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Integrated Pest Management

Which Socio-Economic Factors Matter in Farmer Group Participation? Evidence from Coffee Pest Management Learning Groups in Mt Elgon Region, Uganda

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Authors: 
Robert Ochago
Authors: 
Margaret M. Mangheni
Authors: 
Richard F. Miiro
Publisher: 
International Journal of Agriculture Extension
Year: 
2,017

2017 Spray Bulletin for Commercial Tree Fruit Growers

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 Contents:

  • Integrated pest management, degree days
  • Pesticide safety and application
  • Chemical control of diseases and insects
  • Chemical control of weeds
  • Growth regulators for fruit trees
  • Wildlife control programs
  • Orchard nutritional programs
  • Nematode programs
  • Preharvest and restricted entry intervals
  • Degee-day tables
  • Index
Authors: 
D. G. Pfeiffer
Authors: 
J. C. Bergh
Authors: 
J. M. Wilson
Authors: 
Sherif Sherif
Authors: 
K. S. Yoder
Authors: 
J. F. Derr
Authors: 
M. J. Weaver
Authors: 
J. Parkhurst
Authors: 
Daniel L. Frank
Authors: 
Mahfuz Rahman
Authors: 
J. B. Kotcon
Authors: 
R. S. Chandran
Authors: 
C. R. R. Hooks
Authors: 
C. S. Walsh
Authors: 
A. Brown
Publisher: 
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2,017

Socio-Economic Factors and Integrated Pest Management Utilisation Among Cocoa Farmers in Edo State

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Authors: 
E.O. Uwagboe
Authors: 
L.A. Akinbile
Authors: 
O.O. Oduwole
Publisher: 
American-Eurasian Journal of Agronomy
Year: 
2,012

Effectiveness of Integrated Pest Management Practices Utilized by Farmers in Osun State, Nigeria

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Authors: 
B.O. Adisa
Authors: 
O.T. Alao
Publisher: 
World Journal of Agricultural Sciences
Year: 
2,016

Organic Vegetable IPM Guide

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Interest in nonchemical pest control has increased over the past several years. To some people, this means the same as “organic farming,” which implies nature’s way. But in this publication, we talk about controlling pests without chemicals, or at least fewer chemicals. This approach does have some limitations.

Here are some of them:

1. The problem area needs more personal attention.

2. Nonchemical control is hard work, so it may be better for small areas. This depends on the available labor supply.

Authors: 
Mississippi State University Extension
Publisher: 
Mississippi State University Extension
Year: 
2,016

2017 Southeast Regional Strawberry Integrated Pest Management Guide

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Authors: 
Frank J. Louws
Authors: 
Charles Johnson
Authors: 
Guido Schnabel
Authors: 
Rebecca A. Melanson
Authors: 
Kathryn Fontenot
Authors: 
Hannah J. Burrack
Authors: 
Doug Pfeiffer
Authors: 
Ash Sial
Authors: 
Katie Jennings
Authors: 
Phil Brannen
Authors: 
Powell Smith
Publisher: 
The Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium
Year: 
2,017

Diseases and Disorders

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Authors: 
Mike Munster
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,015

2016 Southeast Regional Muscadine Grape Integrated Management Guide

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Contents: 

  1. Pesticide Emergencies (contacts)
  2. Pesticide Liability and Stewardship
  3. Integrated Management Guide (Insect and Disease Control)
  4. Cultural Practices
  5. Fungicide Efficacy Chart
  6. Weed Management Guide
  7. Herbicide Resistance Management Information
  8. Suggested Herbicide Programs for Grape Vineyards
  9. Wildlife Damage and Prevention
Authors: 
Bill Cline
Authors: 
Frank Hale
Authors: 
Wayne Mitchem
Authors: 
Katie Jennings
Authors: 
David Lockwood
Authors: 
Ash Sial
Authors: 
Phil Brannen
Authors: 
Powell Smith
Publisher: 
The Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,016

2017 Southeast Regional Blueberry Integrated Management Guide

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Contents: 

  1. Pesticide Emergencies
  2. Pesticide Liability and Stewardship
  3. Resistance Management
  4. Pollinator Protection
  5. Integrated Management Guide (Insect and Disease Control)
  6. Fungicide Efficacy Comparison 
  7. Insecticide Efficacy Comparison
  8. Fungicide Resistance Management Information
  9. Fungicide “At a Glance” Spray Schedule Options
  10. Weed Management Guide
  11. Suggested Herbicide Program
  12. Herbicide Efficacy Comparison 
Authors: 
Hannah Burrack
Authors: 
Phil Brannen
Authors: 
Mark Czarnota
Authors: 
David Lockwood
Authors: 
Ash Sial
Authors: 
Powell Smith
Publisher: 
The Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,017

How to Control the Mango Fruit Fly

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This 8-page fold-out leaflet, practical for use in the field and easy to read, covers the subject of controlling the mango fruit fly. It gives some background to the subject, outlines processes and provides tips, tables and explanatory line drawings.

 

Authors: 
CTA
Publisher: 
CTA
Year: 
2,013
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