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CUIPM Grant Awards

FY 2006 - 2007 Grant Awards
FY 2006 - 2007 Grant Awards
FY 2004 - 2005 Grant Awards
FY 2003 - 2004 Grant Awards
FY 2002 - 2003 Grant Awards
FY 2001 - 2002 Grant Awards
FY 2000 - 2001 Grant Awards

FY 2007 - 2008 Grant Awards

Project Leaders

Title

Award Amount

Suzanne Holmes

Commercial Landscape Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Safety School

$2,450

Roger Francis

Integrated Pest Management  For Organic Vegetable Growers

$2,350

Susan Duckett

Evaluation of alternate forages to control gastrointestinal nematode infection and FAMACHA training for SC small ruminant producers

$3,000

George Kessler

Cogongrass: We need to eliminate it and keep it out of South Carolina

$3,300

Guido Schnabel

Field evaluation of the lipbalm tube method to assess fungicide sensitivity in Monilinia fructicola

$3,450

Guido Schnabel

Development of an Integrated Management Program for Armillaria Root Rot (ARR) Disease of Stone Fruit

$2,000

Jeremy Greene

Participation in Multi-State Development of Pest Management Strategic Plan for Cotton

$2,000

Pat Zungoli

Workshops for County Extension
Agents on Identification and Management Strategies For Household and Structural Pests

$2,455

Pawel Wiatrak

Develop and update extension publications for corn and soybean insect and disease management.

$2,500

Cory Tanner

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Training for South Carolina Master Gardeners.

$2,500

Total Funds Allocated

 

$26,005



FY 2006 - 2007 Grant Awards
Project Leader(s) Title Award Amount
Pat Zungoli Increasing awareness and Management Strategies for Pachycondyla Chinensis $5,614
Guido Schnabel Development of an Integrated Management Program for Armillaria Root Rot $4,800
Charles Davis Asess Cotton IPM Practices for Aphids, TPB and SB for Bollgard II Cotton $7,530
Guido Schnabel Development of Rapid Method to Monitor Fungicide Sensitivity to Monilinia Fructicola Populations $5,000
David Guynn An Alternative to Herbicides for Controlling Kudzu in Riparian Zones and Other High Risk Areas $7,225
Pawel Wiatrak Demonstration of Planting Date, PLant Populations and Row Spacing Studies on Soybean and Weeds $5,000
Pawel Wiatrak Extension Publications for Corn and Soybean Disease Management $3,800
Francis Reay-Jones Pest and Beneficial Insect Sampling and Impact of Herbivore Injury on a Biofuel Crop in South Carolina $9,600
Guido Schnabel Production of an Animated Movie to Explain the Principle of the 'Unearthed Root Collar' Training System for Extension Education $3,840
Total Funds Allocated $52,409



FY 2004 - 2005 Grant Awards
Project Leader(s) Title Award Amount
Mike Hood* Integrated Management of the Small Hive Beetle Aethina tumida Murray $2,892
Mike Sullivan, Sam G. Turnipseed, Dan Robinson, Tommy Walker Assess the Benefits of Times Oversprays for Piercing-Sucking Insect Control, Square Retention, and Yield in Early and late Maturing Bollgard Cotton in the Savannah Valley of South Carolina $11,260
Larry Nelson An Alternative to Herbicides for Controlling Kudzu in Riparian Zones and Other High Risk Areas $6,810
Suzanne B. Holmes Commercial Landscape Integrated Pest Management School $2,500
Roger L. Francis* Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Field Guide for Small-Scale Cabbage and Collard Production $2,500
Roger L. Francis* Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Field Day for Small-Scale Cabbage and Collard Growers $2,900
David Parker* Plum Curculio Host Study $1,500
Rolando Lopez, Merle Shepard Medicinal Plants: Organic Production and Pest Management $2,700
Marion Barnes, Tommy Walker, Bruce Pinkerton, Steve Meadows Weed Identification and Management in pastures and Hay Fields: A Training for Selected Extension Field Agents $3,750
Total Funds Allocated $36,812
* Denotes a continuation project.



FY 2003 - 2004 Grant Awards
Project Leader(s) Title Award Amount
Mike Hood Integrated Management of the Small Hive Beetle Aethina tumida Murray $2,300
Jack Queener Revise, Print and Distribute the Carolina Yards and Neighborhoods Interactive CD Tutorial $5,000
William A. Watson, William G. Henderson Peach Producers School for Integrated Pest Management $4,250
Suzanne B. Holmes, William A. Watson Commercial Horticulture Integrated Pest Management School $4,000
Roger L. Francis Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Field Guide for Small-Scale Cabbage and Collard Production $2,500
Roger L. Francis Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Field Days for Small-Scale Cabbage and Collard Growers $3,000
J. Tommy Walker, Joe Varn, Sam G. Turnipseed, Mike Sullivan Evaluation of Trap Crops to Reduce Organophosphate Sprays Against Sucking Bugs in Bollgard II Cotton Varieties $5,000
Jim Frederick, William Bowerman* Assessment of New Weed Control Systems on Bobwhite Quail Habitat and Mortality-Year 2 $5,000
Dale E. Linvill, Phil Brannon, Dan Horton* User-friendly Interfaces to Weather Information for IPM Applications in Fruit Production $4,600
Karissa Ulmer, Roy Hollingsworth Clemson Extension...Hand-On Business Allandale, SC $2,500
Leslee D. Spivey, David Gunter, Lana Tietjen Reducing Pest for Food Safety $3,500
Jean A. Bertrand Alternative Anthelmintic Agents for Organic Dairy Farms $4,000
Donald G. Manley, Warren J. Busscher* Effects of Varying Cropping Practices on Distribution and Mound Size of the Red Imported Fire Ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) $1,500
David Parker Plum Curculio Host Study $1,500
Total Funds Allocated $48,650
* Denotes a continuation project.



FY 2002 - 2003 Grant Awards
Project Leader(s) Title Award Amount
Guido Schnabel, Desmond Layne* Biological Control of Oak Root Rot with Trichoderma harzianum and Non-pathogenic Armillaria Species $7,500
William Bowerman, Jim Frederick Assessment of Conservation and Traditional Tillage Systems on Weed and Insect Populations and Quail Reproduction Success $6,500
Jason Norsworthy, Tony Keinath Sensitivity of Vegetable Crops, Weeds, and a Soilborne Pathogen to Wild Radish $4,975
Jason Norsworthy, James Frederick, Chris Robinson, Edwin Dargan* Integrated Weed Management Strategies as Alternatives to Atrazine $9,000
Horace Skipper, James Frederick, Jason Norsworthy Acidovorax avenae: Causal Agent for Soybean Yield Decline in South Carolina $3,000
Libby Hoyle, Bob McAnally Communicating IPM Messages to Consumers Via State-wide Radio $2,696
Roger Francis, Merle Shepard* Developing a Cabbage IPM Program for Limited Resource Farmers $4,600
Leslee D. Spivey, David Gunter, Warren Kellahan, Regina Nesmith Reducing Pest for D'HEC of It $4,500
Dale Linvill, Guido Schnabel, Phil Brannon* User-friendly Interfaces to the Bacterial Spot Spray Advisory and Other Computer Programs that Use Weather Information $5,400
David Parker* Pest of the Week $1,000
Tommy Walker, Mike Sullivan, S.G. Turnipseed, Dan Robinson, Amy Gibson Demonstrate Insect Best Management Practices for the Use of Bollgard II Cotton Below the Lakes in South Carolina $9,430
David Parker* Western Flower Thrips in Strawberries $2,500
Donald Manley, Warren Busscher* Effects of Varying Cropping Practices on Distribution and Mound Size of the Red Imported Fire Ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) $2,500
Leslee D. Spivey, Bea Powell, Tavia Harris Serve It Best, Free from Pest $1,050
Total Funds Allocated $64,651
* Denotes a continuation project.



FY 2001 - 2002 Grant Awards
Project Leader(s) Title Award Amount
Merle Shepard, R. Duncan, J. Rushing, H. Durant, R. Dufault, R. Hassell, G. McCutcheon, T. Keinath* Management of Pests on Medicinal Plants and Influence of Pest Damage on Active Principle $12,000
Ed Murdock, J. Toler, R. Graham Integration of Crop Competition, Mechanical Tillage, and Preemergence Herbicides for Weed Management in Sunflowers $7,056
Roger Francis, M. Shepard Developing a Cabbage IPM Program for Limited Resource Farmers $5,300
Don Manley, W. Busscher Effects of Varying Cropping Practices on Distribution and Mound Size of the Red Imported Fire Ant, Solenopsis invicta, Buren $5,000
Birdie Crosby IPM Retail $647
Birdie Crosby, E. Benson, Z. James, S. Jefferies* Effectiveness of an Exterior Treatment of Fipronil (Termidor) Termiticide $1,905
Greg Henderson, W. Mitchem, D. Monks, D. Layne, D. Parker, P. Smith Field Guide to Weed Management in Fruit $4,000
Greg Yarrow, C. Cummings, B. Kittrell, T. Melton, S. Stokes Techniques for Reducing Deer and Other Wildlife Damage to Agricultural Crops, Gardens and Ornamental Plants $10,000
David Parker* Pest of the Week $1,000
David Parker Western Flower Thrips in Strawberries $3,500
Feng Chen, P. Zungoli, E. Benson Screening of Natural Insecticides from Tropical Plants Against Fire Ants, Termites and Cockroaches $8,000
Ellen Strother, S. Cheatham, A. Rollins* Rest Resistant Roses and Herbaceous Perennials for South Carolina Landscapes $2,380
Jason Norsworthy, J. Frederick, C. Robinson, E. Dargan Integrated Weed Management Strategies as Alternatives to Atrazine $7,750
Jason Norsworthy, C. Curtis* Mix-Seeded Soybean as an Integated Weed Management Tool in Roundup Ready Soybean $4,700
Dale Linvill, Guido Schnabel, Phil Brannen User-Friendly Interfaces to the Bacterial Spot Spray Advisory and Other Computer Programs That Use Weather Information $5,000
Mike Hood, G. Miller* A Modified Constructed Honeybee Hive With an Upper Entrance for the Control of Small Hive Beetles $2,030
Gloria McCutcheon, M. Shepard, P. Smith* The Role of Nectar-Producing Plants in Enhancing Parasitism of the Diamondback Moth, Plutella xylostella, by the Parasitoid, Diadegma insulare, in Collards $5,990
Guido Schnabel, D. Layne Biological Control of Oak Root Rot and Nematodes with Trichoderma harzianum $10,000
Guido Schnabel, G. Reighard and C. Gorsuch* Developing IPM strategies for Pesticide Reduction and Increased Production Efficiency for Peaches in South Carolina $9,625
Total Funds Allocated $105,883
* Denotes a continuation project.



FY 2000 - 2001 Grant Awards
Project Leader(s) Title Award Amount
Roger L. Francis* Biological control of diamondback moth in cabbage production $1,550
Jason Norsworthy and Charles Curtis Soybean as an integrated weed management tool in Roundup ready soybean $7,000
Don Manley, B. Fortnum and D. Gooden Tobacco pest management scouting manual $2,000
Birdie Crosby Effectiveness of an exterior treatment of fipronil (Termidor) termiticide $1,905
Merle Shepard, R. Duncan, J. Rushing, H. Durant, R. Dufault, R. Hassell, G. McCutcheon and T. Keinath Management of pests on medicinal plants and influence of pest damage on active principle $10,000
Ed Murdock* and P.J. Bauer Maximization of crop competition in Roundup ready soybeans $2,100
Caroll Culbertson IPM beef cattle management calendar (update) $6,000
Tony Keinath South Carolina Medcast 2001 $7,275
Ellen Strother*, S. Cheatham and A. Rollins Pest resistant roses and herbaceous perennials for South Carolina landscapes $4,500
Jack Whetstone Demonstration and evaluation of tilapia for control of filamentous algae, duckweed and watermeal in irrigation ponds $2,665
John Mueller, J. Norsworthy and A. Khalilian Improving soybean nematode awareness, thresholds and management utilizing GPS and precision agriculture $7,360
Mark Arena and S. Jeffers The potential benefits of using biological control for managing root diseases in commercial floriculture crop production $5,365
Mike Hood* A modified constructed honeybee hive with an upper entrance for the control of small hive beetles $3,210
Tom Brown and J.T. Walker Survey on genetic insect control $700
Guido Schnabel, G. Reighard and C. Gorsuch Developing IPM strategies for pesticide reduction and increased production efficiency for peaches in South Carolina $9,865
Bruce Fortnam, S. Lewis, D. Sui, A. Johnson, D. Gooden, B. Johnson, C. Munnerlyn and J. Scott DNA based identification techniques aid in development of an IPM system $10,240
Libby Hoyle and G. Zehnder Increasing consumer awareness of IPM $2,000
Gloria McCutcheon The role of nectar-producing plants in enhancing parasitism of the diamondback moth $10,045
Tommy Walker, M. Sullivan and S. Turnipseed Field demonstration of insect spray thresholds for Bollgard II cotton in the Savannah Valley $5,000
David Parker* Pest of the week $1,000
Total Funds Allocated $99,780
* denotes a continuation project.

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