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Section 1: IPM Principles
Pest Management: An Overview for Market Growers.
Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems, University of Wisconsin.
Section 2: Disease Management
Introduction to Plant Pathology and Plant Disease Management.
G. Franc, University of Wyoming.
Disease Management for Organic Crops. S. Koike, et al. University
of California – Davis.
Diseases of Tomato (Fungi). OSU EPP-7625
Diseases of Tomato (Bacteria, Viruses, Nematodes). OSU EPP-7626
Diseases of Tomato (Non-infectious). OSU EPP-7627
Section 3: Insect Pest Management
in Vegetable Gardens. Kansas State University.
Vegetable Garden Insect Pest Control. OSU EPP-7313
Insects. OSU EPP-7307
Section 4: Weed Management
Management on Organic Farms. Finney & Creamer,
Center for Environmental Farming Studies, North Carolina
Steps Toward Organic Weed Control.
Grubinger, V. University of Vermont Extension.
Agents' Handbook of Insect, Plant Disease and Weed Control (p.
61-87 on herbicide application).
(Paid publication; call 405.744.5531 for current pricing information.)
Weeds of Arkansas. University of Arkansas Miscellaneous Publication
(Paid publication; call 501.671.2041 for current pricing information.)
Section 5: Food Safety
Safety Begins on the Farm: A Grower’s Guide.
Section 6: Pesticide Safety
Use of Pesticides in the Home Garden. OSU EPP-745
Pesticide Storage. OSU EPP-7451
Aid for Pesticide Poisoning. OSU EPP-7453
Recordkeeping Requirements for Crop Production. OSU EPP-322
Section 7: Calibration
and Backpack Sprayers for Applying Pesticides. University
of Georgia. ENG97-003
Backpack or ATV Sprayer Calibration. University of
Calibration. p. 54 in Horton, et al. (eds.) 2009
Southeastern Peach, Nectarine, and Plum Pest Management and Culture
Section 8: Miscellaneous
Great Lakes IPM 2009 Catalog
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