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 Chronicle Vol 3. Issue 1 (Winter 2015) (1 MB)
In This Issue: Meet the IPM Stakeholder Committee: Cynthia Huebner; WVU Awarded Part in Mid-Atlantic Region Pest Monitoring Project; Inspect Your Landscape Plants for Bagworms; Starting an IPM Program in Commercial Greenhouses; Management of Brown Rot on Stone Fruit; Look Out for The Invasive Plant Giant Hogweed; Late Winter White-tailed Deer Damage; Blueberry Bud Development and Critical Temperatures for Survival
IPM Chronicle Vol 3. Issue 2 (Spring 2015) (1.2 MB)
In This Issue: Planting trees and shrubs; Selecting and handling nursery trees; Scouting and monitoring in greenhouses and high tunnels; Bacterial canker of tomato; European Starlings; Star-of-Bethlehem A spring weed; Protect your ash trees from emerald ash borer
IPM Chronicle Vol 3. Issue 3 (Summer 2015) (1.2 MB)
In This Issue: Pollinators vital to plant reproduction; Widespread Seiridium canker on Leyland Cypress; Disease management in organic production systems; Protecting your garden from wildlife; Perennial weed control; Tissue sampling for determining fertilizer needs; Decision making based on scouting data; Managing cucumber beetles
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
LATE BLIGHT OF TOMATOES (592.5 KB)
A fact sheet discussing late blight - Phytophthora infestans - one of the most serious fungal diseases that can affect tomatoes and potatoes.
Updated July 2013.
EARLY BLIGHT OF TOMATOES (362.4 KB)
Learn the basics about early blight tomato disease and practical ways to control it.
Updated January 2013.