Ragsdale, David individual record
Professor
Positions:
overview

My research interests are focused in two broad areas: (1) management of insect vectors of plant pathogens and (2) using arthropod herbivores to control invasive perennial plants.

selected publications
Academic Articles64
Chapters3
  • Andow, D. A., Fitt, G. P., Grafius, E. J., Jackson, R. E., Radcliffe, E. B., Ragsdale, D. W., & Rossiter, L. (2008). Pesticide and transgenic plant resistance management in the field. Global Pesticide Resistance in Arthropods. (pp. 118-145).
  • Radcliffe, E. B., Ragsdale, D. W., Suranyi, R. A., DiFonzo, C. D., & Hladilek, E. E. (2008). Aphid alert: How it came to be, what it achieved and why it proved unsustainable. Areawide Pest Management: Theory and Implementation. (pp. 244-260).
  • Radcliffe, E. B., Ragsdale, D. W., & Surányi, R. A. (2007). IPM case studies: Seed potato. Aphids as Crop Pests. (pp. 613-625).
Email
dragsdale@tamu.edu
First Name
David
Last Name
Ragsdale
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Entomology; 2475 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2475
USA