Browsing publications by Peter Shotton

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Leo Rempelos
Dr Julia Cooper
Dr Stephen Wilcockson
Dr Michael Eyre
Peter Shotton
et al.
Quantitative proteomics to study the response of potato to contrasting fertilisation regimes2013
Dr Catherine Tétard-Jones
Peter Shotton
Leo Rempelos
Dr Julia Cooper
Dr Michael Eyre
et al.
Quantitative proteomics to study the response of wheat to contrasting fertilisation regimes2013
Dr Paul Bilsborrow
Dr Julia Cooper
Dr Catherine Tétard-Jones
Dr Dominika Srednicka-Tober
Marcin Baranski
et al.
The effect of organic and conventional management on the yield and quality of wheat grown in a long-term field trial2013
Michael Palmer
Dr Julia Cooper
Dr Catherine Tétard-Jones
Marcin Baranski
Dr Michael Eyre
et al.
The influence of organic and conventional fertilisation and crop protection practices, preceding crop, harvest year and weather conditions on yield and quality of potato (Solanum tuberosum) in a long-term management trial2013
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Peter Shotton
Leonidas Rempelos
Dr Michael Eyre
Professor Carlo Leifert
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Contrasting nutrient input and crop protection regimes lead to differences in the wheat leaf proteome2012
Charilaos Giotis
Afroditi Theodoropoulou
Dr Julia Cooper
Peter Shotton
Dr Robert Shiel
et al.
Effect of variety choice, resistant rootstocks and chitin soil amendments on soil-borne diseases in soil-based, protected tomato production systems2012
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Professor Carlo Leifert
Peter Shotton
Professor Mark Whittingham
Disentangling the effects of fertilisers and pesticides on winter stubble use by farmland birds2011
Dr Julia Cooper
Dr Roy Sanderson
Peter Shotton
Andrew Carmichael
Dr Reza Sadrabadi Haghighi
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Effect of Organic and Conventional Crop Rotation, Fertilization, and Crop Protection Practices on Metal Contents in Wheat (Triticum aestivum)2011
Charilaos Giotis
Afroditi Theodoropoulou
Eleftheria Toufexi
Peter Shotton
Dr Robert Shiel
et al.
Effect of soil amendments and biological control agents (BCAs) on soil-borne root diseases caused by Pyrenochaeta lycopersici and Verticillium albo-atrum in organic greenhouse tomato production systems2009
Charilaos Giotis
Afroditi Theodoropoulou
Eleftheria Toufexi
Peter Shotton
Dr Robert Shiel
et al.
Effect of soil amendments and biological control agents (BCSs) on soil-borne root diseases caused by Pyrenochaeta lycopersici and Verticillium albo-atrum in organic greenhouse tomato production systems2009
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