PMN Update

Plant Management Network News
Number
6: 13 June 2002

CROP MANAGEMENT PUBLISHES FIRST RESEARCH PAPERS
The two Crop Management articles listed at 
right reflect the first accepted research articles resulting from the journal's call for papers. 
Several other manuscripts have been submitted 
and are currently undergoing peer review. As 
with other PMN journals, Crop Management 
has no page charges, includes the use of full 
color at no cost, publishes articles within 1-3 
weeks of acceptance, and reaches a global audience. Submission Guidelines are available.

THE PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK IS GROWING! DID YOU KNOW...

  • Usage of the Plant Management Network 
    site is up 65% compared to last year
  • In the first week of June 2002, nearly 
    1500 unique visitors visited the 
    Plant Management Network 

  • Plant Management Network visitors come 
    from around the globe representing a truly international audience

RECORD NUMBER OF PEER-REVIEWED SUBMISSIONS IN MAY
Thanks to all of the authors who supported Plant Health Progress by submitting articles during the month of May. Please continue to support the journal by submitting your applied work and articles. Please visit the Plant Management Network for submission guidelines.

SITE REORGANIZATION
Due to a reorganization of the Plant Management Network websites, many URLs for the Plant Management Network, Plant Health Progress, and Crop Management changed on Friday, June 7. We expect these new locations to remain for the foreseeable future, so please update any links or bookmarks accordingly.

Please circulate this newsletter to colleagues who may have interest.

RECENT ARTICLES FROM 
Crop Management

Determining an Optimum Seeding Rate for Spring Wheat in Northwest Minnesota

Effects of Foliar Fertilizers and Growth Regulators on Alfalfa Yield and Quality

RECENT ARTICLES FROM 
Plant Health Progress

Brief: Bacterial Crown Rot of Lisianthus Caused by Burkholderia gladioli

Brief: First Report of Southern Wilt Caused by Ralstonia solanacearum on Geranium in Florida

Research:
Toxicity of Indian Mustard and Allyl Isothiocyanate to Masked Chafer Beetle Larvae

Research: Interaction Between Flooding or Drought Stress and Potato Leafhopper Injury in Alfalfa

Review: Biological Control of Plant Pathogens: Research, Commercialization, and Application in the USA

Industry News: Resource® Herbicide Receives Label for Tank Mix Uses in New York

Industry News: Regiment® CA Herbicide Controls Watergrass for California Rice Growers

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