Dr. John Mueller

John Mueller; Professor of Plant Pathology, Interim Director, Edisto Research and Education Center; photo by Tom LollisProfessor of Plant Pathology
Interim Director, Edisto Research and Education Center

Degrees Held:

1978 B.S. Agronomy, University of Missouri, Columbia
1981 M.S. Plant Pathology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1983 Ph.D. Plant Pathology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Research Interests:

My primary research interest is in the management of plant-parasitic nematodes on cotton and soybean.  I am especially interested in the application of precision agriculture to nematode management including site-specific application of nematicides utilizing soil type maps generated using soil electrical conductivity.  My primary extension interest is the management of Asian Soybean Rust in South Carolina.

Publication Highlights:

Bond, C. R., and J. D. Mueller.  2007.  Delayed maturity and associated yield loss in Columbia lance (Hoplolaimus columbus Sher) nematode-infected cotton.  Journal of Cotton Science 11:275-287.
           
Williamson, M. R., C. S. Rothock, and J. D. Mueller. 2006.  First report of Rhizoctonia foliar blight of soybean in South Carolina.  Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2006-10XX-01-BR
           
Sconyers, L. E., R. C. Kemerait, J. Brock, D. V. Phillips, P. H. Jost, E. J. Sikora, A. Gutierrez-Estrada, J. D. Mueller, J. J. Marois, D. L. Wright, and C. L. Harmon.  2006.  Asian Soybean Rust Development in 2005:  A perspective from the Southeastern United States.  Plant Disease Online.
           
Thies, J. A., R. F. Davis, J. D. Mueller, R. L. Fery, D. B. Langston, and G. Miller.  2004.  Double-cropping cucumbers and squash after resistant bell pepper for root-knot nematode management.  Plant Disease 88:589-593.
           
Koenning, S. R., J. A. Wrather, T. L. Kirkpatrick, N. R. Walker, J. L. Starr, and J. D. Mueller.  2004.  Plant parasitic nematodes attacking cotton in the United States: Old and Emerging Production Challenges.  Plant Disease 88:100-113.