Plant Management Network News
Number 50: March 21, 2006

PMN Welcomes New     Industry Partner: Suterra


PMN welcomes Suterra, a diversified pest control company with an environmental focus that provides products and services to the commercial agriculture market. Suterra’s principal products are biorational pest control agents that use naturally occurring agents and biochemicals, such as synthetic pheromones, to disrupt mating and control damage to crops inflicted by the hatching larvae. In addition, these pheromones are used in monitoring systems to detect and identify insect pest populations. Read more>>



University of Kentucky Is PMN’s Newest Land-Grant Partner


The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture has provided results to farmers and rural residents for over 130 years. The College also addresses agribusiness, consumers, international trade, food processing, nutrition, community development, soil and water resources, and the environment. Research activities encompass new economic opportunities; survival of the family farm; sustainable use of natural resources; food safety and quality; merchandising; family studies; and new technologies. Read more>>

 


For information on the PMN Partners Program, contact partners@plantmanagementnetwork.org.


New Articles from
Plant Health Progress

Research:
The Occurrence of Phytophthora ramorum in Nursery Stock in California, Oregon, and Washington States
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Susceptibility of Camellia to Phytophthora ramorum
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Relative Distribution and Incidence of Viruses Associated with Disease Outbreaks in Tomato Fields in Trinidad
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Identifying and Characterizing Summer Diseases on ‘Babygold’ Peach in South Carolina
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Reviews:
Panama Disease: An Old Nemesis Rears its Ugly Head. Part 2, The Cavendish Era and Beyond
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Industry News
:
Ridomil Gold Bravo SC Now Available for Use on Vegetables and Potatoes
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PROVADO 1.6F Insecticide Available to Control Citrus Greening Vector
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Cabrio Receives California Registration on Leafy Vegetables, Cole Crops and Leafy Greens
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New Articles from
Forage and Grazinglands


Research:
Evaluation of Postemergent Herbicides on Rhizoma Peanut Injury and Yield

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New Articles from Crop Management

Research:
Improving Corn Grain Purity by Using Color-Sorting Technology
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Effect of Repeated Glyphosate Use on Weed Communities in a Soybean-Corn Rotation
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Peanut Response to Conservation Tillage Systems
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Summary

Crop Management
Variety Trial Results:


Click here for the following new results:

Illinois 2005 Soybean
Minnesota 2005 Wheat
Virginia 2005 Corn Grain

 

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