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Just released and FREE! Southeastern Pest Control Guide for Nursery and Landscape Plants available

Tired of going from state to state sifting through extension publications for the latest pest management recommendations? If this sounds like the start of an info-mercial, you’re right!

A team of University and Extension personnel from around the Southeast has created the 2017 Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape Plantings. Yes, it’s a long title, but it’s a long book available in electronic and pdf versions. The Guide includes sections on Arthropod, Disease, Weed, and Wildlife control in and around nursery and landscape plants. Comprehensive lists of pesticides are listed in tables to help you find information quickly.

This pest control guide was a project of the Southern Nursery IPM Working Group (SNIPM) and collaborators. Other comprehensive integrated pest management (IPM) manuals for trees and shrubs available for download from the SNIPM web site (also don’t miss the new greenhouse pest iBook). The Southeastern US Pest Control Guide for Nursery Crops and Landscape Plantings was funded by a grant from the Southern IPM Center.

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