Agricultural Pest Control, Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Organic Pest Control

Application of Pesticide in Pest Management: The Case of Lowland Vegetable Growers

  This study investigates pest management practices among lowland farmers on growing leafy and fruit vegetables, particularly focusing on the pesticide usage in controlling pest. In Malaysia, vegetable productions in lowland areas are to some extent really important as in the highland areas...
A. B. Halimatunsadiah
M. Norida
D. Omar
N. H. Kamarulzaman
International Food Research Journal

Insect and Disease Control of Fruits

  Contents:  Apple Spray Program Blueberry Management Program  Caneberry Management Program Bunch Grape Management Program Muscadine Grape Management Program Peach and Nectarine Spray Guide Nematode Control on Peaches Strawberry Disease Control Strawberry Insect Management
J. F. Walgenbach
K. S. Yoder
H. J. Burrack
W. O. Cline
M. Nita
D. F. Ritchie
F. J. Louws
NC Cooperative Extension Service

2016 Southeast Regional Strawberry Integrated Pest Management Guide

  Contents: App and Online Tools General Pesticide Information Seasonal “At-a-Glance” Arthropod Guide Pre-planting: Disease and Weed Management Pre-plant dips Fumigants Fungicide Resistance Management Recommendations Planting and Early Post-planting: Disease Management Post-...
Frank J. Louws
Carol Hicks
Charles Johnson
Guido Schnabel
Kathryn Fontenot
Hannah J. Burrack
Katie Jennings
Wayne Mitchem
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

Improvements in Pesticide Application in Greenhouses

  The spray distribution originated by a hydraulic spray-gun, a technique usually used in greenhouse crops, has been compared with a vertical boom sprayer installed in test equipment designed by the University of Almeria, so that it is possible to control and to register the value of the...
J. Sánchez-Hermosilla
R. Medina
J.C. Gázquez
Cajamar Caja Rural

2016 Peanut Information

  Contents:            Extension Personnel Working with Peanuts Situation and Outlook Peanut Seed Peanut Production Practices Peanut Weed Management Peanut Insect and Mite Management  Peanut Disease Managemetn Planting, Harvesting, and Curing...
David L. Jordan
Rick L. Brandenburg
A. Blake Brown
S. Gary Bullen
Gary T. Roberson
Barbara Shew
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

Control del Trips en Pimiento Nemátodos Entomopatógenos Frente al Control Químico

  Uno de los principales problemas a los que se enfrenta la agricultura almeriense debido a su gran intensificación es la aparición de resistencias a los plaguicidas utilizados para el control de la mosca blanca y el trips. Por ello el empleo de enemigos naturales y/o la aplicaci...
J.C. Gázquez
J.A. Sánchez
D. Meca
F. J. Fernández
C. López
J. Hernández
Cajamar Caja Rural

Pesticide Use and Safety Information

  Contents:  1. Restricted Use Pesticides 2. Special Local Need - Active 24 (c) Registrations in North Carolina 3. The Safe Use of Pesticides 4. General Safety Instructions 5. Hazard and Toxicity of Pesticides 6. Pesticide Toxicity to People . 7. Pesticide Hazards to the Environment 8....
Wayne Buhler
NC Cooperative Extension Service

Using Plastic Mulches and Drip Irrigation for Vegetables

  Muskmelons, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, watermelons, and okra are vegetable crops that have shown significant increases in earliness, yield, and fruit quality when grown on plastic mulch. Some less valuable crops such as sweet corn, snap beans, southern peas, and pumpkins...
Douglas Sanders
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

A Guide to Intensive Vegetable Systems

  “Intensive Vegetable Production” refers to a system of marketing and producing vegetable crops in which great attention is placed on detail and optimization of resources such as land, capital, labor, equipment, transportation to market, and management time. The ojective of...
D. C. Sanders
Ed Estes
K. B. Perry
David Monks
Kenneth Sorensen
Charles Averre
Michael Linker
Jonathan Schultheis
Mike Boyette
D. Eikhoff
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

Effect of Pesticide Residues (Sevin) on Carrot (Daucus carota L.) and Free Nitrogen Fixers (Azotobacter spp)

  Since the pesticides are considered as an essential component for crops production through controlling pests, they have shown a negative effect on crops and soil environment when used intensively. This experiment was conducted at Wadi Soba farm (Sharq Elneel) Khartoum, Sudan. It aimed to...
Mohammed M. A. Elbashier
Xiaohou Shao
Alnail Mohmmed
Albashir A. S. Ali
Bashir H. Osman
Scientific Research Publishing