Deep Zone Tillage Posters 2010 Dec 2010
Case Study II: Deep Zone-Tillage (DZT) Nov 2010
Deep Zone Tillage Growers/Educators/Equipment Dealers in New England June 2010
Survey Results: Growers Very Happy with Deep Zone Tillage! June 2010
Managing Phytophthora Blight (Phytophthora capsici): Chemicals or Alternatives? June 2010
Case Study I: Deep Zone-Tillage (DZT) Dec 2009
Drubbing Grubs, Naturally (Turf Trends.pdf) Nov 2009
Greenhouse & High Tunnel Tomato
Whodunit!? White Grub hands-on identification workshop October 4, 2009
Deep Zone Tillage/Vertical Tillage Articles Added to Vegetable IPM March 2009
Pest Management for Retail Greenhouses and Garden Centers revised January 2009
Beetle Farmer News Jsnuary 2009
Federal and Connecticut Incentives for Greenhouse Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy Nov 2008
IPM Training & Incentives for Growers - NRCS EQIP program Oct 2008
The Spring Tiphia: A Natural Enemy of the Japanese Beetle Oct 2008
Soil Health and Deep Zone-Tillage Vegetable IPM August 2008
IPM Curriculum for Connecticut Schools - In the News July 2008
Using Growing Degree Days for Insect Management - from UNH Cooperative Extension June 2008
Beetle Farmer 2008 Slide Show
An alternate, printable view is provided in Adobe Reader format (7 mb .pdf)
Watch a video
presentation about Biological Control of Purple Loosestrife
(38 min.-Windows Media Player required)
Biological Control of Two-Spotted Spider Mites Jan 2008
Biological Control of Western Flower Thrips Jan 2008
New Educational Opportunity 2008 Perennial Plant Conference - March 2008
For All Connecticut Growers - Growing Degree Days Accumulation 2007 for Connecticut Locations Nov 2007
Starting a Biological Control Program for Greenhouse Insect and Mite Pests Nov 2007
New Pest Concern in New England: Chrysanthemum White Rust Sept. 2007
New Greenhouse IPM Biological Control Fact Sheets: Fact Sheet 1: Biological Control of Fungus Gnats Sept 2007
Biological Control of White Grubs Sept. 2007 The Spring Tiphia: A Natural Enemy of the Japanese Beetle (Adobe Reader 134kb)
Easter Lily Schedule 2008 (Greenhouse IPM) Sept 2007
Pest Management for Herb Bedding Plants Grown in the Greenhouse updated June 2007
The Weekly Vegetable Pest Message is online for the 2007 growing season June 2007
Powdery Mildew in Greenhouses June 2007
New Pest Concern in New England: Swede Midge June 2007
Purple Loosestrife Plant Identification May 10, 2007
Beetle Farmer 2007 Slide Show (Powerpoint presentation) May 2007
Download our new brochure IPM Program Highlights February 2007
Herb Bedding Plants Tables December 2006
Managing Algae in the Greenhouse October 2006
Easter Lily Schedule 2007 October 2006
Greenhouse Weed Control October 2006
Beetle Farmer 2006 Slide Show (Powerpoint presentation) April 2006
2006 Beetle Farmer Workshop Schedule Mar. 2006
Pest Management for Retail Greenhouses and Garden Centers requires Adobe Reader January 2006
IPM for GRAPES Jan. 2006
Beetle Farmer Summary 2005 Oct. 2005
Become A Beetle Farmer! poster now available online Adobe .pdf Sept. 2005
Greenhouse Management & Engineering Fact Sheets September 2005
Managing Slugs in the Greenhouse September 2005
January 2005 Pest Management forVegetable Bedding Plants --
February 2005 Pest Management for Vegetable Bedding Plants Tables
Vegetable IPM Fact Sheets: January 2005Sucking Insects: Aphids & Potato Leafhopper January 2005
Tables January 2005 Pest Management for Herb Bedding Plants Grown in the Greenhouse.Non- infectious plant disorder -- Edema (Oedema) January 2005
UConn is sponsoring a 2005 Garden Conference of interest to garden enthusiasts.
Come to UConn's Perennial Plant Conference, March 9, 2005. Information now available on our website.
Managing Algae in the Greenhouse October 2004
The University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension is offering IPM for Herbaceous Perennials! October 2004
August 2004 Integrated Pest Management for Perennials updated fact sheet & images!Mark your calendar for the New England Greenhouse Conference, which will be held from October 18 to October 20th at the Centrum Center in Worcester, MA. The conference will feature a 3-day school on Herbaceous Perennials.
June 2002 Control of White Grubs and Controlling Insects and Other Common Pests of Lawns
New images in Greenhouse IPM for Using Yellow Sticky Cards to Monitor for Insects June 2004Plectosporium Blight: A New Destructive Disease of Pumpkins and Summer Squash in New England Apr 2004 Reduce Air Pollution From Your Heating System Greenhouse IPM January 2004
Bacterial Diseases on GeraniumJanuary 2004
Homegrown Beetles: Backyard Biocontrol January 2004
Integrated Pest Management January 2004 Understanding IPM Basics (in Vegetable IPM)
Scouting and Decision Making August 2003 - ICM for Greenhouse Crops
Some Virus Diseases of Greenhouse Crops August 2003
Downy Mildew - Greenhouse IPM Fact Sheet August 2003
Managing Mealybugs in the Greenhouse August 2003The Safety of DEET
2003-2004 New England Small Fruit Pest Management Guide is now available online.
Read our new articles on Perimeter Trap Cropping in the Vegetable IPM section.
March 2003 The 2003-2004 New England Apple Pest Management Guide (NEAPMG) is now available in an Adobe Acrobat PDF version on the web at the UMass Fruit Advisor web site.
February 2003 Purple Loosestrife brochure and posters. Files are presented in Adobe Reader format or in HTML (no plug-ins needed). See the Biological Control page.
February 2003 USDA National Pest Alert - West Nile Virus
Pest Identification - Weeds.
Study online flashcards of common weeds found in lawns and gardens, then take the Weed Identification multiple-choice quiz.
Pest Identification - Invasive Plant Species.
Study online flashcards of non-native plant species that are taking over the habitats of native species. When you have learned to identify them using the flashcards, take the Invasive Plants Identification multiple-choice quiz.
2003-2004 version of New England Greenhouse Floriculture Guide: A Management Guide for Insects, Diseases, Weeds and Growth Regulators
Greenhouse Weed Control September 2002
Good Agricultural Practices for Health & Hygiene. Articles for the produce grower from the New England Extension Food Safety Consortium.
July 2002 Powdery Mildew in Greenhouses
National Pest Alert- West Nile Virus in North America
A USDA Regional Pest Management Center brochure--Adobe .pdf file
Not All Alien Invaders Are From Outer Space (Information from the U.S. Department of Agriculture APHIS website in the form of factsheets in card format for newly invasive plants, insects and animals. The files are in Adobe Portable Document format (.pdf files) and require Adobe Reader)
Yankee Grower now available online -- The Yankee Grower is a bimonthly newsletter for the horticulture industry. It replaces several former newsletters (The Grower, Fruit Newsletter, Connecticut Greenhouse Newsletter, Yankee Nursery Quarterly).
Check out our newest online homestudy course: Beasts BEGONE! A Practioner's Guide to IPM in Buildings.
Looking for agricultural publications? Check the College of Agriculture's Online Store.
Vegetable Pest Message will be back online next growing season.
IPM for your Home. Booklets from Cornell University to view or download
Check Those Plants for Unwanted Pests --A new article for nurserymen
New Greenhouse article: Using Indicator Plants to Detect Tospoviruses
What is IPM? online course available. Also, now there is no requirement to register for the IPM online courses. No usernames and passwords needed.
Greenhouses for Homeowners and Gardeners new manual available now
Comparison of Herbicides, Fabric Discs and Mulches for Preventing Weeds in Nursery Containers slide presentation
Northeast Pepper Integrated Pest Management Manual available now
Pest Management for Vegetable Bedding Plants in our Greenhouse IPM section
Greenhouse Weed Control
Connecticut's Mosquito Management Program - links to important West Nile Virus and mosquito control information.
Summary: Pepper Integrated Pest Management Options A comprehensive guide to managing insects, weeds and diseases of peppers in Connecticut.
Control of White Grubs UConn article-specific to Connecticut turfgrass
Try our IPM crossword puzzle, just for fun!
New articles for Integrated Pest Management for Schools
New, stronger search capabilities. Search the IPM site, the College of Agriculture site or the entire web.
Online, self-paced, homestudy courses for Home and Grounds IPM. Try them
Selected articles from Proceedings of New England Vegetable & Berry Growers Conference
New, updated Western Flower Thrips Horticulture Fact Sheet #52
More Vegetable IPM articles....cole crop diseases and squash vine borer control
IPM for Cut Flower Growers
Cooperative Extension Home & Garden Education Center Diagnostic Sheets
The Food Quality Protection Act and the Green Industry
An explanation of how a food safety law may impact pest management on ornamental plants
UConn's Sweet Corn IPM Action Thresholds
Purple Loosestrife Field Report Form online -- Have you seen this invasive plant somewhere in Connecticut? Tell us where using our email report form.
1998 IPM Report to the Legislature Online -- The complete 1998 annual report of the UConn Integrated Pest Management program can be viewed or downloaded using Acrobat Reader.Purple Loosestrife pamphlets and posters -- Downloadable posters and a pamphlet about purple loosestrife. Files are presented in Adobe Reader format or in HTML (no plug-ins needed). See the Biological Control page.
Greenhouse IPM Scouting Forms presented in Adobe Reader format. See the Greenhouse IPM page.
Email Online Ordering of IPM Publications -- You can now order IPM publications from the UConn Cooperative Extension Publications office by email or online. If the publication you want isn't listed, you can email the store for more information.Search feature.... We have search options. From our search page you can search the entire internet using many of the major search engines. Searching using the Dogpile option performs your search on 17 different search engines at once. Why not bookmark this page and use it whenever you want to search the web.
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