Publications – Soil Microbial Ecology Lab


Trivińo, N., Rodriguez-Sanchez, A., Filley, T., Camberato, J., Colley, M., Simon, P., Hoagland, L., 2023. Carrot genotypes differentially alter soil bacterial communities and decomposition of plant residue in soil. Plant and Soil  

Souza, A., Zea, M., Yang, Y., Lee, L., Hoagland, L., 2022. Classifying cadmium contaminated leafy vegetables using hyperspectral imaging and machine learning. Heylion org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2022.e12256

Marghoob, M., Rodriguez-Sanchez, A., Imran, A., Mubeen, F., Hoagland, L 2022. Diversity and functional traits of indigenous soil microbial flora associated with salinity and heavy metal concentrations in agricultural fields within the Indus Basin, Pakistan. Frontiers in Microbiology

Richardville, K., Egel, D., Flachs, A., Jaiswal, A., Perkins, D., Thompson, A., Hoagland, L. (2022). Leaf mold compost reduces waste, improves soil and microbial properties, and increases tomato productivity. Urban Agriculture and Regional Food Systems.

Zea, M. Souza, A., Yang, Y., Lee, L., Nemali, K., Hoagland, L. (2022). Leveraging high-throughput hyperspectral imaging technology to detect cadmium stress in two leafy green crops and accelerate soil remediation efforts. Environmental Pollution

Rodriguez-Sanchez, A., Tomasek, A., McMillan, S., Cruz, S., Mendoza, M., Rondon, R., Hoagland, L. (2022). Composition and potential functional roles of soil fungal communities on arid farms in Arequipa (southern Peru) characterized using SMRT sequencing. Applied Soil Ecology

Rouphael, Y., Colla, G., Hoagland, L., Giordano, M., el-Nakehl, C., Cardarelli, M. (2021). Vegetal-protein hydrolysates based microgranule enhances growth, mineral content and quality traits of vegetable transplants. Scientia Horticulturae 290:110554

Simon, P., Colley, M., Hoagland, L., Silva, E., Dawson, J., Dutoit, L., Water, T., Roberts, P., Sidhu, J. (2021). Carrot improvement for organic agriculture with added grower and consumer value. Organic World Congress, Rennes France

Jaiswal, A., Mengiste, T., Myers, J., Egel, D., Hoagland, L. (2020). Tomato domestication has attenuated responsiveness to a beneficial soil microbe for plant growth promotion and induction of systemic resistance to foliar pathogens. Frontiers in Microbiology. Doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.604566

Abdelrazek, S., Choudhari, S., Thimmapuram, Y., Simon, P., Colley, M., Mengiste, T., Hoagland, L. (2020). Changes in the core endophytic mycobiome of carrot taproots in response to crop management and genotype. Scientific Reports org/10.1038/s41598-020-70683-x.

Cardarelli, M, Rouphael, Y., Coppa, E., Hoagland, L., Colla, G. (2020). Using a microgranular based biostimulant in vegetable transplant production to enhance growth and nitrogen uptake. Agronomy DOI:10.3390/agronomy10060842.  

Abdelrazek, S., Simon, P., Colley, M., Mengiste, T., Hoagland, L. (2020). Crop management system and carrot genotype affect endophyte composition and Alternaria dauci PLOSOne 

Ku, S., Ximenes, , Kreke, T., Foster, K., Couetil, J.C., Zhao, X., Hoagland, L., Deering, A.J., Ladisch, M.R., (2019). Microbial enrichment and multiplexed microfiltration for accelerated detection of Salmonella in spinach. Biotechnology Progress doi: 10.1002/btpr.2874.  

Egel, D., Hoagland, L., Davis, J., Marchino, C., Bloomquist, M. (2019). Efficacy of organic disease control products on common foliar diseases of tomato in field and greenhouse trials. Journal of Crop Protection 122:90-97

Ximenes, E., Ku, S., Hoagland, L., & Ladish, M. (2019). Accelerated sample preparation for fast Salmonella detection in poultry products. Foodborne Bacterial Pathogens, 3-20

Hoagland, L., Ximenses, E., Ku, S., & Ladisch, M. (2018). Foodborne pathogens in horticultural production systems: ecology and mitigation. Scientia Horticulturae, 236, 192-206.

Hoagland, L., Colley, M., Dawson, J., Davis, J., Egel, D., Gu, S., Myers, J., Zystro, J. (2018). Tomato management and improvement project (TOMI): An interdisciplinary approach to managing foliar pathogens in tomato. Acta Horticulturae 1207:203-210

Egel, D., Myers, J., Hoagland, L. (2018). Microbial hitchhikers on seed: friend or foe? 2018 Organic Seed Alliance Biennial Conference, Corvallis, OR.

Colla, G., Hoagland, L., Ruzzi, M., Cardarelli, M., Bonini, P., Canaguier, R., & Rouphael, Y. (2017). Biostimulant Action of Protein Hydrolysates: Unraveling Their Effects on Plant Physiology and Microbiome. Frontiers in Plant Science, 22, 1-14.

Ximenes, E. A., Hoagland, L. A., Ku, S., & Ladisch, M. R. (2017). Human pathogens in biofilms: formation, physiology and detection. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. doi:10.1002/bit.26247

Simon, P., Navazio, J., Colley, M., Hoagland, L,, Roberts, P., DuToit, L., . . . McCluskey, C. (2017). The CIOA Project: Location, cropping system, and genetic background influence carrot performance including top height and flavor. Acta Horticulturacea. doi:

Reeve, J., Hoagland, L., Villalba, J., Carr, P., Attucha, A., Cambardella, C., . . . Davis (2016). Organic farming, soil health, and food quality: Considering possible linkages. Advances in Agronomy, 137, 1-49.

Rudisill, M., Turco, R. F., & Hoagland, L. (2016). Rhizosphere effects and fertility management influence nitrification and ammonia oxidizers in intensively managed vegetable production systems. Applied Soil Ecology, 99, 70-77.

Shoaf, N., Egel, D. S., & Hoagland, L. (2016). Suppression of Phytophthora blight in sweet pepper depends on biochar amendment and soil type. Hortscience, 51(5), 518-524.

Hallett, S. G., Hoagland, L., and Toner, E. (2016). Urban agriculture: environmental, economic and social perspectives. Horticulture Reviews, 44, 65-109.

Hoagland, L. (2015). Breeding for beneficial plant-microbial relationships: how do we get there? Eucarpia Workshop On Implementing Plant-Microbe interaction in Plant Breeding, Weihenstephan, Germany 23-24.

Rudisill, M., Turco, R. F., & Hoagland, L. (2015). Sustaining soil quality in intensively managed high tunnel vegetable production systems; a role for green manures and chicken litter. Hortscience, 50(3), 461-468.

Hoagland, L., Navazio, J., Zystro, J., Kaplan, I., Gomez Vargas, J., Gibson, K. (2015). Key traits and promising germplasm for an organic participatory tomato breeding program in the U.S. Midwest. HortScience 50(9):1-8

du Toit, L.J., Derie, M.L., Christianson, C.E., Hoagland, L., and Simon, P. (2014). First Report of Bacterial Blight of Carrot in Indiana Caused by Xanthomonas hortorum carotae. Plant Disease 98(5):685.

Hoagland, L., Rudisill, M. (2014) Managing soil quality in high tunnels. Great Lakes Fruit and Vegetable EXPO, Grand Rapids, MI 56-57.

Hoagland, L., Maynard, C., Cerruti, N., Egel, D., Evard, J., Nava, B., Spencer, S., (2014). Nitrogen release and disease suppressive activity of four organic fertility amendments on three vegetable farms. Great Lakes Fruit and Vegetable EXPO, Grand Rapids, MI 13-14.

Borrrelli, K., Koenig, R., Gallagher, R., Pittman, D., Snyder, A., Burke, I., Hoagland, L., Fuerst, E.P. (2012) Alternative strategies for transitioning to organic production in direct seeded grain systems in eastern Washington II: Soil fertility. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 36(4):461-477.

Hoagland, L., Mazzola, M., Murphy, K.M., Jones, S.S., (2012). Wheat varietal selection and annual vs. perennial growth habit impact soil microbial community and apple replant disease suppression. Organic Seed Alliance Conference, Port Townsend, WA. pp. 13-15.

Turner, S., Benedict, C., Darby, H., Hoagland, L., Simonson, P., Sirrine, R., and Murphy, K. (2011). Challenges and opportunities of organic hop production in the U.S. Agronomy Journal 103(5):1645-1654.

TerAvest, D., Smith, J., Carpenter-Boggs, L., Hoagland, L., Granatstein, D., Reganold, J. (2011). Soil carbon pools, N supply, and tree performance under several ground cover systems and compost rates in a young apple orchard. HortScience 46(12):1687-1694.

Murphy, K., Hoagland, L., Yan, L., Colley, M., and Jones, S. (2011). Genotype X environmental interaction for mineral nutrient concentration in organically grown spring wheat. Agronomy Journal 103(6):1734-1741.

Hoagland, L., Hodges, L., Brandle, J.R., Helmers, G.A., and Francis, C. (2011). A decision support tool for optimizing integration of specialty crop enterprises in grain production systems. 5th World Congress of Conservation Agriculture incorporating 3rd Farming Systems Design Conference, Brisbane, Australia. pp. 56-58.

Hoagland, L., Hodges, L., Brandle, J.R., Helmers, G.A, and Francis, C.A. (2010). Labor availability in an integrated agricultural system. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 34(5):532-548.

Gallagher, R.S., Pittman, D., Snyder, A.M., Koenig, R.T., Fuerst, E.P., Burke, I.C., Hoagland, L. (2010). Alternative strategies for the transition to organic production in direct-seeded grain systems in eastern WA I: Crop agronomy. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 34(5):483-503.

TerAvest, D., Smith, J.L., Carpenter-Boggs, L., Hoagland, L., Granatstein, D. and Reganold, J. (2010). Influence of orchard floor management and compost application timing on N partitioning in organically managed apple trees. HortScience 45(4):637-642.

Murphy, K., Hoagland, L., Reeves, P., Baik, B., and Jones, S. (2009). Nutritional and quality characteristics expressed in 31 perennial wheat breeding lines. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 24(4):285-292.

Hoagland, L., Murphy, K., Carpenter-Boggs, L., Jones, S. (2008). Improving nutrient uptake in wheat through cultivar specific interaction with Azospirillum. Second Scientific Conference of the International Society for Organic Agricultural Research (ISOFAR), Modena, Italy. 526-565.

Hoagland, L., Murphy, K., Carpenter-Boggs, Jones, S. (2008).  Breeding winter wheat for association with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Organic Seed Alliance Conference, Salem, OR.  pp. 97-100.

Hoagland, L., Carpenter-Boggs, L., Granatstein, D., Mazzola, M., Peryea, F., Smith, J., Reganold, J. (2008). Orchard floor management effects on nitrogen fertility and soil biological activity in a newly established organic apple orchard. Biology and Fertility of Soils 45(1):11-18.

Hoagland, L., Carpenter-Boggs, L., Reganold, J., Mazzola, M. (2008). Role of native soil biology in Brassicaceae seed meal induced weed suppression. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40(7):1689-1697.