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Brantley, E.A., Davis, D.D., and Kuhns, L.J. 1997. Fungi in your mulch. The Pennsylvania State University, College of Agricultural Sciences, University Park, PA. (full text)

Brantley, E.A., Davis, D.D., and Kuhns, L.J. 1997. There's a fungus among us! Pondkeeper 14-19.

Brantley, E.A., Davis, D.D., and Kuhns, L.J. 2000. Influence of mulch characteristics on the sporulation of the artillery fungus Sphaerobolus stellatus. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 19:89-95.

Brantley, E.A. D., D.D., and Kuhns, L.J. 2000. Biological control of the artillery fungus, Sphaerobolus stellatus, with Trichoderma harzianum and Bacillus subtilis. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 19:21-23.

Davis, D.D., and Fidanza, M.A. 2011. Fresh recycled mushroom compost suppresses artillery fungi sporulation: a 4-year field study. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 29(2):91-95. (full text)

Davis, D.D., and Fidanza, M.A. 2013. The dreaded artillery fungus. Pennsylvania Turfgrass: The Pennsylvania Turfgrass Council Magazine 2(2):14-17.

Davis, D.D., and Fidanza, M.A. 2014. The dreaded artillery fungus. AmeriMulch NewsLetter 4-5.

Davis, D.D., Fidanza, M.A., and Farrell, L.J. 2008. Spent mushroom compost: a green solution to artillery fungus. Mushroom News 56:8-16.

Davis, D.D., Fidanza, M.A., and Farrell, L.J. 2008. Blending landscape mulch with mushroom compost: a green solution to the artillery fungus problem. Soil and Mulch Producers News 4:4-7.

Davis, D.D., Fidanza, M.A., and Kuhns, L.J. 2007. Spent mushroom compost can help win the war against artillery fungus. Soil and Mulch Producers News 1:1-4.

Davis, D.D., and Kuhns, L.J. 2005. Spent mushroom compost suppresses artillery fungi in landscape mulch. Pages 10-11. in: Spent Mushroom Substrate - Scientific Research & Practical Applications. American Mushroom Institute.

Davis, D.D., and Kuhns, L.J. 2005. Spent mushroom compost suppresses artillery fungi in landscape mulch. Journal of Pennsylvania and Landscape Nursery Association 51:25-27.

Davis, D.D., and Kuhns, L.J. 2005. Spent mushroom substrate (SMS) suppresses artillery fungi in landscape mulch. Mushroom News 53:10-13.

Davis, D.D., Kuhns, L.J., Akina, K., and Harpster, T. L. 2004. Sporulation by the artillery fungus on 27 different mulches - a field study. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 22:117-123. (full text)

Davis, D.D., Kuhns, L.J., and Harpster, T. L. 2006. Use of mushroom compost to suppress artillery fungi. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 24:212-215. (full text)

Fidanza, M.A. 2009. Recycled mushroom compost suppresses bird's nest fungi in landscape mulch. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 27(4):238-240.

Fidanza, M.A., and Davis, D.D. 2009. In vitro screening of fungicides to control artillery fungus. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 27(3):155-158.

Geml, J., Davis, D.D., and Geiser, D.M. 2005. Phylogenetic analyses reveal deeply divergent species lineages in the genus Sphaerobolus (Phallales: Basidiomycota). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 35:313-322. (full text)

Geml, J., Davis, D.D., and Geiser, D.M. 2005. Systematics of the genus Sphaerobolus based on molecular and morphological data, with the description of Sphaerobolus ingoldii sp. nov. Mycologia 97(3):680-694. (full text)

Geml, J., Davis, D.D., and Geiser, D.M. 2005. Influence of selected fungicides on in vitro growth of artillery fungi (Sphaerobolus spp.). Journal of Environmental Horticulture 23:63-66.


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