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Maria E. Cramer, Kathleen Demchak, Richard Marini, and Tracy Leskey

incomplete development of biocontrols, suggest a need for new integrated pest management (IPM) techniques for Japanese beetle management. A key step in developing IPM strategies is understanding the biology and behavior of the target pest. Japanese beetles

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Neil S. Mattson, Elizabeth M. Lamb, Brian Eshenaur, and John Sanderson

greenhouse insects and diseases from living specimens, or being able to practice water and media sample testing. In response, our team developed a hands-on workshop model for educational sessions that we termed Integrated Pest Management In-Depth. The

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George F. Czapar, Marc P. Curry, and Raymond A. Cloyd

provided any employee training related to pesticide use ( Czapar et al., 1998 ). If training was provided, it focused on pesticide selection, while integrated pest management (IPM) concepts were seldom included. However, retail store employees appear

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Emma C. Lookabaugh, Brian Whipker, and Barbara B. Shew

to pythium root rot, these results emphasize the need for integrated pest management strategies that combine cultural practices, host resistance, and fungicides to maximize disease control. Units Literature cited Bates, G.D. Rothrock, C.S. Rupe, J

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Carlos R. Quesada and Clifford S. Sadof

) in integrated pest management (IPM) programs because of their short-term residual toxicity ( Gill and Raupp, 1989 ; Miller, 1989 ; Miller and Davidson, 2005 ; Raupp et al., 2001 ; Sadof and Sclar, 2000 ). Horticultural oil blocks the spiracles

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Wenjing Guan, Xin Zhao, Richard Hassell, and Judy Thies

-knot nematodes in the Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae. Interest in vegetable grafting has recently grown in the United States as an alternative to soil fumigants and as an integrated pest management practice in various crop production systems ( Kubota et al., 2008

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Alan W. Hodges, Charles R. Hall, Bridget K. Behe, and Jennifer H. Dennis

so on), sources of irrigation water and application methods, adoption of integrated pest management practices, and the prevalence of native plants in nursery product portfolios. These practices were of particular interest given the recent emphasis on

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Liming Chen, Heping Zhu, Leona Horst, Matthew Wallhead, Michael Reding, and Amy Fulcher

In commercial fruit farms and ornamental tree nurseries, producers generally use integrated pest management tactics, including pesticide treatments, to control a variety of insect and plant disease pests ( Beckerman, 2018 ; Braman et al., 2015

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Travis W. Gannon, Matthew D. Jeffries, James T. Brosnan, Gregory K. Breeden, Kevin A. Tucker, and Gerald M. Henry

., 2001 ). To date, minimal information has been published regarding effects of mowing height on crabgrass cover in warm-season turfgrass species such as common bermudagrass ( Cynodon dactylon L.) ( Callahan, 1978 ; Hoyle et al., 2014 ). Integrated pest

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Craig M. Hardner, Marisa Wall, and Alyssa Cho

), Sigastus , Scirothrips , green vegetable bug ( Nezara viridula ), Vitellus , Leptocoris ] (R. Huwer et al., personal communication). Although strategies have been developed to manage individual pests, a new fully integrated pest management program to