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2006 - 2007 CUIPM Grants -
Final Reports

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

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Jeremy Greene

Assessment of Cotton IPM Practices for Aphids, Tarnished Plant Bug and Stink Bug for Bollgard II Cotton

PDF Report
Guido Schnabel

An animated movie to explain the principle of the ‘unearthed root collar’ training system for extension education in management of Armillaria root rot on peaches

PDF Report
Guido Schnabel

Development of a rapid method to monitor fungicide sensitivity in Monilinia fructicola populations

PDF Report
Guido Schnabel Development of an Integrated Management Program for Armillaria Root Rot (ARR) Disease of Stone Fruit PDF Report
Elena A. Mikhailova

Alternative to Herbicides for controlling Kudzu in riparian zones and other high risk areas

PPT Poster Report

Pawel J. Wiatrak Develop and update extension publications for corn and soybean insect and disease management. PDF Report
Pawel J. Wiatrak

Demonstration of soybean cultural practices including planting date, plant population, and row spacing on soybean production and weed management

PDF Report
P.A. Zungoli

Increasing Awareness and Management Strategies for
Pachycondyla chinensis, a Medically-Important Invasive Ant

PDF Report
Francis Reay-Jones

Pest and Beneficial Sampling & Impact of Herbivore Injury on a Biofuel Crop in South Carolina

PDF Report

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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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