Peer-reviewed (Google Scholar)

  • Testen, A. L., Puri, P., Shaw, R. S., Domsic, E. C., Griffin LaHue, D., Murphy, K. M., and Mattupalli, C. 2024. A quantitative real-time PCR method to detect the quinoa downy mildew pathogen, Peronospora variabilis. Plant Disease. First Look.
  • Wang, X., Mattupalli, C., Chastagner, G., Tymon, L., Wu, Z., Jung, S., Liu, H., and DeVetter, L. W. 2023. Physical characteristics of soil-biodegradable and nonbiodegradable plastic mulches impact conidial splash dispersal of Botrytis cinerea. PLoS ONE 18(5): e0285094.
  • Cucak, M., Harteveld, D.O.C., Wasko DeVetter, L., Peever, T.L., Moral, R.d.A., and Mattupalli, C. 2022. Development of a decision support system for the management of mummy berry disease in Northwestern Washington. Plants 11:2043.
  • Shrestha, S., Mattupalli, C., and Miles, C. 2022. Effect of grafting compatibility on fruit yield and quality of cantaloupe in a Mediterranean-type climate. Horticulturae 8:888.
  • Mattupalli, C., Shiller, J. B., Proano, F., Watkins, T., Hansen, K., Garzon, C. A., Marek, S. M., and Young, C. A. 2022. Genetic diversity of Phymatotrichopsis omnivora based on mating type and microsatellite markers reveal heterothallic mating system. Plant Disease 106:2105-2116.
  • Mattupalli, C., Shiller, J. B., Kankanala, P., Krom, N., Marek, S. M., Mysore, K. S., and Young, C. A. 2021. The first genomic resources for Phymatotrichopsis omnivora, a soil-borne pezizomycete pathogen with a broad host range.  Phytopathology 111:1897-1900.
  • Trivedi, P., Mattupalli, C., Eversole, K., and Leach, J. E. 2021. Enabling sustainable agriculture through microbiome understanding and enhancement. New Phytologist 230:2129-2147. doi:10.1111/nph.17319
  • Mattupalli, C., Seethepalli, A., York, Y. M., and Young, C. A. 2019. Digital imaging to evaluate root system architectural changes associated with soil biotic factors. Phytobiomes J. 3:102-111.
  • Mattupalli, C., Moffet, C. A., Shah, K. N., and Young, C. A. 2018. Supervised classification of RGB aerial imagery to evaluate the impact of a root rot disease. Remote Sensing.10:917.
  • Young, C. A., Bock, C.H., Charlton, N.D., Mattupalli, C., Krom, N., Bowen, J. K.,Templeton, M., Plummer, K. M., and Wood, B. W. 2018. Evidence for sexual reproduction: identification, frequency, and spatial distribution of Venturia effusa (pecan scab) mating type idiomorphs. Phytopathology. 108:837-846.
  • Mattupalli, C., Komp, M. R., and Young, C. A. 2017. Integrating geospatial technologies and unmanned aerial systems in growers’ disease management toolbox. APS Features. doi:10.1094/APSFeature-2017-7
  • Mattupalli, C., Glasner, J. D., and Charkowski, A. O. 2014. A draft genome sequence reveals the Helminthosporium solani arsenal for cell wall degradation. American Journal of Potato Research 91:517-524.
  • Mattupalli, C., Spraker, J. E., Berthier, E., Charkowski, A. O., Keller, N. P., and Shepherd, R. W. 2014. A microfluidic assay for identifying differential responses of plant and human fungal pathogens to tobacco phylloplanins. Plant Health Progress 15:130-134.
  • Mattupalli, C., Genger, R. K., and Charkowski, A. O. 2013. Evaluating incidence of Helminthosporium solani and Colletotrichum coccodes on asymptomatic organic potatoes and screening potato lines for resistance to silver scurf. American Journal of Potato Research 90:369-377.

Trade Publications

  • Mattupalli, C. Charkowski, A. O., Ingram, J. T., and Filiatrault, M. J. 2022. Rethinking seed potato certification: Moving toward a grower-focused system. Spudman 60(1):25-28.
  • Mattupalli, C., Charkowski, A. O., Ingram, J. T., Filiatrault, M., Sklarczyk, D., Ebe, G. D. 2022. COVID-19 tech provides lessons for seed potato certification improvements. Spudman 60(3):14-19.
  • Mattupalli, C., Moffet, C. A., Rogers, J. K., and Young, C. A. 2016. Drones used to monitor alfalfa root rot disease. Hay and Forage Grower. February issue p.22.


  • Mattupalli, C. Colletotrichum coccodes. 2021. Crop Protection Compendium. Wallingford, UK: CABI.
  • Mattupalli, C., and Charkowski, A. O. 2019. Minituber production in greenhouses – Management of diseases, insects, and physiological disorders. Colorado State University Extension. Fact sheet No. 0.310.


  • Puri, P., DeVetter, L. W., and Mattupalli, C. 2023. Two-year screenhouse studies evaluating blueberry genotypes for mummy berry resistance. Whatcom Ag Monthly 12(12).
  • Loeffler, D., Benedict, C., and Mattupalli, C. 2022. Aerial imaging to monitor blueberry shock disease. Whatcom Ag Monthly 11(11).
  • Puri, P., DeVetter, L. W., and Mattupalli, C. 2022. Screening blueberry genotypes for mummy berry fruit rot susceptibility. Whatcom Ag Monthly 11(10).
  • DeVetter, L. W., Mattupalli, C., Mallov, D., Gerbrandt, E., Bryla, D., Walters, T., Pond, J., Myer, J., Stockwell, V. O., Teasdale, C., Sabaratnam, S., Ivors, K., Glass, J., and Yang, W. 2022. 2022 blueberry plant health issue discussion. Whatcom Ag Monthly 11(8).
  • Mattupalli, C. 2022. WSU Berry and potato pathology program update. Whatcom Ag Monthly 11(23).
  • Mattupalli, C. 2018. A compelling assignment for sharing plant pathology with the wider world. Phytopathology News 52:138.
  • Mattupalli, C., Pedrozo, R., and Stockwell, V. 2018. Finding a job as a plant pathologist: Exploiting the job triangle. Phytopathology News 52:95.
  • Tomimatsu, G., Mattupalli, C., and Grunwald, N. 2018. Emerging and re-emerging pathogens: a constant threat to global agriculture. Phytopathology News 52:50 (
  • Young, C. A., and Mattupalli, C. 2018. Stalking a root rot disease from the sky. Noble News and Views 36:10-11.