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Recent Artillery Fungus Publications

  • Brantley, E.A, D.D. Davis, and L.J. Kuhns. 1997 (2009, 2nd edition). Fungi in your mulch. Unnumbered brochure, The Pennsylvania State University, College of Agricultural Sciences, University Park, PA
  • Brantley, E.A, D.D. Davis, and L.J. Kuhns. 1997. There’s a fungus among us!  Pondkeeper.  August/September 1997, pp.14-19.
  • Brantley, E.A., D.D. Davis, and L.J. Kuhns.  2001.  Biological control of the artillery fungus, Sphaerobolus stellatus, with Trichoderma harzianum and Bacillus subtilisJournal of Environmental Horticulture 19:21-23
  • Brantley, E.A., D.D. Davis, and L.J. Kuhns. 2001. Influence of mulch characteristics on growth and sporulation of the artillery fungus Sphaerobolus stellatus. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 19:89-95
  • Davis, D.D., L.J. Kuhns, K. Akina, and T.L. Harpster. 2004.  Sporulation by the artillery fungus on 27 different mulches - a field study. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 22:117-123. (full text)
  • Davis, D.D. and L.J. Kuhns. 2005. Spent mushroom compost suppresses artillery fungi in landscape mulch. pp 10-11, In Spent Mushroom Substrate - Scientific Research & Practical Applications, American Mushroom Institute unnumbered booklet, 23 pp.
  • Davis, D.D. and L.J. Kuhns.  2005. Spent mushroom compost suppresses artillery fungi in landscape mulch. J. Penna. Landscape & Nursery Assoc. 51:25-27.
  • Davis, D.D. and L.J. Kuhns. 2005. Spent mushroom substrate (SMS) suppresses artillery fungi in landscape mulch. Mushroom News 53:10-13
  • Davis, D.D., L.J. Kuhns, and T.L. Harpster. 2005. Use of mushroom compost to suppress artillery fungi. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 24:212-215. (full text)
  • Davis, D.D., M.A Fidanza, and L.J. Kuhns. 2007. Spent mushroom compost can help win the war against artillery fungi. Soil and Mulch Producers News 1:1-4.
  • Davis, D.D., M.A. Fidanza, and L.K. Farrell. 2008. Spent mushroom compost: a green solution to artillery fungi. Mushroom News. 56:8-16.
  • Davis, D.D., M.A. Fidanza, and L.K. Farrell. 2008. Blending landscape mulch with mushroom compost: a green solution to the artillery fungus problem. Soil & Mulch Producers News 4:4-7.
  • Fidanza, M.A. and D.D. Davis. 2009. Recycled mushroom compost suppresses bird’s nest fungi in landscape mulch. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 27:238-240.
  • Fidanza, M.A. and D.D. Davis. 2009. In vitro suppression of artillery fungus growth by fungicides. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 27:155-158.
  • Geml, J., Davis, D.D., Geiser, D.M. 2005. Phylogenetic analyses reveal deeply divergent species lineages in the genus Sphaerobolus (Phallales: Basidiomycota). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 35:313-322. (full text)
  • Geml, J., Davis, D.D., Geiser, D.M. 2005. Systematics of the genus Sphaerobolus based on molecular and morphological data, with the description of Sphaerobolus ingoldii sp. nov. Mycologia 97:680-694. (full text)
  • Geml, J., D.D. Davis, and D.M. Geiser. 2005. Influence of selected fungicides on in vitro growth of artillery fungi (Sphaerobolus spp.). Journal of Environmental Horticulture 23:63-66.