Dr. Eric R. Page

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Chercheur Scientifique

Écologiste des mauvaises herbes et physiologiste des cultures

Agriculture et Agroalimentaire Canada

Recherche et / ou projets en cours

  1. Évaluation des avantages agronomiques de la double culture avec des cultures mineures

  2. Identifier les meilleures pratiques de gestion du canola d’hiver

  3. Explorer les mécanismes moléculaires de la résistance aux herbicides

Prix et études

Ph.D., University of Guelph, Guelph ON

M.Sc.,  Washington State University, Pullman, WA

H. B.Sc., Western University, London, ON  

Principales publications

Pour une liste complète de publications, visitez : AAC en ligne

Page, E.R., Grainger, C., Laforest, M., Nurse, R.E., Rajcan, I., Bae, J. and F. Tardif. 2018. Target and non-target site mechanisms confer resistance to glyphosate in Canadian accessions of Conyza canadensis (L.). Weed Science 2:234-245.

Laforest, M., Soufiane B., Page, E.R., Simard, M.-J. and R.E. Nurse. 2017. Acetyl-CoA carboxylase overexpression in herbicide resistant crabgrass (Digitaria sanguinalis). Pest Management Science 73:2227-2235.

J. Bae, Nurse, R.E., Simard, M.J. and Page E.R. 2016. Managing glyphosate-resistant common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.): effect of late glyphosate-phenoxy tankmixes on growth, fecundity and seed viability. Weed Science 65:31-40.

Page, E.R. and R.E. Nurse. 2015. Cropping systems and the prevalence of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida): from the 1950's to present. Field Crops Research 184:104-111.

Nurse, R.E., Obeid K.N. and E.R. Page. 2016. Optimal planting date, row width and critical weed-free period for grain amaranth and quinoa grown in Ontario Canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 96:360-366.

Page, E.R. and R.E. Nurse. 2015. Comparing physical, chemical and cold stratification methods for alleviating seed dormancy in giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida). Weed Technology 29:311-317.

Page, E.R. and C.J. Willenborg. 2013. Dynamics and management of crop-weed interference. Prairie Soils and Crops 6:24-32.

Soltani, N., R.E. Nurse, E.R. Page, W.J. Everman, C.L. Sprague, and P.H. Sikkema. 2013. Effect of late emerging weeds in glyphosate resistant corn. Agricultural Science 4: 275-281.

Page, E.R., D. Cerrudo, D. Cook, C. Foresman, M. Loux, K. Smith, P. Westra, H. Wright, and C.J. Swanton. 2012. Why early season weed control is important in maize. Weed Science 60:423-430.

Cerrudo, D., E. R. Page, M. Tollenaar, G. Stewart and C.J. Swanton. 2012. Mechanisms of yield loss in maize caused by weed competition. Weed Science 60:225-232.

Green-Tracewicz, E., E.R. Page and C.J. Swanton. 2012. Light quality and the critical period for weed control in soybean. Weed Science 60:86-91.

Cressman, S., E.R. Page and C.J. Swanton. 2011. Weeds and the R:FR of reflected light : characterizing the influence of herbicide selection, dose and weed species. Weed Science 59:424-430.

Page, E.R., W. Liu, D. Cerrudo, E.A. Lee and C.J. Swanton. 2011. Shade avoidance influences stress tolerance in maize (Zea mays L.). Weed Science 59:326-334.

Page, E.R., M. Tollenaar, E.A. Lee, L. Lukens and C.J. Swanton. 2010. Timing, effect and recovery from intraspecific competitions in maize (Zea mays L.). Agronomy Journal 102:1007-1013.

Green-Tracewicz, E., E.R. Page and C.J. Swanton. 2010.  Shade avoidance in soybean reduces branching and increases plant-to-plant variability in biomass and yield per plant. Weed Science 59:43-49.

Page, E.R., M. Tollenaar, E.A. Lee, L. Lukens, and C.J. Swanton. 2010. Shade avoidance: an integral component of crop-weed competition.Weed Research 50: 281-288

Page, E.R., M. Tollenaar, E.A. Lee, L. Lukens, and C.J. Swanton. 2009. Does shade avoidance contribute to the critical period for weed control in maize (Zea mays L.)? Weed Research 49:563-571.

 Page, E.R., A.R. Kemanian, E.P. Fuerst, and R.S. Gallagher. 2007. Spatially variable patterns of weed emergence in eastern Washington. Crop Protection 26:232-236.

Page, E.R., R.S. Gallagher, A.R. Kemanian, and E.P. Fuerst. 2006. Modeling site-specific wild oat (Avena fatua) emergence across a variable landscape. Weed Science 54:838-846.

Weaver, S., K. Clunney, M. Downs, and E. Page. 2006. Prickly lettuce (Lactuca serriola) interference and seed production in soybeans and winter wheat. Weed Science 54:496-503.