Plant Management Network News

Number 13: March 11, 2003

Journal of Extension Publishes "Tools of the Trade" Article

The February 2003 issue of JOE includes an article, "The Plant Management Network: A New Online Source of Applied Plant Science Information." Authored by Cynthia L. Ash, PMN Director of Scientific Services, and Kenneth J. Moore, Professor of Crop Science, Iowa State University, the article highlights the Plant Management Network and its relationship to Agricultural Extension. Read the article at the Journal of Extension website

New Articles

Plant Health Research:

Toxicity Responses of Herbaceous and Woody Ornamental Plants to Chlorine and Hydrogen Dioxides

 


Temperature Declines During Storms and Irrigation May Contribute to Fire Blight Infection of Pear Fruit


Crop Management Research:

 

Yield Penalty Due to Delayed Weed Control in Corn and Soybean


Crop Management News:


Survey: Information Gaps Exist in Precision Agriculture

ISU Extension Issues New Recommendations for Crop Nutrients

The Bean Leaf Beetle: An Emerging Threat to ND Producers?

USDA Signs Agreement with American Society of Agronomy on Technical Service Providers

New Editors Named to 
Crop Management
Editorial Board

Editor Rob Kallenbach has recently announced the addition of several new Technical and Associate Editors to the CM Editorial Board

PMN Begins Subscription 
Renewal Process

The Plant Management Network recently sent its first e-mail renewal notices. PMN’s new online renewal process is designed to make the renewals quick and convenient for subscribers. If you subscribed in February or March of 2002, you should have received a renewal letter with a link to the PMN renewal site. If your subscription is up for renewal, you’ll need your user name and password to renew your subscription online. Click here if you can't remember your password. 

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