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Commercial Fruit and Vegetable Production
Field Crops
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Kentucky IPM Scout Survey Annual Summaries 1986-1993


Commercial Fruit and Vegetable Production

The Case of the Disappearing Bacterial Spot

Improving Vegetable Quality with the Use of Pheromone Traps in an IPM Program

IPM Sweet Corn Project in Henderson County Saves Farmers Money and Reduces Insecticide Use

IPM Sweet Corn Project in Henderson County -- A Second Year

Trapped Like A Bug! Daviess County Vegetable Growers Benefit From Using Pheromone Traps and Scouting

An Apple A Day The IPM Way at Hopkins County Field Day

Powdery Mildew Tolerant Pumpkin Trial: Drought Slows Pumpkins and Disease

Commercial Apple IPM Program

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Field Crops

Corn & Soybean Working Group Early Management Decision Meeting

Limited Deployment of Fungicides to Manage Soybean Rust in Kentucky During 2005

Soybean Rust Management Training

Treating Bins for Storing Wheat On-Farm

Webster County IPM Workshop

UK Wheat Group Increase Farmers Profits

UK Wheat Group Continues to Increase Farmers Profits

UK Wheat Group Increase Farmers Profits 2004

Wheat Variety Performance Tests Pest Management Benefits

Estimating IPM Participation In Major Kentucky Field Crops

Daviess County West Kentucky Irrigation Project

Daviess County Producers Demonstrate How to Use Refuges with Bt Corn

Do You Know Your Most Common Pest Problem? IPM Scouting Program helped Hickman County producers identify their most common pests.

Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Broad-based Discussion Group

Kentucky Wheat Science Group

Kentucky IPM Farming Practices

IPM Tour at Princeton Field Day

Improved Alfalfa Stands Result From Local Knowledge of a Root Rot Fungus

IPM Farmer Alerted to Insect Destruction of Canola Stand

Pest Scouting Saves Producer Time, Money and Environmental Concern

IPM Farmers Alerted to Insect Onslaught

Saving Application Dollars from Going to Waste

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Plant Nurseries and Public Landscapes

Enhancing Control of Calico Scale with Limited and No Pesticide Applications

Pilot Nursery Scouting Program Creates Demand for Nursery Scouts

KY IPM Funded Nursery Scout Detects and Educates on Invasive Pest

IPM Programs Reduce Pesticide use and Increase Profitability in Commercial Ornamental Plant Production

IPM for Public Landscapes [HTML version] [PDF version]

Marshall County: Retirement Village Using IPM Methods to Rid Pests From Interior Plants  NEW!

IPM School Yard in Todd County

Landscape IPM Management Project in Henderson County

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Home and Garden

Seeds of Hope, Harvest of Pride -- A Children's Community Garden in Hopkins County--The Second Year

Seeds of Hope, Harvest of Pride -- A Children's Community Garden in Hopkins County

BMP's and Pesticide Safety: Daviess County Master Gardeners Spread Helpful Hints for Your Lawn and Home Landscape

Incredible Insects on Tour

The Backyard Garden at Whitehall : An Urban IPM Project

The Backyard Apple Growers IPM Program

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Field Crops
Fruits and Vegetables

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Kentucky IPM Scout Survey Annual Summaries 1986-1993 (Abstracts and Full Reports)

Full reports are in Acrobat PDF format and you will need to use the (free) Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these documents. If you don't have the Acrobat Reader plug-in, you can download it here.

IPM-101 1986 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

IPM-102 1987 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

IPM-103 1988 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

IPM-104 1989 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

IPM-105 1990 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

IPM-106 1991 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

IPM-107 1992 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

IPM-108 1993 Annual Summary [abstract] [full report]

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Kentucky IPM

Original document: 7 July 1995
Last updated: 11 April 2006


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