Plant Management Network News
Number 89: June 16, 2009


American Society of Agronomy  The American Phytopathological Society  Crop Science Society of America


From the Network

Introducing Focus on Agricultural Practitioners

PMN proudly announces its new web portal designed exclusively for crop advisers, consultants, ag retailers, extension agents, and producers, called Focus on Agricultural Practitioners. The site was specifically developed to make it easier for these professionals to more easily access Plant Management Network’s online resources. The “Search” page is especially useful in helping locate information published in PMN’s applied journals, in extension publications from partner land-grant universities, and in practical resources from PMN’s agribusiness partners. The site also features disease and insect management efficacy trials, images for use in presentations, educational soybean management webcasts, and proceedings from ag related meetings. Please take a few minutes to click through the links on the page to learn what’s all available, and help spread the word to your colleagues and clients.


PMN Welcomes Mosaic as Its Latest Corporate Partner


The Plant Management Network welcomes Mosaic to the PMN partners program. Mosaic is the world's leading producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two of the primary nutrients required to grow the food the world needs. Its business engages in every phase of crop nutrition development, from the mining of resources to the production of crop nutrients, feed, and industrial products. Please visit their online resources, Back-to-Basics and the Efficient Fertilizer Use Manual. more>>

Interested in a corporate PMN partnership?

Please contact us.


PMN Offers New Soybean Webcast

Glyphosate Resistant Weeds and Resistance Management Strategies: A 2003-2005 Indiana Grower Perspective by Bill Johnson, Purdue University, is PMN’s new Focus on Soybean presentation.


Land-Grant Institutions Help Build the Network



Did you know that 70% of all 1862 Land-Grant Universities are now partners in the Plant Management Network? If your institution has not yet partnered, please contact us and we’ll tell you how.



Plant Health Progress Editor's Pick

The Importance of Reporting New Host-Fungus Records for Ornamental and Regional Crops



Positions Available

Submit new employment/intern listings online. It’s free!

CURRENT LISTING:
*Agronomic Product Characterization Leader - Trait Product Development R&D



See postings at PMN’s Employment/Internship Posting Service.


New Articles from . . .
Applied Turfgrass Science - Crop Management  
Forage and Grazinglands - Plant Health Progress

Plant Health Progress

Research






Evaluation of Selected Genotypes of Soybean for Resistance to Phakopsora pachyrhizi   Summary | Article







Nitrogen Fertilizer Affects the Severity of Anthracnose Crown Rot Disease of Greenhouse Grown Strawberries   Summary | Article

Brief


A New Canker Disease of Crabapple Trees Caused by Phacidiopycnis washingtonensis in Washington State    Summary | Article


News

Foliar Fungicides for Soybeans Increase Yield Potential   Article

Late Soybean Planting Poses Unique Weed, Disease Situations   Article

INTREPID 2F Insecticide Receives Supplemental Labeling for Cranberries in Wisconsin   Article

South Dakota State University Specialist: What Ever Happened to Soybean Rust?  Article

Asian Soybean Rust Found in South Louisiana Soybean Field   Article

New Emerald Ash Borer Insecticide Guide Now Available   Article

Unique Chemistry of RADIANT SC Insecticide Fits IRM Programs   Article

AgriLife Research Wheat Nursery Helps Identify Rust Disease Issues for Great Plains   Article

Treat or Not Treat Ash Trees for Emerald Ash Borer? New University Bulletin Provides Guidelines, Trial Results    Article

Fusarium Head Blight is Widespread in Kentucky Wheat   Article

Soybean Rust Still Not in Mississippi But Is Nearby   Article

Tomato Disease Factsheets Available   Article

Quilt Xcel Fungicide Receives Section 3 Registration    Article

Durivo Insecticide Receives California Label Approval     Article

Quadris Used to Combat Target Spot in Greenhouses     Article

Actara Insecticide Receives Registration for Citrus in Florida   Article

Early Scouting Can Help Manage Corn Pests   Article
 

Crop Management

Research

Yield, Grade, and Gross Revenue of Double-Cropped Green Bean and Sweet Corn with Cotton   Summary | Article

Compost Application and Red Clover Underseeding Have Mixed Effect on Organic Flax Production in Iowa   Summary | Article




Spring Wheat Cultivar Harrowing Evaluation in Minnesota   Summary | Article




Comparison of Cropping Systems Including Corn, Peanut, and Tobacco in the North Carolina Coastal Plain   Summary | Article


News

Reaping More Rewards from Crop Residues   Article

New Online Tool Helps New York Growers Choose Vineyard Sites   Article

Monsanto, BASF Scientists Disclose Discovery of Gene Conferring Drought Tolerance in Corn Plants   Article

Best Management Practices for Corn Production in South Dakota   Article

Management Considerations for Volunteer Corn   Article

Fire Plays a Crucial Role in the Management of Invasive Plants   Article

It Pays to Furrow Dike   Article

New Hawkweed and Barley Publications Available from Montana State Extension   Article

Late Getting Corn in the Ground? You Could Cut Back on Nitrogen   Article

Nitrogen Losses No More Than Normal, Despite Wet Spring   Article

North Dakota State University Publication Available For Late-planted Barley   Article

Identify "Early Season" Weeds   Article

Pioneer Experts Offer Tips to Manage for Higher Yields in Soybeans   Article

Lychee Studies Yield Keys to Plentiful, Predictable Harvests   Article

Grasslands: The Future of Sustainable Agriculture   Article

Applied Turfgrass Science

Research


Scalping and Creeping Bentgrass Quality as Influenced by Ethephon and Trinexapac-ethyl   Summary | Article

News

Careful Fertilizer Use Helps Protect Water Quality   Article


Thatch Management Is Key to Maintaining Zoysia Grass Lawns   Article

Forage and Grazinglands

Research




Nitrogen Needs of Teff Managed as Forage Crop in New York   Summary | 
Article




News

Fertilizer and Cattle Do Not Mix   Article

Black Grass Bug Alert Posted in Southwestern North Dakota   Article

For the Most in Pasture Management, Measure Forage Dry Matter   Article

Houndstongue Is a Controllable Problem on Range and Wild Lands   Article

Pioneer’s Forage Forum Audio Program Available on Pioneer.com   Article

Producers Have Options for Spring Musk Thistle Control   Article

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