Plant Management Network News

Number 28: June 3, 2004

Author an Article for PMN Today!

Reach thousands of agricultural practitioners and educators with your applied knowledge when you submit papers to Crop Management, Plant Health Progress, and Forage and Grazinglands. The Plant Management Network now reaches up to 18,000 users monthly, including crop advisers, county extension, industry field representatives, faculty, and students. Learn more about submitting papers and author benefits.

New Articles from
Crop Management


Cultural Management of Selected Ultradwarf Bermudagrass Cultivars


Irrigating Through Drainage Pipes Helps Farmers and the Environment

New, Disease-Resistant Sunflower Available  

MaxCel Plant Growth Regulator Receives U.S. EPA Registration

New Articles from
Plant Health Progress


Helping Beneficial Fungi Work

Crop Management
Variety Trials

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Nebraska 2003 Grain Sorghum Hybrid Test

PMN Issues Release on Tall Fescue Toxicosis

In an effort to continually increase broad readership for its journals, PMN has begun issuing press releases based on published articles. The current release is available online and regards an article from Crop Management on tall fescue toxicosis, which costs U.S. livestock producers more than $600 million each year, and its management.

2004 Volume of Fungicide and Nematicide Tests Now Available

The 2004 edition of Fungicide and Nematicide Tests is now available. Published by APS PRESS, each year's newest volume is accessible to PMN subscribers and partner institutions at no additional cost. F&N Tests may be reached by clicking the appropriate link in PMN's Field Trials area.


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