Plant Management Network News

Number 23: January 6, 2004

PMN 2003 Year-in-Review

As indicated below, the Plant Management Network continued to progress throughout 2003. These activities and advances rely on the financial support of PMN's partners and subscribers; and the contributions of its authors, boards, and volunteers. Thank You! For information on participating as an author, subscriber, or partner in 2004, either see www.plantmanagementnetwork.org or email editorialoffice@plantmanagementnetwork.org.


Journals

 
Usage

  • PMN usage increases to over 18,000 monthly users

  • PMN's highest accessed article has over 2,800 downloads within first eight weeks

  • PMN Plant Science Database grows to over 2,700 documents

  • PMN Images Collections increase to over 1,700 photographs and graphics


Activities

  • PMN invited to make presentation at USDA Offices in Washington, DC

  • PMN exhibits/has literature displays at the following meetings:

Partners
PMN partners continue to grow, including:

Please Spread the Word

Please help increase awareness of the Plant Management Network, its journals, and other applied agricultural resources by forwarding this issue of PMN Update to colleagues and list serves worldwide. PMN hopes to connect the plant science community and agricultural practitioners throughout the globe and your assistance is very much appreciated. Those whom you contact can remain informed by adding themselves to the PMN Update distribution list at no cost!

New Articles

Plant Health Research:

Sensitivity of Newly Identified Clades in the Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck Complex on Apple to Thiophanate-methyl and Ziram

 

Plant Health Briefs:

First Report of Powdery Mildew of Ligustrum japonicum (Japanese Privet) Caused by Microsphaera syringae (Erysiphe syringae) in North America
 

First Report of Pepper mild mottle virus in Jalapeno Pepper in Georgia

 

Diagnostic Guides:
Gray Leaf Spot of Perennial Ryegrass

 

Crop Management Research:
Weed Removal Timings in No-Till, Double-Crop, Glyphosate-Resistant Soybean Grown on Claypan Soils

Relationships Among Forage Yield and Quality Factors of Hay-Type Sorghums

Corn Greensnap from Extreme Wind is Influenced by Several Factors

Effects of Furrow Irrigation on Corn in the Humid Sub-tropical Mississippi Delta

Managing Earliness in Cotton with Mepiquat-type Growth Regulators

Crop Management
Variety Trials

Click here for the following new results:

Northern New York 2003 Wheat Variety Trial Results - Willsboro

Missouri 2003 Grain Sorghum Performance Trial Results

New York 2003 Alfalfa Variety Trial Results

Wisconsin 2002 Alfalfa Variety Trial Results

Wisconsin 2003 Alfalfa Variety Trial Results


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