Plant Management Network News
Number 45: November 30, 2005

Plant Management Network Welcomes Mississippi State University

PMN is pleased to welcome Mississippi State University (MSU) as its newest land-grant partner.  The MSU Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology and the Integrated Pest Management program through Mississippi State University Extension Service support the partnership.

Mississippi State University's Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The department also jointly sponsors a Master of Agriculture degree in Agricultural Pest Management with the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. The department participates in an interdisciplinary genetics and animal physiology graduate program.

The Mississippi State University Extension Service provides research-based information, educational programs, and technology transfer focused on issues and needs of the people of Mississippi, enabling them to make informed decisions about their economic, social, and cultural well-being.
 

New Articles from
Applied Turfgrass Science

Research:

Evaluation of Sulfonylurea Herbicides on Cool and Warm Season Turf Species

 Article | Summary

 

News:

Synthetic Turf Playing Fields Present Unique Dangers  Article

 

New Articles from Crop Management

Research:

Accumulation of Shikimate in Corn and Soybean Exposed to Various Rates of Glyphosate  Article | Summary

 

News:

CropTrakô Software Adds Enhanced Support for Wireless Smart Phones and GIS to Deliver Cost Savings and Productivity Gains  Article


Gramoxone Inteon Herbicide Registered for Use by EPA  Article
 

KEE Technologies Releases the ZYNX X20 Multi Functional Console  Article
 

New Articles from
Plant Health Progress

Research:

Integrated Management of Angular Leaf Spot (Phaeoisariopsis griseola (Sacc.) Ferr.) on Snap Beans in Ontario 
Article | Summary

Evaluating the Efficacy of Commercial Products for Management of Bacterial Leaf Spot on Lettuce  Article | Summary

Briefs:

First Report of Powdery Mildew on Corylus avellana caused by Phyllactinia guttata in Washington State  Article | Summary

 

Industry News:

Growers and Homeowners Can Help Detect Citrus Disease  Article

 

Pioneer Introduces 22 New Soybean Varieties for 2006 Season
Article

 

New Articles from
Forage and Grazinglands

Research:

Pasture Assessment In The Northeast United States 
Article | Summary  

Stocking Method Affects Plant Responses of Pensacola Bahiagrass Pastures

Article | Summary

Briefs:

Calculation of Sample Number to Accurately Measure Available Pasture Forage

Article | Summary

 

Industry News:

 

New Prairie Grasses to Fatten Beef Cattle Article

 

Position Announcement: National Program Leader (Rangelands/Grasslands Ecosystems)

Article

 

Forage and Grazinglands

Variety Trial Results:

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Wisconsin 2005 Grasses

Wisconsin 2005 Red Clover

Crop Management
Variety Trial Results:


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New Mexico 2005 Wheat

Wisconsin 2005 Alfalfa

 

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