Jull_Publications

Publications of Laura Jull, Ph.D.

Dept. of Horticulture, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

I. Teaching Publications

Jull, L.G. 2004 and revised each year. Course Packet, 2nd ed., Hort/LA 263: Landscape Plants I. Extensive revision of entire, 700+ page course packet organized into a database of material covered in course including identification, culture, use, and cultivars of 300 plants. Included numerous study guides and exam review sheets. Each week’s material was organized into weekly packets. Students overwhelmingly appreciated the detailed plant information, new format, and commented that they will use it as a reference book in their horticulture and landscape architecture careers. Available for purchase at local print shop.

 

II. Extension Publications

 

1. Peer-Reviewed Extension Publications (total 19, 7 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2009. Invasive Exotic Shrub Honeysuckles: Major Threats to Midwestern Woodlands. UW-Madison Environmental Resources Center (ERC) and WI-DNR Forestry publication FR-448. 6 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2009. Winter salt injury and salt tolerant landscape plants. Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. A3877 12 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Effects of flooding on woody landscape plants. Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. A3871 4 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Choosing the right landscape plants: Factors to consider. Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. A3864 24 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Selecting woody landscape plants for fall color. Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. A3837 44 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2007. Common and Glossy Buckthorn: Major Threats to Midwestern Woodlands. UW-Madison Environmental Resources Center (ERC) and WI-DNR Forestry publication FR-216. 6 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Lilacs for Cold Climates. Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. A3825 16 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Invasive Exotic Shrub Honeysuckles: Major threats to Midwestern Woodlands. Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. HT2004. 3-fold, 12 pgs.

Joy, A., B. Hudelson, and L.G. Jull. 2003. Black walnut toxicity. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1017.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Common and glossy buckthorn: Major threats to Wisconsin’s woodlands. Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. HT2001. 3-fold, 12 pgs.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Plants not favored by deer, Univ. of Wisconsin Ext. Bul. A3727. 4 pgs.

Hudelson, B. and L.G. Jull. 2001. Root rots in houseplants. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1071.

Hudelson, B. and L.G. Jull. 2000. Root rots in the garden. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1072.

Hudelson, B. and L.G. Jull. 2000. Root and crown rots. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1070.

Jull, L. G. 1999. Summer Flowering Trees, Shrubs, and Vines. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1016.

Jull, L. G. 1999. How to Properly Prune Deciduous Shrubs. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1015.

Jull, L. G. 1999. How to Properly Prune Deciduous Trees. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1014.

Jull, L. G. 1999. How to Properly Prune Evergreens. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1013.

Jull, L. G. 1999. The Top Ornamental Crabapples for Wisconsin. Univ. of Wisconsin Garden Fact Sheets, XHT1012.

 

2. Publications in Trade Journals, Newsletters, and Websites (114 total, 69 since 2006)

 

a. Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Newsletter (43 total, 21 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2012. Community Tree Profile: Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 20(1): in press

Jull, L.G. 2011. Community Tree Profile: London planetree (Platanus × acerifolia). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 19(2):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2011. Community Tree Profile: Peking lilac, Pekin lilac (Syringa pekinensis). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 19(1):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2011. Community Tree Profile: Norway spruce (Picea abies). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 18(4):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Community Tree Profile: Dawn redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 18(3):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Community Tree Profile: Tuliptree, tulip-poplar, yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 18(2):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Community Tree Profile: Three-flowered maple (Acer triflorum) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 18(1):6.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Community Tree Profile: Red pine, Norway pine (Pinus resinosa) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 17(3):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2009. Community Tree Profile: Lacebark pine (Pinus bungeana) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 17(1):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2009. Community Tree Profile: Scarlet oak (Quercus coccinea). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 17(2):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2008. The effects of flooding on plants. Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 16(1):1, 10-11.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Community Tree Profile: Sargent cherry (Prunus sargentii). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 16(1):4, 12.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Community Tree Profile: Balsam fir (Abies balsamea). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 15(4):4-5.

Jull, L.G. 2007. Community Tree Profile: Balsam fir (Abies balsamea). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 15(4):4-5.

Jull, L.G. 2007. Community Tree Profile: Yellowwood (Cladrastis kentukea). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 15(3):4.

Jull, L.G. 2007. Community Tree Profile: European beech (Fagus sylvatica). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 15(2):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2007. Community Tree Profile: Cucumbertree magnolia (Magnolia acuminata). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 15(1):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Community Tree Profile: White spruce (Picea glauca) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 14(4):6, 7.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Community Tree Profile: Shantung maple, purpleblow maple (Acer truncatum) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 14(3):6.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Community Tree Profile: Canadian hemlock, eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 14(2):6, 14.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Community Tree Profile: Japanese larch (Larix kaempferi) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 14(1):6, 12.

Jull, L.G. 2005. Community Tree Profile: Bitternut hickory, yellow-bud hickory (Carya cordiformis). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 13(2): 6, 15.

Jull, L.G. 2005. Community Tree Profile: Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus) Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 13(1):6, 7.

Jull, L.G. 2005. Community Tree Profile: Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 12(4):6.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Community Tree Profile: Miyabe maple (Acer miyabei). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 12(3):6.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Community Tree Profile: Yellow buckeye (Aesculus flava). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 12(2):6, 15.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Community Tree Profile: Flowering crabapple (Malus spp.). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 12(1):6, 10-11.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Community Tree Profile: Serbian spruce (Picea omorika). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 11(4):6.

Jull, L.G. 2003. Community Tree Profile: American hornbeam, musclewood (Carpinus caroliniana). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 11(3):6, 10.

Jull, L.G. 2003. Community Tree Profile: Amur corktree (Phellodendron amurense). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 11(2):6.

Jull, L.G. 2003. Community Tree Profile: Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 10(4):6.

Jull, L.G. 2002. Community Tree Profile: Black gum, sour gum, black tupelo, or pepperidge (Nyssa sylvatica). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 10(3):6, 10.

Jull, L.G. 2002. Community Tree Profile: Amur maackia (Maackia amurensis). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 10(2):6.

Jull, L.G. 2002. Community Tree Profile: Pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 10(1):6.

Jull, L.G. 2002. Community Tree Profile: Eastern white pine (Pinus strobus). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 9(4):6, 8.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Community Tree Profile: Katsuratree (Cercidiphyllum japonicum). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 9(3):6.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Community Tree Profile: Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 9(2):6.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Community Tree Profile: Winter King hawthorn (Crataegus viridis ‘Winter King’). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 9(1):6.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Community Tree Profile: Corneliancherry dogwood (Cornus mas). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 8(4):6.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Community Tree Profile: Chinkapin oak (Quercus muehlenbergii). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 8(3):6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Community Tree Profile: Concolor or white fir (Abies concolor). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 8(2):6.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Community Tree Profile: Apple Serviceberry (Amelanchier x grandiflora). Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 8(1):6.

Jull, L.G. 1999. Deicing salt problems in the landscape. Wisconsin DNR Urban and Community Forests Nwsl. 6(4):5, 8-9.

 

b. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation (WLF) Newsletter Green Side Up (19 total, 9 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2012. New woody plants for 2012: Shrubs and Vines. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up 35(3): 13-20, 22.

Jull, L.G. 2012. New hardy woody plants for 2012: Trees. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up 35(2):12-17.

Jull, L.G. 2011. Potential Imprelis® herbicide damage on conifers. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up 34(8):30-31.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Made in the Shade: Woody Plants for Shady Gardens. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up 33(10):20-21, 24-25.

Jull, L.G. 2009. Winter injury and winter protection of woody ornamental plants. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up 32(1):16-19.

Jull, L.G. 2008. The effects of flooding on plants and woody plants tolerant to wet soil. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl., Green Side Up 31(8):12-15.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Wasps could help eradicate emerald ash borer. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl., Green Side Up. 31(9):14.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Some great plants with winter interest. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl., Green Side Up 31(1):17-18, 20.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Ashes to ashes: Alternative trees species to use in the aftermath of emerald ash borer. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up 29(9):27-30.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Drought and watering of woody ornamentals. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 27(11):27, 29.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Survey Says…$2.7 Billion!: Wisconsin’s Green Industry Economic Survey. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 27(10):39-41, 43-44.

Jull, L.G. 2003. The 2002 WLF Oregon Horticultural Tour: Part II. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 26(2):22-24.

Jull, L.G. 2003. The 2002 WLF Oregon Horticultural Tour: What a Success! Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 26(1):30-31, 34-36.

Jull, L.G. 2002. Another stop during next summer’s 2002 WLF Horticulture Tour, Stanley and Sons Nursery, Inc.: A source of selective arboretum material. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 25(5):24, 26.

Jull, L.G. 2002. Update on the hardy shrub rose research trials. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 25(3):18-23.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Another stop during next summer’s 2002 WLF Horticulture Tour, Growing new ideas: J. Frank Schmidt and Son Co. Wholesale Nursery. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up, 24(12):40.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Survey needed for Wisconsin’s Ornamental Industry. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 24(9):12,14-15.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Plants not favored by deer. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 23(9):47-50.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Cultivation versus cover crops for weed control in nurseries. Wisconsin Green Industry Federation Nwsl. Green Side Up. 23(2):25-27.

 

c. Wisconsin Arborist Association Newsletter (16 total, 11 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2012. New hardy woody plants for 2012: Part I. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 31(1): 1, 3, 7-8.

Jull, L.G. 2011. Potential Imprelis® herbicide damage on conifers. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 30(3):8.

Jull, L.G. 2011. Trees to avoid planting in the Midwest and some excellent alternatives: Part 2. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 30(3):1, 3, 6.

Jull, L.G. 2011. Trees to avoid planting in the Midwest and some excellent alternatives: Part 1. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 30(2):1, 3, 8.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Wisconsin Nursery Association’s 2010 Plants of the Year. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 29(1):8.

Jull, L.G. 2008. The effects of flooding on plants and woody plants tolerant to wet soil. The Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 27(4):1-2, 6, 11. (also placed on their website at: www.waa-isa.org)

Jull, L.G. 2007. Woody plants with showy fall color. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 26(6):7-8. (also placed on their website at: www.waa-isa.org)

Jull, L.G. 2007. Late spring and summer flowering trees, shrubs, and vines. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 26(5):7-8. (also placed on their website at: www.waa-isa.org)

Jull, L.G. 2007. Care and sweating of bareroot nursery stock. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 26(3):7. (also placed on their website at: www.waa-isa.org)

Jull, L.G. 2007. Woody plants with winter interest. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 26(2):7. (also placed on their website at: www.waa-isa.org)

Jull, L.G. 2006. Alternatives to ash. Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 25(4):4. (also placed on their website at: www.waa-isa.org)

Jull, L.G. 2004. Survey Says…$2.7 Billion!: Wisconsin’s Green Industry Economic Survey. The Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist 23(5):1, 4-5.

Jull, L.G. 2003. Drought and watering of woody ornamentals. The Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist Nwsl. 22(6):4-5, 7.

Jull, L.G. 2003. Trees that perform well in high-pH clay soils. The Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist Nwsl. 22(1):6.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Plants not favored by deer. The Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist Nwsl. 19(5):1, 3-4.

Jull, L.G. 1999. Longenecker Horticultural Gardens Endowment Fund. The Wisconsin Arborist Assoc. Nwsl. The Wisconsin Arborist Nwsl. 18(4):3.

 

d. Northeast Wisconsin (N.E.W.) Horticulture Newsletter (10 total)

Jull, L.G. 2012. New hardy deciduous shrubs for 2012. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 35(2): in press

Jull, L.G. 2012. New hardy deciduous trees for 2012. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 35(1):1-2, 6-7.

Jull, L.G. 2011. More Trees to Avoid Planting in the Midwest. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 34(2):12.

Jull, L.G. 2011. Trees to Avoid Planting in Midwest, N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 34(1): 5, 8-11.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Made in the Shade: Woody Plants for Shady Gardens. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 33(3): 3-5.

Jull, L.G. 2010. Dwarf Conifers for the Winter Garden. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 33(1):5-6.

Jull, L.G. 2009. Some great mid summer flowering shrubs. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 32(3):1-2.

Jull, L.G. 2009. Wisconsin Nursery Association’s 2009 Plants of the Year. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 32(2):7.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Winter injury and winter protection of woody ornamental plants. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 31(5):4-6.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Eastern ninebark: Physocarpus opulifolius. N.E.W. Horticulture Nwsl. 31(3):3-4.

 

e. ISA Arboriculture and Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quarterly Newsletter (7 total)

Bevil, S. and L.G. Jull. 2008. Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quar. Nwsl., January issue, 5 pgs. Available on website at: http://area.isa-arbor.com/

Bevil, S. and L.G. Jull. 2008. Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quar. Nwsl., April issue, 6 pgs. Available on website at: http://area.isa-arbor.com/

Koeser, A. and L.G. Jull. 2008. Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quar. Nwsl., July issue, 12 pgs. Available on website at: http://area.isa-arbor.com/

Bevil, S. and L.G. Jull. 2007. Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quar. Nwsl., January issue, 4 pgs. Available on website at: http://area.isa-arbor.com/

Bevil, S. and L.G. Jull. 2007. Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quar. Nwsl., May issue, 4 pgs. Available on website at: http://area.isa-arbor.com/

Bevil, S. and L.G. Jull. 2007. Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quar. Nwsl., July issue, 8 pgs. Available on website at: http://area.isa-arbor.com/

Bevil, S. and L.G. Jull. 2007. Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) Quar. Nwsl., October issue, 5 pgs. Available on website at: http://area.isa-arbor.com/

 

f. Wisconsin Master Gardener Association Newsletters (8 total, 6 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2009. Dwarf conifers for the winter garden. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. 20(1):1, 4.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Winter injury and winter protection of woody ornamental plants. Dane County Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. Nov. pg. 3-4.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Woody plants with winter interest. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. 18(1):4-5.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Eastern ninebark: Physocarpus opulifolius. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. 18(4):1, 5.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Endless Summer® hydrangea. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. 16(4): 3.
Jull, LG. 2006. Swiss Stone Pine. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. 16(1):4.
Jull, L.G. 2005. Hardy Shrub Rose Research Trials. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. 15(4):4-6.
Jull, L.G. 2005. Hardy Evergreen Hybrid Rhododendrons. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Nwsl. 15(2):4.

 

g. Other trade publications (7 total, 2 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2011. The good, bad and the ugly: Trees to avoid in the Midwest and some excellent alternatives. Nursery Management 26(1):26-30, 55.

Jull, L.G. 2007. What has AREA been doing and How is AREA collaborating with the Science and Research Committee? Arborist News. vol. 16(4):62.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Survey Says…$2.7 Billion!: Wisconsin’s Green Industry Economic Survey. Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Assoc. Quar. J. 19(3): insert.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Plants not favored by deer. Iowa Nursery and Landscape Assoc. Nwsl. 6:8-9,11-12.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Cultivation versus cover crops for weed control in nurseries. Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Assoc. Quar. J. 16(1):34-36.

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, and F.A. Blazich. 1996. Influence of growth stage, branch order, and IBA treatment on rooting ‘Yoshino’ Japanese cedar stem cuttings. Amer. Nurseryman 184(1):74-75.

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, and F.A. Blazich. 1996. Influence of growth stage, branch order, and IBA treatment on rooting ‘Yoshino’ Japanese cedar stem cuttings. Nursery Notes (NC Assoc. of Nurserymen) 30(5):53, 55.

 

h. Special extension publications (8 total prior to 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2005. The Economic Value of Wisconsin’s Green Industry. In: Status of Wisconsin Agriculture 2005, E.V. Jesse (ed.). Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison and Cooperative Extension, Univ. of Wisconsin-Extension, pp. 53-57.
Jull, L.G. 2004. Resource Directory for UW-Extension and CALS Plant Sciences Staff, 10 directories, 40 pgs. Publication sent out to all UW Cooperative Extension employees.
Jull, L.G. and Wisconsin Agricultural Statistics Service. 2004. Wisconsin Green Industry Economic Survey. 8 pgs.
Merrill, J. and L.G. Jull. 2003. When to prune. In: Home Works News, UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension Fall Nwsl. B3731 pg. 4.
Merrill, J. and L.G. Jull. 2003. New landscape plants need care. In: Home Works News, UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension Summer Nwsl. B3731 pg. 6.
Jull, L.G. and S. Mahr. 2002. Woody Ornamentals (Trees and Shrubs). In: Wisconsin Master Gardener Notebook. Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. Section 3A 6 pgs.
Jull, L.G. 1999. Redbud: The 2000 plant of the year. In: Wisconsin Garden Journal, 5th ed. Madison Area Master Gardener Assoc., Madison, WI, pg. 9.

Jull, L.G. 1999. The dog days of summer. In: Wisconsin Master Gardener Notebook, Wisconsin Master Gardener Assoc. 22(8):1.

 

i. Non-extension outreach publications and website postings (4 total, 3 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. and Madison Gas and Electric (MG&E). 2009. Tree and Shrub Selection database website: http://www.mge.com/environment/trees/ This is a complete searchable smaller tree and large shrub database that I prepared for MG&E for their customers and the general public.

Jull, L.G. 2007. Alternative to Ash Trees: Commercially Available Species and Cultivars, a 14-page long list and a 2-page short list just listing the species without descriptions. Both are posted on the Wisconsin Arborist Association’s website at: http://www.waa-isa.org/hottopics.htm.

Jull, L.G. 2007. Power Planting: How to select and plant trees near power lines. Madison Gas and Electric Responsible Education publication, 24 page publication, also on their website (minus the pictures) at: http://www.mge.com/environment/trees/planting.htm

Jull, L.G. 2000. Power planting: A guide to help you choose the right tree in the right place. Madison Gas and Electric and Alliant Energy brochure. 16 pgs.

 

3. News releases and website articles (32 total, 10 since 2006)

Jull, L.G. 2012. New U.S.D.A. Plant Cold Hardiness Zone Map. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, March 2012.

Jull, L.G. 2009. UW-Extension News: Early spring is a great time to prune trees and shrubs. Posted on UW-Cooperative Extension News, 2 pgs., posted on website at: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID=3340

Jull, L.G. 2008. The aftermath of flooding on trees and shrubs. Posted on UW-Cooperative Extension News Release, Oct. 2008.

Jull, L.G. 2008. Extension Responds: Flood, The effect of flooding on plants and woody plants tolerant to wet soil. Posted on UW-Cooperative Extension Issues in Agriculture, 5 pgs., posted on website at: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/ag/issues/effectsoffloodingonplants.html

Jull, L.G. 2006. Early spring is a great time to prune trees and shrubs. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, April 2006.

Jull, L.G. 2006. Ashes To Ashes: Alternative Tree Species to Use in the Aftermath of Emerald Ash Borer. University of Wisconsin-Extension Urban Horticulture website: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/wihort/landscape/index.html

Jull, L.G. 2006. Alternative to Ash Trees: Commercially Available Species and Cultivars. University of Wisconsin-Extension Urban Horticulture website: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/wihort/landscape/index.html

Jull, L.G. 2006. Suggested Ash Alternatives. Wisconsin Arborist Association website: http://www.waa-isa.org/hottopics.htm

Jull, L.G. 2006. Alternatives to Ash Trees. The Wisconsin Urban Forestry Insider website for Aug. 9, 2006: http://dnr.wi.gov/org/land/forestry/UF/resources/Insider/20060809.html#item9

Jull, L.G. 2006. Alternatives to Ash Trees. The Wisconsin Urban Forestry Insider, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources Urban and Community Forestry Biweekly Electronic Nwsl., Aug. 9, 2006 (also placed on website at: http://dnr.wi.gov/org/land/forestry/UF/resources/Insider/20060809.html#item9)

Jull, L.G. 2005. Drought and stressed trees mean early fall color. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Oct. 2005.

Williamson, C. and L.G. Jull. 2005. Conference set to examine potential impact of Emerald ash borer on Wisconsin’s ash trees. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Oct. 2005.

Jull, L.G. 2005. Early spring is a great time to prune trees and shrubs. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, April 2005.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Survey says: $2.7 billion. Grounds Maintenance Email Nwsl., Nov. 9, 2004. http://grounds-mag.com/news/Wisconsin_Survey/.

Hudelson, B. and L.G. Jull. 2004. Black walnut trees can make garden and ornamentals sick. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, May 2004. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 2003. Extension Responds: Drought, Drought and watering of woody ornamentals. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Oct. 2003. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 2003. Drought and watering of woody ornamentals. Univ. of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension News: Issues in Agriculture, Extension Responds: Drought, pg. 1-2, also on web site: www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID=2183.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Leaves still on your trees? UW-Extension Master Gardener website feature article, Apr. 4, 2001. www.hort.wisc.edu/mastergardener/Features/woodies/unfallen%20leaves/oldleaves.htm

Jull, L.G. 2001. Disease resistant flowering crabapples and pruning. Published on Urban Horticulture Extension Team website, weekly ETN (Electronic Teleconference Network), Dec. 21, 2001. www.uwex.edu/ces/wihort.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Choose plants that don’t interest deer. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, May 2001. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Buckthorn, an invasive threat to woodlands. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Apr. 2001. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, LG. 2001. Trees kept leaves over winter due to odd weather. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Apr. 2001. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Planting the right tree in the right place. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Apr. 2001. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 2001. New horticulture publications available. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Mar. 2001. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Transplanting trees and shrubs. Published on Urban Horticulture Extension Team website, weekly ETN (Electronic Teleconference Network), Sept. 8, 2000. www.uwex.edu/ces/wihort/.

Hudelson, B. and L.G. Jull. 2000. Apple scab on flowering crabapples, UW-Extension Master Gardener website feature article, May 15, 2000. www.hort.wisc.edu/mastergardener/Features/feature1/crabs.htm.
Jull, L.G. 2000. Winter pruning, UW-Extension Master Gardener website feature article, Feb. 25, 2000. www.hort.wisc.edu/mastergardener/Features/pruning/winter%20pruning/pruning.htm.

Jull, L.G., T. Roper, H. Harrison, B. Tomesh, and A. Sausen. 2000. Early spring weather may cause some potential problems, Urban Horticulture Extension Team website feature article, June 14, 2000. www.uwex.edu/ces/wihort/.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Wisconsin Woody Plant Society to hold fall meeting. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Oct. 2000. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 2000. Winter and early spring are best for pruning trees and shrubs. UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension News Release, Mar. 2000. www.cft.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID.

Jull, L.G. 1999. Watering your plants in fall. Urban Horticulture Extension Team website, weekly ETN (Electronic Teleconference Network), Sept. 24, 1999. www.uwex.edu/ces/wihort/.

Jull, L.G. 1999. Planting trees and shrubs. Urban Horticulture Extension Team website, weekly ETN (Electronic Teleconference Network), May 7, 1999. www.uwex.edu/ces/wihort/.

 

4. Mimeos

Jull, L.G. 1999. Shrubs for the cut florist industry. Distributed to two nurserymen in Wisconsin who specialize in growing cut branches for forcing for the florist industry. 45 pgs.

5. Contributed Reports in Field Day Booklets

Jull, L.G. 2002. Hardy shrub rose evaluation trials. W. Madison Agriculture Research Station Horticulture Demonstration Gardens 2002 Guide, pg. 43-44.

Jull, L.G. 2001. Hardy shrub rose evaluation trials. W. Madison Agriculture Research Station Horticulture Demonstration Gardens 2001 Guide, pg. 45-47.

 

6. Extension Media Development

 

a. Slide Sets

Six slide sets with text were developed and deposited into the Extension Media Collection for county agents to use for public and industry presentations.

Jull, L.G. 1999. Large shade trees. 128 slides

Jull, L.G. 1999. Ornamental and flowering trees under 35’ tall. 117 slides

Jull, L.G. 1999. Evergreens, excluding groundcovers. 122 slides

Jull, L.G. 1999. Shrubs, excluding narrow-leaved evergreens. 258 slides

Jull, L.G. 1999. Groundcovers. 57 slides

Jull, L.G. 1999. Vines. 51 slides

 

b. Radio programming on public radio (15 total, 11 since 2006)

Larry Meiller Garden Talk Show, Wisconsin Public Radio: broadcast statewide

Proper Tree Planting, Care and Tree Diseaes, Apr. 29 and Aug. 12, 2011

Ornamental care and disease management, Mar. 30 and July 2, 2010

Hardy shrubs and their diseases, Apr. 17, May 29, Aug. 7, 2009

Woody Plants for Wisconsin and diseases, Mar. 21 and May 23, 2008

Summer flowering plants and their diseases, June 29, 2007

Maintenance, Selection, and Diseases of Woody Ornamentals, Sept. 24, 2004

Care, Selection, and Diseases of Woody Ornamentals, June 7, 2002

Selecting Woody Ornamentals and Recognizing Pests Which Can Harm Them, Mar. 30, 2001

 

Living the Country Life Magazine and Radio Show:

Audio 2.5 minute segment on black walnut toxicity, produced by Meredith Corporation Des Moines, Iowa. Aired on Sept. 10, 2007 on over 20 stations in the Midwest

 

Agriculture Facts for Wisconsin Public Radio-UW Life Science Communications:

The Wisconsin Green Industry, July 8, 2004, aired numerous times in August, 2004

 

c. Public Television and Local Television Programming

 

1. Local News

Broadcast local television interview segment for WISC-TV Channel 3 news on Feb. 1, 2012. Topic was “New Cold Hardiness Zones and Gardening in Wisconsin”, which discussed how the new U.S.D.A. Plant Cold Hardiness Zone Map has changed moving much of the state into warmer zones. I discussed the new zones and its implications for Wisconsin gardeners. The live interview can be viewed on their website at: http://video.channel3000.com/watch.php?id=39951

Television interview segment for WKOW-TV Channel 27 news on Aug. 21, 2008. Topic was “A splash of fall color in August”, which discussed how the flooding in June caused significant tree decline and early fall color on species sensitive to perched water tables. Segment was shown on television that evening and transcripts from the interview are on the website at:http://www.wkowtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=8879610&nav=menu1362_9

 

2. Wisconsin Public Television: The Wisconsin Gardener (5 total, 2 since 2006)

Ryan, S. and L.G. Jull. 2007. The Scented Garden. Taped podcast that was played in between video segments. In: The Wisconsin Gardener, aired on Wisconsin Public Television Spring, 2008. Video has been deposited in UW-Extension Media Collections.

Ryan, S. and L.G. Jull. 2007. Alternatives to Ash. In: The Wisconsin Gardener, aired on Wisconsin Public Television Summer, 2008. Video has been deposited in UW-Extension Media Collections.

Ryan, S. and L.G. Jull. 2002. Alternative Shade Tree Species. In: The Wisconsin Gardener, aired on Wisconsin Public Television on May 26, 2002. Video has been deposited in UW-Extension Media Collection #18565.

Ryan, S. and L.G. Jull. 1999. Woody Plants with Summer Interest. In: The Wisconsin Gardener, aired on Wisconsin Public Television on Aug. 29, 1999. Video has been deposited in UW-Extension Media Collection #18280.

Ryan, S. and L.G. Jull. 1999. Showy Woody Plants for Fall Gardens. In: The Wisconsin Gardener, aired on Wisconsin Public Television on Oct. 31, 1999. Video has been deposited in UW-Extension Media Collection #18298.

 

3. Milwaukee Public Television: Great Lakes Gardener (4 total, 3 since 2006, show no longer on the air)

Myers, M. and L.G. Jull. 2007. Alternatives to Ash Trees. In: Great Lakes Gardener episode #, aired on Milwaukee Public Television in Summer, 2007. Video placed in Milwaukee Public Television Archives. Filmed on Aug. 18, 2006.

Myers, M. and L.G. Jull. 2006. Unique Shade Tree Species. In: Great Lakes Gardener episode #, aired on Milwaukee Public Television in Summer, 2006. Video placed in Milwaukee Public Television Archives. Filmed on Aug. 22, 2005.

Myers, M. and L.G. Jull. 2006. Late Summer Flowering Shrubs. In: Great Lakes Gardener episode #, aired on Milwaukee Public Television in Summer, 2006. Video placed in Milwaukee Public Television Archives. Filmed on Aug. 22, 2005.

Myers, M. and L.G. Jull. 2005. Green Industry Survey Results. In: Great Lakes Gardener episode #324, aired on Milwaukee Public Television on Mar. 19, 2005. Video placed in Milwaukee Public Television Archives. Filmed in 2005.

 

d. Newspaper and UW-Madison and CALS Interviews

Early spring: Good for us, mixed bag for insects, plants. UW-Madison News, Feb. 21, 2012

Ask the Expert column: Are winter warm spells followed by legit winter weather going to harm plants? Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 20, 2012, pg. A2.

The Janesville Gazette newspaper phone interview: Horticultural havoc left in many gardens after the flooding, July 14, 2008. Available on website at: http://www.gazettextra.com/news/2008/jul/14/horticultural-havoc-left-many-gardens/

Contacted at least twice a year by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Topics discussed include early fall color on trees, late-winter warm weather damage to ornamental plants, abnormally wet weather affecting plants, etc.

Watering trees, shrubs in fall crucial to their survival. Oct. 11, 2005. The Sheboygan Press, 2 pgs.

Wisconsin horticulture worth $2.7 billion. Oct. 19, 2004. Nursery Management and Production Weekly Email Nwsl. 1 pg.

Fall colors arriving early. Aug. 24, 2004. On Milwaukee.com website feature article. www.onmilwaukee.com/visitors/articles/beyondleaves.html, 2 pgs.

 

III. Research Publications

 

1. Papers published in or accepted by refereed journals (9 total, 2 since 2006)

Werner, L.P. and L.G. Jull. 2009. Fertilizer uptake, partitioning, and recovery in container-grown common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) trees. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 35(5):252-262.

Zimmerman, E.M. and L.G. Jull. 2006. Sodium chloride injury on buds of Acer platanoides, Tilia cordata, and Viburnum lantana, Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 32(2):45-53.

Zimmerman, E.M., L.G. Jull, and A.M. Shirazi. 2005. Effects of salinity and freezing on Acer platanoides, Tilia cordata, and Viburnum lantana, J. Environ. Hort. 23(3):138-144.

Jull, L.G. and F.A. Blazich. 2000. Influence of stratification, temperature, and light on seed germination of selected provenances of Atlantic white cedar. HortScience 35:132-135.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and L.E. Hinesley. 1999. Seed germination of two provenances of Atlantic white-cedar as influenced by stratification, temperature, and light. J. Environ. Hort. 17:158-163.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and L.E. Hinesley. 1999. Initial seedling growth of Atlantic white cedar as influenced by temperature and photoperiod. J. Environ. Hort. 17:107-113.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and T.G. Ranney. 1999. Heat tolerance of selected provenances of Atlantic white cedar. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 124:492-497.

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, and F.A. Blazich. 1994. Rooting ‘Yoshino’ cryptomeria stem cuttings as influenced by growth stage, branch order, and IBA treatment. HortScience 29:1532-1535.

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, and F.A. Blazich. 1994. Nitrogen nutrition of containerized Cryptomeria japonica ‘Elegans Aurea’. J. Environ. Hort. 12:212-215.

 

2. Papers submitted to refereed journals but not yet accepted for publication

Werner, L.P. and L.G. Jull. 201-. Fertilizer nitrogen uptake and partitioning in juvenile and mature common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) trees. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry (in review, 3rd revision)

Werner, L.P. and L.G. Jull. 201-. Landscape level partitioning of fertilizer N applied to common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) trees in urban landscapes. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry (in review)

 

3. Invited papers published in conference proceedings (11 total, one since 2006)

Panke, B.J., M.J. Renz, and L. G. Jull. 2011. Comparison of seed production and viability of burning bush (Euonymus alatus) cultivars in the upper Midwest. Proceedings of the 2011 North Central Weed Science Society Annual Conference 66:150-151.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Hardy Shrub Rose Research Trials. Comb. Proc. Intl. Plant Prop. Soc. vol. 54:429-434.

Jull, L.G. 2004. Evaluation of Hardy Shrub Roses for the Upper Midwest. Proc. The Metropolitan Tree Improvement Alliance Conference No. 13: Increasing Tree Diversity for Sustainable Urban Forests, printed on their web site at: www.ces.ncsu.edu/fletcher/programs/nursery/metria/metria13/jull/index.html.

Jull, L.G., and F.A. Blazich. 1997. Influence of stratification, temperature, and light on seed germination of selected provenances of Atlantic white cedar. Proc. Southern Nurserymen’s Assoc. Res. Conf., 42nd Annu. Rpt. P. 101-105.

Jull, L.G. and F.A. Blazich. 1997. Influence of stratification, temperature, and light on seed germination of selected provenances of Atlantic white cedar. Proc. Atlantic White Cedar: Ecol. And Mgt. Symp., Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA, Aug 6-7, 1997. USDA Forest Serv., Gen. Tech. Rpt. SRS-27.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and L.E. Hinesley. 1996. Seed germination of two provenances of Atlantic white cedar as influenced by stratification, temperature, and light. Proc. Southern Nurserymen’s Assoc. Res. Conf., 41st Annu. Rpt. P. 33-36.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and L.E. Hinesley. 1995. Initial seedling growth of Atlantic white cedar as influenced by temperature and photoperiod. Current Dev. With Atlantic White Cedar Mgt. Symp., Washington, NC, Aug. 1-3, 1995.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, L.E. Hinesley, and S.L. Warren. 1995. Initial seedling growth of Atlantic white cedar as influenced by temperature and photoperiod. Proc. Southern Nurserymen’s Assoc. Res. Conf., 40th Annu. Rpt. P. 27-30.

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, and F.A. Blazich. 1994. Nitrogen nutrition of containerized Cryptomeria japonica ‘Elegans Aurea’. Proc. Southern Nurserymen’s Assoc. Res. Conf., 39th Annu. Rpt. P. 100-103.

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, F.A. Blazich, and J.C. Raulston. 1993. Effects of growth stage, branch order, and IBA treatment on rooting stem cuttings of ‘Yoshino’ cryptomeria. Proc. Intl. Plant Prop. Soc. 43:404-407.

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, F.A. Blazich, and J.C. Raulston. 1993. Effects of growth stage, branch position and IBA concentration on rooting stem cuttings of ‘Yoshino’ cryptomeria. Proc. Southern Nurserymen’s Assoc. Res. Conf., 38th Annu. Rpt. P. 30-32.

 

4. Manuscripts or books published

Manuscript: Lilacs for the Garden. This is a book manuscript I spent most of my time during 2011 writing for Timber Press publications. I was approached by Timber Press to write this book as they had seen and liked my UW-Extension A-Series Publication A3825 Lilacs for Cold Climates. This book is currently at 239 double-spaced pages containing an introduction, five chapters, four appendices, glossary of terms, literature cited and index. The book is currently in review by three lilac professionals, one of which is in academia.

 

5. Chapters in books

Jull, L.G. and F.A. Blazich. 2008. Nandina domestica Thunb. Pgs. 740-742. In: F.T. Bonner, R.P. Karrfalt and R.G. Nisley (Eds.). The Woody Plant Seed Manual, Agr. Hdbk. No. 727. U.S. Dept. Agr., Forest Serv., Washington, D.C. 1223 pgs. (Currently on web at www.ntsl.fs.fed.us/wpsm).

 

6. Books or conference proceedings edited

Trees and Planting: Getting the Roots Right. Symposium held Nov. 9-10, 2005 at The Morton Arboretum, Lisle, IL. This professional seminar was for Green Industry members and woody ornamental research scientists. Researchers from across the country presented an overview of current research on how planting depth, root architecture, nursery production, and species characteristics affect tree survival. Drs. Jull and Watson, The Morton Arboretum Research Scientist, compiled abstracts and summary of work presented. Proceedings are available on the Morton Arboretum web site: http://www.mortonarb.org/deeptreeroots/resources.html

 

7. Contributed papers and/or abstracts (total 13, 6 since 2006)

Panke, B.J., M.J. Renz, and L. G. Jull. 2011. Comparison of seed production and viability of burning bush (Euonymus alatus) cultivars in the upper Midwest. North Central Weed Science Society 2011 Annual Conference (Abstr.).

Jull, L.G. 2010. Controlled environment evaluation of aerated compost tea. 86th Annual International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Conference Proceedings. (Abstr.)

Jull, L. and M. Krems. 2009. The cost benefit ratio of tree preservation, 85th Annual International Society of Arboriculture Conference, Arboricultural Research and Education Academy (AREA) Proceedings. (Abstr.)

Werner, L.P. and L.G. Jull. 2008. Fertilizer N partitioning and recovery. 84th Annual International Society of Arboriculture Conference Proceedings. (Abstr.)

Werner, L.P. and L.G. Jull. 2007. 15N as a tracer to evaluate fertilizer N uptake and partitioning in out-planted immature and mature common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis). HortScience 42(4):877 (Abstr.)

Werner, L.P. and L.G. Jull. 2007. 15N as a tracer to evaluate fertilizer N uptake and partitioning in out-planted immature and mature common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis). 83rd Annual International Society of Arboriculture Conference, Arboricultural Research and Education Academy (AREA) Proceedings. (Abstr.)

Werner, L.P. and L.G. Jull. 2005. 15N as a Tracer to Evaluate Fertilizer N Partitioning and Recovery in Container-grown Common Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis). 81st Annual International Society of Arboriculture Conference, Arboricultural Research and Education Academy (AREA) presentations. (Abstr.)

Jull, L.G. 2004. Evaluation of Hardy Shrub Roses for the Upper Midwest. HortScience 39(4):894. (Abstr.)

Zimmerman, L. and L.G. Jull. 2002. The response of three common landscape plants (Acer platanoides L., Tilia cordata Mill., and Viburnum lantana L.) to salinity and freezing stress. 78th Annual International Society of Arboriculture Conference, Arboricultural Research and Education Academy (AREA) presentations. (Abstr.)

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and T.G. Ranney. 1998. Heat tolerance of selected provenances of Atlantic white cedar. HortScience 33:511. (Abstr.)

Jull, L.G., and F.A. Blazich. 1997. Influence of stratification, temperature, and light on seed germination of selected provenances of Atlantic white cedar. HortScience 32:546. (Abstr.)

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and L.E. Hinesley. 1996. Seed germination of Atlantic white cedar as influenced by stratification, temperature, and light. HortScience 31:565-566. (Abstr.)

Jull, L.G., S.L. Warren, and F.A. Blazich. 1993. Effects of IBA and branch position on rooting softwood cuttings of ‘Yoshino’ cryptomeria. HortScience 28:525. (Abstr.)

8. Technical reports and other publications

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and T.G. Ranney. 1997. Heat tolerance of selected provenances of Atlantic white-cedar. NC State Univ. (Raleigh) Phytotron Rpt. P. 139-140.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and L.E. Hinesley. 1996. Initial growth of seedlings of Atlantic white cedar as influenced by photoperiod and day/night temperature. NC State Univ. (Raleigh) Phytotron Rpt. P. 87.

Jull, L.G., and F.A. Blazich, 1996. Influence of stratification, temperature, and light on seed germination of selected provenances of Atlantic white cedar. NC State Univ. (Raleigh) Phytotron Rpt. P. 85-86.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, and L.E. Hinesley. 1995. Influence of light, temperature, and stratification on seed germination of two provenances of Atlantic white cedar. NC State Univ. (Raleigh) Phytotron Rpt. P. 86-88.

Jull, L.G., F.A. Blazich, L.E. Hinesley, and S.L. Warren. 1994. Initial growth of seedlings of Atlantic white cedar as influenced by photoperiod and day/night temperature. NC State Univ. (Raleigh) Phytotron Rpt. P. 118.

 

9. Theses/Dissertations filed in library (5 total, 2 since 2006)

Werner, L. 2008. 15N as a Tracer to Evaluate the Fate of Fertilizer N in Common Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis L.) Trees in the Urban Landscape. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. (Ph.D. student under my sole direction).

Krems, M. 2008. The cost-benefit ratio of tree preservation. M.S. thesis, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. (M.S. student co-advised by myself and Evelyn Howell, Dept. of Landscape Architecture).

Zimmerman, L. 2003. Salinity and freezing injury on dormant buds of Acer platanoides, Tilia cordata, and Viburnum lantana. M.S. thesis, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. (M.S. student under my sole direction).

Jull, L.G. 1998. Seed germination, seedling growth, and heat tolerance of selected provenances of Atlantic white-cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides). Ph.D. Dissertation, N.C. State Univ., Raleigh, NC.

Jull, L.G. 1994. Propagation of Cryptomeria japonica ‘Yoshino’ by stem cuttings and nitrogen nutrition of containerized ‘Elegans Aur