Plant Management Network News

Number 31: September 24, 2004

PMN Welcomes CropLife America!

The Plant Management Network welcomes PMN’s newest partner, CropLife America (CLA). Established in 1933, CropLife America (formerly the American Crop Protection Association) represents the developers, manufacturers, formulators, and distributors of plant science solutions for agriculture and pest management in the United States. CropLife America member companies produce, sell, and distribute virtually all of the crop protection and biotechnology products used by American farmers. A complete list of partners is available online. PMN believes that the more organizations that participate, the greater the value for all. For more information on joining the partners program, contact Joan Grudem or Miles Wimer.

New Articles from
Forage and Grazinglands

Cattle Preferentially Select Birdsfoot Trefoil from Mixtures of Tall Fescue and Birdsfoot Trefoil

New Articles from Crop Management

Can Crop Productivity be Predicted by Soil Characterization After Land Leveling?

Redstem Filaree Control in Sugarbeets with Micro-rate Herbicide Treatments

Using Electromagnetic Induction To Trace Soil Nitrogen

Syngenta Offers New Cotton Fungicide Options

Cutting-Edge Tools Help Farmers Seek Out Salt

Late-Season Weed Escapes in Indiana Soybean Fields

Crop Rotation and Tillage System Influence Late-Season Incidence of Giant Ragweed and Horseweed in Indiana Soybean

New Article from
Plant Health Progress


Managing Resistance of Venturia inaequalis to the Strobilurin Fungicides

New PMN Journal:
Applied Turfgrass Science

The latest Plant Management Network journal, Applied Turfgrass Science, is in its initial call for papers. Be among the first to share your expertise and author an article in this peer-reviewed journal. Papers will be published within 1-3 weeks of acceptance on an ongoing basis. Applied Turfgrass Science has no page charges or charges for color.

ATS Editor,
Michael Richardson

Editor Michael Richardson, Department of Horticulture, University of Arkansas, says, “We are very excited about this new journal as it provides a great outlet for applied turfgrass research and management of this information. Applied Turfgrass Science presents tremendous value to both researchers and end-users. Turfgrass researchers and educators benefit from the ability to quickly publish applied research in a peer-reviewed journal, and end-users benefit from applied information delivered in a timely, user-friendly format. We encourage scientists, extension personnel, educators, and turfgrass managers to explore the many benefits of Applied Turfgrass Science and the Plant Management Network.”

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