1DeMoranville, C.J. 2008. Flood management. In Sandler, H.A. and DeMoranville, C.J. (eds). Cranberry Production: A Guide for Massachusetts, CP-08. University of Massachusetts Amherst Cranberry Station Extension Publication, East Wareham, MA. p. 66–71.
2Averill, A.L., Sylvia, M.M., Kusek, C.C., and DeMoranville, C.J. 1997. Flooding in cranberry to minimize insecticide and fungicide inputs. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 12:50–54.
3DeMoranville, C.J., Sandler, H.A., Shumaker, D.E., Averill, A.L., Caruso, F.L., Sylvia, M.M., and Pober, D.M. 2005. Fall flooding for management of cranberry fruitworm (Acrobasis vaccinii) and dewberry (Rubus hispidus) in Massachusetts cranberry production. Journal of Crop Protection 24:999–1006.
4Parker, C. and Riches, C.R. 1993. Parasitic Weeds of the World—Biology and Control. CAB International, Oxon, UK.
5Devlin, R.M. and Deubert, K.H. 1980. Control of swamp dodder (Cuscuta gronovii) on cranberry bogs with butralin. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society 34:399–405.
6Bewick, T.A., Binning, L.K., and Dana, M.N. 1989. Control of swamp dodder in cranberry. HortScience 24:850.
7Else, M.J., Sandler, H.A., and Schluter, S. 1995. Weed mapping as a component of integrated pest management in cranberry production. HortTechnology 5:302–305.
8Sandler, H.A. 2010. Managing Cuscuta gronovii (swamp dodder) in cranberry requires an integrated approach. Sustainability 2:660–683.
9Franklin, H.J. 1948. Cranberry Insects in Massachusetts, Bulletin No. 445. Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, East Wareham, MA.
10Beckwith, C.S. 1932. Late holding of the winter flood. In Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Convention of the American Cranberry Growers' Association. p. 1–3.
11Blake, G., Sandler, H.A., Coli, W., Pober, D.M., and Coggins, C. 2007. An assessment of grower perceptions and factors influencing adoption of IPM in commercial cranberry production. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 22:134–144.
12Averill, A.L., Averill, M.M., and DeMoranville, C.J. 1994. Alternative management strategies: Impact of late water on cranberry fruitworm and mites. Cranberries 58(4):23–25.
13Cockfield, S.D. and Mahr, D.L. 1992. Flooding cranberry beds to control blackheaded fireworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 85:2383–2388.
14Scammell, H.B. 1917. The Cranberry Girdler. Bulletin No. 554. USDA, Washington, DC.
15Demoranville, I.E. 1986. Weeds of Massachusetts Cranberry Bogs, Part 2. University of Massachussets Cooperative Extension Publication, SP-149, East Wareham, MA.
16Goff, E.S. 1893. Insects and disease injurious to cranberries. Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Bulletin No. 35.
17Fitzpatrick, S.M. 2007. Survival of submerged larvae of cranberry girdler, Chrysoteuchia topiaria, in the laboratory. Crop Protection 26:1810–1816.
18Huntzinger, M. 2003. Effects of fire management practices on butterfly diversity in the forested western United States. Biological Conservation 113:1–12.
19Stephens, S.S. and Wagner, M.R. 2006. Using ground foraging ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) functional groups as bioindicators of forest health in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Environmental Entomology 35:937–949.
20Lambert, D.H. 1990. Effects of pruning method on the incidence of mummy berry and other lowbush blueberry diseases. Plant Disease 74:199–201.
21Hildebrand, P.D. and Renderos, W.E. 2007. Valdensinia leaf spot (Valdensinia heterodoxa) of commercial lowbush bluebery in Atlantic Canada: an emerging new threat [abstract]. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 20:90.
22Lindborg, R. and Eriksson, O. 2004. Effects of restoration on plant species richness and composition in Scandinavian semi-natural grasslands. Restoration Ecology 12:318–326.
23Mharapara, I.M. 1987. Cropping of rice and maize in vleis. Cropping in the semiarid areas of Zimbabwe. In Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Harare, 24–28 August, Vol. 2. p. 543–561.
24Obiri, B.D., Bright, G.A., McDonald, M.A., Anglaaere, L.C.N., and Cobbina, J. 2007. Financial analysis of shaded cocoa in Ghana. Agroforestry Systems 71(2):139–149.
25Yamada, S., Okubo, S., Kitagawa, Y., and Takeuchi, K. 2007. Restoration of weed communities in abandoned rice paddy fields in the Tama Hills, central Japan. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 119:88–102.
26Averill, A.L. and Sylvia, M.M. 1998. Cranberry Insects of the Northeast. University of Massachusetts Amherst Cranberry Station Extension Publication, East Wareham, MA.
27Franklin, H.J. 1951. Cranberry Insects in Massachusetts, Parts II–VII. Volume Bulletin No. 445. Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, East Wareham, MA.
28SAS Institute. 2007. Release 9.1.3 of the SAS system for Microsoft Windows. SAS Institute, Cary, NC.
29Sandler, H.A. and Ghantous, K. 2007. Germination patterns of swamp dodder seeds planted near a commercial cranberry farm [abstract]. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society 61:65.
30Reddy, K.N. and Singh, M. 1992. Germination and emergence of hairy beggarstick (Bidens pilosa). Weed Science 40:195–199.
31Baird, J.H. and Dickens, R. 1991. Germination and emergence of Virginia buttonweed (Diodia virginiana). Weed Science 39:37–41.
32Gealy, D. 1998. Differential response of palmleaf morningglory (Ipomoea wrightii) and pitted morning glory (Ipomoea lacunosa) to flooding. Weed Science 46:217–224.
33Kroger, C.H., Reddy, K.N., and Poston, D.H. 2004. Factors affecting seed germination, seedling emergence, and survival of texasweed (Caperonia palustris). Weed Science 52:989–995.
34Sandler, H.A. and Ghantous, K.M. 2007. Management practices and obstacles for dodder control in cranberries. Fruit Grower News 46(2):17–18.