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"The 2022-2023 Edition of the New England Small Fruit Management Guide is a must-have for anyone managing diseases, insects, and weeds in commercial small fruit crops including strawberry, blueberry, brambles, currants and gooseberries, and grapes.
Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms in natural or controlled marine or freshwater environments.
A manual for IPM Practitioners describes the basic skills needed by a professional pest management specialist. Discussions include monitoring procedures, action thresholds, non-chemical and chemical control procedures, record keeping and management of common pests in the Northeast.
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This guide describes the basic elements of an IPM system, outlines the IPM systems desired in the construction of a new golf course, and how to develop, implement, document, and verify a site specific IPM program.
Best management practices for apple, cole crops, cranberry, field and greenhouse tomato, highbush blueberry, peppers, poinsettia, potato, pumpkin & winter squash, raspberry, strawberry, sweet corn, and wine grape.
Covers nutrient and water management, as well as identifying and controlling pests, diseases and weeds. Includes 77 color photos.
Weeds, insects, diseases, and physiological disorders of vegetables and strawberries in the northeast.