49. Hill, E.C., K.A. Renner, M.J. VanGessel, R.R. Bellinder, and B.A. Scott.  2015.  Late-season weed management to stop viable weed seed production.  Weed Science, In press.

48. Meyer, S.L.F., I.A. Zasada, S.M. Ruppercht, M.J. VanGessel, C.R.R. Hooks, M.J. Morra, and K.L. Everts.  2015.  Mustard seed meal for management of root-knot nematode and weeds in tomato production.  HortTechnology, 25:192-202.

47. Brainard, D., W.C. Curran, R.R. Bellinder, M. Ngouajio, M.J. VanGessel, M.J. Haar, W.T. Lanini, and J.B. Masiunas.  2012.  Temperature and relative humidity affect weed response to vinegar and clove oil based herbicides.  Weed Technology 27:156-164.

46. Rousonelos, S.L, R.M. Lee, M.S. Moreira, M.J. VanGessel, and P.J. Tranel.  2012.  Characterization of a common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) population resistant to ALS- and PPO-inhibiting herbicides.  Weed Science 60:335-344.

45. Scott, B.A., M.J. VanGessel, and S.E. White.  2009.  Herbicide-resistant weeds in the United States and their impact on extension.  Weed Technology 23:599-603.

44. VanGessel, M.J., Q.R. Johnson, and B.A. Scott.  2009.  Evaluating postemergence herbicides for relative corn safety.  Crop Management doi:10.1094/CM-2009-0806-01-RS.

43. VanGessel, M.J., B.A. Scott, Q.R. Johnson, and S.E. White-Hansen.  2009.  Influence of glyphosate-resistant horseweed (Conyza canadensis) growth stage on response to glyphosate applications.  Weed Technology 23:49-53.

42.  Dauer, J.J. D.A Mortensen; E.C. Luschei; S.A Isard; E.Shields; M.J. VanGessel.  2008.  Conyza canadensis seed ascent in the lower atmosphere. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.

41. Scott, B.A. and M.J. VanGessel.  2007.  Delaware soybean grower survey on glyphosate-resistant horseweed (Conyza canadensi).  Weed Technology 21:270-274.

40.  Zelaya, I.A., M.D.K. Owen, and M.J. VanGessel.  2007.  Transfer of glyphosate resistance:  evidence for hybridization in Conyza (Asteraceae).  American Journal of Botany 94:660-673.

Dauer, J.T., D.A. Mortensen, and M.J. VanGessel.  2007.  Temporal and spatial dynamics of long-distance Conyza canadensis seed dispersal.  Journal of Applied Ecology 44:105-114.

38.  VanGessel, M.J., B.A. Scott, and Q.R. Johnson.  2006.  Paraquat-resistant horseweed identified in the Mid-Atlantic States.  Crop Management (Plant Management Network)  doi:10.1094/CM-2006-0420-01-RS.

37.  Shields, E.J., J.T. Dauer, M.J. VanGessel, and G. Neumann.  2006.  Horseweed Conyza canadensis seed collected in the planetary boundary layer.  Weed Science 54:1063-1067.

36.  Myers, M.W, W.S. Curran, M.J. VanGessel, B.A. Majek, D.D. Calvin, D.A. Mortensen, H.D. Karsten, and G.W. Roth.  2005.  Effect of spring disturbance on annual weed emergence in the northeastern United States.  Weed Technology 19:274-282.

35.  Myers, M.W, W.S. Curran, M.J. VanGessel, B.A. Majek, B.A. Scott, D.A. Mortensen, D.D. Calvin, H.D. Karsten, and G.W. Roth.  2005. The effect of weed density and application timing on weed control and corn (Zea mays) grain yield.  Weed Technology 19:102-107.

34.  Johnson, J.M., J.A. Hough-Goldstein, and M.J. VanGessel. 2004.  Effects of straw mulch on pest insects, predators, and weeds in watermelons and potatoes.  Environmental Entomology 33:1632-1643.

33.  VanGessel, M.J. and Q.R. Johnson.  2005.  Evaluating drift control agents to reduce short distance movement and impact on herbicide performance.  Weed Technology 19:78-85.

32.  Zelaya, I.A., M.D.K. Owen, and M.J. VanGessel.  2004.  Inheritance of evolved glyphosate resistance in Conyza canadensis (L.) Cronq.  Theoretical Applied Genetics 110:58-70.

31.  Sankula, S., M.J. VanGessel, and R. Mulford.  2004.  Corn leaf architecture as a tool for weed management in two corn production systems.  Weed Science 52:1026-1033.

30.  Myers, M.W., W.S. Curran, M.J. VanGessel, D.D. Calvin, D.A. Mortensen, B.A. Majek, H.D. Karsten, and G.W. Roth.  2004.  Predicting weed emergence for eight annual species in the Northeastern United States.  Weed Science 52:913-919.

29.  VanGessel, M. J., D. Raymond Forney , M. Conner, S. Sankula, and B. A. Scott.  2004.  A sustainable agriculture project at Chesapeake Farms:  a six-year summary of weed management aspects, yield and economic returns.  Weed Science 52:886-896.

Hough-Goldstein, J.A., M.J. VanGessel, and A.P. Wilson.  2004.  Manipulation of weed communities to enhance ground-dwelling arthropod populations in herbicide-resistant field corn.  Environmental Entomology 33:577-586.

27.  Wilson, A., J. Hough-Goldstein, M. VanGessel, and J. Pesek.  2004.  Effects of varying weed communities in corn on European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) oviposition and egg mass predation.  Environmental Entomology

26.  Gower, S.A., M.M. Loux, J. Cardina, S.K. Harrison, P.L. Sprankle, N.J. Probst, T.T. Bauman, W. Bugg, W.S. Curran, R.S. Currie, R.G. Harvey, W.G. Johnson, J.J. Kells, M.D.K. Owen, D.L. Regehr, C.H. Slack, M. Spaur, C.L. Sprague, M. VanGessel, and B.G. Young.   2003. Effect of postemergence glyphosate application timing on weed control and grain yield in glyphosate-resistant corn: results of a 2-yr multistate study.  Weed Technology 17:821-828.

25.  VanGessel, M.J., C.M. Whaley, and Q.R. Johnson.  2003.  Impact of soybean leaf interference and row spacing on pre-harvest glyphosate application.  Weed Technology 17:491-495.

24.  Whaley, C. and M.J. VanGessel.  2002.  Effect of fall herbicide treatments and stage of horsenettle (Solanum carolinense) senescence on control.  Weed Technology 16:301-308.

23.  Whaley, C. and M.J. VanGessel.  2002.  Horsenettle (Solanum carolinense) control with a field corn (Zea mays) weed management program.  Weed Technology 16:293-300.

22.  VanGessel, M.J.  2001.  Glyphosate-resistant horseweed from Delaware.  Weed Science 49:703-705.

21.  Sankula, S., M.J. VanGessel, W.E. Kee, C.E. Beste, and K.L. Everts.  2001.  Narrow row spacing does not affect lima bean yield or management of weeds and other pests.  HortScience 36:884-888.

20.  VanGessel, M.J., A.O. Ayeni, and B. Majek.  2001.  Glyphosate in full-season no-till glyphosate-resistant soybean: role of preplant applications and residual herbicides.  Weed Technology 15:714-724.

19.  VanGessel, M.J., A.O. Ayeni, and B. Majek.  2001.  Glyphosate in double-crop no-till glyphosate-resistant soybean: role of preplant applications and residual herbicides.  Weed Technology 15:703-713.

18.  VanGessel, M.J., D.W. Monks, and Q. Johnson.  2000.  Herbicides for potential use in lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus) production.  Weed Technology 14:279-286.

17.  VanGessel, M.J., A.O. Ayeni, and B.A. Majek.  2000.  Optimum glyphosate timing with or without residual herbicides in glyphosate-tolerant soybean (Glycine max) under full-season conventional tillage.  Weed Technology 14:140-149.

16.  Sankula, S., M.J. VanGessel, W.E. Kee, and J. Glancey.  1999.  Impact of row spacing, herbicide rate and application method on weed control and harvest efficiency of lima bean.  HortTechnology, 9:633-637.

15.  VanGessel, M.J.  1999.  Control of perennial weed species as seedlings with soil-applied herbicides.  Weed Technology 13:425-428.

14.  Van Wychen, L.R., R.G. Harvey, M.J. VanGessel, T.L. Rabaey, and D.J. Bach.  1999.  Efficacy and crop response to glufosinate-based weed management in PAT-transformed sweet corn (Zea mays).  Weed Technology, 13:101-111.

13.  VanGessel, M.J.,  E.E. Schweizer, R.G. Wilson, L.J. Wiles, and P. Westra.  1998.  Impact of timing and frequency of in-row cultivation for weed control in dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris).  Weed Technology 12:548-553.

12.  VanGessel, M.J., J. Schroeder, and P. Westra.  1997.  Comparative growth and development of four spurred anoda (Anoda cristata) accessions.  Weed Science 46:91-98.

11.  VanGessel, M.J., Q. Johnson, and M. Isaacs.  1997.  Response of sethoxydim-resistant corn hybrids to postemergence graminicides.  Weed Technology 11:598-601.

10.  VanGessel, M.J. and P. Westra.  1997.  Economics and efficacy of postemergence spurred anoda (Anoda cristata) control in pinto beans (Phaseolus vulgaris). 
Weed Technology 11:329-334.

9.  VanGessel, M.J., E.E. Schweizer, D.W. Lybecker, and P. Westra.  1995.  Integrated weed management systems for irrigated corn (Zea mays) production in Colorado - a case study.  Weed Science 44:423-428.

8.  VanGessel, M.J., E.E. Schweizer, D.W. Lybecker, and P. Westra.  1995.  Compatibility and efficiency of in-row cultivation for weed management in corn (Zea mays).  Weed Technology 9:754-760.

7.  VanGessel, M.J., L. Wiles, E.E. Schweizer, and P. Westra.  1995.  Weed control efficacy and pinto bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) tolerance to early season mechanical weeding. 
Weed Technology 9:531-534.

6.  VanGessel, M.J., E.E. Schweizer, K. Garrett, and P. Westra.  1995.  Influence of weed density and distribution on corn (Zea mays) yield.  Weed Science 43:215-218.

5.  VanGessel, M.J. and H.D. Coble.  1993.  Maize dwarf mosaic virus severity is reduced when johnsongrass is controlled with a postemergence herbicide.  Weed Science 41:262-268.

4.  VanGessel, M.J. and H.D. Coble.  1993.  Postemergence control of johnsongrass and its effect on maize dwarf mosaic virus incidence and vectors in corn.  Plant Disease 77:613-618.

3.  VanGessel, M.J. and H.D. Coble.  1993.  Effect of nitrogen and moisture stress on severity of maize dwarf mosaic virus infection in corn seedlings.  Plant Disease 77:489-491.

2.  VanGessel, M.J. and K.A. Renner.  1990.  Redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus) and barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) interference in potatoes (Solanum tuberosum).  Weed Science 38:338-343.

1.  VanGessel, M.J. and K.A. Renner.  1990.  Effect of soil type, hilling time, and weed interference on potato (Solanum tuberosum) development and yield.  Weed Technology 4:299-305.