Mary Barbercheck

Professor of Entomology

Publication Tags

Soil Cover Crops Tillage Soybeans Carabidae Corn Arthropods Organic Production Coleoptera Zea Mays Agriculture Wheat Vicia Villosa Soil Quality Cropping Systems Reduced Tillage Beetles Forage Nitrogen Triticum Rye Predation Invertebrates Arthropod Communities Arthropod

Most Recent Papers

Manipulating Wild and Tamed Phytobiomes: Challenges and Opportunities

Terrence H Bell, Kevin Hockett, Ricardo Ivan Alcalá-Briseño, Mary Barbercheck, Gwyn A Beattie, Mary Ann Bruns, John Carlson, Taejung Chung, Alyssa Collins, Bryan Emmett, Paul Esker, karen Garrett, Leland Glenna, Beth K. Gugino, Maria del Mar Jimenez Gasco, Linda Kinkel, Jasna Kovac, Kurt Kowalski, Gretchen Kuldau, Johan Leveau, Matthew Michalska-Smith, Jessica Myrick, Kari Peter, Maria Vivanco Salazar, Ashley Shade, Nejc Stopnisek, Xiaoqing Tan, Amy Welty, Kyle Wickings, Etienne Yergeau, 2019, Phytobiomes Journal

Carabid beetles (Coleoptera

Tara Pisani Gareau, Christina Voortman, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, 2019, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems

Plant identity, but not diversity, and agroecosystem characteristics affect the occurrence of M. robertsii in an organic cropping system

Puneet K. Randhawa, Christina Mullen, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, 2018, Biological Control on p. 18-29

Cover crop species and management influence predatory arthropods and predation in an organically managed, reduced-tillage cropping system

Ariel N. Rivers, Christina A. Mullen, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, 2018, Environmental Entomology on p. 340-355

Cover crop-based reduced tillage system influences Carabidae (Coleoptera) activity, diversity and trophic group during transition to organic production

Ariel Rivers, Christina Mullen, John Wallace, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, 2017, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems on p. 538-551

Balancing multiple objectives in organic feed and forage cropping systems

Meagan E. Schipanski, Mary E. Barbercheck, Ebony G. Murrell, Jayson Harper, Denise M. Finney, Jason P. Kaye, David A. Mortensen, Richard G. Smith, 2017, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment on p. 219-227

Cover crop termination timing is critical in organic rotational no-till systems

C. L. Keene, W. S. Curran, J. M. Wallace, M. R. Ryan, S. B. Mirsky, M. J. Vangessel, M. E. Barbercheck, 2017, Agronomy Journal on p. 272-282

Cover crop and tillage intensities alter ground-dwelling arthropod communities during the transition to organic production

Randa Jabbour, Tara Pisani-Gareau, Richard G. Smith, Christina Mullen, Mary Barbercheck, 2016, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems on p. 361-374

Conservation agriculture affects arthropod community composition in a rainfed maize-wheat system in central Mexico

Ariel Rivers, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, Bram Govaerts, Nele Verhulst, 2016, Applied Soil Ecology on p. 81-90

Management of overwintering cover crops influences floral resources and visitation by native bees

Katherine E. Ellis, Mary E. Barbercheck, 2015, Environmental Entomology on p. 999-1010

Most-Cited Papers

A framework for evaluating ecosystem services provided by cover crops in agroecosystems

Meagan E. Schipanski, Mary Barbercheck, Margaret R. Douglas, Denise M. Finney, Kristin Haider, Jason P. Kaye, Armen R. Kemanian, David A. Mortensen, Matthew R. Ryan, John Tooker, Charlie White, 2014, Agricultural Systems on p. 12-22

Linking invertebrate communities to decomposition rate and nitrogen availability in pine forest soils

D. A. Neher, T. R. Weicht, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, 2012, Applied Soil Ecology on p. 14-23

"Our market is our community"

Amy Trauger, Carolyn Sachs, Mary Barbercheck, Kathy Brasier, Nancy Ellen Kiernan, 2010, Agriculture and Human Values on p. 43-55

Cover crops and disturbance influence activity-density of weed seed predators Amara aenea and Harpalus pensylvanicus (Coleoptera

Meredith J. Ward, Matthew R. Ryan, William S. Curran, Mary E. Barbercheck, David A. Mortensen, 2011, Weed Science on p. 76-81

Entomopathogenic nematodes as a model system for advancing the frontiers of ecology

Raquel Campos-Herrera, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, Casey W. Hoy, S. Patricia Stock, 2012, Journal of Nematology on p. 162-176

Yield and net returns during the transition to organic feed grain production

Richard G. Smith, Mary E. Barbercheck, David A. Mortensen, Jeffrey Hyde, Andrew G. Hulting, 2011, Agronomy Journal on p. 51-59

Labile carbon and other soil quality indicators in two tillage systems during transition to organic agriculture

David Bruce Lewis, Jason Philip Kaye, Randa Jabbour, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, 2011, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems on p. 342-353

Short term response of soil microinvertebrates to application of entomopathogenic nematode-infected insects in two tillage systems

C. Marie Greenwood, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, C. Brownie, 2011, Pedobiologia on p. 177-186

Spider plots

Tara P. Gareau, Richard G. Smith, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, David Mortensen, 2010, Journal of Extension on p. 1-8

Cover crop-based reduced tillage system influences Carabidae (Coleoptera) activity, diversity and trophic group during transition to organic production

Ariel Rivers, Christina Mullen, John Wallace, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, 2017, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems on p. 538-551