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Journal and other peer reviewed papers

Journal papers

These papers and articles have all been through the peer-review process. In the case of a journal article, the name of the journal and the volume/number are included. Some of these papers are available to view and download from this site, just click on the name following the title. The other papers are available in University of California libraries, other scientific libraries or online from a document service. 

This site contains research-based information on herbicide uses. The information contained within on herbicides and practices does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the University of California. Check with pesticide regulatory authorities (in California: the County Agricultural Commissioner and the CA Department of Pesticide Regulation) for specific requirements. 

Bell, C.E., J. Ekhoff and M. Witter. 2013. Herbicides as a tool for rescuing the California State Grass, Stipa Pulchra. Grasslands Fall 2013, pgs 5-11. CNGA Fall 2013_Carl Bell_Article copy 

Bell, C. E. 2011. Giant reed (Arundo donax L) response to glyphosate and imazapyr. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management v49: 111-113.

Bell, C.E., T. Easley, and K. Rousch Goodman. 2008. Effective fennel control with herbicides in natural habitats in California. Invasive Plant Science and Management, v1n1.

Bell, C.E., J. M. DiTomaso, and C.A. Wilen. 2007. Invasive Plants, UC IPM Pest Note, UC ANR Publication 74139. invasive plants pest note

Wilen, C.A., C.E. Bell, K. Robb, and J. Greishop. 2006. Survey of University of California academics attitudes regarding the impact of horticultural introductions on wildlands. Journal of Extension (44:1). Available online at - 
Bell, C.E., C.A.Wilen, and A.E. Stanton. 2003. Invasive plants of horticultural origin. HortScience 38(1).

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