PMN Update

Plant Management Network News
Number 8: 03 September 2002

PMN JOURNALS INTRODUCE PRINTER- FRIENDLY ARTICLES; AUTHOR E-PRINTS
Effective July 31, 2002, PMN journal articles contain links to printer-friendly PDF versions. Copies of the PDF files are also being sent to authors, at no charge, as an added benefit of publishing in PMN's charge-free journals. Authors may use the electronic files for use in filling reprint requests and to post on their own personal websites. Check out the new format at these Plant Health Progress  and Crop Management sample articles (click "PDF version for printing" at upper left in each).


PPI-PPIC-FAR JOINS AS PMN'S NEWEST PARTNER

The Plant Management Network
welcomes the Potash & Phosphate Institute, Potash & Phosphate Institute of Canada, and Foundation for Agronomic Research as its nineteenth organizational partner. A profile of the organization is available on the PMN site.
For information on the PMN partners program e-mail editorialoffice@plantmanagementnetwork.org.



ACADEMIC LIBRARY SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW AVAILABLE

Beginning September 2002, academic library subscriptions are available for all institutions of higher education. A single PMN subscription allows access to both of the peer-reviewed journals, Crop Management and Plant Health Progress, and to PMN's exclusive subscriber search of partner supplied web-based resources. It also includes all future subscriber content as the network develops. For more information, send an e-mail to editorialoffice@plantmanagementnetwork.org.


PHP MARKS SECOND ANNIVERSARY
June 2002 marked the second anniversary of the PMN journal, Plant Health Progress. Submissions and publications have steadily increased since its founding. Please, help celebrate by submitting your best applied work for review.

GET ACCESS TO THOUSANDS OF PLANT HEALTH RESOURCE PAGES. When you subscribe to the Plant Management Network, you gain access to the exclusive subscriber-search function which allows you to quickly locate information from the Plant Management Network's extensive database of fact sheets, newsletters, product listings, training resources and related information. Also, you get access to the online journals, Plant Health Progress and Crop Management, in their entirety. If you are not yet a paid subscriber to the Network, Subscribe today. (For about $3 a month, the value just can't be beat!)

NEW ARTICLES 

Plant Health Progress Reviews:
A Fungicide Application Decision (FAD) Support System for Postbloom Fruit Drop of Citrus (PFD)

Citrus Canker: The Pathogen and Its Impact

Crop Management Research:
Adequate Soil Phosphorus Decreases the Grass Tetany Potential of Tall Fescue Pasture

Economic Analysis of Soybean-Wheat Cropping Systems

Transition Strategies for Post-CRP Certified Organic Grain Production

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