Plant Management Network News

Number 32: October 27, 2004

Applied Turfgrass Science
Publishes 1st Article

The new PMN journal Applied Turfgrass Science has published its first article, A Guide to Predicting Spatial Distribution of Weed Emergence Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Other articles are in peer review and prospective authors are encouraged to send new submissions. Author guidelines are available online.


New Articles from
Applied Turfgrass Science

A Guide to Predicting Spatial Distribution of Weed Emergence Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)


Conviron's New Aurora Research Greenhouse Allows Plant Scientists to Conduct Research Faster and More Precisely than Ever Before

New Articles from
Forage and Grazinglands


Yield and Quality of Winter Wheat Forage As Affected by Lime

Phosphorus Removal by Sorghum-Sudangrass in Northeastern USA

New Articles from Crop Management


Developing Phenological Prediction Tables for Soybean

Measuring K+ in Rice Basal Stem Sap with a Cardy Meter


New Sampling System Helps Growers Learn About Their Fields


A Web-Based Decision Support System for Managing Greenbugs in Wheat

New Article from
Plant Health Progress


Bacteria Take on Late Blight, Sprouting and Dry Rot in Potatoes

Crop Management Variety Trials

Click here for the following new results:
Missouri 2003 Cotton Variety Trial Results

Entomologists Join PMN
Journal Boards

In keeping with the multidisciplinary aspect of PMN's applied plant and agricultural science journals, each editorial board has appointed a new position representing the Entomological Society of America (ESA), as follows:

ESA is one of six scientific membership societies partnering in the Plant Management Network, including the American Phytopathological Society, American Society of Agronomy, Canadian Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Weed Science Society of America. Additional PMN partners include industry, other nonprofits, and twenty land-grant universities.

Need Additional CCA CEUs in 2004?

Certified Crop Advisers are reminded that PMN subscribers can obtain self-study CEUs online. Additional information and summaries of the current CEU offerings are available in the  PMN Education and Training Center. Study materials and exams are available 24/7 and may be earned conveniently from home or office. PMN subscriptions are available online.

Schuh to Represent Pioneer
Hi-Bred on PMN Advisory Council

Dr. Wolfgang Schuh has recently been named to represent Pioneer Hi-Bred on the PMN Advisory Council. Schuh is a Plant Pathologist at Pioneer in Johnston, IA. He replaces Dr. Thomas Fry, Pioneer Agronomist, who has served since the Council's inception in 2002.


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