BOARD NAMED FOR CROP MANAGEMENT
An advisory board for the journal, Crop Management, has been appointed to provide counsel on issues relevant to serving its audience of professional crop managers and consultants. The board represents practicing crop management professionals working in various aspects of the industry and are leaders in the profession. A listing of advisory board members is now posted on the CM site and includes: Bob Streit, Chair, Central Iowa Agronomics; Brent A. Brueland, Secretary, Iowa State University; Orvin Bontrager, Servi-Tech, Inc.; Phillip D. Cochran, Cochran Agronomics, Inc.; Paul E. Fixen, Potash & Phosphate Institute; David J. Harms, Crop Pro-Tech, Inc.; Raymond Charles Ward, Ward Laboratories Inc.; and Jerry A. Warner, Farmers National Company.
PMN INDIVIDUAL SUBSCRIBERS TOP 1,700
PMN's individual subscriber base now exceeds 1,750 readers. Paid personal subscriptions were first introduced effective February 2002. Show your support and
PLANT HEALTH PROGRESS SUBMISSIONS INCREASE
The journal, Plant Health Progress, has seen nearly a 50% increase in manuscript submissions in the first nine months of 2002 over the same period last year. Submissions are also increasing in recent months for
Crop Management which began publication in February 2002. Please consider both journals as peer-reviewed outlets for your most applied work.
CROP MANAGEMENT / PMN TO EXHIBIT AT
ASA-CSSA-SSSA ANNUAL MEETING
Stop by Booth #119 at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA annual meeting in Indianapolis, IN, November 10-14, to learn more about publishing in the new online journal,
Crop Management. Tour the CM site, along with the
Network, on a live Internet hookup and register to win a PMN knit shirt. Also, learn more about future plans, personal subscriptions, and the PMN partners program. See you there!
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Plant Health Research:
Etiology of Red Stain in Boxelder
Peanut Disease Management Utilizing an In-furrow Treatment of Azoxystrobin