College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Department of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences
Ph.D., University of Idaho
M.S., University of Idaho
B.S., University of Idaho
Wallace, J. M., T. S. Prather and V. Peterson. 2012. Effects of aminopyralid on ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa). 5:164-169.
- Laitala, K. L., T. S. Prather, D. C. Thill, B. Kennedy, and C. Caudill. 2012. Efficacy of benthic barriers as a control measure for Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum). Invasive Plant Science and Management 5:170-177.
- Bell, J. L., I. C. Burke, and T. S. Prather. 2011. Uptake, translocation and metabolism of aminocyclopyrachlor in prickly lettuce, rush skeletonweed and yellow starthistle. Pest Management Science 67:1338-1348.
- Nyamai, P. A., T. S. Prather and J. M. Wallace. 2011. Evaluating restoration methods across a range of plant communities dominated by invasive annual grasses to native perennial grasses. Invasive Plant Science and Management 4:306-316.
- Wallace, J., T. S. Prather and L. Wilson. 2010. Plant Community Response to Integrated Management of Meadow Hawkweed (Hieracium caespitosum) in the Pacific Northwest. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3:268-275
- Stapleton, J.J., C. G. Summers, J.P. Mitchell and T. S. Prather. 2010. Deleterious activity of cultivated grasses (Poaceae) and residues on soilborne fungal, nematode and weed pests. Phytoparasitica 38:61-69
- Summers, C. G., J. J. Stapleton, T. S. Prather, J. P Mitchell. 2009. Sudex cover crops can kill and stunt subsequent tomato, lettuce and broccoli transplants through allelopathy. California Agriculture 63:35-40.
- Mallek, S. B., T. S. Prather and J. Stapleton. 2007. Interaction effects of Allium spp. residues, concentrations and soil temperature on seed germination of four weedy plant species. Applied Soil Ecology 37:233-239.
- Dahlquist, R. M., T. S. Prather, J. J. Stapleton. 2007. Tim and temperature requirements for weed seed thermal death. Weed Science 55:619-625.
- Shafii, B. W.J. Price, T.S. Prather, L.W. Lass, D. Howard. 2006. Modeling dispersal of yellow starthistle in the canyon grasslands of north central Idaho. Applied Statistics in Agriculture. G. A. Milliken (Ed.). Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
- Invasive plant ecology
- Invasive plant detection with emphasis on remote sensing, identifying areas likely invaded for early detection and rapid response survey
- Integrated pest management of weeds in hay, pasture CRP and wildland areas
- Plant community rehabilitation with special attention to both invasive plant interactions and soil interactions
- Modeling plant movement across landscapes
- Administers the Lambert Erickson Weed Diagnostic Laboratory that identifies, tracks and surveys for invasive plant species
- Provides technical and educational program support to Cooperative Weed Management Areas in Idaho
- Collaborates with county faculty on pasture and wildland projects
- Idaho Weed Hall of Fame, 2011
- Bronze Award for Idaho Farm Bureau Private Forest Series, Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals, 2007.
- Outstanding Paper, Weed Technology, 2003