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2000 - 2001 CUIPM Grants -
Final Reports

The following final reports were provided by the principal investigators on the minigrants.



Potential Benefits of Using Biological Controls for Managing Root Diseases in Commercial Floriculture Production Mark J. Arena
A Survey of Producers on Prospects for Genetic Control of Cotton Pests Thomas M. Brown
Beef Cattle Management in South Carolina: An IPM Approach Carroll Culbertson
DNA Based Identification Techniques Aid in Development of an IPM System for Root-knot Nematode Control on Tobacco Bruce A. Fortnum
Biological Control of Diamondback Moth in Cabbage Production Roger Francis
Increasing Consumer Awareness of IPM Elizabeth Hoyle
South Carolina Melcast 2001 Anthony P. Keinath
Tobacco Pest Management Scouting Manual Donald G. Manley
Improving Soybean Awareness, Thresholds and Management Utilizing GPS and Precision Agriculture John D. Mueller
Field Demonstration of Insect Spray Thresholds for Bollgard II Cotton in the Savannah Valley Tommy Walker
Demonstration and Evaluation of Tilapia in the Control of Filamentous Algae, Duckweed and Watermeal in Irrigation Ponds Jack M. Whetstone

Questions or comments:
Amy Nichols
Associate Coordinator
IPM and
Sustainable Agriculture

Dr. Geoffrey Zehnder
Professor of Entomology, Soils & Plant Sciences
IPM and
Sustainable Agriculture
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