- Dr. Greta Schuster
- Professor, Extension Plant Pathologist/ IPM - TAMUK
- Texas A&M Kingsville
- Undergraduate Education
- B.S. Animal Science, East Texas State University, 1985
- Graduate Education
- M.S. Agronomy, East Texas State University, 1991
- Ph.D. Virology, Texas A&M University, 1994
- Chancellor’s Academy of Teacher Educators of the A&M System’ Award”, Texas A&M University, 2014-2015
- Senior Teaching Award” Dick & Mary Lewis Kleberg College of Agriculture, April, 2012-2013
- Advising Award” Dick & Mary Lewis Kleberg College of Agriculture, April, 2011-2012
- Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence, Texas A&M University, 2011
- Junior Research Award, Dick & Mary Lewis Kleberg College of Agriculture, April 2010
- Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence, Texas A&M University, 2009
- Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence, Texas A&M University, 2008
I work with field and vegetable production, with emphasis on cotton, sorghum, potato, and citrus.
Dr. Schuster has been at A&M-Kingsville since 2008. In addition to her teaching duties, she has a 25 percent appointment with AgriLife Extension. Previously, she worked in the Integrated Pest Management program in the Division of Agriculture at West Texas A&M University. She also held a 25% appointment with Texas Cooperative Extension with Plant Pathology and the Entomology. The objectives of my extension program are to provide relevant education and collaborative field support to producers in South Texas.
Litt, Andrea R., E.E., Cord, T.E. Fulbright, and G.L. Schuster. 2014. Effects of Invasive Plants on Arthropod. Conservation Biology, Volume 28, No. 6, 1532–1549.
Simpson, C.R., S.D. Nelson, J.C. Melgar, S. King, J. Jifon, G. Schuster, G. and A. Volder. 2014. Growth response of grafted and non-grafted citrus trees to saline irrigation. Scientia Horticulturae 169:199–205.
Schuster, G. L., K. E. Moulton, J. Donaldson, M. Castelaw, J. O. Buntyn, S. M. Falkenberg, S. Willard, P. Ryan, H. A. Duoss, D. T. Dawson, T. Callaway, J. Carroll, and T. B. Schmidt. 2013. Use of biophotonic E. coli-Xen14 to determine time of contamination in the life cycle of the house fly, Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae). Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, Vol. 10(5): 442-447.
Fisher, Amanda C., G. Schuster, W. J. Cobb, A. J. James, S. Cooper, A. Peréz de León, and P. J. Holman. 2013. Molecular characterization of Trypanosoma spp. infecting cattle (Bos taurus), white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and elk (Cervus elaphus canadensis) and in the United States. Veterinary Parasitological, 197: 9-42.
Schuster, Greta, S., Lukefahr, K. McCuistion, and R. Hanagriff. 2012. Measuring the Economic Potential of Utilizing Sweet Potato Production in Small Animal Forage and Crop Production System: A Systems Approach. The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge. 17(2): 212-222.
Vemula, Satya, P. Porter, G. L. Schuster, and B. E. Lewis. 2012. Susceptibility of Helicoverpa Zea to commercial insecticides in green bean production on the Texas High Plains. The Texas Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 25:1-12.
Munyaneza, Joseph E., Jeremy L. Buchman, Venkatesan G. Sengoda, John A. Goolsby, Adrianna P. Ochoa, Jennifer Trevino, and Greta Schuster. 2012. Impact of potato planting timing on potato zebra chip disease incidence in the Lower RioGrande Valley of Texas. Southwestern Entomologist, 37(3): 253-262.
Pérez de León, Adalberto A.. Pete D.Teel, Allan N. Auclair, Matthew T. Messenger, Felix D. Guerrero,
Greta Schuster, and Robert J. Miller. 2012. Integrated strategy for sustainable cattle fever tick eradication in USA is required to mitigate the impact of global change. Frontiers in Physiology, June, Vol. 3, Article 9, pg. 1- 17, doi:10.3389/fphus.2012.00195.
Schuster, Greta, Lukefahr, Steven, Kim McCusition, and Roger Hanagriff. 2012. Measuring the Economic Potential of Utilizing Sweet Potato Production in Small Animal Forage and Crop Production System: A Systems Approach. The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, Vol. 17, No. 2, pg 58-63.
Rhoades, M.B., D.B. Parker, N.A. Cole, R.W. Todd, B.W. Auvermann, E.A. Caraway, D. Topliff, G. L. Schuster. 2010. Continuous ammonia emission measurements from a commercial beef feedyard in Texas. Transactions of the ASABE 53(6):1823-1831.
French-Monar , R. R. D., A. F. Patton III, and J. M. Douglas, J. A. Abad, G. Schuster, R. W. Wallace, and T. A. Wheeler. 2010. First Report of “Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum” on Field Tomatoes in the United States. Plant Disease, April, Vol. 94, Number 4.
Choppakatla,V., T.A. Wheeler, G.L. Schuster, C. Robinson, and D.O. Porter. 2008. Relationship of Soil Moisture with the Incidence of Pod Rot in Peanut in West Texas Peanut Science (2008) 35:116–122.
Wheeler, T. A., U.S. Sagaram, G.L. Schuster, and J.R. Gannaway. 2007. Identification of factors that influence screening for bacterial blight resistance. Journal of Cotton Science 11:91-97.
Ochoa, A., G. Schuster, B. Bextine, S. Nelson, J. Munyaneza. 2011. Using Biotyping to Establish Temporal and Spatial Relationship between Potato Psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli, Populations Colonizing Potatoes in Texas. Proceedings of the 11th Annual 2010 Zebra Chip Reporting Session, November. In Press
Trevino, J., G. Schuster B. Bextine, S. Nelson, A. Ochoa, and J. Munyaneza. 2011. Effects of Potato Planting Timing in Texas on Zebra Chip Incidence and Liberbacter Infection Rate in Potato Psyllids. Proceedings of the 11th Annual 2010 Zebra Chip Reporting Session, November. In Press
Cord, Erin E., A. R. Litt, T. E. Fulbright, and G. L. Schuster 2011. Changes in abundance and diversity in an arthropod community with invasive grasses. 96th ESA Annual Meeting, August 7-12, Austin, TX.
Munyaneza, J. E.. J. L. Buchman, J. A. Goolsby, A. P. Ochoa, and G. Schuster. 2010. Impact of Potato Planting Timing on Zebra Chip Incidence in Texas. Proceedings of the 10th Annual 2010 Zebra Chip Reporting Session, November 7-10, Pg. 1106-109.
Ochoa, A. P., J. Richmond- Trevino, J. Lozano, and G. Schuster 2010. Assessment of Active Psyllid Populations in Correlation with Zebra Chip Severity and Incidence. Proceedings of the 10th Annual 2010 Zebra Chip Reporting Session, November 7-10, Pg. 196-199.