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Layne, D.R. 2010. Are there gaps in your GAPs?. American Fruit Grower 130(4):56.

Layne, D.R. 2010. Now's your chance!. American Fruit Grower 130(1):52-53.

Layne, D.R. 2010. Online Exclusive: Live from China (Stone fruit columnist Desmond R. Layne is in China studying protected cultivation of nectarines and peaches. See his trip blog here). American Fruit Grower 130(4):.

Layne, D.R. 2010. Peaches from greenhouses? Clemson Professor's Trip to China will benefit peach growers. Clemson University CAFLS News :.

Layne, D.R. 2010. Truth in Advertising. American Fruit Grower 130(2):42-43.

Layne, D.R. 2009. Ahead of the curve. American Fruit Grower 129(9):35.

Layne, D.R. 2009. Being a Good Neighbor. American Fruit Grower 129(3):62-63.

Layne, D.R. 2009. Healthy Eating and Healthy Marketing. American Fruit Grower 129(1):48.

Layne, D.R. 2009. Online Exclusive: Columnist Desmond Layne Visits China. American Fruit Grower 129(9):35.

Layne, D.R. 2009. Peaches in Greenhouses -- What's This?. American Fruit Grower 129(7):36.

Layne, D.R. 2009. Why So Long?. American Fruit Grower 129(5):56.

Okie, W.R. and D.R. Layne. 2008. 'Early Augustprince' and 'Augustprince' peaches. HortScience 43(5):1600-1602.

Okie, W.R. and D.R. Layne. 2008. 'Scarletprince' and 'Julyprince' peaches. HortScience 43(5):1603-1605.

Layne, D.R. 2008. A fruitful education. American Fruit Grower 128(8):46.

Chandler, R. 2008. A peach of a fruit. Oconee Today July 20(2008):pp. 8-9.

Pomper, K.W. and D.R. Layne. 2008. Asimina triloba: Pawpaw. The Encyclopedia of Fruits and Nuts (J. Janick and R.E. Paull, Eds.), CABI Pub. :62-68.

Kent, P. 2008. Clemson professor named president of American Pomological Society. Clemson University Home Page (July 30, 2008) :.

Lundeen, N. 2008. Critical period for SC peach crop. The Greenville News (online), March 23, 2008 :.

Millard, A. 2008. Drought makes peaches sweeter, but smaller. The Gaston Gazette (online), July 7, 2008 :.

Pomper, K.W., S.B. Crabtree, D.R. Layne, and R.N. Peterson. 2008. Flowering and fruiting characteristics of eight pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] selections in Kentucky. J. Amer. Pom. Sci. 62(3):89-97.

Layne, D.R. 2008. Fueling the local food wave. American Fruit Grower 128(7):35.

Layne, D.R. 2008. Juicy peach crop. WYFF News Channel 4 (Greenville, SC) July 15:.

The Peach Times. 2008. New Peach Book and National Career Award. Summer Issue :1,4.

Layne, D.R. 2008. New peach book coming soon. American Fruit Grower 128(1):48.

Layne, D.R. 2008. Replant site considerations. American Fruit Grower 128(2):68-69.

Layne, D.R. 2008. Surfing on the local food wave. American Fruit Grower 128(5):48.

Wake, M. 2008. Sweet ambition, prickly task. The Daily Journal Daily Messenger, Seneca, SC. June 3(C):1.

Pomper, K.W., S.B. Crabtree, D.R. Layne, R. Neal Peterson, J. Masabni, and D. Wolfe. 2008. The Kentucky pawpaw regional variety trial. J. Amer. Pom. Sci. 62(2):58-69.

Layne, D.R. and Bassi, D.. 2008. The Peach: Botany, Production and Uses. CAB International Press, Wallingford, U.K. :615pp.

Wake, M. 2007. Fruitful evolution. The Daily Journal Daily Messenger, Seneca, SC. (Oct. 23):C1-2.

Layne, D.R. 2007. Managing crop load to maximize profitability. American Fruit Grower 127(4):60.

Schnabel, G., D.R. Layne, and I.J. Holb. 2007. Micronised and non-micronised sulfur applications control peach scab equally well with negligible differences in fruit quality. Ann. Appl. Biol. 150:131-139.

Layne, D.R. 2007. Numerous factors affect peach quality. American Fruit Grower 127(5):42.

Layne, D.R. 2007. Peach Research Video for Public Service Activities, Clemson University. Scroll down to topic :.

Layne, D.R. 2007. Reflections on the Easter freeze. American Fruit Grower 127(7):32.

Layne, D.R. 2007. The Easter freeze: a follow up. American Fruit Grower 127(9):34.

Layne, D.R. 2007. Tree density and profitability. American Fruit Grower 127(1):36.

Layne, D.R. 2006. Diversification and niche marketing. American Fruit Grower 126(6):36.

Cox, K.D., D.R. Layne, R. Scorza, and G. Schnabel. 2006. Gastrodia anti-fungal protein from the orchid Gastrodia elata confers disease resistance to root pathogens in transgenic tobacco. Planta 224:1373-1383.

Layne, D.R. 2006. Maintaining quality with sulfur. American Fruit Grower 126(2):53.

Layne, D.R. 2006. New peach releases for July and August. American Fruit Grower 126(8):70-71.

Layne, D.R. 2006. The importance of nitrogen. American Fruit Grower 126(3):70.

Layne, D.R. 2006. The importance of water. American Fruit Grower 126(4):58.

Layne, D.R. 2005. Avoiding armillaria root rot. American Fruit Grower 125(9):42-43.

Layne, D.R. 2005. Chinese peaches: past and present. American Fruit Grower 125(3):54.

Layne, D.R. 2005. Establishing a variety "test" block. American Fruit Grower 125(1):47.

Wang, Y., G.L. Reighard, D.R. Layne, A.G. Abbott, and H. Huang. 2005. Inheritance of AFLP markers and their use for genetic diversity analysis in wild and domesticated pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 130(4):561-568.

Layne, D.R. 2005. Let there be light. American Fruit Grower 125(5):62.

Layne, D.R. 2005. Make the right decisions. American Fruit Grower 125(10):85.

Faust, J.E., V. Holcombe, N.C. Rajapakse, and D.R. Layne. 2005. The effect of daily light integral on bedding plant growth and flowering. HortScience 40(3):645-649.

Pomper, K.W. and D.R. Layne. 2005. The North American Pawpaw: Botany and Horticulture. Horticultural Reviews 31:349-382.

Huang, H., S.N. Jeffers, D.R. Layne, and G. Schnabel. 2004. AFLP analysis of Phytophthora cactorum isolates from strawberry and other hosts: implications for identifying the primary source of inoculum.. Plant Disease 88:714-720.

Schnabel, G., and D.R. Layne. 2004. Comparison of reduced-application and sulfur-based fungicide programs on scab intensity, fruit quality, and cost of disease control of peach.. Plant Disease 88:162-166.

Barnett, R.. 2004. It's in the genes: Clemson researcher fights peach tree disease. Growing (February):16-19.

Pomper, K.W. and D.R. Layne. 2004. North American Pawpaw. Chronica Horticulturae 44(3):11-15.

Pomper, K.W, S. B. Crabtree, S.P. Brown, S.C. Jones, T.M. Bonney and D.R. Layne. 2003. Assessment of genetic diversity of pawpaw (Asimina triloba) cultivars with intersimple sequence repeat markers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 128(4):521-525.

Pomper, K.W., D.R. Layne, and S.C. Jones. 2003. Container production of pawpaw seedlings. HortTechnology 13(3):434-438.

Cerny, T., J.E. Faust, D.R. Layne, and N.C. Rajapakse. 2003. Influence of photoselective filters and growing season on stem growth and flowering of six plant species. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 128(4):486-491.

Huang, H., D.R. Layne, and T.L. Kubisiak. 2003. Molecular characterization of cultivated pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] using RAPD markers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 128(1):85-93.

Geneve, R.L., K.W. Pomper, S.T. Kester, J.N. Egilla, C.L.H. Finneseth, S.B. Crabtree, and D. R. Layne. 2003. Propagation of pawpaw - a review. HortTechnology 13(3):428-433.

Pomper, K.W., D.R. Layne, R.N. Peterson, and D. Wolfe. 2003. The pawpaw regional variety trial: background and early data.. HortTechnology 13(3):412-417.

Pomper, K.W., D.R. Layne and E.B. Reed. 2002. Determination of the optimal rate of slow-release fertilizer for enhanced growth of pawpaw seedlings in containers. HortTechnology 12(3):397-402.

Pomper, K.W., D.R. Layne, S.C. Jones, and M.G. Kwantes. 2002. Growth enhancement of container-grown pawpaw seedlings as influenced by media type, root-zone temperature, and fertilization regime. HortScience 37(2):329-333.

Pomper, K.L., D.R. Layne and S.C. Jones. 2002. Incident irradiance and cupric hydroxide container treatment effects on early growth and development of container-grown pawpaw seedlings. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 127(1):13-19.

Layne, D.R., D.B. Cox, and E.J. Hitzler. 2002. Peach systems trial: the influence of training system, tree density, rootstock, irrigation, and fertility on growth and yield of young trees in South Carolina. Acta Hort 592(1):367-376.

Huang, H., Z. Li, J. Li, T. Kubisiak, and D.R. Layne. 2002. Phylogenetic relationships in Actinidia as revealed by RAPD analysis. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 127(5):759-766.

Anon.. 2002. Ripe for a comeback: Pawpaw propagators see a fruitful future. National Geographic 201(2):.

Layne, D.R., Z. Jiang, and J.W. Rushing. 2002. The influence of ReTain and reflective film on color and maturity of 'Gala' apples. HortTechnology 12(4):640-645.

Elia, L.. 2001. Optimizing your harvest.. Fruit Grower August:8.

Layne, D.R, Z. Jiang, and J.W. Rushing. 2001. Reflective film improves red skin coloration and advances maturity in peach. HortTechnology 11(2):234-242.

Finneseth, C.L.H., D.R. Layne, and R.L. Geneve. 2000. Establishment of North American pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] shoots in vitro from mature and juvenile explants. Acta. Hort 520(10):97-102.

Huang, H., D.R. Layne, and T.L. Kubisiak. 2000. RAPD Inheritance and diversity in pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 125(4):454-459.

Layne, D.R. and J.W. Rushing. 1999. Color Sells: Reflective film may improve color and quality in your peaches and apples.. Fruit Grower 119(5):18-19.

Flore, J.A and D.R. Layne. 1999. Photoassimilate production and distribution in cherry. HortScience 34(6):1015-1019.

Pomper, K.W., D.R. Layne, and R.N. Peterson. 1999. The pawpaw regional variety trial. In J. Janick (ed). Perspectives on New Crops and New Uses, Alexandria, VA :pp.353-357.

Huang, H., D.R. Layne and D.E. Riemenschneider. 1998. Genetic diversity and geographic differentiation in pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] populations from nine states as revealed by allozyme analysis. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 123(4):635-641.

Finneseth, C.L.H., D.R. Layne, and R.L. Geneve. 1998. Morphological development of pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] during germination and seedling emergence. HortScience 33(5):802-805.

Jones, S.C., R.N. Peterson, T.-A. Turner, K.W. Pomper, and D.R. Layne. 1998. Pawpaw planting guide - cultivars and nursery sources. KSU Pawpaw Extension Bulletin 002:1-8.

Finneseth, C.L.H., D.R. Layne, and R.L. Geneve. 1998. Requirements for seed germination in North American pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]. Seed Sci. & Technol 26:471-480.

Jones, S.C. and D.R. Layne. 1997. Cooking With Pawpaws. KSU Pawpaw Ext. Bull. 1(1):12.

Peterson, R.N.. 1997. How to hand-pollinate pawpaws. Fruit Gardener 29(5):10-11.

Layne, D.R. and K.E. Hummer. 1997. Pawpaws making a comeback. Agricultural Research March:16.

Huang, H., D.R. Layne, and R.N. Peterson. 1997. Using isozyme polymorphisms for identification and assessment of genetic variation in cultivated pawpaws [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 122(4):504-511.

Layne, D.R. 1996. The Pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]: A new fruit crop for Kentucky and the United States. HortScience 31(5):777-784.

Layne, D.R. and J.A. Flore. 1995. End-product inhibition of photosynthesis in Prunus cerasus L. in response to whole-plant source-sink manipulation. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 120(4):583-599.

Mebrahtu, T., D.R. Layne, J.W. Hanover, and J.A. Flore. 1993. Net photosynthesis of black locust seedlings in response to irradiance, temperature and CO2. Photosynthetica 28:45-54.

Layne, D.R. and J.A. Flore. 1993. Physiological responses of Prunus cerasus L. to whole-plant source manipulation. Gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence, water relations and carbon partitioning. Physiol. Plant 88:44-51.

Layne, D.R. and J.A. Flore. 1992. Photosynthetic compensation to partial leaf area reduction in sour cherry. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 117(2):279-286.

Mebrahtu, T., J.W. Hanover, D.R. Layne, and J.A. Flore. 1991. Leaf temperature effects on dark respiration and photorespiration of black locust seedlings. Can. J. For. Res 21:1616-1621.

Layne, D.R. and J.A. Flore. 1991. Response of young, fruiting sour cherry trees to one-time trunk injury at harvest date. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 116(5):851-855.

Flore J.A. and D.R. Layne. 1990. The influence of tree shape and spacing on light interception and yield in sour cherry (Prunus cerasus cv. 'Montmorency'). Acta Hort 285:91-96.

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