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2004 - 2005 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
David Parker
Dan Horton
Plum Curculio Host Study PDF
HTML
Suzanne Holmes
Commercial Landscape Pest Management School, Clemson Extension Service, Aiken County PDF HTML
Marion Barnes
Bruce Pinkerton
Steve Meadows
Tommy Walker
Weed Identification and Management in Pastures and Hay Fields PDF HTML
Roger Francis
J. Powell Smith
B. Merle Shepard
IPM Field Day for Small-Scale Cabbage and Collard Production PDF
HTML
Roger Francis
J. Powell Smith
B. Merle Shepard
IPM Guide for Small-Scale Cabbage and Collard Production PDF
HTML
Mike Hood
Gilbert Miller
Integrated Management of the Small Hive Beetle, Aethina tumida Murray PDF
HTML

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IPM and
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Professor of Entomology, Soils & Plant Sciences
IPM and
Sustainable Agriculture
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Clemson, SC 29634-0315
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8/4/2006


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