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         Pest Management Crops:     more books (100)
  1. Advisory Work in Crop Pest and Disease Management (Crop Protection Monographs)
  2. Biopesticides and Bioagents in Integrated Pest Management of Agricultural Crops
  3. Pest Management: A Directory of Information Sources Volume 1: Crop Protection (Pest Management - A Directory of Information Sources Vol. 1) by C. J. Hamilton, 1991-01-02
  4. Chemicals for Crop Improvement and Pest Management by Maurice B. Green, 1987-11
  5. Soil nutrients and pest management: Use of agro-ecological factors in crop pest management by Dr. Oscar Magenya, Prof. Jones Mueke, 2010-10-25
  6. Integrated pest management for greenhouse crops (Pest management systems guide) by Lane Greer, 1999
  7. Integrated Pest Management for Crops and Pastures (Landlinks Press) by Paul A. Horne, Jessica Page, 2008-04
  9. Michigan Field Crop Pest Ecology and Management (Bulletin E2704) by Michigan state university extension, 2000
  10. An innovative approach to graduate education in systems of pest management and crop protection by Richard C Wilkerson, 1981
  11. Integrated pest management of crop borers for resource-poor farmers in Africa: Contribution of plant resistance to insect pests : achievement and highlights, 1980-1990
  12. Methods for assessing integrated pest management crop production practices by John C Vickery, 1997
  13. Integrated crop and pest management: 1985-86 field summary (Bulletin / Montana State University) by Cyndi Lindh, 1987
  14. Crop pest management by M. L Guthrie, 1980

1. Pest Management & Identification - UC Pest Management Guidelines
Guidelines and information on pest and disease control and management, organised by crop plant. From Category Science Agriculture pests and Diseases......
Pest Management and Identification
Pests of Agricultural Crops, Floriculture and Ornamental Nurseries,
and Commercial Turfgrass UC Pest Management Guidelines
The UC Pest Management Guidelines database supplies the University of California's official guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticides, and nonpesticide alternatives for managing insect, mite, nematode, weed, and disease pests in agricultural crops, floriculture and ornamental nurseries, commercial turf, and in homes and landscapes. The guidelines are written by researchers, specialists, and farm advisors, and are updated regularly as pesticide registrations change and new methods become available. The PDF version of the guidelines for each crop is suitable for printing. On this page: Related information:
  • Commercial turfgrass
    Floriculture and

    ornamental nurseries

    Agricultural crops
    Pest Notes Weed photo gallery Glossary Precautions List of recent changes ...

    (See Small Grains)
    Beans (See Dry Bean)
    Bermudagrass Seed Production
    Broccoli (See Cole Crops) Brussels Sprouts (See Cole Crops) Cabbage (See Cole Crops) Caneberries Carrot Cauliflower (See Cole Crops) Celery Cherry Citrus Cole Crops ... Cotton Cucumber (See Cucurbits) Cucurbits Dry Beans Fig Floriculture and ... Garlic (and Onion) Grapefruit (See Citrus) Grape Kiwifruit Lemon (See Citrus)
  • 2. UC Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
    Develops and promotes the use of integrated, ecologically sound pest management programs in California.Category Science Agriculture Integrated pest management...... pests of agricultural crops, floriculture and ornamental nurseries,and commercial turfgrass pest management Guidelines. pests
    Cotton-Planting Forecast Updated Daily Through May 1 ABOUT UC IPM 2002 report Site Index Search HOW TO MANAGE PESTS Manage and identify plant diseases, insects, mites, nematodes, weeds Pests of agricultural crops, floriculture and ornamental nurseries, and commercial turfgrass Pest Management Guidelines Pests of home and landscape Pest Notes Identification helpers weed photo gallery ant ID turfgrass ID aphids ID: (cotton/alfalfa small grains/corn Weather data and products Interactive Tools, Models, and Degree Days Degree-days - run models and calculate degree-days Interactive tools and models UC Guide to Healthy Lawns PESTICIDES: EDUCATION and DATABASES Pesticide Safety Education Program - workshop schedules and newsletters Pesticides and water quality Pesticide databases California pesticide use summaries PesticideWise - pesticide properties Pesticide registrations - from Cal/EPA's Department of Pesticide Regulation Pesticide labels - from U.S. EPA

    3. 2003 Pest Management Guide
    2003 pest management Guides. Virginia Cooperative Extension pest management Guides are available Low management crops and Areas. (Sections include Forest Diseases, Forest Insects,
    2003 Pest Management Guides
    Virginia Cooperative Extension Pest Management Guides are available in two formats:
    • Hard Copy (3 volumes). (Available January 2003) To obtain a hard copy of one or all of the Guides, print the PMG Order Form and follow the instructions on the form. Cost is $20.00 each or $55.00 for the 3-volume set.
    • On-line as PDF files*. Files available are divided into three volumes Field Crops Home Grounds and Animals , and Horticultural and Forest Crops . Each of the volumes is further divided into chapters and/or sections. Please note: Accessing PDF files requires that you have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. You can obtain a free copy of the Reader from the Adobe website
    Keys to Proper Use of Pesticides
    1. Read the label on each pesticide container before each use. Follow the printed instructions to the letter, heed all cautions and warnings; note precautions about residues.
    2. Store pesticides in the containers in which you bought them. Put them where children and animals cannot get to themperferably locked-up and away from food, feed, seed, and other materials that may become harmful if contaminated.
    3. Dispose of empty pesticide containers in the manner specified on their labels.

    4. Publications
    plant diseases, nematodes, and vertebrates) and their impact on field crops throughout the state. progress of the Illinois/Indiana Areawide pest management Program for Corn Rootworms.

    5. Internet Resources On Integrated Pest Management Of Cereal Crops
    Links to IPM Resources from all over the world
    Database of IPM Resources (DIR)
    Integrated Pest Management of Cereal Crops General Information0 Index- Cereal Crops General Information
  • Diseases Insect Pests Mite Pests Nematodes Weeds
  • Index- DIR (Database of IPM Resources)
  • Home Page Main Index Gateway Search Engine ...
  • Agriculture in Alberta - Cereal Production:
    A brief introduction on cereal diseases and insect pests. Winter triticale site from the:
  • University of Saskatchewan (Canada) Food and Rural Development Home Page (Alberta Agriculture, Canada)
  • Guide to Wheat Diseases and Pests: A quick guide for identifying wheat and triticale pests in the field. Topics include: Fungal Diseases Bacterial Diseases Viral Diseases, Nematodes ... Mineral and Environmental Stresses, and Glossary
    International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT). Lisboa 27, Apdo. Postal 6-641, 06600 Mexico, D.F., Mexico Guidelines: Pests of Small Grains: Authored by University of California faculty, specialists, and farm advisors, produced and edited by IPM Educations and Publications, University of California Statewide IPM Project. This site covers biology/life cycle, description and management of diseases, insect and mite pests, nematodes and weeds of small grains. Oregon State University, Department of Crop and Soil Science

    A wide range of articles covering pests, diseases and weeds in vegetable crops.
    Northeast Pepper IPM Manual
    This site provides information for growers. Pest identification information may benefit the homeowner, but control methods will apply to the commercial scale grower. Look for the most recently posted articles marked
  • Perimeter Trap Cropping Works!
  • Constructing a Deer Fence at the Cecarelli Farm
  • Pest Management for Vegetable Bedding Plants
  • Contribution of Cover Crop Mulches to Weed Management ...
  • Vegetable Pest Message- Galinsoga PEPPERS:
  • Perimeter Trap Crop Recommendations for Pepper Maggots
  • Summary: Pepper Integrated Pest Management Options
  • Action Thresholds for Weeds in Peppers
  • Minor Diseases of Pepper ...
  • Resistant/Tolerant Vegetable Varieties Are Worth A Try TOMATOES:
  • Powdery Mildew: A New Disease of Tomato
  • Bacterial Disease of Tomato
  • Early Blight Management in Fresh Market Tomatoes
  • Managing Bacterial Canker in Tomato: Key Strategies ...
  • Vascular Wilts of Tomato BEANS:
  • Anthracnose of Bean
  • Molds and Mildews of Beans in Connecticut
  • Bean Viruses
  • Bean Rust ...
  • Bacterial Bean Blights COLE CROPS:
  • Perimeter Trap Cropping for Cole Crops
  • Cole Crop "Worms"
  • 7. Redirector
    Provides information on the production of tropical crops in Hawaii, including fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals. Topics include cultivars, cultural practices and pest management.
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    8. UC Pest Management Guidelines - Cole Crops
    UC IPM pest management Guidelines Cole crops. UC ANR Publication 3442 PDF to Print
    UC Pest Management Guidelines
    Pests of Cole Crops CONTENTS
    by S. T. Koike
    Insects and Other Invertebrates
    by W. E. Chaney, N. C. Toscano, E. T. Natwick, W. J. Bentley
    by B. B. Westerdahl, U. C. Kodira
    by W. T. Lanini, C. E. Bell, R. F. Smith, M. LeStrange, D. W. Cudney
    About the Cole Crops Guidelines
    Supplement the information you find here with this UC IPM publication. Diseases Insects and Other Invertebrates Nematodes Weeds About the Cole Crops Guidelines UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Cole Crops
    UC ANR Publication 3442 PDF to Print To be used with UC ANR Publication 3307, Integrated Pest Management for Cole Crops and Lettuce Authored by University of California faculty, specialists, and farm advisors, produced and edited by IPM Education and Publications, University of California Statewide IPM Program. Guidelines Coordinator: Barbara Ohlendorf; Technical Editor: Mary Louise Flint.

    9. Integrated Pest Management : Agriculture
    Field crops. 2000 Agronomy Handbook (PDF File*); Illinois Agricultural pest ManagmentHandbook Insect management Insecticide Evaluations, Illinois 1996*; Insect

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    Field Crops
    Soybeans Corn Wheat Sorghum ... 1999-2000 Agronomy Handbook (PDF File Illinois Agricultural Pest Managment Handbook (IAPMH) University of Illinois IPM Annual Report (1999)
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    10. Database Of IPM Resources (DIR)
    Search engine covering a wide array of crops, pests, control tactics, regions, organizations, and related topics.
    Welcome to the
    - The Database of IPM Resources
    Database of IPM Resources (DIR)
    is an information retrieval and referral system and a compendium of customized directories of worldwide IPM information resources accessible through the Internet. With DIR, one can quickly find the way to thousands of IPM information sites. The DIR presents these web resources in a logical, structured, and searchable way that greatly reduces the frustration and disappointment often encountered when using general search engines on the web. The DIR covers a wide array of crops, pests, control tactics, regions, organizations, and related topics in a user-friendly format. DIR's contents span most of the disciplines involved in IPM. DIR Search Engine - Enter a word or phrase
    DIR is a collaborative effort of Consortium for International Crop Protection ( CICP
    University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, USA Integrated Plant Protection Center ( IPPC
    Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA National IPM Network ( NIPMN
    North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

    11. Insect Pest Management For Small Grains
    Information on techniques that can help growers prevent and detect some potentially serious insect problems before significant loss occurs.
    Table of Contents Insect Pest Management for Small Grains By John W. Van Duyn, D. Ames Herbert, Steve Bambara, and Randy Weisz Some original text co-authored by Rick Brandenburg. Insect management may be critical to the economic success of a small grains enterprise, and growers should be aware of the various insects and management techniques. These techniques can help a grower prevent and detect some potentially serious insect problems before significant loss occurs. Aphids Aphids are small sucking insects that colonize small grains early in the season and may build up in the spring or fall (Figure 1, below). They damage the plants by sucking sap or by transmitting the barley yellow dwarf virus. Early in the fall, low aphid populations can successfully transmit a serious barley yellow dwarf virus infection to the crop. A large number of aphids must be present before damage from sap-removal occurs. Figure 1. English Grain Aphid Life Cycle Two species of aphids are predominant in small grains: the English grain aphid and the oat-bird cherry aphid. However, several others, such as the greenbug and corn leaf aphid, may be found occasionally. These aphids are described in Insect and Related Pests of Field Crops , AG-271. Aphids' high reproductive rate enables their populations to quickly build up to levels that can cause an economic loss. However, aphids are usually kept in check by weather conditions and biological control agents, such as lady beetles, parasitic wasps, and syrphid fly maggots, which are often abundant in small grains.

    12. Industrial Hemp - Production And Management - Manitoba Agriculture And Food
    Covers varieties; seeding; fertility; pest control; harvest, storage, grading, and yield; as well as general information on crop production and soil quality in Manitoba. By Manitoba Agriculture and Food.
    February, 2001
    Industrial Hemp - Production and Management
    Hemp is tolerant of light spring frosts, and hard fall frosts will assist maturity by killing green leaf tissue remaining as the seeds mature. Hemp performs well on a range of soil types, but is intolerant of poor drainage conditions - saturated soil will quickly cause stunting, yellowing, and death of plants. Table of Contents: Maturity
    Hemp varieties are available which mature to seed in 120 - 150 days. Later maturing cultivars are suitable for high yield fibre production. Consideration of maturity is somewhat complicated by the fact that hemp varieties are photoperiod sensitive - no matter when the crop is sown, it will tend to flower at about the same calendar date. Hence earlier sowing should result in a larger plant with higher yield potential, but may have only a minor effect on when the crop matures.
    Variety Information
    The following varieties have been grown in Manitoba trials in 1995,1996 and 1997 (note that the descriptions are based on very limited experience and data in Manitoba and are to be used as a general guide only):

    13. ERS Publications -
    Genetically Engineered crops for pest management in US Agriculture Keywords biotechnology,genetic engineering, pest management, field crops, input traits.
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    publications Genetically Engineered Crops for Pest Management in U.S. Agriculture By Jorge Fernandez-Cornejo and William McBride, with contributions from Cassandra Klotz-Ingram, Sharon Jans, and Nora Brooks
    Agricultural Economics Report No. 786. 28 pp, May 2000 Adoption of genetically engineered crops with traits for pest management has risen dramatically since their commercial introduction in the mid-1990's. The farm-level impacts of such crops on pesticide use, yields, and net returns vary with the crop and technology examined. Adoption of herbicide-tolerant cotton led to significant increases in yields and net returns, but was not associated with significant changes in herbicide use. On the other hand, increases in adoption of herbicide-tolerant soybeans led to small but significant increases in yields, no changes in net returns, and significant decreases in herbicide use. Adoption of Bt cotton in the Southeast significantly increased yields and net returns and significantly reduced insecticide use. Keywords: biotechnology, genetic engineering, pest management, field crops, input traits

    14. UCONN IPM
    Promotes the use of a variety of pest control methods designed to protect public health and the environment, and to produce quality crops and other commodities with the most judicious use of pesticides.
    University of Connecticut IPM To users of browsers not capable of frames: Our new Home Page is designed specifically to work with browsers with frame capabilities. Since you are reading this message, you are using a browser that cannot display frames. You can go directly to our no-frames pages. To do so, click here. Enjoy your visit, whether you view it with frames or without!.

    15. Integrated Pest Management For Greenhouse Crops
    Integrated pest management for Greenhouse crops pest management SystemsGuide. Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA
      Integrated Pest Management for Greenhouse Crops
      Pest Management Systems Guide
      Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA)
      PO Box 3657
      Fayetteville, AR 72702
      Phone: 1-800-346-9140 - FAX: (479) 442-9842 By Lane Greer and Steve Diver
      NCAT Agriculture Specialists
      March 1999
      The PDF version of this document is available at

      kb Index Abstract
      General Greenhouse IPM
      Greenhouse Insect and Mite Control Crop Scouting and Trapping ... Appendix III: Biorational Pesticides
      This publication covers IPM for greenhouse crops, both vegetable and ornamental. Monitoring, sanitation, biological controls, biorational pesticides, insect growth regulators, and disease control methods are discussed. Tables include information on the newest biorational pesticides and biological control organisms. Go To Top
      General Greenhouse IPM
      Insects and diseases are a major challenge to greenhouse production. IPM is an important tool in the management of these pests. The primary goal of IPM is to optimize pest control in an economically and ecologically sound way. IPM involves the integration of cultural, physical, biological, and chemical practices to grow crops with minimal use of pesticides. Monitoring, sampling, and record keeping are used to determine when control options are needed to keep pests below an economically damaging threshold. Pest management, not eradication, is the goal of IPM.

    16. Dow AgroSciences Canada
    Crop protection company with diverse interests, including weed, insect and disease management for agricultural crops, forestry and urban pest management.
    Only when our customers succeed, do we succeed. To this end, we are driven by our passion to help producers and the value chain succeed with individual solutions, novel technologies and the promotion of sustainable agriculture.
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    17. Pest Management - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
    Integrated pest management for Greenhouse crops,
    March 26, 2003

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    Pest management is a challenge to all farmers, but especially to those dedicated to sustaianable, low-input practices. This series of publications surveys a wide array of techniques and control agents that can effectively reduce or eliminate pest damage without sacrificing the good of the soil, water, or beneficial organisms.
    ATTRA Publications Biointensive Integrated Pest Management Summary HTML PDF Farmscaping to Enhance Biological Control Summary HTML PDF Organic Control of White Mold on Soybeans Summary HTML PDF Stored Grain Pest Management Summary HTML PDF Organic Alternatives for Late Blight Control in Potatoes Summary HTML PDF Colorado Potato Beetle: Organic Control Option Summary HTML PDF Powdery Mildew Control in Cucurbits Summary HTML PDF Downy Mildew Control in Cucurbits Summary HTML PDF Flea Beetle: Organic Control Options Summary HTML PDF Cucumber Beetles: Organic and Biorational IPM Summary HTML PDF Summary ... PDF Organic Control of Squash Bug Summary HTML PDF Organic Control of Squash Vine Borer Summary HTML PDF Grasshopper Management Summary HTML PDF Sustainable Fire Ant Management Summary HTML PDF Kaolin Clay for Management of Glassy-winged Sharpshooter in Grapes Summary HTML PDF Insect IPM in Apples: Kaolin Clay

    18. Information Access Center (IAC)
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    19. New York State Integrated Pest Management Resources For Livestock & Field Crops
    Request for Proposals for the 2002 New York State Integrated pest management FundedProjects Program Livestock and Field crops IPM Priorities for Funding;
    Home > Resources for Livestock and Field Crops This page provides information on Dairy, Poultry, and Field Crops Topics. Livestock and Field Crops IPM Working Group Penn State/Cornell Cooperative Extension Pest Management Recommendations

    20. Lubbock Agriculture Research And Extension Homepage
    Provides research and information about crops and soils, pest management, water resources, agricultural economics, and a wide variety of family and consumer skills to the South Plains.
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