Agriculture

Publications

IPM Newsletters

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 1. Issue 1 (Winter 2013) (379.8 KB)

    In This Issue: Integrated Pest Management: Offering Environmental Support Option; Disease Management of Landscape Plants; Pine Tree Scale in Conifers; Some Truths About Weeds

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 1. Issue 2 (Spring 2013) (446.2 KB)

    In This Issue: Integrated Pest Management: Stakeholder Committee Formed; Managing Carpenter Bees; A New Invasive Fruit Pest in West Virginia; Minimize crop losses by using disease forecast

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 1. Issue 3 (Summer 2013) (489.6 KB)

    In This Issue: Meet the IPM Stakeholder Committee; Using Threshold Analysis to Select Your Best Pest Management Options; Tomato diseases are widespread due to wet and humid conditions: ways to minimize the impact; Late Blight of Tomato and Potato; Management of White Grubs in Lawns; Section 18 Approval for Use of Insecticides on Stone and Pome Fruit to Control Stink Bugs; Managing Herbicide Damage in Vegetables

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 1. Issue 4 (Fall 2013) (419.7 KB)

    In This Issue: Meet the IPM Stakeholder Committee; The Benefits of Using Cultural Practices in Your Pest Management Plan; Weed Management in High Tunnel Systems; Re-emerging Catastrophic Disease: Cucurbit Downy Mildew or "Wildfire"; Hemlock Woolly Adelgid: Small Insect, Big Problem; Start Next Year's Garden Prep in the Fall

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 2. Issue 1 (Winter 2014) (483.7 KB)

    In This Issue: Meet the IPM Stakeholder Committee; Impacts of Severe Cold Weather on Pest Management; Hairy Bittercress - A Common Spring Weed; Manage Stored Grain Insect Pests in the Home; Smartphone App Launched for Reporting Invasive Pests; Effects of Cold Temperatures on Trees; Advantages of Certified/Treated Seeds

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 2. Issue 2 (Spring 2014) (697.8 KB)

    In This Issue: Meet the IPM Stakeholder Committee; Tips for More Pest-free Produce; Three Invasive Knotweeds in West Virginia; Managing Tomato Bacterial Wilt; Rescuing Rodent-Damaged Trees; Winter Injury; Mole Control; Slugs – Ugh! Manage Them

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 2. Issue 3 (Summer 2014) (954.5 KB)

    In This Issue: Meet the IPM Stakeholder Committee; Keys to Successful Weed Killer Application; Disease Management for Sweet Corn; Be on the Lookout for Harlequin Bug This Summer; Section 18 Approval for Bifenthrin to Control Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Stone and Pome Fruit; Late Summer Lawn Weed Control; Are Your Plants Hungry?; Vole Control

  • IPM Chronicle Vol 2. Issue 4 (Fall 2014) (881.4 KB)

    In This Issue: Meet the IPM Stakeholder Committee; PAMS Strategy for Controlling Pests: Prevention, Avoidance, Monitoring, and Suppression; Choosing Effective Ways to Get Rid of Insect Pests; Moss Control in Lawns; Is There a Superweed?; Management of Bacterial Spot on Peppers; White-tailed Deer Rub Damage and Control; Fall: Time to Prepare For Next Spring

IPM Updates

  • IPM Newsletter Update: Fall 2012 (352.8 KB)

    Featuring: Autumn's Tree-Leaf Eater: Webworms, Fall Home Invasion: Stink Bug, Summer of 2012: Destructive Diseases, Emerging Small Fruit Disease in West Virginia, Update on Organic Food and Genetically Modified Crops, Fall Cleanup and Preparations for 2013

  • IPM Newsletter Update: Summer 2012 (232 KB)

    Featuring: Factors Determining Insect Problems, News About Insect Control for Fruit Trees, Control of Yellow (Tulip) Poplar Tree Pests, Tomato Early Blight Management, Facts About Early Blight, Herbicide-Resistant Weed Update, Pasture Weed Management, Garden and Lawn Weed Management

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