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Famous Golf Course
employs IPM to reduce costs

The future of golf may lie in its past, where rolling fairways have brown edges that fade into varieties of native plants, not the water-sucking monotony of four-inch Bermuda rough. The native plants are generally less flashy, but easier to maintain in their natural habitat. Read more at http://www.ncsu.edu/features/2014/06/return-of-the-native/

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Famous Golf Course
employs IPM to reduce costs

The future of golf may lie in its past, where rolling fairways have brown edges that fade into varieties of native plants, not the water-sucking monotony of four-inch Bermuda rough. The native plants are generally less flashy, but easier to maintain in their natural habitat. Read more at http://www.ncsu.edu/features/2014/06/return-of-the-native/

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Southern Corn Rust
threatens corn crops in NC

Southern Corn Rust has been found in Lenoir and Wayne counties in eastern North Carolina and farmers need to scout their fields and be prepared to make a fungicide application, according to researchers Dr. Steve Koenning, Plant Pathology Extension Corn Specialist and Dr. Ronnie Heiniger, Crop Science Extension Corn Specialist of North Carolina State University. For more information, and a copy of the publication  Alert: Potential for Southern Rust on Corn in North Carolina read more here.

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Biology and Control
of Aquatic Plants new edition available

Biology and Control of Aquatic Plants is a comprehensive guide on best management practices. Hardcopies of the third edition (2014) can be ordered or downloaded here.

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Stink Bug Management in Cotton

Stink bugs are tearing through cotton that has bolls.  Both plant bugs and especially stink bugs and their damage vary widely across North Carolina, but are generally at much higher levels that we’ve MORE » – from   Cotton

Bee Biodiversity Boosts Blueberry Crop Yields

Research from North Carolina State University shows that blueberries produce more seeds and larger berries if they are visited by more diverse bee species, allowing farmers to harvest significantly more pounds of fruit MORE »

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8th International Integrated Pest Management SymposiumMon Mar 23 - Thu Mar 26, 2015 - ALL DAY Where:
Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown, Salt Lake City, UT
— 8 months away
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