Plant Management Network News
Number 52: May 25, 2006

USGA Green Section Is New PMN Partner 
Applied Turfgrass Science welcomes the USGA Green Section to the PMN partners program. The Green Section of the United States Golf Association is a chief authority regarding impartial, authoritative information for turfgrass management. Established in 1920, the Green Section involves itself in every phase of golf course maintenance and management. Its Turf Advisory Service brings a wealth of maintenance information directly to golf course superintendents. Read more>>

Articles from
Applied Turfgrass Science

Evaluation of Crested Wheatgrass Managed as Turfgrass.  Public Summary | Article

Triclopyr Safens the Use of Fluazifop and Fenoxaprop on Zoysiagrass While Maintaining Bermudagrass Suppression.  Public Summary | Article

Headway™ Fungicide from Syngenta Provides Superintendents With New Tool to Fight Fairway Diseases

imidiPRo™ New Option for Imidacloprid Users  Article

New Articles from
Plant Health Progress

Early Detection of Asian Soybean Rust Using PCR.  Public Summary | Article

Diagnostic Guide:
Synopsis of Fungi Listed as Regulated Plant Pests by the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: Notes on Nomenclature, Disease, Plant Hosts, and Geographic Distribution.  Public Summary | Article

Evaluating the Threat Posed by Fungi on the APHIS List of Regulated Plant Pests.  Article

Industry News:
Quadris Ridomil Gold® Now Available for Use on Potatoes  Article

New Articles from Crop Management

Nitrogen Fertilizer Management and Recommendations for Wheat Production in Central Mexico.  Public Summary | Article

Ratoon Rice Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer Public Summary | Article

Influence of Imazamox Rate and Tank-Mix Combinations on Winter Annual Broadleaf Weed Control and Yield in Imidazolinone-Resistant Wheat.  Public Summary | Article

World Congress Explores Research, Multi-Disciplinary Science of Soils.  Article

Gramoxone Inteon Herbicide Registered for Use by CDPR  Article

Improving Conservation in Potato Fields  Article

PMN Launches Internship Posting Service

Would you like a place to post your organization’s internship opportunities or are you a student looking for an internship? If so, Plant Management Network’s new PMN Internship Posting Service is for you. A sample posting and the form for submitting new listings are now online under the “Resources” tab on the main navigation bar at the PMN homepage, then see “Education & Training Center.” There is no cost for posting internships and the listings are available to students at all PMN partner universities and to PMN subscribers. Organizations having open internships in agriculturally or plant science related fields are encouraged to submit them for listing today!

New Articles from
Forage and Grazinglands

Using Prescribed Fire, Tillage, and Fertilizer to Manage Broomsedge-Infested Pastures.  Public Summary | Article

Alfalfa weevil appear early in southern Missouri; scout early and carefully, says MU entomologist   Article

'Kiss of the hops' may stimulate broilers  Article

Armyworm moths blown in from southern states can produce forage-eating worms; scouting urged  Article

Crop Management
Variety Trial Results:

Click here for the following new results:

New Mexico 2005 Corn Silage
Iowa 2003 Soybean Cyst Nematode-resistant Soybean
Iowa 2004 Soybean Cyst Nematode-resistant Soybean
Iowa 2005 Soybean Cyst Nematode-resistant Soybean
Utah 2003 Leafy Corn Silage
2005 Utah Corn Silage (Benson)
2004 Utah Corn Silage (Wellsville)
Utah 2004 Irrigated Alfalfa (Logan)
Utah 2004 Irrigated Alfalfa (Delta)

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