, M. L., & Mitchem, W. (2015). Vegetation-free width and irrigation impact peach tree growth, fruit yield, fruit size, and incidence of hemipteran insect damage. HortScience, 50
Brown, A. F., Yousef, G. G., Guzman, I., Chebrolu, K. K., Werner, D. J., Parker, M., Gasic, K., & Perkins-Veazie, P. (2014). Variation of carotenoids and polyphenolics in peach and implications on breeding for modified phytochemical profiles. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 139
Hoover, E. E., Marini, R. P., Tepe, E., Autio, W. R., Biggs, A. R., Clements, J. M., Crassweller, R. M., Foster, D. D., Foster, M. J., Hirst, P. M., Miller, D. D., Parker, M. L., Peck, G. M., Racsko, J., Robinson, T. L., & Warmund, M. R. (2012). eApples: A case study in using eXtension to increase access to research-based information. HortTechnology, 22
McArtney, S., Parker, M., Obermiller, J., & Hoyt, T. (2011). Effects of 1-Methylcyclopropene on firmness loss and the development of rots in apple fruit kept in farm markets or at elevated temperatures. HortTechnology, 21
McArtney, S. J., Obermiller, J. D., Hoyt, T., & Parker, M. L. (2009). 'Law Rome' and 'Golden Delicious' apples differ in their response to preharvest and postharvest 1-Methylcyclopropene treatment combinations. HortScience, 44
McArtney, S. J., Obermiller, J. D., Schupp, J. R., Parker, M. L., & Edgington, T. B. (2008). Preharvest 1-methyl cyclopropene delays fruit maturity and reduces softening and superficial scald of apples during long-term storage. HortScience, 43
Macrae, A. W., Mitchem, W. E., Monks, D. W., Parker, M. L., & Galloway, R. K. (2007). Tree growth, fruit size, and yield response of mature peach to weed-free intervals. Weed Technology, 21
MacRae, A. W., Mitchem, W. E., Monks, D. W., & Parker, M. L. (2005). White clover (Trifolium repens) control and flower head suppression in apple orchards. Weed Technology, 19
Marini, R. P., Parker, M. L., Barden, J. A., & Unrath, C. R. (2003). The effect of eight dwarf rootstocks on burrknot development on 'gala' apple trees at two locations. Journal American Pomological Society, 57
Barden, J. A., Cline, J. A., Kushad, M. M., & Parker, M. L. (2002). Various measures of tree vigor, yield, and yield efficiency of apple trees in the 1990 NC-140 systems trial as influenced by location, cultivar, and orchard system. Journal American Pomological Society, 56
Reighard, G. L., Parker, M. L., Krewer, G. W., Beckman, T. G., Wood, B. W., Smith, J. E., & Whiddon, J. (2001). Impact of hurricanes on peach and pecan orchards in the southeastern United States. HortScience, 36
Nyczepir, A. P., Bertrand, P. F., Parker, M. L., Meyer, J. R., & Zehr, E. I. (1998). Interplanting wheat is not an effective postplant management tactic for Criconemella xenoplax in peach production. Plant Disease, 82
Parker, M. L. (1997). Apple high density management techniques. Compact Fruit Tree, 30
Blankenship, S. M., Parker, M. L., & Unrath, C. R. (1997). Use of maturity indices for predicting poststorage firmness of 'Fuji' apples. HortScience, 32
Parker, M. L., & Meyer, J. R. (1996). Peach tree vegetative and root growth respond to orchard floor management. HortScience, 31
Parker, M. L., & Young, E. (1995). Evaluation of apple tree training techniques for higher density orchards. Compact Fruit Tree, 28
Parker, M. L., & Young, E. (1995). Leader management and soil fumigation affect branching and precocity of young apple trees. HortScience, 30
Parker, M. L., & Hull, J. (1993). Orchard floor management affects cherry tree growth and moisture utilization. Acta Horticulturae,
Parker, M. L., Clark, M. B., & Campbell, C. (2012). Abscisic acid applications in peach. In Vii international peach symposium. (Acta Horticulturae, 962
) (pp. 403-409).
Parker, M. L., & Blankenship, S. M. (2012). Postharvest response of peach and nectarine cultivars to 1-methylcyclopropene treatment. In Vii international peach symposium. (Acta Horticulturae, 962
) (pp. 549-555).