Plant Management Network News

Number 22: December 2, 2003

PMN Journals Selected by 
CAB Abstracts

All PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK peer-reviewed journals--Plant Health Progress, Crop Management, and Forage and Grazinglands--are now included in CAB Abstracts. Derived from CABI Publishing's "Abstracting and Indexing Database," CAB Abstracts is the premier bibliographic reference for all agricultural, plant, and natural resource publications. By their inclusion, articles published within PMN journals become more readily accessible to and cited by readers, worldwide. CAB Abstracts is made widely available to libraries and individuals by a number of vendors, including ISI, EBSCO, Ovid, Dialog, DIMDI, STN, BIDS and CAB Direct.

New Articles

Plant Health Research:

Perennation of Sclerotium rolfsii var. delphinii in Iowa

Field Application of Brassicaceous Amendments for Control of Soilborne Pests and Pathogens

Plant Health Reviews:
Managing Risk to Minimize Crop Loss: Introduction to the Symposium Proceedings

Risk Assessment: Concepts, Development, and Future Opportunities

Transgenic Papaya: A Case for Managing Risks of Papaya ringspot virus in Hawaii

Analyzing Positive Finds with Explicit Uncertainty

The Maximum Pest Limit Concept Explained

Bayesian Approaches to Plant Disease Forecasting

Responding to an Introduced Pathogen: Podosphaera macularis (Hop Powdery Mildew) in the Pacific Northwest

Plant Health Reviews:
Resistance to Take-all is Not Expressed in Wheat-Alien Chromosome Addition and Substitution Lines

Crop Management Research:
Soybean Yield Responds Minimally to Nitrogen Applications in Missouri

Nitrogen Fertilizer Requirement for Inbred Corn Following Corn or Soybean

Double-cropping Winter Wheat and Soybean Improves Net Returns in the Eastern Great Plains

Atrazine May Overcome the Time-of-Day Effect on Liberty Efficacy

Crop Management News:
Flowering Alfalfa Yields High-Protein Feed on Northern Plains

PMN Journal Publishes First Symposium

The PMN journal,
Plant Health Progress, recently published its first-ever symposium proceedings, "Managing Risk to Minimize Crop Loss." An Introduction to the Symposium, by William W. Turechek, and listing of additional papers is available online. All papers were peer-reviewed by the Plant Health Progress Editorial Board, and are citable as part of PHP's permanent content. Symposia organizers seeking publication of proceedings in any of PMN's journals are encouraged to inquire in advance of the event at:
editorialoffice@plantmanagementnetwork.org.

PMN Exhibits at Annual Meetings

PMN exhibited at the ESA and ASA-CSSA-SSSA annual meetings in late October and early November, respectively. Attendees were able to register to win a free one-year PMN subscription and winners have been notified. PMN subscription information is available online.

Crop Management
Variety Trials

Click here for the following new results:
New Mexico 2003 Winter Wheat Variety Trial Results - Farmington

 

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