Taylor & Francis Group - Publication Department of Natural Resources Development and Outdoor EducationDepartment of Natural Resources, Home. Français. Forest Management BranchForest pest management Section. Forest pest management Section Background http://taylorandfrancis.metapress.com/openurl.asp?genre=journal&issn=0967-0874
Extractions: This is your link to pest management information available from the Pest Management Office of Rutgers Cooperative Extension at Rutgers University. The goal of this site is to provide easy access to information of interest to agricultural producers, commercial pesticide applicators, and the general public. The three major groupings of site information are: Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and County Boards of Chosen Freeholders. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Rutgers Cooperative Extension is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pest Management In New York State Hospitals pest management in New York State Hospitals The Attorney General s Office stronglyrecommends that hospitals adopt integrated pest management (IPM) programs. http://www.oag.state.ny.us/environment/hospital95.html
Extractions: December 1995 Chemical pesticides have been used in the United States since the 1950's. When effectively applied, pesticides can kill and control pests including insects, fungi, bacteria and rodents. In hospitals, chemical pest control has helped to contain the spread of infection and has reduced infestations with vermin. On the negative side, pesticides have harmful side effects. Many pesticides are known or suspected to be toxic to humans. They can cause neurologic damage, delayed development, cancer, reproductive dysfunction, and possibly impairment of the immune and endocrine systems. Concern about these effects was first expressed in the early 1960's and now has become widespread as knowledge has grown of the toxicity of pesticides. This balanced report from the Office of the Attorney General examines patterns of pesticide use in hospitals across the State of New York. The report recognizes the benefits that pesticides have brought to hospitals, but also it understands their potential for harm. The major finding is that pesticides are used widely in New York's hospitals. More than 30 different pesticide preparations are currently applied in hospitals across the state. They are used as fogs, sprays and powders. They are applied in virtually all areas of hospitals, including areas that contain patients. Very interestingly, the report finds that several hospitals in New York use only the least toxic pesticides. And three hospitals use no pesticides at all.
Integrated Pest Management Integrated pest management An Introduction. New York State Departmentof Law. What is Integrated pest management? Integrated http://www.oag.state.ny.us/environment/ipm3fold.html
Extractions: Department of Law What is Integrated Pest Management? Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a holistic approach to pest control, not an alternative pest control method. It employs a variety of methods, and minimizes the potential for adverse effects on health and the environment. IPM is based upon regular inspections, accurate identification of pests and of the specific area actually infested. IPM prevents pest problems by eliminating pest habitat, and access to food, water and other essential needs. IPM requires that you decide when the pest has become intolerable; zero tolerance may not be necessary for every pest. IPM responds to pest problems with mechanical, physical and biological controls, and resorts to chemical controls last. IPM requires an evaluation of the toxicity and exposure potential associated with any pesticide to assure that the alternative used has the lowest toxicity and lowest risk for unwanted exposure.
Our Mandate | The Cabbage Root Maggot In Newfoundland And Labrador Information on the lifecycle of cabbage root fly from the Atlantic Cool Climate Crop Research Centre. Control measures that feature Integrated pest management techniques are highlighted as well as chemical controls. http://res2.agr.ca/stjohns/mandate/cabbagemaggot-moucheduchou_e.htm
Extractions: Pupae: The mature maggot becomes a pupa in the soil. This is a resting stage during which the maggot changes to an adult. Pupae are brown, hard, oval shaped and cannot move; they are usually located in the soil close to the roots or occasionally inside the vegetable. CRM overwinter in this stage and emerge in the spring to begin the cycle again.
Pest Management pest management Program. This page has been moved. You are being redirected tothe new page. Don t forget to change any bookmarks you have to the new page. http://www.afcesa.af.mil/Directorate/CES/Mechanical/Pest/Pest.htm
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Integrated Pest Management In El Paso County Offers information to agricultural producers, agribusiness, consumers and citizens in the areas of integrated pest management, enhances communities and the environment, part of Texas Cooperative Extension. http://el-paso-tx.tamu.edu/ipm/index.html
Insect Investigations LTD Information on product testing and development for the pest management industry. http://www.insect-investigations.com
Chapter 11 Organic Production This is part of Cornell's 'Integrated Crop pest management Guidelines for Commercial Vegetable Production'. Limited amount of information but contains useful links and references. http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/recommends/11frameset.html
System Notice Information for gardeners including pest management, vegetable growing, a newsleter, and calendar of events. URL http//extension.caes.uga.edu/ http://www.ces.uga.edu/
Entomology - Foliage Plants Contain information about common insects and mites attacking ornamental plants. Includes photos. By the University of Florida. http://WWW.MREC.IFAS.UFL.EDU/lso/
Agrichemical And Environmental News A monthly newsletter of pest management, and environmental issues from Washington State University. Includes IPM, biocontrol, organic, and chemical management of weeds, diseases, insects, and other crop pests. http://aenews.wsu.edu
Extractions: Click here for notification of new AENews issues or to unsubscribe from mailing list Information from this site may be used and distributed as you wish, but do not sell this information without written permission from Washington State University. Permission may be obtained by contacting Catherine Daniels, email@example.com EDITORIAL POLICY, GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION. Search Agrichemical and Environmental News November 2003 Issue # 211 October 2003 Issue # 210 FEQL Reviews a Decade of Service Tiny Shrimp Present Jumbo Problem: Soft Market and Loss of Carbaryl Threaten to Swamp Oyster Growers Searching for Alternatives to Plastic Mulch Scout Now to Avoid Spruce Aphid Issues Next Summer ...and
UC Vegetable Research & Information Center This page gives a list of links to PDF documents on organic growing. Topics include organic certification, soil management, weed management, pest management, insect management and postharvest handling. http://vric.ucdavis.edu/selectnewtopic.organic.htm
Dow AgroSciences Canada Providing crop protection and plant genetic technology for agriculture, as well as products in forestry and urban pest management. http://www.dowagro.ca
NPARL: Northern PlainFacts Newsletter A bimonthly fact sheet on biological weed and pest control, and soil and water management research programs, at the USDAARS Northern Plains Agricultural Research Laboratory in Sidney, MT. http://listserver.sidney.ars.usda.gov/
Extractions: Sunday June 06, 2004 SCIENCE ASRU Cropping Systems Soil Management PMRU ... Insect Management INFORMATION TEAM Leafy Spurge Grasshopper Handbook Hoary Cress ... Conference Archives OUTREACH PlainFacts Newsletter Photo Gallery Movie Gallery ... HELP The Northern PlainFacts, an electronic fact sheet from the USDA-ARS Northern Plains Agricultural Research Laboratory (NPARL) in Sidney, Montana, is delivered via e-mail or fax and can be viewed here on the Internet. Each issue features brief items on research, personnel and upcoming events at the lab, ending with a contact name and e-mail address for those interested in further details. (To subscribe to the e-mail version simply click here or above on the word Subscribe Scientist to search for plant pathogens in Hungary Scientists to participate in national microbiology/mentoring meeting ... ARS TEAM Leafy Spurge wins FLC Honorable Mention Scientists to participate in regional weed biological control meeting NPARL representatives will be participating in a regional Interagency Biological Weed Control Meeting hosted by the Montana State Office of the Bureau of Land Management on May 6th in Billings, MT. Attending from the USDA-ARS Northern Plains Agricultural Research Laboratory in Sidney, MT are Drs. Tom Shanower and John Gaskin. Dr. Shanower, an entomologist, heads up the Sidney labs Pest Management Research Unit, and Dr. Gaskin, a botanist, is investigating the systematics and biological control of noxious weeds. The BLM meeting pulls together federal, state and university representatives to review weed biological control work in the state and to examine possibilities for cooperative efforts. In addition to ARS and BLM, other federal agencies participating include the Bureau of Reclamation, the Fish and Wildlife Service, the Forest Service and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Home :: ServiceMaster Services include home cleaning and maintenance, pest control and lawn fertilization. Provides home management tips, and service locator for the USA. http://www.servicemaster.com/
Extractions: October 2003 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 soils will quickly cause stunting, yellowing, and death of plants. Table of Contents: Licensing Information General Information on Crop Production and Soil Quality in Manitoba Licenses are issued for one calendar year for: cultivating, importing, exporting, processing, distributing, possessing, plant breeding, analyzing, and sampling hemp. License applications, guides and further details are available from the OCS ( http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hecs-sesc/ocs/hemp/licensing_process.htm For example, producers applying for a license to cultivate hemp require the following: Note: Cultivation of hemp is not allowed within one km of a place frequented by people under 18 years of age (example: school). All seeding and harvesting equipment must be thoroughly cleaned before leaving the licensed hemp field. Records must be kept for a minimum of 2 years. This information is provided as a guideline only. Contact Health Canada for detailed licensing requirements (