Dr. Ken Eastwell’s Homepage
- Identification, etiology, and control of viruses affecting cherry production. Special emphasis is placed on the viruses associated with Little cherry disease and with those viruses that belong to the virus family Flexiviridae
- Fruit Tree Clean Plant Network activities at WSU-Prosser IAREC
- Etiology of fruit-deforming viruses affecting apples
- Managing virus and viroid diseases that affect hop production
Eastwell KC, Dutoit LJ, Druffel KL. 2009. Helleborus net necrosis virus: a new Carlavirus associated with ‘black death’ of Helleborus spp. Plant Disease 93:332-338
Eastwell KC, Glass JR, Druffel KL. 2008. First report of infection of poison hemlock and celery by Apium virus Y in Washington State. Plant Disease 92:1710.
Segwagwe AT, Putnam ML, Druffel KL, Pappu HR, Eastwell KC. 2008. Molecular characterization of a new tymovirus from Diascia ornamental plants. Archives of Virology 153:1495-1503.
Pethybridge SJ, Hay FS, Barbara DJ, Eastwell KC, Wilson CR. 2008. Viruses and Viroids Infecting Hop: Significance, Epidemiology and Management. Plant Disease 92:324-338.
Bajet NB, Unruh TR, Druffel KL, Eastwell KC 2008. Occurrence of two little cherry viruses in sweet cherries in Washington State. Plant Disease 92:234-238
Eastwell KC, Nelson ME. 2007. Occurrence of viroids in commercial hop (Humulus lupulus L.) production areas of Washington State. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2007-1127-01-RS