Extension Associate Professor of Plant Pathology
Ph.D. (Plant Pathology), University of Kentucky, 1978
Research and Extension Interests
Caruso, F.L. 2003. Fruit rot studies in Massachusetts, 2002. Cranberries 67:12-14.
Caruso, F.L. P.R. Bristow, and P.V. Oudemans, 2000. Cranberries: the most intriguing native North American fruit. APS Net Feature for November.
Li, B.,X. Qian, F.L. Caruso, B.R. Singh, and H.K. Sarcar. 2000. Cloning and sequence analysis of a Phytophtora cinnamomi gene which encoded for cinnamomim, a toxin with implications in root rot of cranberry. J. Natural Toxins 9:113-123.
Chen, X., L.A. Grant, and F.L. Caruso. 1999. Effect of Biosave and carnauba wax on decay of cranberry. Proc. Fla. State Hort Soc. 112:116-117.
Oudemans, P, F.L. Caruso, and A.W. Stretch. 1998. Cranberry fruit rot in the northeast: a complex disease. Plant Disease 82:1176-1184.
DeMoranville, C., A. Averill, F. Caruso, H. Sandler, and M.J. Else. 1998. Control of weeds, insects, and diseases on cranberry with a spring flood. HortScience 33:538.
Caruso, F.L. 1998. Reoccurrence of rose bloom caused by Exobasidium oxycocci in cranberry in Massachusetts. Plant Disease 82:447.
Roper, T. R., K. D. Patten, C. J. DeMoranville, J. R. Davenport, B. C. Strik, and A. P. Poole. 1993. Fruiting of cranberry uprights reduces fruiting the following year. HortScience 28:228.
Davenport, J. R., and C. J. DeMoranville. 1993. A survey of several soil physical characteristics of cultivated cranberry bog soils in North America. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 24:1769-1773.
DeMoranville, C. J. 1992. Fish fertilizer: lessons for low input production. Cranberries 56(3):12-13.
Strik, B. C., Roper, T. R., DeMoranville, C. J., Davenport, J. R., and A. P. Poole. 1991. Cultivar and growing region influence return bloom in cranberry uprights. HortScience. 26:1366-67.