McGinnis, E.E., M.H. Meyer, and A.G. Smith. 2010. Sweet and sour: A scientific and legal look at herbicide-tolerant sugar beet. The Plant Cell 22:1653-1657.
McGinnis E.E., and M.H. Meyer. 2011. After-ripening, stratification and perigynia removal enhance Pennsylvania sedge germination. HortTechnology 21(2): 187-192.
McGinnis E.E., M.H. Meyer, and A.G. Smith. 2012. Analysis of U.S. genetically engineered crop regulation and litigation. Crop Science 52(3):991-1002
McGinnis, E.E., A.G. Smith, and M.H. Meyer. 2014. Environmental control of flowering in Pennsylvania sedge. HortTechnology 24(3):301-306.
McGinnis, E., K. Kinzer and J. LeBoldus. 2015. First report of impatiens downy mildew caused by Plasmopara obducens in North Dakota. Plant Disease. 99(7):1039.
Nelson, R.S., E.E. McGinnis, and A.L.M. Daigh. 2018. Perigynia removal improved germination in two native Carex species. Seed Science and Technology 46(3):489-495.
Nelson, R.S. E.E. McGinnis, and A.L.M. Daigh. 2018. Rain garden sedges tolerate cyclical flooding and drought. HortScience 53(11):1-8.
Bumgarner, N., S. Dorn, E. McGinnis, P. Bennett, E. Bauske, S. Krishnan, and L. Bradley. 2019. Consumer horticulture advancement: Identifying critical research areas and cultivating collaborations. HortTechnology 29(6):769-776.
McGinnis, E., A. Rihn, N. Bumgarner, S. Krishnan, J. Cole, C. Sclar, and H. Khachatryan. 2020. Enhancing consumer horticulture's millennial outreach: Social media, retail and public garden perspectives. HortTechnology 30(6): 642-649.
Krishnan, S., H. Kirk-Ballard. E. McGinnis, and L.G. Chance. 2021. Critical issues in consumer horticulture: Gaps in research and public gardens' involvement in consumer horticulture. HortTechnology (accepted).
Epsilon Sigma Phi Early Career Distinguished Service Award, 2016
Excellence in Extension Early Career Award, 2019
2021 North Dakota Forest Service "Media Outreach" Trees Award for Dakota Gardener newspaper column
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