Graeme Bourdȏt
Graeme Bourdȏt
Principal Scientist, AgResearch, Lincoln, New Zealand
Verified email at agresearch.co.nz
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Influence of herbivory, competition and soil fertility on the abundance of Cirsium arvense in acid grassland
GR Edwards, GW Bourdot, MJ Crawley
Journal of Applied Ecology 37 (2), 321-334, 2000
872000
New Zealand pest management: current and future challenges
SL Goldson, GW Bourd˘t, EG Brockerhoff, AE Byrom, MN Clout, ...
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 45 (1), 31-58, 2015
742015
Pastoral weeds in New Zealand: status and potential solutions
GW Bourd˘t, SV Fowler, GR Edwards, DJ Kriticos, JM Kean, A Rahman, ...
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 50 (2), 139-161, 2007
512007
The BioChon story: deployment of Chondrostereum purpureum to suppress stump sprouting in hardwoods
MD De Jong
Mycologist 14 (2), 58-62, 2000
512000
A model of the escape of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum ascospores from pasture
MD de Jong, GW Bourdoˆt, J Powell, J Goudriaan
Ecological Modelling 150 (1-2), 83-105, 2002
502002
Classical biological control of Cirsium arvense: lessons from the past
MG Cripps, A Gassmann, SV Fowler, GW Bourd˘t, AS McClay, ...
Biological Control 57 (3), 165-174, 2011
452011
Impacts of applied Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on the dynamics of a Cirsium arvense population
GW Bourd˘t, GA Hurrell, DJ Saville, DM Leathwick
Weed research 46 (1), 61-72, 2006
442006
Biocontrol options for Cirsium arvense with indigenous fungal pathogens
S Guske, B Schulz, C Boyle
Weed research 44 (2), 107-116, 2004
422004
Effect of application time on the efficacy of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum as a mycoherbicide for Cirsium arvense control in pasture
GA Hurrell, GW Bourd˘t, DJ Saville
Biocontrol Science and Technology 11 (3), 317-330, 2001
292001
Dairy production revenue losses in New Zealand due to giant buttercup (Ranunculus acris)
GW Bourd˘t, DJ Saville, D Crone
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 46 (4), 295-303, 2003
282003
Density and cover estimates of some non-palatable herbaceous pasture weeds
GW Bourdot, D Kelly
Proceedings of the New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference 39, 183-186, 1986
281986
Enemy release does not increase performance of Cirsiumáarvense in New Zealand
MG Cripps, GR Edwards, GW Bourd˘t, DJ Saville, HL Hinz, SV Fowler
Plant Ecology 209 (1), 123-134, 2010
272010
A review of the ecology and management of Ranunculus acris subsp. acris in pasture
SL Lamoureaux, GW Bourd˘t
Weed research 47 (6), 461-471, 2007
262007
Does transmission of the rust pathogen, Puccinia punctiformis, require stem mining vectors?
MG Cripps, GR Edwards, NW Waipara, GW Bourd˘t, DJ Saville, ...
Biocontrol Science and technology 19 (4), 447-454, 2009
252009
Safety zones for a Sclerotinia sclerotiorum-based mycoherbicide: Accounting for regional and yearly variation in climate
GW Bourd˘t, D Baird, GA Hurrell, MD De Jong
Biocontrol science and technology 16 (4), 345-358, 2006
252006
Risk analysis for biological weed control–simulating dispersal of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib.) de Bary ascospores from a pasture after biological control of Cirsium arvenseá…
MD De Jong, GW Bourd˘t, GA Hurrell, DJ Saville, HJ Erbrink, JC Zadoks
Aerobiologia 18 (3-4), 211-222, 2002
232002
Effects of pasture competition and specialist herbivory on the performance of Cirsium arvense
MG Cripps, GR Edwards, GW Bourd˘t, DJ Saville, HL Hinz, SV Fowler
Biocontrol Science and Technology 20 (6), 641-656, 2010
212010
Chondrostereum purpureum and Fusarium tumidum independently reduce regrowth in gorse (Ulex europaeus)
GW Bourd˘t, J Barton, GA Hurrell, AF Gianotti, DJ Saville
Biocontrol science and technology 16 (3), 307-327, 2006
212006
A methodology for risk analysis of plurivorous fungi in biological weed control: Sclerotinia sclerotiorum as a model
MD De Jong, DE Aylor, GW Bourd˘t
BioControl 43 (4), 397-419, 1999
201999
Phomopsis cirsii: a potential biocontrol agent of Cirsium arvense
V Leth, J Netland, C Andreasen
Weed research 48 (6), 533-541, 2008
192008
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