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2001 - 2002 CUIPM Grants -
Final Reports

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

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PROJECT LEADER(S) MINIGRANT PROJECT Version
Feng Chen,
Patricia A. Zungoli,
Eric Benson
Screening of Natural Insecticides from Tropical Plants Against Fire Ants, Termites and Cockroaches PDF
Birdie Crosby Effectiveness of an Exterior Treatment of Fipronil (Termidor) Termiticide PDF
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Birdie Crosby Retailer's IPM Program PDF
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Greg Henderson Field Guide to Weed Management in Fruit PDF
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Mike Hood A Modified Constructed Honey Bee Hive with an Upper Entrance for the Control of Small Hive Beetles, Aethina tumida, Murray PDF
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Gloria McCutcheon,
B. Merle Shepard,
J. Powell Smith
The Role of Nectar-Producing Plants in Enhancing Parasitism of the Diamondback Moth, Plutella xylostella, by the Parasitoid, Diadegma insulare, in Collards PDF
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Jason Norsworthy,
Charles Curtis
Mix-Seeded Soybean as an Integrated Weed Management Tool in Roundup Ready Soybean PDF
Guido Schnabel,
Gregory Reighard,
Clyde S. Gorsuch
Developing IPM Strategies for Pesticide Reduction and Increased Production Efficiency for Peaches in South Carolina PDF
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Merle Shepard,
James Rushing,
Richard Hassell,
Anthony Keinath
Management of Pests on Medicinal Plants and Influence of Pest Damage on Active Principle PDF
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Ellen Strother,
Sam Cheatham,
Andy Rollins
Pest Resistant Roses and Herbaceous Perennials for South Carolina Landscapes PDF
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Greg K. Yarrow Technniques for Reducing Deer and Other Wildlife Damage to Agricultural Crops, Gardens and Ornamental Plants PDF
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8/4/2006


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