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Raymond A. Cloyd

that there is information pertaining to detection, identification, monitoring, chemical control, biological control, cultural control, host-plant resistance, and integrated pest management (IPM). The authors provide in-depth descriptions of a variety of

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M.L. Stratton

chapter, Insects, Mites, and Other Invertebrates, covers common name, genus and species, damage, description, and seasonal development of each pest, followed by BMP and biological control and cultural control. Some of my favorite photographs are the close

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Cheryl R. Boyer, Janet C. Cole, and Mark E. Payton

Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Plant Dis. 64 854 856 Ningen, S.S. 2003 Chemical and cultural controls of anthracnose on Euonymus fortunei Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK MS thesis. Ningen, S.S. Cole

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Raymond A. Cloyd and Amy L. Raudenbush

management strategy that includes scouting, cultural control, sanitation, physical control, and biological control ( Bielza, 2008 ; Cloyd, 2009b ; Hoy, 1998 ). Certain fungicides have been demonstrated to increase the efficacy of pyrethroid

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Jenny C. Moore and Annette L. Wszelaki

very expensive, method to control nutsedge ( Bangarwa et al., 2010 ). Morales-Payan et al. (1997) and Peerzada (2017) report that mechanical and cultural control of nutsedge through cultivation and other means usually is not economical or realistic

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Sharon M. Tusiime, Gail R. Nonnecke, Dorothy M. Masinde, and Helen H. Jensen

Tumwine, J. 1999 Towards the development of integrated cultural control of tomato late blight ( Phytophthora infestans ) in Uganda. Wageningen Agricultural Univ., Wageningen, Netherlands, PhD Diss Tumwine, J. Frinking, H.D. Jeger, M.J. 2002a Integrating

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Nihat Guner, Luis A. Rivera-Burgos, and Todd C. Wehner

. Cultural controls such as treatment with mineral oil sprays and light-reflective surfaces, and cross-protection with weak ZYMV isolates showed limited effectiveness and required additional input costs. Therefore, genetic resistance remains the simplest

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Ethan T. Parker, J. Scott McElroy, and Michael L. Flessner

pendimethalin) increase and as cultural control methods can be ineffective in cool-season grasses, new herbicides will be needed to ensure future control ( Busey, 2003 ; Callahan, 1986 ; Hart et al., 2004 ; Heap, 2015 ; Mudge et al., 1984 ). Several

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Edward A. Evans, Jonathan Crane, Alan Hodges, and Jason L. Osborne

by tropical storms and phytopthora (root rot due to flooding). Consequently, the amount spent on pest and disease management and cultural controls as an overall percentage of operating costs has been relatively small compared with other fruit crops

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Rebecca M. Koepke-Hill, Gregory R. Armel, William E. Klingeman, Mark A. Halcomb, Jose J. Vargas, and Phillip C. Flanagan

Bradley, K.W. 2000 Characterization of the mechanism of resistance of a johnsongrass ( Sorghum halepense ) biotype to selected graminicides in Virginia and response of mugwort ( Artemisia vulgaris ) to specific herbicidal and cultural control strategies