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  1. Handbook of Integrated Pest Management for Turf and Ornamentals by Anne R. Leslie, 1994-06-23
  2. Concepts in Integrated Pest Management by Robert F. Norris, Edward P. Caswell-Chen, et all 2002-07-18
  3. Pests of Landscape Trees and Shrubs: An Integrated Pest Management Guide (University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Pu) by Steve H. Dreistadt, 1994-08
  4. Pest Management in Cotton (Ellis Horwood series in agrochemical sciences) by M.B. Green, D.J.De B. Lyon, 1989-06-28
  5. Economic Thresholds for Integrated Pest Management (Our Sustainable Future)
  6. Rodent Pest Management by Ishwar Prakash, 1988-10-31
  7. Insects of Livestock and Agronomic Crops. 2d Ed (198P) (Practical Insect Pest Management, Vol 2) by Mark Curtis Wilson, 1980-08
  8. Food, Crop Pests, and the Environment: The Need and Potential for Biologically Intensive Integrated Pest Management
  9. Insect Pest Management (Cabi Publishing) by D. Dent, 2000-01-15
  10. Solving multidimensional bioeconomic problems with singular-perturbation reduction methods: Application to managing pest resistance to pesticidal crops ... of Environmental Economics and Management] by K.M. Grimsrud, R. Huffaker, 2006-05-01
  11. Introduction to Insect Pest Management, 3rd Edition
  12. Pest Management and Phytosanitary Trade Barriers (Cabi Publishing) by N Heather, G Hallman, 2008-03-15
  13. Environmental Attitudes of Integrated Pest Management Greenhouse Producers in Greece.: An article from: International Advances in Economic Research by Afroditi Papadaki-klavdianou, Evangelia Giasemi, et all 2000-05-01
  14. Integrated Pest Management: a national goal? The history of federal initiatives in IPM has been one of redefining the mission rather than accomplishing ... from: Issues in Science and Technology by Lester E. Ehler, 2005-09-22

81. Centre For Computer-based Learning In Land Use And Environmental Sciences
BEET uses sugar beet as a case study; most of the topics will be familiar to farmers of other crops. Beet is a pest management game, in which players manage a
Pest management simulation for a sugar beet crop.
This modules is now available. See ordering details
John Mumford,Imperial College at Silwood Park
Scott Miller, Centre for computer based learning in Land use and Environmental Sciences(CLUES), University of Aberdeen. BEET uses sugar beet as a case study; most of the topics will be familiar to farmers of other crops. Beet is a pest management game, in which players manage a farm of 120 Ha. The players only concern is managing a beet crop on 40 Ha; cereal crops are managed automatically. The simulation runs for 15 years. The players can be assessed by the degree of profit and their use of hazardous substances. The game is best played in a group with teams of students competing with each other. Evaluation has shown that the game is popular with students, and is a useful learning tool that can provide experience of management decisions. The robust simulation model has excellent text and graphic output. Beet features a context sensitive help system. In the help file, besides help on running the program, there is a wealth of information about the pests and pathogens, the history of sugar beet farming, and a management schedule. There is a comprehensive Lecturer's manual to accompany the program, which contains advice on how to use BEET in your courses. It documents the underlying model, and gives successful playing strategies.

82. Pest Management Information System
pest management Information System on important crops. Immediate objectives. To create a database on key pests of major crops and their management through IPM.
National Centre for Integrated Pest Management Home About us Research Databases ... Linkages Pest Management In formation System on important crops Objectives Achievements Research Team Objectives Immediate objectives
  • To create a database on key pests of major crops and their management through IPM. To develop a user-friendly software for identifying and managing pests of important crops using high quality photograph s.
Long term objectives
  • To make available the latest and correct pest management practices to the farmers
(Top) Achievements PMIS on cotton is ready, which gives information about cotton pest and their management and includes high resolution colour photographs of cotton insect pests, disease symptoms, weeds and nematodes. PMISGENERIC a user friendly software, gives all kinds of information such as agronomic practices, pest, nematode

83. Root Crops Pest Management
09 (Ottawa). Root crops pest management (CIBC) Phase I, Prev Project 20 of 367 Next. Andrew Ker Edited Abstract. Cassava and sweet
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Cassava and sweet potatoes, important food staples for many of the poorest countries in eastern and southern Africa, are severely affected by a number of pests. The Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control, together with the Africa-wide Biological Control Program of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), have successfully introduced a parasitic wasp which has reduced the damage caused by the cassava mealybug, the most destructive pest. This project seeks to continue the introduction and testing of this and other parasites and predators in areas affected by the mealybug and other pests, and to assist national research programs throughout the region to develop a capacity for integrated pest management research so that they can combat future pest outbreaks.
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Le manioc et la patate douce, qui sont d'importants aliments de base pour une grande partie de la population la plus pauvre d'Afrique orientale et australe, sont l'objet de graves attaques de la part d'un certain nombre de ravageurs. L'Institut du Commonwealth pour la lutte biologique, de concert avec le programme de lutte biologique mené dans l'ensemble de l'Afrique par l'Institut international d'agriculture tropicale (IITA), a fait adopter avec succès l'emploi d'une guêpe parasite qui a réduit les dégâts causés par la cochenille du manioc, le ravageur le plus destructeur. Ce projet vise à poursuivre l'essai et l'adoption de cette guêpe et d'autres parasites et prédateurs dans les zones où sévissent la cochenille et d'autres ravageurs, et à soutenir les programmes nationaux de recherche dans l'ensemble de la région pour élaborer une capacité de recherche en action phytosanitaire intégrée qui permette de lutter contre de futures invasions de ravageurs. Kenya ESARO/BRAFO Projet de recherche Andrew Ker Sub-Saharan Africa Kenya ESARO/BRAFO 24 mois 0 mois NON ESARO / BRAFO

85. Insect Pest Management In The Home Vegetable Garden
By rotating your vegetable crops each year, the General Recommendations for management of Soil pests in Many soil insect pest populations reach high numbers in

86. Genetically Engineered Crops For Pest Management In US Agriculture
Genetically Engineered crops for pest management in US Agriculture. Jorge FernandezCornejo, William McBride May 2000 US Department of Agriculture.

87. Pest Management Faculty List - The Department Of Entomology At The University Of
Research speciality is weed management in field crops, emphasizing soybean. He teaches AGRN 2013 Introduction to pest management, AGRN 2003 Introduction to
Faculty in the Pest Management Program
Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences-Weed Science
  • Jim Barrentine, Professor and Head -(Ph.D., Purdue University). Research speciality is Cotton Weed Control. Currently, he serves as Head of the Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Science. Nilda Burgos, Assistant Professor -Nilda Burgos (Ph.D, University of Arkansas). Research speciality is weed physiology. She teaches AGRN 4143: Principles of Weed Science. Dick Oliver, University Professor - Dick Oliver (Ph.D., Purdue University). Research speciality is weed management in field crops, emphasizing soybean. He teaches AGRN 2013: Introduction to Pest Management, AGRN 2003: Introduction to Weed Science, AGRN 4133: Weed Identification, Morphology and Ecology. Ron Talbert, University Professor

88. Integrated Pest Management I: Ecology, Crops, And Pests
Integrated pest management I Ecology, crops, and pests Student activity guide with 3 major activities looking at ecosystems, pest populations, and how pests
Integrated Pest Management I: Ecology, Crops, and Pests
Student activity guide with 3 major activities: looking at ecosystems, pest populations, and how pests integrate with one another. Contains puzzle, glossary, and forms for completing scientific method to integrated pest management. (1990) IL ITCS
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89. Fresh Market Growers Share Pest Management Strategies
Over half of the growers marketed their crops at farmers markets and roadside stands. pest management practices The participating growers listed their top
Research Brief Fresh market growers share pest management strategies
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) combines monitoring practices with cultural, physical, and biological control strategies to manage pests with a minimum of pesticides. With support from the Pesticide Use and Risk Reduction Project at CIAS, UW-Madison rural sociologist Pete Nowak and Extension IPM specialist Karen Delahaut surveyed Wisconsin fresh market vegetable and berry growers in 2001. They found that many fresh market vegetable and berry growers in Wisconsin use IPM practices. Who responded to the survey?
Half of the 131 growers responding to the survey owned farms of less than five acres
and had farmed for less than 10 years. One-third of the growers considered themselves organic, and their farms tended to be newer than the non-organic farms. As farm size increased, the number of organic operations decreased. Conventional farms outnumbered organic farms by five to one for operations greater than 20 acres in size. Fifty-seven percent of the growers generated under $15,000 of income from their farm. The most popular crops included squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers

90. Texas Pest Management Association
The concept of integrated pest management employs a combination of tools to combat insect pests. to preserve the economic viability of agricultural crops.
IPM Units Unit Newsletters Crop Report Foundation ... Contact Us HOT PICKS Ag Links Ag Mail List Ag Markets Media Center ... Weather IPM What is IPM? About TPMA About IPM Texas Fire Ant Program ... USDA IPM Centers IPM BULLETINS Texas IPM 1999-00 Texas IPM 2001-02 CROP PROFILES Alfalfa Beans (Green) Cabbage Cantaloupes ... Watermelons AG NEWS PCG Cotton News TCEX Crop Report AGENCIES US-EPA USDA USDA-FSA Texas Animal Health ... Texas Dept of Ag BW ERADICATION USDA-APHIS BWE NCC Eradication Info Tx BW Eradication CONSULTANTS NAICC TAAC TAMU ENTO TAMU Main Campus TAMU Lubbock/Focus SEARCH ENGINES Structural Pest Control Web Search News from Agriculture, Texas

91. Extension Integrated Pest Management (Field Crops) Groundwater Stewards
Index Extension Integrated pest management (Field crops) Groundwater Stewardship Agent, Position Vacancy AF0138 REVISED 7/01/97.
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92. GE Crops And Pest Management In The U.S.
GE crops and pest management In the US. To; Subject GE crops and pest management In the US; From Rick Roush ;
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93. 1998 Pest Management Research Report
crops; Potatoes; Cereal, Forage and Oilseed crops. pest management Methods (5 reports with
1998 Pest Management Research Report (PMRR)
Insect Pests and Plant Diseases 1998 Rapport de recherches sur la lutte dirigée
Insecte nuisibles and les maladies des plantes
Compiled for
The Expert Committee on Integrated Pest Management
Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre (SCPFRC),
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC),
London, Ontario, Canada N5V 4T3. February, 1999. (Published on diskette). Compilé par
le Comité d'experts sur la lutte intégrée,
Centre de recherches du Sud sur la phytoprotection et les aliments Agriculture et Agroalimentaire Canada, London (Ontario) Canada N5V 4T3. Février, 1999. 391p. Contact S.A. Hilton Download the 1998 PMRR report (998 KB pdf) This annual report is designed to encourage and facilitate the rapid dissemination of pest management research results, particularly of field trials, amongst researchers, the pest management industry, university and government agencies, and others concerned with the development, registration and use of effective pest management strategies. The use of alternative and integrated pest management products is seen by the ECIPM as an integral part in the formulation of sound pest management strategies. If in doubt about the registration status of a particular product, consult the Pest Management Regulatory Agency, Health Canada at 1-800-267-6315. La compilation du rapport annuel vise à faciliter la diffusion des résultats de la recherche dans le domaine de la lutte anti-parasitaire, en particulier, les études sur la terrain, parmi les chercheurs, l'industrie, les universités, les organismes gouvernementaux et tous ceux qui s'intéressent à la mise au point, à l'homologation et à l'emploi de stratégies antiparasitaires efficaces. L'utilisation de produits de lutte intégrée ou de solutions de rechange est perçue par Le Comité d'experts sur la lutte intégrée (CELI) comme faisant parti intégrante d'une stratégie judicieuse en lutte antiparasitaire. En cas de doute au sujet du statut d'enregistrement d'un produit donné, veuillez consulter Health Canada, Agence de Réglementation de la lutte anti-parasitaire à 1-800-267-6315.

94. Springer-Verlag - Agriculture
Advances in pest management of important crops such as cotton in developed and less developed countries - corn, oilseed rape and various vegetables are dealt,10735,5-10028-22-23861400-0,00
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95. Admin Catalog
that those herbicides now used in some crops. E. Jensen, Colorado Institute for Irrigation management, Fort Collins Energy In Food Processing and pest Control I

96. Integrated Pest Management For Cole Crops & Lettuce
Integrated pest management for Cole crops Lettuce Search for books at Integrated pest management for Cole crops Lettuce.

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97. PMRA | Publications (Described)
and uses through the URMULE program as well as minor crops and uses registered through registrant sponsored submissions. pest management Information Service.
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Adobe Acrobat PMRAPubs Mailing List Backgrounders - BGR Series Backgrounders provide analysis, insight or review of issues related to pesticide use or registration. Regulatory Directives - DIR Series This series provides specific instructions regarding application and submission procedures, data requirements, or presents new or updated guidelines. In these cases, a DIR document will be preceded by a Regulatory Proposal (PRO) . Regulatory Directives are also used to provide clarification and explanations of the Agency's interpretation of a guideline or legislation. This type of DIR would not be preceded by a PRO
The former Trade Memorandum series is now included in this category. Discussion Papers - DIS Series This series is used to consult a limited stakeholder group. This limited stakeholder group may include, but is not restricted to, PMAC, EMAC, Policy Council and FPT. This series may be a precursor to legislation, a Regulatory Proposal (PRO) or any other document series.

98. USDA Pest Management Centers
common theme in some of these grant programs is to find pest management alternatives for The Methyl Bromide Transitions Program (MBT), crops at Risk from FQPA
About PM Centers News/Alerts Crop Profiles/PMSP Research Data Sources Collaboration Public/Producers ... Home Benefits of Pest Management Strategic Plans and Crop Profiles Directors, Southern Region Pest Management Center, University of Florida Each year several million dollars are available in the form of competitive grants to support pest management research and extension programs. The Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for these grants have become more specific in recent years reflecting the desire of the funding agencies/organizations to address important near and mid-term pest management-related projects. Some common themes are often found in the RFPs. One is a request for a discussion on how the proposed project will meet stakeholder needs. Stakeholders traditionally include the clientele of a program or project, such as farmers or agribusiness, but can also include other persons interested in the outcome of the research or extension program. Some RFPs indicate preference will be given to proposals which address priorities established by stakeholders; consequently, proposal review panels look for evidence of stakeholder involvement. Another common theme in some of these grant programs is to find pest management alternatives for pesticides canceled or restricted as a result of federal legislation or regulation. The Methyl Bromide Transitions Program (MBT), Crops at Risk from FQPA Implementation (CAR), and FQPA Risk Avoidance and Mitigation for Major Food Crop Systems (RAMP) are examples. The USDA Regional Pest Management Centers established in 2000 in each USDA region are focal points for issues related to pest management and pesticide-related information.

99. Warwick HRI
the major means of moving pest management strategies away a sustainable means of managing pest populations with on perennial and ornamental crops, and includes

100. Integrated Pest Management For Smallholder Estate Crops Project -
of Project Implementation. Integrated pest management for Smallholder Estate crops Project. Country and Location. 12 provinces of
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The following provides prospective suppliers, contractors, consultants, and others with general information about the Project. Detailed information may be obtained from the Executing Agency indicated below. Particulars given with respect to "consultants" and "procurement" are based on present planning and may change in the course of Project Implementation.
Integrated Pest Management for Smallholder Estate Crops Project
Country and Location
12 provinces of Indonesia: North Sumatra, South Sumatra, Lampung, West Java, Central Java, East Java, Bali, West Nusa Tenggara, West Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, South Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi.
Republic of Indonesia
Date of Approval
26 September 1996
The Project will promote the adoption of cost-effective, environmentally-sound integrated pest management (IPM) practices by smallholder estate crop farmers by strengthening selected Government institutions and farmer groups. The objective will contribute toward the Projectþs goals to (i) enhance and protect the environment, and (ii) improve product quality and increase the productivity and farm income of smallholder farmers.
Total Cost
US$79.6 million equivalent comprising foreign exchange cost of US$32.9 million and local currency cost of US$46.7 million equivalent.

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