Plant Management Network News
Number 48: January 23, 2006

PMN Welcomes the Society
of Nematologists


PMN welcomes the Society of Nematologists (SON) as its newest partner. SON is an international organization formed to advance the science of nematology in both its fundamental and economic aspects. Nematodes are the most abundant multicellular animals on earth and occur literally everywhere: in soil and decaying matter, in all forms of plant life, and in the bodies of almost all animals. Through its partnership, SON joins 15 other prominent scientific societies and nonprofits involved with the Plant Management Network. Partner societies gain visibility throughout the PMN website and provide a 15% subscription discount to their members.

 

New Articles from
Applied Turfgrass Science

Research:

Effects of Compost Topdressing on Turf Quality and Growth of Kentucky Bluegrass   Summary | Article

Evaluation of Sulfonylurea Herbicides on Cool and Warm Season Turf Species   Summary | Article

News:

Syngenta Raises Standard for Cereal Grass Herbicides: New Axial Delivers Flexible Control to Wheat and Barley Growers   Article

Turf Management Education Resource Published   Article
 

New Articles from Crop Management

Research:

Depodding Causes Green-Stem Syndrome in Soybean 
  Summary | Article
 

New Articles from
Plant Health Progress

Research:

Field Efficacy of Insecticides for Control of Lepidopteran Pests on Collards in Virginia     
Summary | Article

Evaluation of Soybean Germplasm for Resistance to Phakopsora pachyrhizi    
Summary | Article

Repellency and Repulsiveness of Selected Agrichemicals to the
Two-Spotted Spider Mite (Tetranychus urticae) on Grape Foliage
Summary | Article

Briefs:

First Report of Powdery Mildew on Caragana arborescens in Minnesota and North Dakota Caused by Microsphaera (Erysiphe) palczewskii 
Summary | Article


First Report of Powdery Mildew of Gaillardia × grandiflora (Blanket Flower) Caused by Leveillula taurica in North America     Summary | Article

Susceptibility of Perennial Small Grains to Soilborne wheat mosaic virus and Wheat spindle streak mosaic virus     Summary | Article

Reviews:

Panama Disease, An Old Nemesis Rears Its Ugly Head: Part 1. The Beginnings of the Banana Export Trades     Summary | Article
 


Crop Management
Variety Trial Results:


Click here for the following new results:

Northern Idaho 2005 Spring Wheat
Northern Idaho 2005 Winter Wheat
Michigan 2005 Alfalfa
Nebraska 2005 Soybean
Nebraska 2005 Grain Sorghum
Nebraska 2005 Corn
New York 2005 Alfalfa
Pennsylvania 2005 Alfalfa
 


PMN Visits Nearly Double in 2005

More people are finding their way to the Plant Management Network! Usage of PMN’s online journals and electronic resources increased by 92% in 2005 to a total of over 180,000 visits. You can help provide access to the same high quality information that other users have by recommending PMN to your library today. Your colleagues and students will thank you.
 


F&N Tests Publishes New Soybean Rust Trials

Fungicide and Nematicide Tests, Volume 61, has just published four new fungicide trials for the control of soybean rust. The trials were conducted in the 2004-2005 growing season in Paraguay, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. F&N Tests is included content for Plant Management Network subscribers.
 


PMN Announces New Electronic Submission Procedure

All Plant Management Network journals — Applied Turfgrass Science, Crop Management, Forage and Grazinglands, and Plant Health Progress — now require that manuscripts be submitted via the web.



Before submitting, please see Manuscript Preparation for instructions on file formatting, naming, etc. Also, complete the Author Checklist. Next, follow the URL mc.manuscriptcentral.com/pmn to log into PMN's Manuscript Central system. To submit your manuscript, follow the on-screen instructions in the "Corresponding Author Center." First-time users must create an account by clicking "Create Account" to begin.
 

                                                         New Articles from
Forage and Grazinglands

Research:
Nitrogen Rate and Source Effects on the Yield and Nutritive Value of Tall Fescue Stockpiled for Winter Grazing   Summary | Article

Performance of Steers Fed Ammoniated Straw From Tall Fescue Seed Fields     Summary | Article
 


Forage and Grazinglands
Variety Trial Results

Click here for the following new results:

Oklahoma 2005 Warm-Season Perennial Grass

 

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