Plant Management Network News

Number 18: August 7, 2003

Cornell Extension Publications Added to PMN

The PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK announces the launch of a new journal, Forage and Grazinglands, effective August 7, 2003. Sponsored by the Crop Science Society of America and the American Society of Agronomy, the new peer-reviewed journal can be accessed at Forage and Grazinglands is calling for submissions in the areas of forage, range, grazing, and conservation management. Peer-reviewed article categories include research, reviews, guides, and briefs. There are also sections for variety trials, perspectives, letters, and news.

Like other PMN journals, Forage and Grazinglands is totally electronic and provides authors a peer-reviewed, permanent citation; fast, real-time publication; worldwide readership; no page charges; free use of color; email links to authors; linkable citations; and a complimentary PDF copy of their completed article. Editor Michael Casler, USDA-ARS Dairy Forage Research Center, states, "Our goal is to provide new, timely, and relevant information to the broad community of forage and grazinglands professionals and practitioners." Submission guidelines and a complete listing of the editorial board are available online.

Together with its other journals, Plant Health Progress and Crop Management, and with its many other online resources, the PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK is truly becoming the first-stop source for applied plant and agricultural management information. By offering materials across disciplines, PMN serves practitioners having a broad range of responsibilities. Among its audience are consultants, advisers, managers, extension personnel, field representatives, producers, researchers, and educators worldwide. For more information, inquire at

New Articles

Plant Health Brief:

Peduncle Rot of Dwarf Wheat caused by Rhizoctonia cerealis

Industry News

Evaluate Secondary Soil Insect Damage Now to Determine Solution for 2004

Denim Insecticide Now Registered for Use on Cotton, Tobacco

Crop Management Research:

Tassel Morphology as an Indicator of Potential Pollen Production in Maize

Does Foliar-applied Glycine Betaine Affect Endogenous Betaine Levels and Yield In Cotton?

Crop Management
Variety Trials

Click here for the following new results:

Illinois 2002 Alfalfa Results
Illinois 2002 Corn Results
Florida 2001 Corn Silage Results - Quincy
Florida 2002 Corn Silage Results - Quincy
Kansas 2002 Grain Sorghum Results
Iowa 2002 Soybean Cyst Nematode-resistant Soybean Results
Illinois 2002 Wheat Results
Montana 2002 Winter Wheat Results
Montana 2001 Winter Wheat Results

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