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Posted 22 May 2011. Plant Health Progress.

Crop and Pest Report Available From NDSU

Source: North Dakota Staet University Press Release.

Fargo, North Dakota (May 5, 2011)--Each season brings new challenges and pest problems in crop production. One way to stay informed and effectively manage any problem is to sign up for the weekly North Dakota State University Extension Service’s “Crop and Pest Report.”


“Each issue of the report contains valuable information about insect and disease problems, pest alerts, integrated pest management strategies, pesticide updates, agronomy and fertility issues, horticulture problems, reports from the NDSU Plant Diagnostic Laboratory, important NDSU Extension meetings and a weather outlook,” says Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension entomologist and editor of the report. “Local reports also are included on agronomic and pest issues and crop development from agronomists located at the NDSU Research Extension Centers across the state.”

To subscribe for the free email version of the report, go to

Subscribers have the option of receiving the newsletter by mail or electronically in a color PDF format that can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat.

The email version (PDF) is free to subscribers. If you were signed up last year to receive the electronic copy, you do not need to subscribe again.

To have the report delivered by mail, the price is $25 per year. Payment can be made with a credit card at

Diane Pennington