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File PDF document Mini-Poster of Monitoring Borers in NC Nurseries
Use this handout in the field to discuss monitoring and trapping, identification, damage symptoms, chemical control, and date of first emergence. Work was supported by the North Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association.
New IPMPro mobile phone application for scouting, pest I.D., cultural and chemical recommendations
NC State University Extension IPM page
Provides resources for many crops including ornamentals.
File PDF document Biological calendar for plant and insect phenology in Wooster, Ohio.
Table consisting of plant, insect, and mite phenologies associated with time of year and degree days. Use this table to determine when to begin scouting for certain insects and their life stages. Obtained from:
File PDF document Grieshop, R. Sampling as part of IPM.
An interactive pdf of a powerpoint presentation that discusses sampling techniques for use in IPM from Michigan State Dept. of Entomology.
File PDF document Syngenta. 2009. Guide to protecting woody ornamentals.
Great reference for matching the plant, pest, and chemical together. Cultural information is also included.
File PDF document USDA. 2004. National roadmap for IPM.
This document increases nationwide communication in key focus areas and identifies strategies for IPM research, implementation, and measurement for all pests. The future direction of IPM needs is discussed.
Insect Ecology and Integrated Pest Management: Improving IPM through Ecology
This is Dr. Steve Frank's blog about insect ecology and IPM in nursery production and the Green Industry. Timely and relevant, especially when crawlers have emerged or the most vulnerable portion of an insect's life cycle is present. Provides great instruction on biological control and cultural practices to prevent pest outbreaks.
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This project received support from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as part of the Specialty Crops Block Grant Program.

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