Beth L. Teviotdale Ph.D.
CE Plant Pathologist, EmeritusKearney Agricultural Research & Extension Center
1072 Rorden Avenue
Selma, CA 93662
Ph.D., University of California, Davis, 1973Research Statement
Diagnosis, epidemiology and control of fungal and bacterial diseases of deciduous fruit and nut crops.
Location: Kearney Agricultural Center
Program Area: Plant Pathology
Unit: "Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis"
Notes: 30 years with UC. UC's first woman agricultural specialist.
SpecialtyEpidemiology and control of deciduous tree nut and fruit crops and olive diseases
- 1997. Palmer, E. L., B.L. Teviotdale, and A.L. Jones. A relative of the broad host range plasmid RSF1010 detected in field isolates of Erwinia amylovora. Applied and Envir. Microbiol.
- 1997. Teviotdale, B. L., N. Goodell, and D. Harper. Abscission and kernel quality of almond fruit inoculated with the shot hole pathogen Wilsonomyces carpophilus. Plant Dis.: 82:000.
- 1997. Teviotdale, B. L., M. Viveros, and J. Grant. Apple russetting influenced by more than copper sprays. Calif. Agr. 51 (1):11-14
- 1996. Teviotdale, B. L., and D. Harper. Almond pruning wounds, bark abrasions susceptible to Ceratocystis. Calif. Agric. 50 (3):29-33.
- 1996. Teviotdale, B. L., T.J. Michailides, D.A. Goldhamer, and M. Viveros. Effects of hull abscission and inoculum concentration on severity of leaf death associated with hull rot of almond. Plant Dis. 80:809-812.
California Agriculture Article Contributions
- Almond pruning wounds, bark abrasions susceptible to Ceratocystis
- Midwinter irrigation can reduce deep bark canker of walnuts
ANR Workgroup Associations
- Vegetable Crops - Member