Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of California
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Dani Lightle

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Orchard Systems Advisor
Cooperative Extension Glenn County
PO Box 697, 821 E. South Street
Orland, CA 95963
530-865-1153
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Education

Ph.D. Entomology, Oregon State University. 2013
B.A. Biology, College of Wooster. 2007

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Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • Lightle, D.; Dosset, M.; Ebert, T.; Finn, C.E.; Martin, R.R.; Lee, J.C. (2015). "Effects of three novel resistant black raspberry selections on Amphorophora agathonica feeding behavior and performance." Arthropod-Plant Interactions 9(5): 487-496.
  • Quito-Avila, D.; Lightle, D.; Lee, J.C.; Martin, R.R. (2014). "Effect of Raspberry bushy dwarf virus, Raspberry leaf mottle virus, and Raspberry latent virus on plant growth and fruit crumbliness in 'Meeker' red raspberry." Plant Disease 98(2): 176-183.
  • Lightle, D.; Lee, J.C. (2014). "Raspberry viruses affect the behavior and performance of Amphorophora agathonica in single and mixed infections." Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 151(1): 57-64.
  • Lightle, D.; Quito-Avila, D.; Martin, R.R.; Lee, J.C. (2014). "Seasonal phenology of Amphorophora agathonica (Hemiptera: Aphididae) and spread of viruses in red raspberry in Washington." Environmental Entomology 43(2): 467-473.
  • Lightle, D.; Lee, J.C. (2013). Large raspberry aphid Amphorophora agathonica. Pacific Northwest Extension Publication PNW 648,
  • Lightle, D.; Dosset, M.; Backus, E.A.; Lee, J.C. (2012). "Location of the mechanism of resistance to Amphorophora agathonica (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in red raspberry." Journal of Economic Entomology 104: 1465-1470.
  • Quito, D.; Lightle, D.; Lee, J.C.; Martin, R.R. (2012). "Transmission biology of Rasbperry latent virus, the first aphid-borne reovirus." Phytopathology 102: 547-553.

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Lightle, D. (2015). Almond Canopy Cankers. Sacramento Valley Almond Newsletter, July
  • Milliron, L.; Lightle, D.; Hasey, J. (2015). Late summer and fall orchard management considerations. Sacramento Valley Walnut Newsletter, August
  • Lightle, D.; Symmes, E.J. (2015). Navel orangeworm in walnuts. Sacramento Valley Walnut Newsletter, August
  • Fichtner, E.; Lightle, D.; Krugner, R. (2015). Olive Quick Decline in Italy is associated with unique strain of Xylella fastidiosa. Olive News, May
  • Lightle, D. (2015). Winter and bloom almond orchard management considerations. Sacramento Valley Almond Newsletter, January
  • Lightle, D.; Niederholzer, F. (2014). Fall orchard considerations. Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter, October
  • Lightle, D.; Niederholzer, F. (2014). Fall orchard considerations. Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter, October
  • Lightle, D.; Hasey, J. (2014). Fall orchard management considerations. Sacramento Valley Walnut Newsletter, September
  • Lightle, D. (2014). Insect activity, spring 2014. Sacramento Valley Almond Newsletter, April
  • Lightle, D.; Greer, K. (2014). Irrigation system maintenance. Sacramento Valley Almond Newsletter, October
  • Lightle, D.; Greer, K. (2014). Irrigation system maintenance. Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter, October
  • Lightle, D.; Greer, K. (2014). Irrigation system maintenance. Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter, October
  • Lightle, D. (2014). Mid-season olive fly update. Olive News, August
  • Buchner, R.P.; Lightle, D. (2014). Navel orangeworm management - 2014. Sacramento Valley Almond Newsletter, June
  • Fichtner, E.; Lightle, D.; Krugner, R. (2014). Olive "quick decline" in Italy is associated with Xylella fastidiosa, a plant pathogenic bacterium also associated with California olives. CAPCA Advisor. XVII: 44-45.
  • Fichtner, E.; Lightle, D. (2014). Olive "quick decline" in southern Italy may be associated with pathogen common in California. Olive news, August
  • Lightle, D. (2014). Prune aphids in spring and summer. Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter, April
  • Lightle, D.; Buchner, R.P. (2014). Scale identification and lifecycles in walnut orchards. Sacramento Valley Walnut Newsletter, July
  • Lightle, D. (2014). Scouting for spider mites in prunes. Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter, June
  • Lightle, D.; Pope, K. (2014). Winter sanitation - hull rot and navel orangeworm. Sacramento Valley Almond Newsletter, October

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