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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Integrated Pest Management for Greenhouse Crops (Summary)

Integrated Pest Management for Greenhouse Crops


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By Lane Greer and Steve Diver

Published 1999

Updated 1999

© NCAT

IP144

34 pages


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Introduction

This publication covers IPM for greenhouse crops, both vegetable and ornamental. Monitoring, sanitation, biological controls, biorational pesticides, insect growth regulators, and disease control methods are discussed. Tables include information on the newest biorational pesticides and biological control organisms.

Table of Contents

General Greenhouse IPM
Greenhouse Insect and Mice Control
Crop Scouting and Trapping
Sanitation
Screening
Biological Control
Insect Growth Regulators
Biorational Pesticides
Greenhouse Disease Control
References
Resources
Biological Control Suppliers
Appendix I: Monitoring and Scouting Techniques
Appendix II: Beneficial Organisms
Appendix III: Biorational Pesticides

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