Browsing publications by Dr Robert Shiel

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
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 Robert Shiel
Dr Olivier Sparagano
Dr Jonathan Guy
Laboratory screening of potential predators of the poultry red mite (Dermanyssus gallinae) and assessment of Hypoaspis miles performance under varying biotic and abiotic conditions2012
Dr Robert Shiel
Chris Freeman
Additional carbon sequestration benefits of grassland diversity restoration2011
Dr Lorna Lueck
Dr Robert Shiel
Professor Carlo Leifert
Preference of laboratory rats for food based on wheat grown under organic versus conventional production conditions2011
Dr Robert Shiel
Dr Jonathan Guy
In vitro and in vivo acaricidal activity and residual toxicity of spinosad to the poultry red mite, Dermanyssus gallinae2010
David George
Dr Olivier Sparagano
Dr Gordon Port
Dr Edward Okello
Dr Robert Shiel
et al.
Environmental interactions with the toxicity of plant essential oils to the poultry red mite Dermanyssus gallinae2010
David George
Dr Olivier Sparagano
Dr Gordon Port
Dr Edward Okello
Dr Robert Shiel
et al.
Toxicity of plant essential oils to different life stages of the poultry red mite, Dermanyssus gallinae, and non-target invertebrates2010
David George
Dr Olivier Sparagano
Professor Chris Seal
Dr Robert Shiel
Dr Jonathan Guy
et al.
A pilot study into the chemical and sensorial effect of thyme and pennyroyal essential oil on hens eggs2009
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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