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G. H. Clough and Rondon, S. I., Management of thrips in dry bulb onion using conventional seed treatment in 2008, 68th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, Portland, Oregon, pp. 52-53, 2009.
S. I. Rondon and Antwi, J., Managing Lygus on potatoes in the Columbia Basin: should we care?, Washington-Oregon Annual Conference. Kennewick, Washington, p. 56, 2017.
S. I. Rondon and Munyaneza, J. E., Managing the beet leafhopper in the Columbia Basin, American Journal of Potato Research, vol. 88, pp. 29-71, 2011.
T. Kuhar, Morrison, T., Leskey, T., Aigner, J., Dively, G., Zobel, E., Brust, J., Whalen, J., Cissel, B., Walgenbach, J., Rice, K., Fleischer, S. J., and Rondon, S. I., Manejo Integrado de chinche apestozo marmoleado, Brown Marmorated Stink Bug SCRI CAP Vegetable Commodity Team in conjunction with the Northeastern IPM Center. , 2015.
S. I. Rondon, Manejo integrado de plagas en el invernadero, in Manejo de cultivos hortícolas en invernadero, 2nd ed., Mexico: INTAGRI, 2004, pp. 294-317.
S. I. Rondon and Murphy, A. F., Monitoring and controlling the beet leafhopper Circulifer tenellus in the Columbia Basin, American Journal of Potato Research, vol. 93, no. 1, pp. 80-85, 2016.
S. Bag, Rondon, S. I., Frost, K., Walenta, D., and Charlton, B. A., Monitoring aphids in seed and commercial potato fields in Oregon, 75th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, Portland, Oregon, pp. 59-62, 2016.
S. I. Rondon, Monitoring corn earworm in eastern Oregon, 69th annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, Portland, Oregon, pp. 29-32, 2010.
S. Bag, Rondon, S. I., and Papu, H. R., Monitoring onion thrips (Thrips tabaci) and Iris yellow spot virus in bulb and seed onion crops: a potential IPM component for mitigating IYSV epidemics, Phytopathology, vol. 99, no. 6, p. S7, 2009.
E. R. Echegaray, Murphy, A. F., Goyer, A., and Rondon, S. I., Monitoring the potato psyllid in Solanum dulcamara, a potential overwintering host plant in the Columbia Basin, 72nd annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference. Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, Portland, Oregon, p. 84, 2013.
S. I. Rondon and Murphy, A. F., More about beet leafhoppers, Potato Progress, vol. 13, p. January 2013, 2013.