Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles
Most recent update on December 12, 2020

Book Chapters and Encyclopedia Articles (8)

Leon R.G., D.L. Jordan, G. Bolfrey-Arku, and I. Dzomeku.  2019.  Sustainable weed management in peanut. In N.E. Korres, N.R. Burgos, and S.O. Duke, eds.  Weed Control: Sustainability, Hazards and Risks in Cropping Systems Worldwide. CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group.  Pages 345-366.

Jordan, D., R. Brandenburg, G. Payne, D. Hoisington, N. Magnan, J. Rhoads, M. Abudulai, K. Adhikari, J. Chen, R. Akromah, W. Appaw, W. Ellis, M. Balota, K. Mallikarjunan, K. Boote, G. MacDonald, K. Bowen, B. Bravo-Ureta, J. Jelliffe, A. Budu, H. Chalwe, A. Mweetwa, M. Ngulube, A. Dankyi, B. Mochia, V. Hoffman, A. Muitia, A. Mwangwela, S. Njoroge, D. Okello, and N. Opoka.  2018.  Preventing mycotoxin contamination in groundnut cultivation.  Pages 181-214 in S. Sivasankar, D. Berguinson, P. Gaur, S. Kumar, S. Beebe, and M. Tamó, eds., Achieving Sustainable Cultivation of Grain Legumes; Improving Cultivation of Particular Grain Legumes.  Volume 2.  Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science, Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambridge, UK.

Nigam, S.N., D.L. Jordan, and P. Janila.  2018.  Improving cultivation of groundnuts.  Pages 155-180 in S. Sivasankar, D. Berguinson, P. Gaur, S. Kumar, S. Beebe, and M. Tamó, eds., Achieving Sustainable Cultivation of Grain Legumes; Improving Cultivation of Particular Grain Legumes.  Volume 2.  Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science, Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambridge, UK.

Jordan, D.L., G.S. Chahal, S.H. Lancaster, J.B. Beam, and A.C. York.  2011.   Defining interactions of herbicides with other agrochemicals applied to peanut.  Pages 73-92 in S. Soloneski and M. Larramendy, eds.  Herbicides, Theory and Applications.  ISBN: 978-953-307-975-2, InTech, Rijeka, Croatia.  610 pages.

Jordan, D. and J. Spears.  2007.  Peanut Industry.  Pages 189-190 in W.A. Darity, E. Bonilla-Silva, P. Costanzo, P.L. Mason, P. McClain, D. Scott, and T. Singleton, eds.  International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition.  Macmillan References USA, Farmington Hills, MI.

Voysest-Voysest, O., M. Black, K. Downey, J. Spears, and D.L. Jordan.  2006.   Peanut.  Pages 478-480 in M. Black, J.D Bewley, and P. Halmer, eds.  The Encyclopedia of Seed: Science, Technology, and Uses.  CAB International, London, UK.

Spears, J.F. and D.L. Jordan.  2006.  Peanut – cultivation.  Pages 480-482 in M. Black, J.D Bewley, and P. Halmer, eds. The Encyclopedia of Seed: Science, Technology, and Uses. CAB International, London, UK.

Wilcut, J.W., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan.  1995.  Weed management systems for oil seed crops. Pages 343-400 in A. E. Smith, ed. Handbook of Weed Management Systems.  Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York.

 

Peer-Reviewed Publications (338) †graduate student, *project leader, ‡corresponding author

Mahoney, D.J., D.L. Jordan, A.T. Hare, N. Roma-Burgos, K.M. Jennings, R.G. Leon, M. Vann, W.J. Everman, and C.W. Cahoon.  2021.  The influence of soybean population and postemergence herbicide application timing on in- and subsequent-season Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) control and economic returns.  Weed Technol.  34: (accepted) †*

Moore, L., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, M.D. Boyette, D.L. Jordan, and R.G. Leon.  2021.  Herbicide systems including linuron for Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) control in sweetpotato.  Weed Technol.  34: (accepted)

Inman, M.D., M. Vann, L. Fisher, T. Gannon, D.L. Jordan, and K.M. Jennings.  2021.  Evaluation of dicamba retention in spray tanks and its impact on flue-cured tobacco. Weed Technol.  34: (accepted)

Jordan, D.L. and J.S. Barnes.  2020.  Peanut response to interactions of soil pH and gypsum.  Archives of Agriculture Research and Technology.  (accepted pending revisions) *‡

Oakes, J.C., M. Balota, D.L. Jordan, A.T. Hare, and A. Sageghpour.  2020.  Peanut response to seeding density and digging date in the Virginia-Carolina Region.  Peanut Sci.  47:180-188.

Studstill , S.P., W.S. Monfort, R.S. Tubbs , D.L. Jordan , A.T. Hare, D.J. Anco , J.M. Sarver, J.C. Ferguson, T.R. Faske, B.L. Creswell, and W.G. Tyson.  2020.  Influence of prohexadione calcium rate on growth and yield of peanut (Arachis hypogaea).  Peanut Sci.  47:163-172.

Jordan, D., D. Johnson, T. Corbett, S. Barnes, J. Austin, B. Stevens, C. Bogle, and S. Deal.  2020.  Using variation in soil characteristics within fields provides a minor contribution to prediction of risk to peanut (Arachis hypogaea) yield in reduced tillage systems.  Archives of Agriculture Research and Technology.  Vol. 1.  Issue 4. *‡

Mahoney, D.J., D.L. Jordan, N. Roma-Burgos, K.M. Jennings, R.G. Leon, M.C. Vann, W.J. Everman, and C.W. Cahoon.  2020.  Susceptibility of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) to herbicides in accessions collected from the North Carolina Coastal Plain.  Weed Sci.  68:582-593. †*

Arthur, S., G. Bolfrey-Arku, J. Sarkodie-Addo, R. Akroma, M.B. Mochiah, D. Jordan, R. Brandenburg, G. MacDonald, A. Dankyi, B. Bravo-Ureta, D. Hoisington, and J. Rhoads.  2020.  Financial return from weed and disease management practices in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in southern Ghana. International J. Pest Management (accepted pending revision) *‡

Abudulai, M., G. Mahama, I. Dzomeku, A. Seidu, I. Sugri, J.A. Nboyine, N. Opoku, M.H. Alhassan, W. Appaw, W.O. Ellis, R. Akromah, M.B. Mochiah, A. Dankyi, D.L. Jordan, R.L. Brandenburg, B.E. Bravo-Ureta, J. Jelliffe, K. Boote, G. MacDonald, J. Chen, R.D. Phillips, K. Mallikarjunan, M. Balota, D. Hoisington, and J. Rhoads.  2020. Evaluation of agricultural practices to increase yield and financial return and minimize aflatoxin contamination in peanut in northern Ghana.  Peanut Sci.  47:156-162. *‡

Basinger, N.T., K.M. Jennings, E.L. Hestir, D.W. Monks, D.L. Jordan, and W.J. Everman.  2020. Phenology affects differentiation of crop and weed species using hyperspectral remote sensing. Weed Technol.  34:897-908.

Jordan, D., A. Hare, D. Johnson, J. Alston, T. Alston, D. Ambrose, D. Callis, T. Corbett, R. Hoggard, B. Stevens, R. Wilkins, B. Shew, and Rick Brandenburg.  2020.  Peanut and soybean response to cropping systems including corn, cotton, and grain sorghum.   J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  DOI: 10.1002/cft2.20041. *‡

Kaufman, A.A., D.L. Jordan, C. Reberg-Horton, L.L. Dean, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, D. Anco, H. Mehl, S. Taylor, M. Balota, L.S. Goodell, and J. Allen.  2020.  Identifying interest, risks, and impressions of organic peanut production: A survey of conventional farmers in the Virginia-Carolina region.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  doi: 10.1002/cft2.20042.  †*‡

Jordan, D.L., J. Dunne, H.T. Stalker, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, D. Anco, H. Mehl, S. Taylor, and M. Balota.  2020.  Risk to sustainability of pest management tools in peanut. Agricultural and Environmental Letters.  Volume 5.  doi.org/10.1002/ael2.20018. *‡

Appaw, W., W.O. Ellis, R. Akromah, M.B. Mochiah, A. Dankyi, M. Abudulai, D.L. Jordan, R.L. Brandenburg, J. Jelliffe, B.E. Bravo-Ureta, K. Boote, G. MacDonald, J. Chen, R.D. Phillips, K. Mallikarjunan, M. Balota, D. Hoisington, and J. Rhoads.  2020. Minimizing aflatoxin contamination in the field, during drying, and in storage in Ghana.  Peanut Sci.  47:72-80. *‡

Clapp, A.M., M. Vann, C.W. Cahoon, D.L. Jordan, L.R. Fisher, and M.D. Inman.  2020. Flue-cured tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) tolerance to s-metolachlor.  Weed Technol.  34:843-848.

Hare, A.T., D.L. Jordan, R.G. Leon, K.L. Edmisten, A.R. Post, C.W. Cahoon, W.J. Everman, D.J. Mahoney, and M.D. Inman.  2020.  Influence of timing and intensity of weed management on crop yield and contribution to weed emergence in cotton the following year.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 6. doi.org/10.1002/cft2.20021. †*‡

Inman, M.D., D.L. Jordan, M. Vann, A.T. Hare, A.C. York, and C.W. Cahoon.  2020.  Influence of timing of Palmer amaranth control in dicamba-tolerant cotton on yield and economic return.  Weed Technol.  34:682-688. *

Royals, B., R. Brandenburg, A. Hare, D. Jordan, S. Taylor, and S. Malone.  2020.  Efficacy of chlorantraniliprole on southern corn rootworm in peanut.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 6. DOI: 10.1002/cft2.20045. *‡

Ward, J.K., T.W. Griffin, D.L. Jordan, and G.T. Roberson.  2020.  Working for peanuts: Acquiring, analyzing, and visualizing publicly available data. J. Am. Soc. Farm and Ranch Appraisers.  Pages 156-166.

Jordan, D., D. Hardy, S. Barnes, and T. Corbett.  2020.  Potential economic value for peanut by increasing soil pH in North Carolina.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 6. DOI: 10.1002/cft2.20012. *‡

Hare, A.T., D.L. Jordan, K.L. Edmisten, R.G. Leon, A.R. Post, R. Vann, E.J. Dunphy, R. Heiniger, G. Collins, and D. Washburn.  2020.  Response of agronomic crops to planting date and double cropping with wheat.  Agron. J. 112:1972-1980. †*‡

Anco, D.J., J.S. Thomas, D.L. Jordan, B.B. Shew, W.S. Monfort, H.L. Mehl, I.M. Small, D.L. Wright, B.L. Tillman, N.S. Dufault, A.K. Hagan, and H.L. Campbell. 2020.  Peanut yield loss in the presence of defoliation caused by late or early leaf spot.  Plant Disease 104:1390-1399.

Hare, A.T., D.L. Jordan, R.G. Leon, K.L. Edmisten, A.R. Post, D.J. Mahoney, and D. Washburn.  2019.  Impact of weed management on peanut yield and weed populations the following year. Peanut Sci.  46:182-190. †*‡

Jani, A.D, M.J. Mulvaney, K.S. Balkcom, C.W. Wood, D.L. Jordan, B.H. Wood, and P. Devkota.  2019. Peanut residues supply minimal plant available nitrogen on a major soil series in the USA peanut basin.  Soil Use and Management.  DOI: 10.1111/sum.12563.

Chaudhari, S., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, K.M. Jennings, C.W. Cahoon, A. Chandi, and A.B. Haselton.  2019.  Biology and management of glyphosate-resistant and susceptible Italian ryegrass phenotypes from a segregating population.  Modern Agricultural Science and Technology.  5:1-14. ‡*

Jordan, D.L. and A.T. Hare, 2019. Peanut response to foliar application of sodium silicate.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 5. doi:10.2134/cftm2019.07.0056 ‡*

Jordan, D.L., A.T. Hare, G.T. Roberson, J. Ward, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, D. Anco, J. Thomas, M. Balota, H. Mehl, and S. Taylor.  2019.  Survey of practices by growers in the Virginia-Carolina region relative to digging and harvesting peanut.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 5. doi:10.2134/cftm2019.07.0057 †*

Mahoney, D.J., D.L. Jordan, A.T. Hare, R.G. Leon, M.C. Vann, N.R. Burgos, and K.M. Jennings. 2019.  The influence of postemergence herbicide timing and frequency on weed control and soybean yield.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 5. doi:10.2134/cftm2019.05.0036. †*

Mahoney, D., D. Jordan, A. Hare, R. Leon, M. Vann, N. Roma-Burgos, and K. Jennings.  2019. The effect of nozzle selection and carrier volume on weed control in soybean in North Carolina.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 5. doi:10.2134/cftm2019.05.0037. †*

Spivey, T.A., K.L. Edmisten, R. Wells, D. Jordan, J.L. Heitman, and G.G. Wilkerson.  2019.  Cotton growth and yield response to short-term tillage systems and planting date in North Carolina.  J. Cotton Sci.  23:270–283.  ‡

Spivey, T.A., K.L. Edmisten, R. Wells, D. Jordan, J.L. Heitman, and G.G. Wilkerson.  2019.  Cotton development and yield response to irrigation, planting date, and cultivar in North Carolina.  J. Cotton Sci.  23:148-160.

Spivey, T.A., W.H. Frame, D.M. Dodds, A.S. Jones, K.L. Edmisten, D. Jordan, and R. Wells.  2019.  Upland cotton growth and yield response to enhanced inputs across the mid-south and southeast cotton belt.  J. Cotton Sci. 23:161-167.

Basinger, N., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, D.L. Jordan, W.J. Everman, E.L. Hestir, M.D. Waldschmidt, S.C. Smith, and C. Brownie.  2019. Interspecific and intraspecific interference of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) and large crabgrass (Digitaria sanguinalis) in sweetpotato.  Weed Sci. 67:436-432.

Jordan, D., P.D. Johnson, and T. Corbett.  2019.  Response of two Virginia market type peanut cultivars to planting and digging dates in North Carolina.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 5.  doi:10.2134/cftm2019.01.0003. *‡

Owusu–Akyaw, M., M.B. Mochiah, J.Y. Asibuo, K. Osei, A. Ibrahim, G. Bolfrey Arku, J.N.L. Lamptey, A.A. Danyi, A. Oppong, J.K. Addo, M.K. Boateng, H.K. Adu-Dapaah, S. Addy, S. Amoah, S. Osei-Yeboah, M. Abudulai, N. Denwar, J. Naab, G. Mahama, R. Akroma, R.L. Brandenburg, J.E. Bailey, D.L. Jordan, T.H. Williams, D. Hoisington, and J. Rhoads.  2019.  Evaluation and release of two peanut cultivars: a case study of partnerships in Ghana.  Peanut Sci.  46:37-41. *‡

Mahoney, D.J., D.L. Jordan, R.L. Brandenburg, B.B. Shew, B.R. Royals, M.D. Inman, and A.T. Hare.  2019.  Influence of planting date, fungicide seed treatment, and phorate on peanut in North Carolina.  Peanut Sci.  46:14-21. †*‡

Bertucci, M.B., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, J.R. Schultheis, F.J. Louws, and D.L. Jordan.  2019.  Critical period for weed control in grafted and nongrafted watermelon grown in plasticulture.  Weed Sci.  67:1-8.

Brandenburg, R.L., D.L. Jordan, B.R. Royals, D.J. Mahoney, and P.D. Johnson.  2019.  Utilization of imidacloprid to control thrips in peanut in North Carolina.  Peanut Sci.  46:8-13. *‡

Patterson, R., D. Jordan, C. Cave, G. Moore, W. Warner, E. Sugg, L. Unruh-Snyder, and M. Vann.  2019.  Perceptions of undergraduate students regarding global hunger.  NACTA. 63(1):42-45. †*‡

Juliani, H.R., D. Kolleh, L.C. Hwang, T.V.K. Brown, Sr. , C.K. Mulbah, D.L. Jordan, P.G.S. Ndaloma, C.E. Farin, B. Thapa, M. Kesselman, R. Govindasamy, A. Ayeni, A. Busia, O. Alidou, R. Horton, L. Tucker, M.G. Robson, and J.E. Simon.  2018. Developing a revised and modernized curriculum for Cuttington University’s College of Agriculture and Sustainable Development (CASD): A collaborative effort between Rutgers, North Carolina State and Cuttington Universities.  Liberian Studies Journal. 43:157-189.

Chalwe, H.M., O.I. Lungu, A.M. Mweetwa, E. Phiri, S.M.C. Njoroge, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2019.   Effects of compost manure on soil microbial respiration, plant-available-water, peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) yield and pre-harvest aflatoxin contamination.  Peanut Sci.  46:42-49.

Chalwe, H.M., O.I. Lungu, A.M. Mweetwa, E. Phiri, J. Yengwe, S.M.C. Njoroge, R.L. Brandenburg, and D. Jordan.  2018.  Predicting aflatoxin content in peanuts using ambient temperature, soil temperature and soil moisture content during pod development.  African J. Plant Sci.  13:59-69.

Jordan, D.L., A.T. Hare, G.T. Roberson, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, D. Anco, M. Balota, H. Mehl, and S. Taylor.  2018.  Summary of variables associated with application of plant protection products in peanut.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 4 doi:10.2134/cftm2018.05.0034. *‡

Mahoney, D.J., D.L. Jordan, R.L. Brandenburg, B.R. Royals, M.D. Inman, A.T. Hare, and B.B. Shew 2018.  Influence of planting date and insecticide on injury caused by tobacco thrips and peanut yield in North Carolina.  Peanut Sci.  45: 70-74. †*‡

Bertucci, M.B., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, D.L. Jordan, J.R. Shultheis, K.M. F.J. Louws, and M.D. Waldschmidt.  2018.  Effect of bicyclopyrone on triploid watermelon in plasticulture.  Weed Technol. 32:439-443.

Jordan, D.L., P.D. Johnson, A.T. Hare, D. Anco, J. Chapin, J. Thomas, S. Monfort, M. Balota. 2018.  Influence of inoculation with Bradyrhizobia and nitrogen rate on yield and estimated economic return of Virginia market type peanut.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 4.  doi:10.2134/cftm2018.01.0002. *‡

Carley, D.S., D.L. Jordan, C.L. Dharmasri, B.B. Shew, T.B. Sutton, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2018.  Examples of differences in red edge reflectance and normalized difference vegetative index caused by stresses in peanut.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 4  doi:10.2134/cftm2018.06.0042. †*‡

Jordan, D.L. and Alan C. York.  2018.  Weed species richness and density following repeated use of glyphosate in four fields in North Carolina.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 4.  doi:10.2134/cftm2017.12.0089 *‡

Chaudhari, S., D. Jordan, T. Grey, E. Prostko, and K. Jennings.  2018.  Weed control and peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to acetochlor alone and in combination with various herbicides.  Peanut Sci.  45:45-55. ‡

Akoto, E.Y., Y.A.K. Klu, M. Lamptey, J.Y. Asibuo, M. Heflin, R. Phillips, D. Jordan, J. Rhoads, D. Hoisington, and J. Chen.  2018.  Solar drying: A means of improving the quality of peanuts in Ghana.  Peanut Sci.  45:56-66.

Sibakwe, C.B., T. Kasambara-Donga, S.M.C. Njoroge, W.A.B. Msuku, W.G. Mhango, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2017.  The role of drought stress on aflatoxin contamination in groundnuts (Arachis hypogea L.) and Aspergillus flavus population in the soil. Modern Agricultural Science and Technol. 3:5-6. doi: 10.15341/mast(2375-9402)/03.03.2017/005.

Lassiter, B.R., G.G. Wilkerson, D.L. Jordan, G.S. Buol, B.B. Shew, R. Brandenburg, A. Herbert, Jr., and P. Phipps.  2017.  Development and deployment of a composite pest risk assessment decision support system for peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in the Virginia-Carolina region.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 3. doi:10.2134/cftm2017.08.0054. †‡

Abudulai, M., J. Naab, S.S. Seini, I. Dzomeku, K. Boote, R. Brandenburg, and D. Jordan.  2017.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) response to weed and disease management in northern Ghana.  International J. Pest Management.  63:1-6. https://doi.org/10.1080/09670874.2017.1371806. ‡

Chaudhari S., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, K.M. Jennings, C.W. Cahoon, A. Chandi, and M.D. Inman.  2017.  Biology and management of glyphosate-resistant and -susceptible Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) phenotypes from a segregating population.  Weed Sci.  65:755-768. *

Akoto, E.Y., Y.A.K. Klu, M. Lamptey, J.Y. Asibuo, J. Davis, R. Phillips, D. Jordan, J. Rhoads, D. Hoisington, and J. Chen.  2017.  Use of peanut meal as a model matrix to study the effect of composting on aflatoxin decontamination.  World Mycotoxin Journal.  10(2):131-141.

Chaudhari, S., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, D.L. Jordan, C.C. Gunter and F.J. Louws.  2017.  Absorption, translocation, and metabolism of 14C-halosulfuron in grafted eggplant (Solanum melongena) and tomato (Solanum lycopersicum).  Weed Technol. 31:908-914.

Inman, M.D., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, K.M. Jennings, and D.W. Monks.   2017.  Long-term management of Palmer amaranth with herbicides and cultural practices in cotton.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 3: doi:10.2134/cftm2017.03.0017. †*‡

Vann, M.C., L.R. Fisher, R. Wells, D.L. Jordan, and J.L. Heitman.  2017.   Alternative ridging practices for flue-cured tobacco production in North Carolina.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 3: doi:10.2134/cftm2017.02.0016.

Knight, A.M., W.J. Everman, D.L. Jordan, R.W. Heiniger, and T.J. Smyth.  2017.  Interactions of nitrogen source and rate and weed removal timing relative to nitrogen content in corn and weeds and corn grain yield.  International Scholarly Research Notes Agronomy.  Article ID 8961367. 8 pages. ‡

Jordan, D.L., T. Corbett, C. Bogle, B. Shew, R. Brandenburg, and W. Ye.  2017.  Effect of previous rotation on plant parasitic nematode population in peanut and crop yield.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 3: doi:10.2134/cftm2016.12.0086. *‡

Chaudhari, S., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, D.L. Jordan, C.C. Gunter and F.J. Louws.  2017.  Response of drought-stressed grafted and non-grafted tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) to metribuzin.  Weed Technol.  31:447-454.

Jordan, D.L., B.B. Shew, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2017.  Peanut response to acephate, Bradyrhizobia inoculant, and prothioconazole applied in the seed furrow at planting.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 3: doi:10.2134/cftm2017.01.0007. *‡

Jordan, D.L., T. Corbett, C. Bogle, B. Shew, and R. Brandenburg.  2017.  Residual impact of tall fescue on corn, cotton, and peanut yield.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Vol. 3. doi:10.2134/cftm2016.03.0024. *‡

Chaudhari, S., D. Jordan, and K. Jennings.  2017.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to carfentrazone-ethyl and pyraflufen-ethyl applied close to harvest.  Peanut Sci. 44:47-52. *‡

Braswell, L.R., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and R.W. Seagroves.  2016.  Integrating fluridone into a glufosinate-based program for Palmer amaranth control in cotton.  J. Cotton Sci. 20:394-402.

Jordan, D.L., B.B. Shew, and P.D. Johnson.  2016.  Response of the peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) cultivar Gregory to interactions of digging date and disease management.  Advances in Agriculture, Volume 2016, Article ID 5839090. *‡

Chaudhari,S., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, D.L. Jordan, C.C. Gunter, S.J. McGowen, and F.J. Louws.  2016. Critical period for weed control in grafted and nongrafted fresh market tomato.  Weed Sci.  64:523-530.

Lassiter, B.R., D.L. Jordan, G.G. Wilkerson, B.B. Shew, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2016.  Influence of cultural and pest management practices on performance of runner, Spanish, and Virginia Market Types in North Carolina.  Advances in Agriculture, Volume 2016, Article ID 5795373. †*‡

Foote, W., K. Edmisten, R. Wells, G. Collins, G. Roberson, D. Jordan, L. Fisher.  2016.  Influence of nitrogen and mepiquat chloride on cotton canopy reflectance measurements.  Cotton Sci. 20:1-7 ‡

Lassiter, B.R., G.G. Wilkerson, G.S. Buol, D.L. Jordan, B. Shew, R. Brandenburg, A. Herbert, Jr., P. Phipps, and J. Chapin.  2016.  Peanut production in Virginia and the Carolinas: development of a website and program editor.  J. Crop, Forage, and Turfgrass Management.  Volume 2. DOI: 10.2134/cftm2015.0218: †‡

Riar, M.K., D.S. Carley, C. Zhang, M.S. Schroeder-Moreno, D.L Jordan, T.M. Webster, and T.W. Rufty.  2016.  Environmental influences on growth and reproduction of invasive Commelina benghalensis.  J. International Agronomy, Volume 2016, Article ID 583968. ‡

Lassiter, B.R., D.L. Jordan, G.G. Wilkerson, B.B. Shew, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2016.  Influence of planting pattern on pest management in Virginia market type peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci. 43:59-66. †*‡

Chaudhari, S., K.M. Jennings, D. Monks, D.L. Jordan, C. Gunter, N.T. Basinger, and F. Louws.  2016.  Response of grafted eggplant (Solanum melongena) grafted onto tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) rootstocks to herbicides.  Weed Technol.  30:207-216.

Inman, M.D., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, W.J. Everman, S.L. Bollman, J.T. Fowler, R.M. Cole, and J.K Soteres.  2016.  Long-term management of Palmer amaranth in dicamba-tolerant cotton.  Weed Sci.  64:161-169.†*‡

Meyers, S.L., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, J.R. Ballington, and D.L. Jordan.  2015.  Weed control in southern highbush blueberry with S-metolachlor, flumioxazin, and hexazinone.  International Journal of Fruit Science.  Manuscript ID: 1072490.

Braswell, L.R., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and R.W. Seagroves.  2015.  Effect of diuron and fluometuron on grain sorghum and soybean as replacement crops following a cotton stand failure.  J. Cotton Sci. 19:613–621.

Cahoon, C.W., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, R.W. Seagroves, W.J. Everman, and K.M. Jennings.  2015.  Fluridone carryover to rotational crops following application to cotton.  J. Cotton Sci.  19:631–640. †

Cahoon, C.W., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, W.J. Everman, R.W. Seagroves, A.S. Culpepper, and P.M. Eure.  2015.  Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) management in dicamba-resistant cotton.  Weed Technol.  29:758-770. †

Cahoon, C.W., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, W.J. Everman, R.W. Seagroves, L.R. Braswell, and K.M. Jennings.  2015.  Weed control in cotton by micro-encapsulated acetochlor applied preemergence.  Weed Technol.  29:740-750. †

Chaudhari, S., K.M. Jennings, D. Monks, D.L. Jordan, C. Gunter, and F. Louws.  2015.  Response of grafted tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) to herbicides.  Weed Technol.  29:800-809.

Cahoon, C.W., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, R.W. Seagroves, W.J. Everman, and K.M. Jennings.  2015.  Sequential and co-application of glyphosate and glufosinate in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum).  J. Cotton Sci. 19:337-350.†

Cardoza, Y.J., W.L. Drake, D.L. Jordan, M.S. Schroeder-Moreno, C. Arellano, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2015. Impact of location, cropping history, tillage and chlorpyrifos on soil arthropods in peanut.  J. Environmental Entomology.  44:951-959.†*

Gibson, J.D. B.G. Young, M.D.K. Owen, K.L. Gage, J.L. Matthews, D.L. Jordan, D.R. Shaw, S.C. Weller, and R.G. Wilson.  2015.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States. Part 7: Effects of weed management strategy (grower practices versus academic recommendations) on the weed soil seedbank over 6 years.  Pest Management Sci. doi: 10.1002/ps.4039*

Cahoon, C.W., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, R.W. Seagroves, W.J. Everman, and K.M. Jennings.  2015.  Cotton response and Palmer amaranth control with pyroxasulfone applied preemergence and postemergence. J. Cotton Sci.  19:212-223.†

Schwartz, L.M., D.J. Gibson, K.L. Gage, J.L. Matthews, D.L. Jordan, M.D.K. Owen, D.R. Shaw, S.C. Weller, R.G. Wilson, and B.G. Young.  2015.  Seedbank and field emergence of weeds in glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States.  Weed Sci.  63:425-439.*

Foote, W., K. Edmisten, R. Wells, and D. Jordan.  2015.  Defoliant effects on cover crop germination, cover crop growth, and subsequent cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) development.  J. Cotton Sci.  19:258-267.

Worthington, M., S.C. Reberg-Horton, G. Brown-Guedira, D. Jordan, R. Weisz, and J.P. Murphy. 2015. Morphological traits associated with superior weed suppressive ability of winter wheat against Italian ryegrass.  Crop Sci. 55:50-56.

Worthington, M., S.C. Reberg-Horton, G. Brown-Guedira, D. Jordan, R. Weisz, and J.P. Murphy. 2015. Relative contributions of allelopathy and competitive traits to the weed suppressive ability of winter wheat lines against Italian ryegrass.  Crop Sci. 55:57-64.

Foote, W., K. Edmisten, R. Wells, D. Jordan, and L. Fisher.  2014.  Cotton response to nitrogen derived from leguminous cover crops and urea ammonium nitrate.  J. Cotton Sci.  18:367-375.‡

Narh, S. K.J. Boote, J.B. Naab, M. Abudulai, Z. M’Bi Bertin, P. Sankara, M.D. Burow, B.L. Tillman, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2014.  Yield improvement and genotype by environment stability analyses of peanut cultivars in multi-location trials in Ghana and Burkina Faso.  Crop Sci.  54:2413-2422.

Williams, M.K., R.W. Heiniger, W.J. Everman, and D.L. Jordan. 2014. Weed control and corn (Zea mays) response to planting pattern and herbicide program with high seeding rates in North Carolina.  Advances in Agriculture, Volume 2014, Article ID 261628,  doi.org/10.1155/2014/261628 *‡

Jordan, D.L., P.D. Johnson, T. Corbett, J. Schultheis, B. Shew, R. Brandenburg, and W. Ye.  2014.  Peanut response to crop rotations including clary sage, snap bean, and sweet potato.  J. Crop Management.  DOI 10.2134/CM-2014-0038-RS.  5 pages. *‡

Foote, W., K. Edmisten, J.S. Bacheler, R. Nuti, R. Wells, D. Jordan, and L. Fisher.  2014.  Thrips and cotton response to relay and intercropping with wheat in North Carolina.  J. Cotton Sci.  18:94-107. ‡

Jordan, D., A. York, R. Seagroves, W. Everman, B. Clewis, J. Wilcut, D. Shaw, M. Owen, R. Wilson, B. Young, and S. Weller.  2014.  Economic value of herbicide programs and implications for resistance management in North Carolina.  J. Crop Management. DOI 10.2134/CM-2014-0023-RS.  6 pages. *‡

Foote, W., R. Nuti, K. Edmisten, D.L. Jordan, R. Wells, and L. Fisher.  2014.  Crop response to furrow diking in North Carolina.  J. Crop Management.  DOI 10.2134/CM-2014-0008-RS.  5 pages. ‡

Lamptey, J.N.L., F. Anno-Nyako, M. Owusu-Akyaw, M.B. Mochiah, G. Bolfrey-Arku, K. Osei, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2014.  Incidence and management of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) rosette disease in southern Ghana. International Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research.  Vol. 2, Issue 4, ISSN (Online) 2319-1473.

Edwards, C.B., D.L. Jordan, M.D.K. Owen, P.M. Dixon, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, S.C. Weller, and D.R. Shaw.  2014.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant crop systems in the United States: Economics of herbicide resistance management practices in a five year, field scale study.  Pest Management Sci. 70:1924-1929.

Roberson, G.T. and D.L. Jordan.  2014.  RTK GPS and automatic steering for peanut digging.  Am. Soc. of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.  30(3):405-409.

Poirier, A.H., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, A. Chandi, W.J. Everman, and J.R. Whitaker.  2014.  Distribution of glyphosate- and thifensulfuron-resistant Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in North Carolina.  J. International Agronomy, Volume 2014, Article ID 747810, 7 pages, doi.org/10.1155/2014/747810.†*‡

Riar, M.K., J.F. Spears, J.C. Burns, D.L. Jordan, C. Zhang, and T.W. Rufty, Jr.  2014.  Persistence of benghal dayflower (Commelina benghalensis) in sustainable agronomic systems: potential impacts of hay bale storage, animal digestion, and cultivation.  Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems.  38:283-298.

Jordan, D.L., P.D. Johnson, G.L. Grabow, and T. Corbett.  2014.  Corn, cotton, and peanut response to tillage and sub-surface drip irrigation in North Carolina  Agron. J.  106:962-967.  *‡

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, P.M. Eure, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2014.  Compatibility of acephate with herbicides applied postemergence in peanut.  Peanut Sci.  41:58-64. †*‡

Drake, W.L., D.L. Jordan, P.D. Johnson, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, T. Corbett.  2014.  Peanut response to interactions of planting date, tillage, and cultivar.  Agron. J.  106:486-490. †*‡

Sun, M., J.F. Spears, T.G. Isleib, and D.L. Jordan.  2014.  Effect of production environment on seed quality of normal and high-oleate large seeded virginia-type peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci. 41:90-99. ‡

Cahoon, C.W., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, W.J. Everman, and R.W. Seagroves.  2014.  An alternative to multiple protoporphyrinogen oxidase inhibitor applications in no-till cotton. Weed Technol.  28:58-71.

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, R.L. Brandenburg, B.B. Shew, J.D. Burton, and D. Danehower.  2013.  Interactions of clethodim and sethoxydim with other pesticides.  Peanut Sci.  40:127-134. †*‡

Prostko, E.P., T.M. Webster, M.W. Marshall, R.G. Leon, T.L. Grey, J.A. Ferrell, P. A. Dotray, D.L. Jordan, W.J. Grichar, and B.J. Brecke.  2013.  Glufosinate application timing and rate affect peanut yield.  Peanut Sci.  40:115-119.

Whitaker, J.R., J.D. Burton, A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and A. Chandi.  2013.  Physiology of glyphosate-resistant and glyphosate-susceptible Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) biotypes collected from North Carolina.  J. International Agronomy, Volume 2013, Article ID 429294, 6 pages, doi.org/10.1155/2013/429294 †*‡

Abudulai M., A.B. Salifu, D. Opare-Atakora, M. Haruna, I.I.Y. Baba, I.K. Dzomeku, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2013.  Field efficacy of neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) for managing soil arthropods and Cercospora leaf spots damage for increased yield in peanut.  Plant Protection Science.  49: 65–72.

Eure, P.M., D.L. Jordan, L.R. Fisher, and  A.C. York.  2013.  Efficacy of herbicides when spray solution application is delayed.  J. International Agronomy, Volume 2013, Article ID 782486, 7 pages, doi.org/10.1155/2013/782486 †*‡

Mochiah, M.B., M. Owusu-Akyaw, G. Bolfrey- Arku, K. Osei, J.N.N. Lamptey, I. Adama, B.W. Amoabeng, R. L. Brandenburg and D.L. Jordan.  2013.  The use of sugar baits for the integrated management of soil arthropod pests in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in Ghana, West Africa.  African Entomology 21(2):267-272.

Riar, R., R. Wells, K. Edmisten, D. Jordan, and J. Bacheler.  2013.   Changes in cotton leaf pigmentation after abnormal exposure to sunlight.  J. of Agricultural Research and Development. Vol. 2.  ISSN: 2276-9897.  E3 Journals.  2:7-13.

Meyers, S.L., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, J.R. Ballington, and D.L. Jordan.  2013.  Postemergence control of Carolina redroot (Lachnanthes caroliniana).  Weed Technol. 27:534-537.

Meyers, S.L., K.M. Jennings, D.W. Monks, D.L. Jordan and J.R. Ballington.  2013.  Effect of PRE and POST herbicides on Carolina redroot (Lachnanthes caroliniana) Growth.  Weed Technol.  27:  (doi: 10.1614/WT-D-13-00029.

Gibson, D., K. Gage, J. Matthews, B. Young, M. Owen, R. Wilson, S. Weller, D. Shaw, and D. Jordan.  2013. The effect of weed management systems and location on arable weed species communities over 5 years in glyphosate-resistant cropping systems.  Applied Vegetation Science 16 (2013) 676–687.

Worthington, M.L., S.C. Reberg-Horton, D. Jordan, and J.P. Murphy.  2013.  A comparison of methods for evaluating the suppressive ability of winter wheat cultivars against Italian ryegrass (Lolium perenne).  Weed Sci.  61:491-499.

Chandi, A., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, J. Burton, S.R. Milla-Lewis, J. Spears, J.R. Whitaker, and R. Wells.  2013. Response of herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) accessions to drought stress.  J. International Agronomy, Volume 2013, Article ID 823913, 8 pages, doi:10.1155/2013/823913. †*‡

Eure, P.M., D.L. Jordan, L.R. Fisher, and A.C. York.  2013.  Evaluation of peanut agrochemical efficacy in situations where spray solution application is delayed.   Peanut Sci.  40:52-61. †*‡

Vann, M.C., L.R. Fisher, D.L. Jordan, W.D. Smith, D.H. Hardy, and A.M. Stewart.  2013.  Potassium rate and application effect on flue-cured tobacco.  Agron. J.  105:304-310.

Riar, R., R. Wells, K. Edmisten, D.L. Jordan, and J. Bacheler.  2013.  Cotton yield and canopy closure in North Carolina as influenced by row width, plant population and leaf morphology.  Crop Sci. 53:1704-1711.

Chandi, A., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, S.R. Milla-Lewis, J.D. Burton, A.S. Culpepper, and J.R. Whitaker.  2013.  Interference and control of glyphosate-resistant and -susceptible Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) populations under greenhouse conditions.  Weed Sci. 61:259-266. †*‡

Chandi, A., S.R. Milla-Lewis, D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, J.D. Burton, M.C. Zuleta, J.R. Whitaker, and A.S. Culpepper.  2013.  Use of AFLP markers to assess genetic diversity in Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) populations from North Carolina and Georgia.  Weed Sci.  61:136-145. †*‡

Young, B.G., D.J. Gibson, K.L. Gage, J.L. Matthews, D.L. Jordan, M.D. K. Owen, D.R. Shaw, S.C. Weller, and R.G. Wilson.  2013.  Agricultural weeds in glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States.  Weed Sci.  61:85-97.

Taylor, Z.G., L.R. Fisher, W.D. Smith, K.L. Edmisten, R. Wells, D.L. Jordan, and S.M. Blankenship.  2012.  Effects of 1-methylcyclopropene on flue-cured tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) with the initiation of chemical senescence from applications of 2-chloroethylphosphonic acid.  Tobacco Sci.  49:47-51.

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, J.D. Burton, D. Danehower, and P.M. Eure.  2012. Influence of selected fungicides on efficacy of clethodim and 2,4-DB.  Peanut Sci.  39:121-126. †*‡

Vann, M.C., L.R. Fisher, D.L. Jordan, D.H. Hardy, W.D. Smith and A.M. Stewart. 2012.  The effect of potassium rate on the yield and quality of flue-cured tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.).  Tobacco Sci.  49:14-20.

Eure, P.M., L.R. Fisher, A.M. Stewart, and D.L. Jordan.  2012.  Evaluation of growth regulators and ripening agent used in flue-cured tobacco when spray solution application is delayed.  Tobacco Sci. 49:21-24. †*

Abudulai, M., I.K. DzomekuD. Opare-Atakora, S.K. Nutsugah, A.B. Salifu, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2012.  Survey of soil arthropod pests and assessment of yield loss in peanut in northern Ghana.  Peanut Sci.  39:113-120.

Rowland, D., N. Puppala, J. Beasley, Jr., M. Burow, D. Gorbet, D. Jordan, H. Melouk, C. Simpson, J. Bostick and J. Ferrell.  2012.  Variation in carbon isotope ratio and its relation to other traits in peanut breeding lines and cultivars from U.S. trials.  J. Plant Breeding and Crop Sci.  4(9):144-155.

Riar, M., T.M. Webster, B.J. Brecke, D.L. Jordan, M.G. Burton, D.P. Telenko, and T.W. Rufty.  2012.  Benghal dayflower (Commelina benghalensis) seed viability in soil.  Weed Sci.  60:589-592.

Hoffner, A., D.L. Jordan, A. Chandi, A.C. York, E.J. Dunphy, and W.J. Everman.  2012.  Management of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in glufosinate-resistant soybean (Glycine max) with sequential applications of herbicides.  International Scholarly Research Network Agronomy, Volume 2012, Article ID 131650, 7 pages, doi:10.5402/2012/131650. †*‡

Hoffner, A., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, E.J. Dunphy, and W.J. Everman.  2012.  Influence of soybean (Glycine max) population and herbicide program on Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) control, soybean yield, and economic return.  International Scholarly Research Network Agronomy, Volume 2012, Article ID 947395, 8 pages, doi:10.5402/2012/947395. †*‡

Chandi, A., S.R. Milla-Lewis, D. Giacomni, P. Westra, C. Preston, D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, J.D. Burton, and J.R. Whitaker.  2012. Inheritance of evolved glyphosate resistance in a North Carolina Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) biotype.  J. International Agronomy, Volume 2012, Article ID 176108, 7 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/176108. †*‡

Chandi, A., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, S. Milla-Lewis, J.D. Burton, A.S. Culpepper, and J. Whitaker.  2012.  Interference of selected Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) populations in soybean (Glycine max).  J. International Agronomy, Volume 2012, Article ID 168267, 7 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/168267. †*‡

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, A.C. York, J.D. Burton, and D. Danehower.  2012.  Interactions of agrochemicals applied to peanut; Part 1: Effects on herbicides.  J. Crop Protection 41:134-142.  doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2012.05.014. †*‡

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, B.B. Shew, R.L. Brandenburg, J.D. Burton, D. Danehower, and A.C. York.  2012.  Interactions of agrochemicals applied to peanut; Part 2: Effects on fungicides. J. Crop Protection 41:143-149.  doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2012.05.008 †*‡

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, R.L. Brandenburg, B.B. Shew, J.D. Burton, D. Danehower, and A.C. York.  2012.  Interactions of agrochemicals applied to peanut; Part 3: Effects on insecticides and prohexadione calcium.  J. Crop Protection 41:150-157.  doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2012.05.006 †*‡

Stark, A.M., M.G. Burton, D.L. Jordan, R.J. Richardson, J.F. Spears, S.T. Hoyle, and L. Wang-Li.  2012.  Influence of distance from source and height above canopy on Palmer amaranth pollen distribution.  J. Crop Management. doi:10.1094/CM-2012-0524-01-RS. †*‡

Stark, A.M., M.G. Burton, D.L. Jordan, R.J. Richardson, J.F. Spears, and S.T. Hoyle.  2012.  Shading response of Solanaceous and Amaranthaceous weeds in soybean.  J. Crop Management. doi:10.1094/CM-2012-0416-01-RS. †*‡

Grichar, J., D. L. Jordan, E. P. Prostko.  2012.  Weed control and peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to formulations of imazapic.  J. Crop Protection 36:31-36.

Nuti, R., G. Collins, D. Jordan, T. Corbett, J. Lanier, K. Edmisten, R. Wells, and G. Grabow.  2012.  Cotton response to sub-surface irrigation, planting date, cultivar, and mepiquat chloride.  J. Crop Management doi:10.1094/CM-2012-0319-01-RS

Jordan, D.L., S.H. Lancaster, J.E. Lanier, P.D. Johnson, J.B. Beam, A.C. York, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2012.  Influence of application variables on efficacy of manganese-containing fertilizers applied to peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci.  39:1-8. ‡*

Prince, J.M., D.R. Shaw, W.A. Givens, M.D.K. Owen, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan. 2012.  Benchmark Study:  I. Introduction, weed population and management trends from the Benchmark Survey 2010.  Weed Technol. 26:525-530.

Prince, J.M., D.R. Shaw, W.A. Givens, M.E. Newman, M.D.K. Owen, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan.  2012.  Benchmark study:  II.  A 2010 survey to assess grower awareness of and attitudes toward glyphosate resistance.  Weed Technol. 26:531-535.

Prince, J.M., D.R. Shaw, W.A. Givens, M.E. Newman, M.D.K. Owen, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan.  2012.  Benchmark Study: III.  Survey on changing herbicide use patterns in glyphosate-resistant cropping systems.   Weed Technol. 26:536-542.

Prince, J.M., D.R. Shaw, W.A. Givens, M.E. Newman, M.D.K. Owen, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan.  2012.  Benchmark Study:  IV.  Survey of grower practices for managing glyphosate-resistant weed populations.   Weed Technol. 26:543-548.

Johnson, V.A., L.R.  Fisher, D.L. Jordan, K.E. Edmisten, A.M. Stewart, and A.C. York.  2012.  Cotton, peanut, and soybean response to sub-lethal rates of dicamba, glufosinate, and 2,4-D.  Weed Technol.  26:195-206. †*

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, J.D. Burton, D. Danehower, A.C. York, P.M. Eure, and B. Clewis.  2012.  Influence of water quality and co-applied agrochemicals on efficacy of glyphosate.  Weed Technol.  26:167-176. †*‡

Chandi, A., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, and B.R. Lassiter.  2012.  Confirmation and management of common ragweed resistant to diclosulam.  Weed Technol.  26:29-36. †*‡

Place, G., C. Reberg-Horton; D.L. Jordan, T.G. Isleib, and G.G. Wilkerson.  2012.  Influence of Virginia market type genotype on peanut response to weed interference.  Peanut Sci. 39:22-29.

Taylor, Z.G., L.R. Fisher, W.D. Smith, K.L. Edmisten, R. Wells, D.L. Jordan, and S.M. Blankenship.  2011.  The effects of 1-methylcyclopropene on ripening delay and holding ability in flue-cured tobacco.  Tobacco Sci.  48:15-19.

Lassiter, B.R., D.L. Jordan, G.G. Wilkerson, B.B. Shew, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2011.  Influence of cover crops on weed management in strip tillage peanut.  Weed Technol.  25:568-573. †*‡

Eure, P.M., D.L. Jordan, J.S. Bacheler, A.C. York, L.R. Fisher, and R. Wells.  2011.  Performance of cotton agrochemicals when spray solution application is delayed.  J. Cotton Sci.  15:215-223. †*‡

Chandi, A., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and J.B. Beam.  2011.  Multiple resistance to acetolactate synthase and acetyl Co-A carboxylase inhibitors in North Carolina Italian ryegrass (Lolium perenne ssp. multiflorum).  Weed Technol.  25:659-666. †*‡

Whitaker, J.R., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, A.S. Culpepper, and L.M. Sosnoskie.  2011.  Residual herbicides for Palmer amaranth control.  J. Cotton Sci.  15:89–99. †*

Chahal, G.S., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, and E.P. Prostko.  2011.  Palmer amaranth control with combinations of 2,4-DB and diphenylether herbicides.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2011-0802-01-RS. †*‡

Jordan, D.L., V.A. Johnson, and L.R. Fisher.  2011.  Peanut response to simulated drift rates of glufosinate.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2011-0802-02-RS. *‡

Weirich, J.W., D.R. Shaw, K.H. Coble, M.D.K. Owen, P.M. Dixon, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan.  2011.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States. Part 6: Timeliness of economic decision-making in implementing weed resistance management strategies.  Pest Manag. Sci.  67:785-789.

Weirich, J.W., D.R. Shaw, M.D.K. Owen, P.M. Dixon, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan. 2011.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States. Part 5: Effects of glyphosate-based weed management programs on farm-level profitability.  Pest Manag. Sci.  67:781-784.

Wilson, R.G., B.G. Young, J.L. Matthews, S.C. Weller, W.G. Johnson, D.L. Jordan, M.D.K. Owen, P.M. Dixon, and D.R. Shaw.  2011.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States. Part 4: Weed management practices and effects on weed populations and soil seedbanks.  Pest Manag. Sci.  67:771-780.

Givens, W.A., D.R., Shaw, M.E. Newman, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, M.D.K. Owen, and D.L. Jordan.  2011.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States. Part 3: Grower awareness, information sources, experiences and management practices regarding glyphosate resistant weeds.  Pest Manag. Sci.  67:758-770.

Owen, M.D.K., B.G. Young, D.R Shaw, R.G. Wilson, D.L. Jordan, P.M. Dixon, and S.C. Weller.  2011.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States. Part 2: Perspectives.  Pest Manag. Sci.  67:747-757.

Shaw, D.R., M.D.K. Owen, P.M. Dixon, S.C. Weller, B.G. Young, R.G. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan.  2011.  Benchmark study on glyphosate-resistant cropping systems in the United States. Part 1: Introduction to 2006-2008.  Pest Manag. Sci.  67:741-746.

Prostko, E.P., T.L. Grey, M.W. Marshall, J.A. Ferrell, P.A. Dotray, D.L. Jordan, W.J. Grichar, B.J. Brecke, and J.W. Davis.  2011.  Peanut yield response to dicamba.  Peanut Sci.  38:61-65.

Whitaker, J.R., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and A.S. Culpepper.  2011.  Weed management with glyphosate- and glufosinate-based systems in PHY 485 WRF cotton.  Weed Technol.  24:183–191. †*

Owen, M., P. Dixon, D. Shaw, S. Weller, B. Young, R. Wilson, and D. Jordan. 2010. Sustainability of glyphosate-based weed management: The Benchmark Study. Information Systems for Biotechnology. August 2010: 1-4.

Osei, K., S.R. Gowen, B. Pembroke, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2010.  Potential of leguminous cover crops in management of a mixed population of root-knot nematodes.  J. of Nematology.  42 (3):173-178. ‡

Whitaker, J.R., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and A.S. Culpepper.  2010.  Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) control in soybean with glyphosate and conventional herbicide systems.  Weed Technol.  24:403-410. †*

Place, G.T., S.C. Reberg-Horton, and D.L. Jordan.  2010.  Interaction of cultivar, planting pattern, and weed management tactics in peanut.  Weed Sci.  58:442-448.

Drake, W.L., D.L. Jordan, M. Schroeder-Moreno, P.D. Johnson, J.L. Heitman, Y.J. Cardoza, R.L. Brandenburg, B.B. Shew, T. Corbett, C.R. Bogle, W. Ye, and D. Hardy.  2010.  Crop response following tall fescue sod and agronomic crops.  Agron. J.  102:1692-1699. †*‡

Jordan, D.L., G. Place, R.L. Brandenburg, J.E. Lanier, and D.S. Carley.  2010.  Response of virginia market type peanut to planting pattern and herbicide program.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2010-0430-01-RS. *‡

Jordan, D.L., P.D. Johnson, R.L. Brandenburg, and J. Faircloth.  2010.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to Bradyrhizobia applied in-furrow with agrichemicals.  Peanut Sci.  37:32-38. *‡

Taylor, Z.G., L.R. Fisher, and D.L. Jordan.  2010.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to the ethylene binding inhibitor 1-methylcyclopropene.  Peanut Sci.  37:20-25.

Jordan, D.L., P.D. Johnson, J.F. Spears, B. Penny, and D. Hardy.  2010.  Response of Virginia market type peanut to interactions of cultivar, calcium, and potassium.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2010-0226-01-RS. *‡

Carley, D.S., D.L. Jordan, R.L. Brandenburg, and L.C. Dharmasri.  2009.  Factors influencing response of Virginia market type peanut (Arachis hypogaea) to paraquat under weed-free conditions.  Peanut Sci.  36:180-189. †*‡

Dzomeku, I.K., M. Abudulai, R. L Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2009.  Survey of weeds and management practices in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in the savanna ecology of Ghana.  Peanut Sci.  36:165-173. ‡

Jordan, D.L., J.S. Barnes, T. Corbett, C.R. Bogle, T. Marshall, and P.D. Johnson.  2009.  Influence of crop rotation on peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to Bradyrhizobium in North Carolina.  Peanut Sci. 36:174-179. *‡

Jordan, D.L., P.D. Johnson, J.S. Barnes, T. Corbett, and C.R. Bogle.  2009.  Peanut response to planting in stale seedbeds versus strip tillage into crop stubble.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2009-1023-01-RS. *‡

Drake, W.L., D.L. Jordan, R.L. Brandenburg, B.R. Lassiter, P.D. Johnson, and B.M. Royals.  2009.  Peanut cultivar response to damage from tobacco thrips and paraquat.  Agron. J.  101:1388-1393. †*‡

Jordan, D.L., L.R. Fisher, B.B. Shew, T. Marshall, P.D. Johnson, W. Ye, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2009.  Comparison of cropping systems including corn, peanut, and tobacco in the North Carolina Coastal Plain.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2009-0612-01-RS. *‡

Jordan, D.L. and J. Faircloth.  2009.  Peanut response to blends of the cultivars Gregory and NC-V 11.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2009-0720-02-RS. *‡

Johnson, W.G., M.D.K. Owen, G. Kruger, B.G. Young, D.R. Shaw, R.G. Wilson, J.W. Wilcut, D.L. Jordan, and S.C. Weller.  2009.  U.S. farmer awareness of glyphosate resistant weeds and resistance management strategies.  Weed Technol.  23:308-312.

Ducar, J.T., S.B. Clewis, J.W. Wilcut, D.L. Jordan, B.J. Brecke, W.J. Grichar, W.C. Johnson, III, and G.R. Wehtje.  2009.  Weed management using reduced rate combinations of diclosulam, flumioxazin, and imazapic in peanut.  Weed Technol.  23:236-242.

Jordan, D.L., S.H. Lancaster, J.E. Lanier, B.R. Lassiter, and P.D. Johnson.  2009.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) and eclipta response to flumioxazin.  Weed Technol.  22:231-235. *‡

Jordan, D.L., R.C. Nuti, J.B. Beam, S.H. Lancaster, J.E. Lanier, and P.D. Johnson.  2009.  Influence of application variables on peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to prohexadione calcium.  Peanut Sci. 36:96-103. *‡

Carley, D.S., D.L. Jordan, B.B. Shew, T.B. Sutton, L.C. Dharmasri, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2009.  Influence of digging date and fungicide program on canopy defoliation and pod yield of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci.  36:77-84. †*‡

Johnson, W.G.,  G.R. Kruger, S.C. Weller, M.D.K. Owen, D.R. Shaw, J.W. Wilcut, D.L. Jordan, R.G. Wilson, M.L. Bernards, and B.M. Young.  2009.  U.S. grower views on problematic weeds and changes in weed pressure in glyphosate-resistant corn, cotton, and soybean cropping systems.  Weed Technol.  23:162-166.

Givens, W., D.R. Shaw, G.R. Kruger, W.G. Johnson, S.C. Weller, B.M. Young, R.G. Wilson, M.D.K. Owen, and D.L. Jordan.  2009.  A grower survey of herbicide use patterns in glyphosate resistant cropping systems.  Weed Technol.  23:156-161.

Givens, W., D.R. Shaw, G.R. Kruger, W.G. Johnson, S.C. Weller, B.M. Young, R.G. Wilson, M.D.K. Owen, and D.L. Jordan.  2009.  Survey of tillage practices in glyphosate resistant crops.  Weed Technol.  23:150-155.

Shaw, D.R., W. Givens, L. Farno, P. Gerard, D.L. Jordan, W.G. Johnson, S.C. Weller, B.M. Young, R.G. Wilson, and M.D.K. Owen.  2009.  Using a grower survey to assess the benefits and challenges of glyphosate-resistant cropping systems for weed management in U.S. corn, cotton, and soybean.  Weed Technol.  23:134-149.

Jordan, D.L., S.H. Lancaster, J.E. Lanier, B.R. Lassiter, and P.D. Johnson.  2009.  Weed management in peanut (Arachis hypogaea) with herbicide combinations containing imazapic and other pesticides.  Weed Technol.  23:6-10. *‡

Lancaster, S.H., D.L. Jordan, and P.D. Johnson.  2008.  Influence of graminicide formulation on compatibility with other pesticides.  Weed Technol.  22:580-583. †*‡

Jordan, D.L., R.C. Nuti, J.B. Beam, S.H. Lancaster, J.E. Lanier, B.R. Lassiter, and P.D. Johnson.  2008.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) cultivar response to prohexadione calcium.  Peanut Sci.  35:101-107. *‡

Riniker, S.D., R.L. Brandenburg, G.G. Kennedy, T.G. Isleib, and D.L. Jordan.  2008.  Variation among Virginia market-type peanut genotypes in susceptibility to tomato spotted wilt virus vectored by thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae).  Peanut Sci.  35:92-100.

Lassiter, B.R., D.L. Jordan, P.D. Johnson, and G.G. Wilkerson.  2008.  Replanting decisions following application of glyphosate to peanut.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2008-1016-01-RS. †*‡

Jordan, D.L., B.B. Shew, J.S. Barnes, T. Corbett, J. Alston, P.D. Johnson, W. Ye, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2008.  Pest reaction, yield, and economic return of peanut based cropping systems in the North Carolina coastal plain.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2008-1008-01-RS. *‡

Jordan, D.L., J.S. Barnes, T. Corbett, C.R. Bogle, P.D. Johnson, B.B. Shew, S.R. Koenning, W. Ye, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2008.  Crop response to rotation and tillage in peanut-based cropping systems.  Agron. J.  100:1580-1586. *‡

Jordan, D.L., R.L. Brandenburg, P.D. Johnson, B.M. Royals, and B. Watson.  2008.  Interactions of chlorpyrifos and herbicides applied to peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci.  35:32-37. *‡

Carley, D.S., D.L. Jordan, L.C. Dharmasri, T.B. Sutton, R.L. Brandenburg, and M.G. Burton. 2008.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to planting date and potential of canopy reflectance as an indicator of pod maturation.  Agron. J.  100:376-380. †*‡

Faircloth, J.C., D.L. Jordan, D.L. Coker, P.D. Johnson, and G.U. White.  2007.  Virginia market type peanut (Arachis hypogaea) response to the nitrophenolic plant growth regulator Chaperone®.  Peanut Sci. 34:105-108.

Herbert, D.A., Jr., S. Malone, S. Aref, R.L. Brandenburg, D.L. Jordan, B.M. Royals, and P.D. Johnson.  2007. Role of insecticides in reducing thrips injury to plants and incidence of tomato spotted wilt virus in Virginia market-type peanut.  J. Econ. Entomol.  100(4):1241-1247.

Jordan, D.L. and P.D. Johnson.  2007.  Comparison of irrigation systems and fungicide programs in Virginia market-type peanut.  J. Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2007-0921-01-RS. *‡

Fisher, L.R., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan.  2007.  Flue-cured tobacco and peanut response to diuron, fluometuron, and prometryn applied to a preceding cotton crop.  J. Cotton Sci.  11:168-176.

Wilkinson, W.C., L.R. Fisher, W.D. Smith, and D.L. Jordan.  2007.  Effects of stand loss, planting date, and replanting method on yield and quality of flue-cured tobacco.  Tobacco Sci.  47:44-52.  Available at http://www.tobaccoscienceonline.org/

Taylor, Z.G., L.R. Fisher, W.D. Smith, and D.L. Jordan.  2007.  Management of axillary shoot growth and maleic hydrazide residues with diflufenzopyr in flue-cured tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum).  Tobacco Sci.  47:13-21.  Available at http://www.tobaccoscienceonline.org/

Natsuga, S.K., M. Abudulai, C. Oti-Boateng, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2007.  Management of leaf spot diseases of peanut with fungicides and local detergents in Ghana.  Plant Pathology J. of the Asian Network for Scientific Information.  6(3):248-253.

Lancaster, S.H., J.B. Beam, J.E. Lanier, D.L. Jordan, and P.D. Johnson.  2007.  Compatibility of diclosulam with postemergence herbicides and fungicides.  Weed Technol.  21:869-872. *‡

Lassiter, B.R., I.C. Burke, W.E. Thomas, W.A. Pline-Sernic, D.L. Jordan, J.W. Wilcut, and G.G. Wilkerson.  2007.  Yield and physiological response of peanut (Arachis hypogaea) to glyphosate drift.  Weed Technol.  21:954-960. ‡

Abudulai, M., I.K. Dzomeku, A.B. Salifu, S.K. Nutsughah, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2007.  Influence of cultural practices on soil arthropods, leaf spot, pod damage, and yield of peanut (Arachis hypogaea) in northern Ghana.  Peanut Sci.  34:72-78. ‡

Lancaster, S.H., J.B. Beam, J.E. Lanier, D.L. Jordan, and P.D. Johnson.  2007.  Weed and peanut (Arachis hypogaea) response to diclosulam applied postemergence.  Weed Technol.  21:618-622. *‡

Clewis, S., W.J. Everman, D.L. Jordan, and J.W. Wilcut.  2007.  Weed management in North Carolina peanut (Arachis hypogaea) with S-metolachlor, diclosulam, flumioxazin, and sulfentrazone systems.  Weed Technol.  21:629-635. †*

Clewis, S., D.L. Jordan, J.F. Spears, and J.W. Wilcut.  2007.  Influence of environmental factors on cutleaf eveningprimrose (Oenthera lanciniate) germination, emergence, development, vegetative growth, and control.  Weed Sci.  55:264-272. †*

York, A.C., D. Wilson, and D.L. Jordan.  2007.  Effect of row spacing on weed management in glufosinate-resistant cotton (Gossypium hirsutum).  Weed Technol.  21:289-295.

Robinson, B.L., J.M. Moffitt, G.G. Wilkerson, and D.L. Jordan.  2007.  Economics and effectiveness of alternative weed scouting methods in peanut.  Weed Technol.  21:88-96. ‡

Grabow, G., R. Huffman, R.O. Evans, D.L. Jordan, and R.C. Nuti.  2006.  Water distribution from a subsurface drip irrigation system and dripline spacing effect on cotton yield and water use efficiency in a coastal plain soil.  Transactions of the ASABE.  49(6):1823-1835.

Gardner, A.P., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and D.W. Monks.  2006.  Glufosinate antagonizes postemergence graminicides applied to annual grasses and johnsongrass.  J. Cotton Sci. 10:319-327.

Gardner, A.P., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, and D.W. Monks.  2006.  Management of annual grasses and Amaranthus spp. in glufosinate-resistant cotton.  J. Cotton Sci. 10:328-338.

Tredaway, J. A., J. W. Wilcut, D. L. Jordan, J. Faircloth, and C. W. Swann.  2006.  Evaluation of diclosulam and S-metolachlor applied preplant incorporated in peanut (Arachis hypogaea).  Peanut Sci. 33:137-141.

Jordan, D.L., R.L. Brandenburg, J.E. Bailey, P.D. Johnson, B.M. Royals, and V.L. Curtis.  2006.  Compatibility of in-furrow application of acephate, inoculant, and tebuconazole in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci.  33:112-117. *‡

Jordan, D.L., S.H. Lancaster, J.E. Lanier, P.D. Johnson, J.B. Beam, A.C. York, R.L. Brandenburg, F.R. Walls, S. Casteel, and C. Hudak.  2006.  Influence of application variables on efficacy of boron-containing fertilizers applied to peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci.  33:104-111. *‡

Bolfrey-Arku, G., M. Owusu-Akyaw, J.V.K. Afun, J. Adu-Mensah, F.O. Anno-Nyako, E. Moses, K. Osei, S. Osei-Yeboah, M.B. Mochiah, I. Adama, A.A. Dankyi, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2006.  Survey of weed management in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) fields in southern Ghana, West Africa.  Peanut Sci.  33:90-96. ‡

Parker, R.G., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan.  2006.  Weed control in glyphosate-resistant corn as affected by preemergence herbicide and timing of postemergence herbicide application.  Weed Technol.  20:564-570.

Partridge, D.E., T.B. Sutton, and D.L. Jordan.  2006.  Effect of environmental factors and pesticides on mycoparasiticum of Sclerotinia minor by Coniothyrium minitans.  Plant Disease.  90:1407-1412. †*

Nuti, R.C., S.N. Casteel, R.P. Viator, J.E. Lanier, K.L. Edmisten, D.L. Jordan, G.L. Grabow, J.S. Barnes, J.E. Matthews, and R. Wells.  2006.  Management of cotton grown under overhead sprinkle and sub-surface drip irrigation.  J. Cotton Sci.  10:76-88.

Partridge, D.E., T.B. Sutton, D.L. Jordan, V.L. Curtis, and J.E. Bailey.  2006.  Management of Sclerotinia Blight of peanut with the biological control agent, Coniothyrium minitans.  Plant Disease.  90:957-963. †*

Jordan, D.L., J.C. Faircloth, S.H. Lancaster, J.E. Lanier, P.D Johnson, and G.U. White.  2005.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) response to the harpin protein product Messenger.  Peanut Sci. 32:144-147. *‡

Owusu-Akyaw, M., J.V.K. Afun, M.B. Mochiah, J. Adu-Mensah, E. Moses, G. Bolfrey-Arku, K. Osei, S. Osei-Yeboah, A.A. Dankyi, I. Adama, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.L. Jordan.  2005.  Survey and management of soil arthropods in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in southern Ghana, West Africa.  Peanut Sci.  32:136-143. ‡

Dankyi, A.A., M. Owusu-Akyaw, V.M. Anchirinah, J. Adu-Mensah, M.B. Mochiah, E. Moses, J.F.K. Afun, G. Bolfrey-Arku, K. Osei, S. Osei-Yeboah, I. Adama, R.L. Brandenburg, J.E. Bailey, and D.L. Jordan.  2005.  Survey of production and pest management practices for peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in selected villages in Ghana, West Africa.  Peanut Sci.  32:91-97. ‡

Hurt, C.A., R.L. Brandenburg, D.L. Jordan, B.M. Royals, and P.D. Johnson.  2005.  Interactions of tillage with management practices designed to minimize tomato spotted wilt of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci. 32:83-89.

Osei, K., M. Owusu-AkyawJ.K. Twumasi, J.V.K. Afun, F.O. Anno-Nyako, J. Adu-Mensah, E. Moses, G. Bolfrey-Arku, S. Osei-Yeboah, M.B. Mochiah, A.A. Dankyi, I. Adama, R.L. Brandenburg, J.E. Bailey, and D.L. Jordan.  2005.  Incidence and potential host-plant resistance of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) to plant parasitic nematodes in southern Ghana, West Africa.  Peanut Sci.  32:81-89. ‡

Faircloth, J.C., D.L. Coker, C. W. Swann, R. W. Mozingo, P. M. Phipps, and D.L. Jordan.  2005.  Response of four Virginia-type peanut cultivars to prohexadione calcium as affected by cultivar and planting pattern.  Peanut Sci.  32:42-47.

Lancaster, S.H., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, J.W. Wilcut, R.L. Brandenburg, and D.W. Monks.  2005. Interactions of late-season morningglory (Ipomoea spp.) management practices in peanut (Arachis hypogaea).  Weed Technol.  19:803-808. †*‡

Parker, R.G., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan. 2005. Comparison of glyphosate products in glyphosate-resistant cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) and corn (Zea mays).  Weed Technol.  19:796-802.

Jordan, D.L., J.S. Barnes, C.R. Bogle, T.M. Marshall, T. Corbett, C.R. Crozier, B. McLawhorn, and L. Fisher.  2005.  Influence of cultural practices and crop rotation on kenaf yield in North Carolina.  Online Crop Management.  doi-10.1094/CM-2005-0913-01-RS. *‡

Lancaster, S.H., D.L. Jordan, J.F. Spears, A.C. York, J.W. Wilcut, D.W. Monks, R.B. Batts, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2005.  Sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia) control and seed production following 2,4-DB applied alone and with fungicides or insecticides.  Weed Technol.  19:451-455. †*‡

Lancaster, S.H., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, J.W. Wilcut, D.W. Monks, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2005. Interactions of clethodim and sethoxydim with selected agrichemicals applied to peanut.  Weed Technol. 19:456-461. †*‡

Lancaster, S.H., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, I.C. Burke, F.T. Corbin, Y.S. Sheldon, J.W. Wilcut, and D.W. Monks. 2005.  Influence of selected fungicides on efficacy of clethodim and sethoxydim.  Weed Technol. 19:397-403. †*‡

Lanier, J.E., D.L. Jordan, J.F. Spears, R. Wells, and P.D. Johnson.  2005.  Peanut response to inoculation and nitrogen fertilizer.  Agron. J.  97:79-84. †*‡

Hurt, C.A., R.L. Brandenburg, D.L. Jordan, G.G. Kennedy, and J.E. Bailey.  2004.  Effect of cultivar and plant population on spotted wilt virus in virginia market type peanut.  Peanut Sci. 31:101-107.

Hurt, C.A., R L. Brandenburg, D.L. Jordan, G.G. Kennedy, and J.E. Bailey.  2005.  Management of tomato spotted wilt virus vector Frankliniella fusca (Thysanoptera:Thripidae) in virginia market type peanut.  J. Econ. Entomol.  98:1435-1440.

Lanier, J.E., S.H. Lancaster, D.L. Jordan, P.D. Johnson, J.F. Spears, R. Wells, C.A. Hurt, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2004.  Sicklepod control in peanut seeded in single and twin row planting patterns.  Peanut Sci.  31:36-40. †*‡

Crooks, H.L., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan.  2004.  Tolerance of six soft red winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivars to AE F130060 00 plus AE F115008 00.  Weed Technol. 18:252-257.

Crooks, H.L., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan.  2004.  Wheat (Triticum aestivum) tolerance to AE F130060 00 plus AE F115008 00 as affected by time of application and rate of the safener AE F107892.  Weed Technol.  18:841-845.

Crooks, H.L., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan.  2004.  Wheat (Triticum aestivum) tolerance and Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) control with AE F130060 00 plus AE F115008 00 applied in nitrogen.  Weed Technol.  18:93-99.

Linscombe, S.D., D.L. Jordan, A.B. Burns, and R.P. Viator.  2004.  Rice response to planting date differs at two locations in Louisiana.  Online Crop Management.  doi:10.1094/CM-2004-01XX-01-RS. ‡

Jordan, D.L., J.B. Beam, J.E. Lanier, S.R. Hans, and P.D. Johnson.  2004.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) response to cyclanilide and prohexadione calcium.  Peanut Sci. 31:33-36. *‡

Beasley, J.P., Jr., W.J. Grichar, D.L. Jordan, R.G. Lemon, B.A. Besler, K.D. Brewer, J.B. Beam, P.D. Johns, and J.E. Paulk, III.  2004.  Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) response to the hormone plant growth regulator Early Harvest®.  Peanut Sci.  31:70-73. *‡

Burke, I.C., A.J. Price, J.W. Wilcut, D.L. Jordan, and A.S. Culpepper.  2004.  Annual grass control in peanut (Arachis hypogaea) with clethodim and imazapic.  Weed Technol.  18:88-92. ‡

Lanier, J.E., D.L. Jordan, J.F. Spears, R. Wells, P.D. Johnson, J.S. Barnes, C.A. Hurt, and R.L. Brandenburg.  2004.  Peanut response to planting pattern, row spacing, and irrigation.  Agron. J.  96:1066-1072. †*‡

Lanier, J.E., D.L. Jordan, J.S. Barnes, J. Matthews, G.L. Grabow, W.J. Griffin, Jr., J.E. Bailey, P.D. Johnson, J.F. Spears, and R. Wells.  2004.  Disease management in overhead sprinkler and subsurface drip irrigation systems for peanut.  Agron. J.  96:1058-1065. †*‡

Crooks, H.L., A.C. York, and D.L. Jordan.  2003.  Wheat (Triticum aestivum) tolerance and Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) control by AE F130060 00 plus AE F115008 00 with other herbicides.  Weed Technol.  17:881-889.

Prostko, E.P., T.L. Grey, W.C. Johnson III, D.L. Jordan, W.J. Grichar, B.A. Besler, K.D. Brewer, and E.F. Eastin.  2003.  Influence of preplant applications of 2,4-D, dicamba, tribenuron, and thifensulfuron plus tribenuron on peanut.  Peanut Sci. 30:18-21.

Jordan, D.L., J.F. Spears, and J.W. Wilcut.  2003.  Tolerance of peanut (Arachis hypogaea) to herbicides applied postemergence.  Peanut Sci.  30:8-13. *‡

Jordan, D.L., A.S. Culpepper, W.J. Grichar, J. Tredaway-Ducar, B.J. Brecke, and A.C. York.  2003.  Weed control with combinations of selected fungicides and herbicides applied postemergence to peanut (Arachis hypogaea).  Peanut Sci.  30:1-7. *‡

Corkern, C.B., D.B. Reynolds, J.L. Griffin, D.L. Jordan, D.K. Miller, and P.R. Vidrine.  2003.  Cotton sensitivity to pyrithiobac applied under two irrigation regimes.  J. Cotton Sci.  7:236-241. ‡

Jordan, D.L., G.G. Wilkerson, and D.W. Krueger.  2003.  Evaluation of scouting methods in peanut (Arachis hypogaea) using theoretical net returns from HADSSTM.  Weed Technol. 17:358-365. *‡

Jordan, D.L., J.S. Barnes, C.R. Bogle, R.L. Brandenburg, J.E. Bailey, P.D. Johnson, and A.S. Culpepper.  2003.  Peanut response to cultivar selection, digging date, and tillage intensity.  Agron. J. 95:380-385. *‡

Jordan, D.L., J.E. Bailey, J.S. Barnes, C.R. Bogle, S.G. Bullen, A.B. Brown, K.L. Edmisten, E.J. Dunphy, and P.D. Johnson.  2002. Yield and economic return of ten peanut-based cropping systems.  Agron. J.  94:1289-1294. *‡

Baughman, T.A., W.J. Grichar, and D.L. Jordan.  2002.  Tolerance of virginia-type peanut to different application timings of 2,4-DB.  Peanut Sci. 29:126-128. ‡

Beam, J.B., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, J.E. Bailey, T.G. Isleib, and T.E. McKemie.  2002.  Interactions of prohexadione calcium with agrichemicals applied to peanut (Arachis hypogaea).  Peanut Sci.  29:29-35. †*‡

Beam, J.B., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, T.G. Isleib, J.E. Bailey, T.E. McKemie, J.F. Spears, and P.D. Johnson.  2002.  Influence of prohexadione calcium on pod yield and pod loss of peanut. Agron. J. 94:331-336.  [Erratum: 2002.  Agron J. 94: 955.] †*‡

Jordan, D.L., L.S. Warren, Jr., D.K. Miller, M.C. Smith, D.B. Reynolds, S.H. Crawford, and J.L. Griffin.  2001.  Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) control with preplant herbicides.  J. Cotton Sci.  5:268-274. *‡

Fairbanks, D.E., D.B. Reynolds, J.L. Griffin, D.L. Jordan, C.B. Corkern, P.R. Vidrine, and S.H. Crawford. 2001. Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) tolerance and weed control with thifensulfuron plus tribenuron.  J. Cotton Sci. 5:259-267. ‡

Jordan, D.L., J.S. Barnes, C.R. Bogle, G.C. Naderman, G.T. Roberson, and P.D. Johnson.  2001.  Peanut response to tillage and fertilization. Agron. J. 93:1125-1130. *‡

Jordan, D.L., J.B. Beam, P.D. Johnson, and J.F. Spears.  2001.  Peanut response to prohexadione calcium in three seeding rate-row pattern planting systems.  Agron. J.  93:232-236. *‡

Stewart, A.M., K.L. Edmisten, R. Wells, D.L. Jordan, and A.C.York.  2001.  Wick applicator for applying mepiquat chloride on cotton I: rate response of wick and spray delivery systems.  J. Cotton Sci. 5:9-14.

Stewart, A.M., K.L. Edmisten, R. Wells, A.C.York, and D.L. Jordan.  2001.  Wick applicator for applying mepiquat chloride on cotton II: use in existing mepiquat chloride management systems.  J. Cotton Sci. 5:15-21.

Strahan, R.E., J.L. Griffin, D.L. Jordan, and D.K. Miller.  2000.  Itchgrass (Rottboellia cochinchensis) control in corn (Zea mays) with nicosulfuron and primisulfuron.  Weed Technol.  14:66-71.

Bollich, P.K., D.L. Jordan, D.M. Walker, and A.B. Burns.  2000.  Rice (Oryza sativa) response to the microencapsulated formulation of clomazone.  Weed Technol.  14:89-93. *‡

Jordan, D.L., C.W. Swann, A.S. Culpepper, and A.C. York.  2000.  Influence of adjuvants on peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) response to prohexadione calcium.  Peanut Sci.  27:30-34. *‡

Jordan, D.L., C.W. Swann, J.F. Spears, R.L. Brandenburg, and J.E. Bailey.  2000.  Comparison of virginia and runner market type peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) grown in the Virginia-Carolina area. Peanut Sci. 27:71-77.  *‡

Reynolds, D.B., S.H. Crawford, and D.L. Jordan.  2000.  Cutleaf eveningprimrose control with burndown herbicide combinations in cotton.  J. Cotton Sci.  4:124-129. *‡

York, A.C., D.L. Jordan, R.B. Batts, and A.S. Culpepper.  2000.  Cotton response to imazapic and imazethapyr applied to a preceding cotton crop.  J. Cotton Sci.  4:210-216.

Bailey, W.A., J.W. Wilcut, D.L. Jordan, C.W. Swann, and V.B. Langston.  1999.  Weed management in peanut (Arachishypogaea) with diclosulam preemergence.  Weed Technol.  13:450-456.

Culpepper, A.S., A.C. York, D.L. Jordan, F.T. Corbin, and Y.S. Sheldon.  1999.  Basis for antagonism in bromoxynil and quizalofop-p mixtures applied to yellow foxtail (Setaria glauca).  Weed Technol.  13:515-519.

Culpepper, A.S., D.L. Jordan, A.C. York, F.T. Corbin, and Y.S. Sheldon.  1999.  Influence of adjuvants and bromoxynil on absorption of clethodim.  Weed Technol.  13:536-541.

Bailey, W.A., J.W. Wilcut, D.L. Jordan, C.W. Swann, and V.B. Langston.  1999.  Response of peanut (Arachishypogaea) and selected weeds to diclosulam.  Weed Technol.  13:771-776.

Corkern, C.B., D.L. Jordan, J.L. Griffin, P.R. Vidrine, B.J. Williams, and D.B. Reynolds.1999.  Influence of adjuvants on interactions of sethoxydim and selected broadleaf herbicides used in corn (Zea mays).  Weed Technol.  13:821-824. ‡

Grymes, C.F., J.L. Griffin, D.J. Boethel, B.R. Leonard, D.L. Jordan, and J.S. Russin.  1999.  Soybean response to weed interference and defoliation.  Weed Sci.  47:90-94.

Grymes, C.F., J.L. Griffin, B.R. Leonard, D.L. Jordan, and D.J. Boethel.  1999.  Influence of weeds on insecticide deposition and soybean lopper (Pseudoplusia includens) management.  Weed Sci. 47:321-326.

Jordan, D.L., P.K. Bollich, M.P. Braverman, and D.E. Sanders.  1999.  Influence of tillage and Triticum aestivum cover crop on efficacy of herbicide programs in Oryza sativa.  Weed Sci.  47:332-337. *‡

Jordan, D.L.  1999.  Influence of adjuvant and rate on efficacy of imazapic and 2,4-DB.  Peanut Sci.  26:1-4. * ‡

Jordan, D.L., R.L. Brandenburg, J.E. Bailey, P.D. Johnson, B.M. Royals, and V.L. Curtis.  1999.  Cost effectiveness of pest management practices in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in North Carolina.  Peanut Sci.  26:85-94. *‡

Jordan, D.L., D.K. Miller, and S.H. Crawford.  1998.  Barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) control in dry-seeded rice (Oryza sativa) with soil-applied and postemergence herbicides.  Weed Technol.  12:69-73. *‡

Corkern, C.B., D.B. Reynolds, P.R. Vidrine, J.L. Griffin, and D.L. Jordan.  1998.  Bromoxynil antagonizes johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) control with graminicides.  Weed Technol.  12:205-208.

Jordan, D.L., D.E. Sanders, and S.D. Linscombe.  1998.  Response of four rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars to triclopyr.  Weed Technol.  12:254-257. *‡

Jordan, D.L . and J.A. Kendig.  1998.  Barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) control with postemergence applications of propanil and clomazone in dry-seeded rice (Oryza sativa).  Weed Technol.  12:537-541. *‡

Jordan, D.L., P.K. Bollich, A.B. Burns, and D.M. Walker.  1998.  Rice (Oryza sativa) response to clomazone.  Weed Sci.  46:374-380. *‡

Jordan, D.L., A.S. Culpepper, R.B. Batts, and A.C. York.  1998.  Response of Virginia-type peanut to norflurazon.  Peanut Sci.  25:4-7. ‡

Jordan, D.L., J.F. Spears, and G.A. Sullivan.  1998.  Influence of digging date on yield and gross value of Virginia-type peanut cultivars in North Carolina.  Peanut Sci.  25:43-52. *‡

Miller, D. K., J. L. Griffin, P. R. Vidrine, D. L. Jordan, and D. B. Reynolds.  1998.  Weed management in Roundup Ready Technology. Louisiana Agric.  40 (1):11-13.

Jordan, D.L. and A.B. Burns.  1997.  Influence of adjuvants on hemp sesbania (Sesbania exaltata) control with chlorimuron.  Weed Technol. 11:19-23. *‡

Wilcut, J.W., D.L. Jordan, W.K. Vencil, and J.S. Richburg, III.  1997.  Weed management in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) with soil-applied and postemergence herbicides.  Weed Technol.  11:221-226.

Jordan, D.L., A.C. York, J.L. Griffin, P.A. Clay, P.R. Vidrine, and D.B. Reynolds.  1997.  Influence of application variables on efficacy of glyphosate.  Weed Technol.  11:354-362. *‡

Jordan, D.L., D.B. Reynolds, and S.H. Crawford.  1997.  Rice (Oryza sativa) response to soil residues of selected herbicides.  Weed Technol.  11:379-383. *‡

Jordan, D.L., A.B. Burns, W. Barnett, and J.K. Herrick.  1997.  Influence of adjuvant and formulation on barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) control with propanil in dry-seeded rice (Oryza sativa).  Weed Technol.  11:762-766. *‡

Jordan, D.L., J.L. Griffin, P.R. Vidrine, D.R. Shaw, and D.B. Reynolds.  1997.  Comparison of graminicides applied at equivalent costs in soybean (Glycine max).  Weed Technol.  11:804-816. *‡

Jordan, D.L.  1997.  Efficacy of reduced-rate herbicide combinations in dry-seeded rice (Oryza sativa) on alluvial clay soil.  Weed Sci.  45:151-157. *‡

Jordan, D.L.  1997.  Efficacy of reduced rates of quinclorac applied with propanil or propanil plus molinate in dry-seeded rice (Oryza sativa).  Weed Sci.  45:824-828. *‡

Culpepper, A.S., D.L. Jordan, R.B. Batts, and A.C. York.  1997.  Peanut response to prohexadione calcium as affected by digging date.  Peanut Sci.  24:85-89.

Jordan, D., M. McClelland, A. Kendig, and R. Frans.  1997.  Influence of monosodium methanearsonate on broadleaf weed control with selected postemergence-directed cotton herbicides.  J. Cotton Sci.  1:69-72. *‡

Parish, R.L., R.L. Hutchison, D.B. Reynolds, and D.L. Jordan.  1997.  Weed control in conservation tillage systems for cotton.  Applied Engineering in Agriculture.  13:583-587. *

Jordan, D.L.  1996.  Adjuvants and growth stage affect purple nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) control with chlorimuron and imazethapyr.  Weed Technol.  10:359-362. *‡

Jordan, D.L., P.R . Vidrine, J.L. Griffin, and D.B. Reynolds.  1996.  Influence of adjuvants on efficacy of clethodim.  Weed Technol.  10:738-743. *‡

Vidrine, P.R., J.L. Griffin, D.L. Jordan, and D. B. Reynolds.  1996.  Broadleaf weed control in soybean (Glycine max) with sulfentrazone.  Weed Technol.  10:762-765.

Braverman, M.P. and D.L. Jordan.  1996.  Efficacy of KIH-2023 in dry- and water-seeded rice (Oryza sativa).  Weed Technol.  10:876-882.

Jordan, D. L., J. L. Griffin, and P. R. Vidrine.  1996.  Comparison of grass control in soybean with graminicides applied at equivalent costs.  Louisiana Agric. 32 (9):18-19. ‡

Jordan, D. L. and S. H. Crawford.  1996.  Residual herbicides prove beneficial on clay soils.  Louisiana Agric.  38(4):16. ‡

Jordan, D. L.  1996.  Barnyardgrass control with postemergence herbicides applied at reduced rates in dry-seeded rice.  Louisiana Agric.  38(4):13-16. ‡

Crawford, S.H. and D.L. Jordan.  1995.  Comparison of single and multiple applications of propanil and residual herbicides in dry-seeded rice (Oryza sativa).  Weed Technol. 9:153-157. *‡

Reynolds, D.B., D.L. Jordan, P.R. Vidrine, and J.L. Griffin.  1995.  Broadleaf weed control with trifluralin plus flumetsulam in soybean (Glycine max).  Weed Technol. 9:446-451. ‡

Jordan, D.L.  1995.  Interactions of fenoxaprop-ethyl with bensulfuron and bentazon in dry-seeded rice (Oryza sativa).  Weed Technol. 9:724-727. *‡

Jordan, D.L.  1995.  Influence of adjuvants on antagonism of graminicides by broadleaf herbicides. Weed Technol.  9:741-747. *‡

York, A.C., J.W. Wilcut, C.W. Swann, D.L. Jordan, and F.R. Walls, Jr. 1995.  Efficacy of imazethapyr in peanut (Arachis hypogaea) as affected by time of application.  Weed Sci. 43:107-116.

Corkern, C. B., D. B. Reynolds, P. R. Vidrine, J. L. Griffin, and D. L. Jordan.  1995.  Buctril GEL antagonizes johnsongrass control with graminicides.  Louisiana Agric. 38 (4):19-20.

Jordan, D.L., J.W. Wilcut, and L.D. Fortner.  1994.  Utility of clomazone for annual grass and broadleaf weed control in peanut.  Weed Technol. 8:23-27.

York, A.C., D.L. Jordan, and J.W. Wilcut.  1994.  Peanut control in rotational crops.  Peanut Sci.  21:40-43.

Griffin, J. L., D. B. Reynolds, D. L. Jordan, L. M. Prochaska, and R. L. Rogers.  1994.  Evaluation of Roundup ReadyTM transgenic soybean in Louisiana.  Louisiana Agric. 37 (3):23.

Jordan, D.L., M.R. McClelland, R.E. Frans, and J.A. Kendig.  1993.  Effect of MSMA on entireleaf morningglory (Ipomoea hederacea var. integriuscula) control with postemergence cotton herbicides.  Weed Technol. 7:36-41. *‡

Jordan, D.L., R.E. Frans, and M.R. McClelland.  1993.  DPX-PE350 does not interact with early season insecticides in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum).  Weed Technol. 7:92-96. *‡

Jordan, D.L., R.E. Frans, and M.R. McClelland.  1993.  Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) response to DPX-PE350 applied postemergence.  Weed Technol. 7:159-162. *‡

Jordan, D.L., R.E. Frans, and M.R. McClelland.  1993.  Total postemergence herbicide programs in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) with sethoxydim and DPX-PE350.  Weed Technol. 7:196-201. *‡

Jordan, D.L., A.C. York, M.R. McClelland, and R.E. Frans.  1993.  Clomazone as a component in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) herbicide programs.  Weed Technol. 7:202-211. *‡

Jordan, D.L., R.E. Frans, and M.R. McClelland.  1993.  Influence of application rate and timing on efficacy of DPX-PE350 applied postemergence.  Weed Technol. 7:216-219. *‡

Jordan, D.L., R.E. Frans, and M.R. McClelland.  1993.  Interactions of DPX-PE350 with fluazifop-P, sethoxydim, clethodim, and quizalofop-P.  Weed Technol. 7:605-610. *‡

Jordan, D.L. R.E. Frans, and M.R. McClelland.  1993.  Influence of application variables on efficacy of postemergence applications of DPX-PE350.  Weed Technol. 7:619-624. *‡

Johnson, D.H., D.L. Jordan, W.G. Johnson, R.E. Talbert, and R.E. Frans.  1993.  Nicosulfuron, primisulfuron, imazethapyr, and DPX-PE350 injury to succeeding crops.  Weed Technol. 7:641-644.

Jordan, D.L., D.H. Johnson, W.G. Johnson, J.A. Kendig, R.E. Frans, and R.E. Talbert.  1993.  Carryover of DPX-PE350 to grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) and soybean (Glycine max) on two Arkansas soils.  Weed Technol.  7:645-649. *‡

Jordan, D.L., M.C. Smith, M.R. McClelland, and R.E. Frans.  1993.  Weed control with bromoxynil applied alone and with graminicides.  Weed Technol. 7:835-839. *‡

Jordan, D.L., J.W. Wilcut, and J.S. Richburg, III.  1993.  DPX-PE350 for weed control in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.).  Peanut Sci. 20:97-101.

Jordan, D.L., J.W. Wilcut, and C.W. Swann.  1993.  Application timing of lactofen for broadleaf weed control in peanut (Arachis hypogaea).  Peanut Sci. 20:129-131.

York, A.C. and D.L. Jordan.  1992.  Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) response to clomazone and insecticide combinations.  Weed Technol. 6:796-800.

Jordan, D.L., R.E. Frans, and M.R. McClelland.  1992.  Morningglory control in cotton with herbicides applied at planting.  Ark. Farm Res.  41(2):11-12. ‡

Jordan, D. L., R. E. Frans, M. R. McClelland, and A. C. York.  1992.  Clomazone in cotton herbicide programs.  Ark. Farm Res. 41(5):6-7. ‡

Jordan, D. L., R. E. Frans, M. R. McClelland, D. H. Johnson, R. E. Talbert, and J. A. Kendig.  1992.  Postemergence broadleaf weed control in cotton with DPX-PE350.  Ark. Farm Res. 41(6):4-5. ‡

Jordan, D. L., M. R. McClelland, and R. E. Frans.  1992.  MSMA effect on postemergence directed cotton herbicides.  Ark. Farm Res.  41(6):6-7. ‡

York, A.C., D.L. Jordan, and R.E. Frans.  1991.  Insecticides modify cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) response to clomazone. Weed Technol.  5:729-735.

Jordan, D. L., R. E. Frans, W. Williams, and M. R. McClelland.  1991.  Herbicide programs and cost effectiveness of various levels of input in peanuts.  Ark. Farm Res. 40(6):12-13. ‡

York, A.C., D.L. Jordan, and J.W. Wilcut.  1990.  Effects of (NH4)2 SO4 and BCH 81508 S on efficacy of sethoxydim.  Weed Technol.  4:76-80.

Jordan, D. L., R. E. Frans, M. R. McClelland, and W. G. Johnson.  1990.  Economics of postemergence herbicides in cotton.  Ark. Farm. Res. 39(4):7. ‡

Johnson, W. G., D. L. Jordan, R. E. Frans, and M. R. McClelland.  1990.  Johnsongrass control and regrowth with postemergence grass herbicides.  Ark. Farm Res. 39(4):6.

Jordan, D.L. and A.C. York.  1989.  Effects of ammonium fertilizers and BCH 81508 S on antagonism with sethoxydim plus bentazon mixtures.  Weed Technol. 3:450-454.

Jordan, D.L., A.C. York, and F.T. Corbin.  1989.  Effect of ammonium sulfate and bentazon on sethoxydim absorption.  Weed Technol. 3:674-677.