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2002 - 2003 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
Roger Francis
B. Merle Shepard
Developing a Cabbage Scouting Program for Limited Resource Farmers PDF
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Jim Frederick
William Bowerman
Evaluation of New Weed-Control Strategies on Northern Bobwhite Quail Habitat and Mortality PDF
Libby Hoyle
Bob McAnally
Communicating IPM Messages to Consumers via State-wide Radio PDF
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Jason Norsworthy
James Frederick
Integrated Weed Management Strategies as Alternatives to Atrazine PDF
Jason Norsworthy
Tony Keinath
Sensitivity of Vegetable Crops, Weeds, and a Soilborn Pathogen to Wild Radish PDF
David Parker Pest of the Week PDF
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David Parker Western Flower Thrips In Strawberries PDF
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Guido Schnabel
Desmond Layne
Biological Control of Oak Root Rot PDF
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Horace D. Skipper
James R. Frederick
Jason Norsworthy
Ronald R. Walcott
Acidovorax avenae: Causal Agent for Soybean Yield Decline in South Carolina PDF
Leslee D. Spivey
David Gunter
Warren Kellahan
Regina Nesmith
Reducing Pest for D'HEC of It PDF
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Leslee D. Spivey
Bea Powell
Tavia Harris
Serve it Best, Free from Pest PDF
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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 PDF
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