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Finch, Stanley and Collier, Rosemary. (2012) The influence of host and non-host companion plants on the behaviour of pest insects in field crops. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, Vol.142 (No.2). pp. 87-96. ISSN 0013-8703
George, David R., Collier, Rosemary and Whitehouse, Diane M. (2012) Can imitation companion planting interfere with host selection by Brassica pest insects? Agricultural and Forest Entomology . no-no. ISSN 1461-9555 (In Press)
Dowler, Elizabeth, 1951-, Kneafsey, Moya, Lambie, Hannah, Inman, Alex and Collier, Rosemary. (2011) Thinking about 'food security' : engaging with UK consumers. Critical Public Health, Vol.21 (No.4). pp. 403-416. ISSN 1469-3682
George, D. R. (David R.), Collier, Rosemary, Whitfield, C. and Port, Gordon. (2011) Could movement of neonates from non-host plants affect the potential of polyculture to reduce crop colonisation by pest insects? Crop Protection, Vol.30 (No.8). pp. 1103-1105. ISSN 02612194
Collier, Rosemary, Teakle, Graham R. and Allender, Charlotte J. (2011) Farming Today. [Performance]. 13/8/11 .
Collier, Rosemary and Teakle, Graham R. (2011) Farming Today. [Performance]. 28/1/11.
Collier, Rosemary (2010) Desk study to apply knowledge developed for conventional horticulture to control of pests in organic vegetables. London, UK: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (Annual report MAFF project, OF0179).
George, D. R. (David R.), Collier, Rosemary and Port, Gordon. (2009) Testing and improving the effectiveness of trap crops for management of the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella (L.): a laboratory-based study. Pest Management Science , Vol.65 (No.11). pp. 1219-1227. ISSN 1526-498X
Lillywhite, Robert, Collier, Rosemary and Pole, J.. (2009) Assessing the costs and benefits of agricultural production using an ecosystem approach. Aspects of Applied Biology, Vol.95 . pp. 39-44. ISSN 0265-1491
Cook, S. K., Collier, Rosemary, Clarke, James (James H.) and Lillywhite, Robert. (2009) Contribution of integrated farm management (IFM) to Defra objectives. Aspects of Applied Biology, Vol.93 . pp. 131-138. ISSN 0265-1491
Lillywhite, Robert and Collier, Rosemary. (2009) Why carbon footprinting (and carbon labelling) only tells half the story. Aspects of Applied Biology, Vol.95 . pp. 73-78. ISSN 0265-1491
Collier, Rosemary, Fellows, J. R. (Jane R.), Adams, S. R. (Steven R.), Semenov, Mikhail and Thomas, Brian. (2008) Vulnerability of horticultural crop production to extreme weather events. Aspects of Applied Biology, Vol.88 . pp. 3-14. ISSN 0265-1491
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