Plant Management Network News

Number 35: January 20, 2005

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New Articles from
Applied Turfgrass Science

Recovery of Bermudagrass Varieties from Divot Injury

New Articles from Crop Management

Research:

Intercropping Legumes in Hard Red Spring Wheat under Semi-Arid Conditions

Tillage Effects on Stand and Yield in a Rice Monoculture System

Briefs:

First Report of Western Bean Cutworm in Illinois and Missouri

News:

Cobra Herbicide Gives Peanut Growers New Option for Broadleaf Weed Control

New Articles from
Forage and Grazinglands

Research:

Growth Responses of Perennial Cool-Season Grasses Grazed Intermittently

New Article from
Plant Health Progress

Research:

Efficacy of Azoxystrobin, Pyraclostrobin, Potassium Phosphite, and Mefenoxam for Control of Strawberry Leather Rot

Briefs:

First Report of Powdery Mildew of Carrot and Parsley Caused by Erysiphe heraclei in Washington State

First Report of Hibiscus latent Fort Pierce virus in New Mexico

News:

USDA Takes Action in Three States to Halt Spread of Plant Fungus

Crop Management
Variety Trials

Click here for the following new results:

New York 2004 Alfalfa Variety Trial Results
Nebraska 2004 Corn Variety Test Results

ATS to Offer "Turfgrass Science and Industry Trends"

The PMN journal, Applied Turfgrass Science, has announced a new category of articles to be called "Turfgrass Science and Industry Trends." The intent is to provide a forum that addresses problems or issues of general interest to ATS readers, such as recent developments in research, legislation, and public policy. Types of information that will be considered for publication include, but are not limited to, annual reports from various research and educational groups, local or regional survey or economic data, unique observations or trends in turfgrass science and management, and legislative or policy issues that may impact turfgrass managers, researchers, and educators.

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