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File PDF document Fulcher 2012 W142 Scouting and Monitoring Pests of Deciduous Trees during Nursery Production
This is targeted directly at the nursery industry and the system of IPM described here has been proven effective in nurseries to save money. Dr. Amy F. Fulcher at U. of Tennessee has honed this system for more than a decade into an efficient, productive and effective way of scouting pests, monitoring outbreaks, and uses the least toxic alternative to reduces both spray applications and the amount of chemical applied, and produces the greatest management of target pests. You can find it here:
File PDF document Lebude and Fulcher (eds.). 2015. Pest Management Strategic Plan for Container and Field-Produced Nursery Crops in FL, GA, KY, NC, SC, TN, and V A.
A Pest Managment Strategic Plan (PMSP) collaborative effort from the Southern Nursery Integrated Pest Management (SNIPM) working group that contains key pest profiles for insects, plant diseases, and weeds. There are scouting and monitoring techniques listed, cultural practices discussed, and beneficial insects included for preventing pests in field and container production of ornamentals. This is a revision of the 2011 PMSP funded by the Southern IPM Center, without whom this wonderful publication or SNIPM would not exist.
File PDF document Ward et al 2012 Woody Plant Disease Management Guide for Nurseries and Landscapes
Comprehensive in scope, relevant in topics addressed, and provides scouting, monitoring and management information for plant diseases. From COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICEā€¢ UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, LEXINGTON, KY, 40546 ID-88 Woody Plant Disease Management Guide for Nurseries and Landscapes Nicole A. Ward and Cheryl A. Kaiser, Department of Plant Pathology; Sarah J. Vanek, Winston C. Dunwell, and William M. Fountain, Department of Horticulture; Reviewed by Kenny W. Seebold and Paul A. Vincelli, Department of Plant Pathology
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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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